Italian sausage is a hugely versatile ingredient. You can use it in breakfasts, lunches, and dinners—and with the right recipe, you can even make your own! Check out some of these paleo Italian sausage recipes and make your family smile. Read more
Everyone loves fudge. But typically, fudge is a concoction made from corn syrup, artificial ingredients, and way too much white sugar. Fortunately, some of the healthiest paleo sweet ingredients, like coconut oil, nut butters, and cacao, have the perfect properties necessary to make chewy and melty delicious fudge that satisfies your sweet tooth. Read more
Where I used to live, there was a Venezuelan food cart that sold empanadas, and my favorite one was a green plantain and roasted garlic empanada. That one was to DIE for, let me tell you. I don’t live in that city anymore, and that empanada wasn’t paleo anyway, so I’ve been needing to fill that hole in my life. It’s a good thing I’ve found all of these paleo empanada recipes to help me out!
Scotch eggs aren’t really Scottish; but they are a great Paleo dish! A soft or hard boiled egg, encased in pork, flavored with herbs, and given an outside coating of crispy bacon bits, they can be served warm or chilled and are totally packed with protein. Serve with veggies to make a full meal or an assortment of pickles and mustard for a snack or appetizer. Read more
Looking for a light but filling meal, packed with flavor and protein? These Thai turkey meatballs are a real palate pleaser – especially if you love Asian flavors and a little bit of spice. They cook up in no time and are great hot out of the oven or chilled out of the fridge the day after. Read more
It’s still warm out, but as we’re heading into the fall I’m starting to think about some of my favorite warm and filling fall dishes. This curry chicken is a great one because it’s packed with flavor and pretty easy to make. And it just so happens that leftovers are great chilled with a salad the next day, so, truth be told, this is a pretty great recipe year round. Read more
Whether you call it hot cereal or porridge, the concept is the same—it’s hot, it’s creamy, it’s delicious, and it fills you up in the morning. So try this paleo hot cereal recipes with no grains or dairy!
Looking for some recipes you can serve for Passover or Rosh Hashanah? Trying to recreate your Bubbe’s famous recipes, paleo-style? These fantastic recipes will be able to help you out. From latkes and chicken soup to matzo, honey cake, and Hamantaschen cookies, we’ve got you covered.
Combine honeydew with other melons, with meats like prosciutto and pork chops, and seasonings like curry and cardamom. If you’re a honeydew skeptic, I encourage you to let some of these recipes convert you from your anti-melon ways. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a nice cucumber melon cocktail or a honeydew tomato salad with cumin and pine nuts? Nobody, that’s who!