Paleo Diet Recipes
Paleo Grubs is proud to present some of the best Paleo Diet recipes from around the web, as well as from our own Paleo chefs. Discover. Learn. Enjoy!
When you’re looking to put a specific ingredient to use, look no further than our most popular recipes by ingredient. Pick your protein or go vegetarian, either way you’re close to a great meal.
Eggplant Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles– It’s no surprise that our eggplant bolognese is a fan favorite. It’s made with beef in addition to the eggplant, and rests on a bed of zucchini noodles so you end up feeling light and energetic rather than stuffed and bloated.
Melt In Your Mouth Slow Cooker Beef Brisket– Our slow cooker beef brisket is a bona fide crowd pleaser, and is the perfect dish to cook up as a weeknight meal or as part of a potluck. The best part is how easy it is to make, with the Crock Pot doing most of the work and you enjoying the results.
Addictive & Healthy Paleo Nachos– Eat at your own risk! Our Paleo nachos always result in a clean plate and may find it onto your menu multiple times per week once you try them out. No worries on the tortilla chips because they use sweet potato chips instead. Yummo!
Sausage, Kale, and Spaghetti Squash Boats– These squash boats are fun to eat because everyone gets their own “boat” to enjoy. They’re loaded up with sausage and kale so you get a balanced meal with protein, fiber, and nutrients. A great dinner idea and great for impressing guests. All aboard!
Paleo Chicken Tagine with Olives & Sweet Potatoes– Try our chicken tagine and you’ll see what all the fuss is about. It borrows some influence from North African cuisine but revamps it so it’s 100% Paleo. It’s one of our most popular recipes and is sure to become one of your favorites as well.
Balsamic Chicken with Roasted Tomatoes– Balsamic flavor permeates this chicken and roasted tomatoes meal, and one that makes it onto our top recipe list again and again. The tomatoes are nicely cooked to release extra antioxidants, and the chicken provides a quality protein.
Homemade Paleo Breakfast Sausage– Start your morning off right with our homemade Paleo breakfast sausage. Why wonder what’s in your sausage when you can make your own from ground pork and get one of the freshest tasting pork sausages you’ve ever had.
Bacon-Wrapped Roasted Asparagus– We believe in bacon! You will too after you see the flavor upgrade it gives to fresh asparagus spears. It’s the savory flavor that everyone loves that helps increase your consumption of veggies. A perfect side dish to any meaty main you’re cooking up.
Caribbean Pork Chops with Mango Salsa– These pork chops have a beautiful mango salsa on them and give off a flavor of the caribbean. Not only is this meal pleasing to the eyes, but the palate as well with the mango providing a nice sweetness to go along with the savory pork chop.
Fish and Seafood
Healthy Shrimp Tacos– You can make shrimp tacos instead of beef or chicken for a nice change of pace. Feedback suggests that these shrimp tacos taste even better than traditional tacos, and they’re healthier because they have a special tortilla recipe.
Simple Baked Salmon with Lemon and Thyme– Bake up this salmon recipe and you’ll not only get a healthy serving of omega-3s you’ll also top up on your protein. The combination of lemon and thyme keeps it simple by going with a time tested duo. Enjoy with a side of veggies for a complete meal.
Simple Cod Piccata– A great entry-level fish recipe, our Simple Cod Piccata will find a place on your weekly dinner rotation. It’s a super easy way to make a fish dinner, and is great if you want a no-fuss recipe that comes out great every single time you make it.
Breakfast Sweet Potato Hash– There’s nothing like a nice potato has to start things off in the morning, but white potatoes are a no go with Paleo. Replace them with sweet potatoes and you’re all set. Serve it up with eggs to complete the meal and leave you feeling great till lunch.
Paleo Stuffed Breakfast Peppers– Our stuffed breakfast peppers are sure to please. They’ll give you multiple servings of vegetables with bell peppers, mushrooms, and spinach, while at the same time giving you some protein in the form of eggs. A win-win way to wake up!
Green Paleo Shakshuka– There’s never a bad time to have our green shakshuka. It takes traditional shakshuka and makes it even healthier by putting in more green vegetables. Combined with the eggs you’ve got a nice meal that will keep you satisfied for a long time.
No matter what kind of recipe you’re looking for, we’ve got you covered. From breakfast to dinner to everything in between you’re just a few clicks away from finding the recipe that best suits your needs.
Amazing Paleo Banana Nut Muffins– Our banana nut muffins could win an award, and they’re just the recipe to get you into baking with Paleo ingredients. They come out moist and fluffy with all of the flavor of banana bread baked into a muffin with some crunch to it.
My Favorite Paleo Zucchini Bread– Become a zucchini bread fan with our Paleo recipe that shows you just how tasty it can be. It has a texture like banana bread but instead of bananas you get the fresh flavor of zucchini baked right in, plus a serving of vegetables.
Homemade Paleo Sandwich Bread– With our Paleo sandwich bread you open the doors to so much more. Now you can make things like sandwiches and French toast without working about grains or gluten. It bakes up light and fluffy and is made from wholesome, health-supporting ingredients.
Down-Home Brussels Sprout Hash– You just can’t beat our Brussels sprout hash for a tasty breakfast. It’s an easy way to load up on your cruciferous vegetables first thing in the morning, and comes with some eggs and butternut squash to balance out the meal.
Best Homemade Granola Ever– Once you see how to make homemade granola you’ll never buy it from the store again. It’s a clever combination of almond flour, nuts, and seeds that makes a great breakfast and also works as a between meal snack when you’re really hungry.
Paleo Breakfast Burritos– Our version of breakfast burritos has you using up any leftover fish from the night before, or you can go with a protein of your choice like eggs, chicken, or ground beef. It comes with its own special tortilla recipe for great flavor and no grains.
Condiments, Dressings and Sauces
Homemade Paleo Ketchup with a Kick– Before long you’ll probably want some ketchup to go along with your other Paleo foods, and the High Fructose Corn Syrup offerings at the store just won’t cut it. Make your own delicious ketchup that comes with a bit of a kick.
Homemade Paleo Honey Mustard from Scratch– If you’re making your own ketchup you may as well make your own mustard. In this case you’re blending up a batch of honey mustard that is sure to top anything you’ve had at a restaurant. Natural honey and mustard powder combine for the win.
Best Homemade Ranch Dressing Ever– Ranch dressing seems to make everything better, and you can make your own with a select few ingredients. It’s always nice when you know what you’re eating, and when it tastes this good it’s a double bonus. Dip on, ranch lovers!
The Best Paleo Brownies– Our brownies are the best around, and it’s not just our opinion it’s documented by how many people love them. Just the right texture and flavor, you’ll love the chocolate flavor these provide, and their craving-killing capability.
Paleo Salted Caramel “Cheesecake” Bars– Get all of the flavor of a caramel cheesecake in portable bar form. No cheese or other dairy is used in these bars so they’re in line with Paleo and provide the awesome flavor of salted caramel to delight your taste buds.
Fruit Dessert Pizza– Our fruity dessert pizza makes a great after-dinner treat that provides both chocolate and fruit for antioxidants and sweet flavor. It also has a great presentation, with a coconut cream “sauce”, nutty crust, and toppings like an actual pizza.
Lemon, Ginger and Basil Iced Tea for Detox– Take time out of your day for a detox with our relaxing lemon, ginger, and basil iced tea. It will help you cool off during the hot summer months, and will help your body flush out toxins it’s been storing. A cool refreshing drink that gets rave reviews.
Homemade Grapefruit Soda– While cola and other store bought sodas are off the menu, our homemade grapefruit soda is a refreshing beverage you can enjoy any time. It’s infused with the vitamins from freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, and is nice and bubbly thanks to soda water.
Paleo Banana Chocolate Shake– Our banana chocolate shake is a nostalgic treat that will take you back to the times of ice cream parlors. It’s loaded up with banana flavor and gets its chocolate flavor from dark chocolate cocoa powder. Take a relaxing break, you deserve it!
Grilled Veggie Salad Platter with Lime Sauce– See how delicious vegetables can be when you grill them up nice and serve them up with a tangy lime sauce. These make a great salad all by themselves, or can be used as a side dish to accompany any meat you may be having.
Delicious & Healthy Cauliflower Tabbouleh– Give our cauliflower tabbouleh a try and you’ll be hooked. If you’ve never had tabbouleh before, you’ll love it. And if you’re a tabbouleh pro you’ll be impressed with how closely it mimics a traditional tabbouleh in terms of texture and flavor, but without the wheat.
Paleo Taco Salad with Creamy Avocado Dressing– Taco salad typically rank as one of the tastiest, and ours takes a different approach that ditches the deep-fried shell and keeps it extra healthy. Beefed up with ground beef and cooled off with a creamy avocado dressing, we think you’ll like it.
Paleo Cauliflower “Rice”– Replace regular rice with cauliflower rice in your Paleo cooking and you’ll be missing out on a ton of carbs while at the same time getting a serving of cruciferous vegetable. The perfect side dish to hundreds of different main entrees.
Paleo Guacamole 3 Ways (Classic, Sweet & Spicy)– We provide not just one but three different ways to make a Paleo friendly guacamole. Whether you like it sweet, spicy, or want to go with the original, you are covered here. Each one just makes a small tweak to make it a new flavor.
Garlic Roasted Broccoli– This is one side dish that surprisingly never gets boring. If broccoli isn’t your favorite vegetable get ready to have it go from worst to first. It’s the garlic and the roasting that makes it so tasty, and it’s a smart way to get your fiber intake up.
Quick & Easy Kale Chips– Kale chips provide the crunch of potato chips and at the same time will leave you feeling great after you eat them. They’re also full of the nutrients in kale, so you’re getting fiber, protein, and phytonutrients just by having a craveable snack.
Easy Homemade Gluten-Free Energy Bars– Make these gluten-free energy bars whenever you need to charge up or are feeling run down. They’re designed not only to taste great, but to nourish the body with real energy, not the fake stuff found in caffeinated beverages and sugary snacks.
Addictive Parsnip Fries with Truffle Oil– Knock out your french fry craving with these tasty parsnip fries. They closely mimic the texture of potatoes, and that’s half the battle. With the truffle oil they’re cooked in they have an unfair advantage on most fries out there.
Soups and Stews
Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup– Settle into a bowl of our chicken enchilada soup and you’ll swear you’re at a restaurant. All of the flavor of chicken enchiladas in soup form, and done for you in the slow cooker. An easy easy and healthy light meal or meal starter.
Vegetable Saffron Stew– Get to know saffon a little better in our delectable vegetable saffron stew. It’s a stew you’ll need a fork for, with hearty pieces of vegetables that can’t be ignored. The saffron is the main highlight but gets help from cumin and cinnamon.
Stovetop Sweet Potato, Kale and Turkey Chili– Our delicious sweet potato, kale and turkey chili is worth slowing down for. It has all of the savoriness of a beefy chili thanks to the turkey, with sweetness from the sweet potatoes and plenty of nutrition from the kale.
If you’re following a specific diet plan you need recipes that measure up. Choose one of our fan favorites that adheres to your specific requirements.
Low Carb Chipotle Chicken Lettuce Wraps– Get great flavor from real chipotle peppers in our low-carb chicken lettuce wraps. They’re low-carb thanks to the lettuce taking the place of a wrap, and are a source of protein from lean chicken breast. A great lunchtime option.
Spicy Sausage Skillet with Zucchini Pasta– A bed of zucchini pasta holds delicious spicy sausage pieces in this low-carb skillet. Using zucchini instead of traditional pasta helps you sidestep a boatload of carbs, while doing a good job of filling in for noodles thanks to its texture.
Paleo Shrimp Fried “Rice”– Fry up some rice with shrimp and marvel at how good cauliflower is at replacing rice. Shrimp, peas, bell pepper, and more combine for a flavor extravaganza that is perfect at replacing your local takeout place when fried rice is called for.