Fruit salad can be an excellent, paleo-friendly way to satisfy your sweet tooth without going sugar crazy. Fruit is naturally sweet, and there are so many ways you can dress it and combine the flavors. Try some of these! Read more
One thing many paleo eaters crave at some point in time is a nice, soft, fluffy, slightly chewy dinner roll. The tricky thing here is texture, which means there’s a blurry line between biscuits and rolls. But all of these paleo roll recipes are delicious, and you’re sure to find one that works for your needs! Read more
Halibut, with its tender flake and mild flavor, is such a versatile fish. Check out these halibut recipes with fruit salsas, vinaigrettes, vegetables, and more! Somebody’s having seafood for dinner tonight. Read more
Everyone loves flatbread—it’s a breakfast, a snack, a pizza crust, and so much more. Check out these amazing paleo flatbread recipes, including both sweet and savory versions.
Eggs benedict is a delectable breakfast fit for royalty with its rich and silky Hollandaise sauce, perfectly poached eggs, and biscuits (or not biscuits!) While it’s often reserved for special indulgent occasions, you can make a healthier eggs benedict paleo-style with any of the recipes below, many with extra healthy veggies included. Try asparagus benedict, or eggs benedict made with fried green tomatoes, or a beautiful avocado Hollandaise. Or waffles benedict with blackberry jam!
Guava is a unique tropical fruit that imparts slightly different flavors depending on how ripe it is (the closer to red the fruit is, the sweeter it will be). Fresh guavas can be hard to come by in some parts of the world, but most of us can at least find guava paste, nectar, or juice and international grocery stores. Some of these paleo recipes use fresh guavas, while others use paste or juice—go ahead and find one you can enjoy!
I haven’t bought jam in years because it’s so easy to make at home. Try any of these paleo jam recipes, including chia jams, and be amazed at your homemade goodness skills! Read more
Dill is most commonly associated with pickles, but it’s also fantastic with salmon, potato salads, veggie dishes, salads, and more! Check out some of these paleo recipes and be herb-inspired.
While we think of honey as a sweets-related thing, this list of paleo honey-sweetened recipe is reflective of the paleo attitude toward eating: focus on healthy, whole foods with only occasional, paleo-friendly treats. You’ll find lots of savory recipes here as well as healthy treats! Want some honey-sweetened muffins or bread? You got it. Baked fruit? You got it. But you’ve also got delicious honey-garlic chicken, kabobs, and more. Honey will become your new favorite ingredient. Read more