Paleo Diet Recipes
Paleo Grubs is proud to present some of the best Paleo recipes from around the web, as well as from our own Paleo chefs. Discover. Learn. Enjoy!
Banana Nut Muffins– Banana nut muffins are one of the most popular flavors of muffin, and you can enjoy them while on Paleo.
Broccoli Egg Bake– Get a good mix of protein and vegetables in this day starter that combines superfoods into one breakfast.
Eggs Benedict– Bet you never thought you could eat this good on the Paleo diet. Eggs Benedict served up Paleo style!
French Toast– Treat yourself to a yummy French Toast breakfast without breaking any Paleo rules. Don’t forget the maple syrup!
Stuffed Breakfast Peppers– Move over regular hash browns, something healthier is moving in. Swap sweet potatoes to score a nutritional win.
Granola– Granola can hold you over for hours, and this recipe will make sure that you’re not getting any grains.
Breakfast Burrito– Breakfast doesn’t have to be boring, you can still have novelty items like this as long as you do it right.
Kale and Red Pepper Frittata– Why is Paleo so healthy? It uses superfoods like kale and bell peppers just because they taste good.
Best Homemade Granola Ever– Leave all other granolas behind and go with the best. Make it. Try it. Love it. Repeat.
Pumpkin Pancakes– Pumpkin has fiber and plenty of vitamins and nutrients that it adds to these scrumptious pancakes.
Egg Breakfast Muffins– Muffins don’t have to be sweet, and these savory breakfast muffins prove it with plenty of eggs.
Sweet Potato Hash– Move over regular hash browns, something healthier is moving in. Swap sweet potatoes to score a nutritional win.
Breakfast Casserole– Bake up this Paleo breakfast casserole and even non-Paleoers will dig in and love it.
Breakfast Pizza– Pizza for breakfast! Only on the Paleo diet can you find such a yummy start to your day.
Sweet Potato Pancakes– Try these sweet potato pancakes for a healthy start to your morning, one that won’t slow you down.
BLT Frittata– This frittata lives up to its BLT promise but switches out the lettuce for spinach so it’s healthier.
Blueberry French Toast Casserole– Here’s a casserole that everyone can agree on in the morning, whether they’re doing Paleo or not.
Cinnamon Apple Muffins– Apples and cinnamon are a time-tested combination, and they do their thing in this muffin recipe.
Breakfasts– Start your day off right with this large selection of Paleo breakfasts that won’t slow you down.
Pancakes– Pancakes have a knack for filling you up and making you feel good, and Paleo pancakes leave the junk out.
Banana Pancakes– These banana pancakes are loaded with the goodness of bananas, including potassium and fiber.
Pumpkin Pancakes– Pumpkin has fiber and plenty of vitamins and nutrients that it adds to these scrumptious pancakes.
Sweet Potato Pancakes– Sweet potatoes added to pancake batter means you’re getting more fiber and antioxidants to make your body smile.
Gluten-Free Waffles– Yes, you really can have waffles on Paleo, and these are all gluten-free and incredibly delicious.
Cinnamon Rolls– These cinnamon rolls will wake everyone up and put them in a good mood setting the stage for a great day.
French Toast– French toast is something you can have on Paleo, but you’ll need to use Paleo-friendly bread to pull it off.
Blueberry Muffins– Put blueberry muffins back on the menu by getting rid of unhealthy ingredients and making them Paleo.
Pumpkin Muffins– The perfect muffins for a cool fall morning. Made gluten-free so you can enjoy them guilt free.
Biscuits– Biscuits go great with just about any meal, but they’re not a Paleo food unless you make them that way.
Lunch, Snacks and Salads
Tuna Avocado Lettuce Wraps– Cover all of your bases at lunchtime with these tuna wraps that give you your meat, vegetable and healthy fats.
Meatball Sandwich– Roll up your sleeves and don’t be afraid to get messy with this meatball sandwich.
Balsamic Green Bean Salad– This green bean salad makes sure to leave out anything non-Paleo, so you’re only getting the good stuff.
Taco Salad– Chicken salad usually gets the no-go on a diet because of the mayo. Here’s how to make it the Paleo way.
Baked Cinnamon Apple Chips– These cinnamon apple chips give you a bit of sweet and a lot of crunch to satisfy any craving.
Sweet Potato Chips– Sweet potato chips make a great substitute for potato chips, one of the snack foods not allowed on Paleo.
Energy Bars– Stay fueled up throughout the day with these energy bars that are a much better choice than packaged energy bars.
Tortilla Chips– Tortilla chips go great when dipped in salsa or guacamole, two dips that are Paleo friendly.
Quick and Easy Kale Chips– Bake up a batch of these kale chips and you’ll never miss potato chips while on Paleo.
Coconut Lime Energy Bites– Imagine being energized by a snack, and then imagine that snack tasting amazing. That’s what’s happening here.
Strawberry Fruit Leather– Rather than subject yourself to a sugary fruit snack from the store, make this fruit leather instead.
Tomato Salsa Bowls– Each one of these tomato salsa bowls comes in it own tomato cup, so everyone feels like they’ve got their own.
Turkey Pesto Meatballs– Eat up these turkey meatballs as a snack, or make enough of them to serve as a meal over spagheeti squash noodles.
Paleo Nachos– Treat yourself to a plate of nachos and there’s no way your brain will think that you’re on a diet.
Chipotle Lettuce Wraps– Lettuce wraps make great lunchtime fare, and these are infused with the spiciness of chipotle.
Healthy Snacks– These Paleo snacks will make sure that you don’t cheat and head for the vending machine midday.
Chicken Salads– Chicken salad usually gets the no-go on a diet because of the mayo. Here’s how to make it the Paleo way.
Paleo Appetizers– Always be prepared for a get together with these delicious and fancy Paleo appetizers.
Salsas– These salsas each bring a little something different to the traditional recipe, so you can find your favorite variation.
Jerky– Beef jerky makes a great go-anywhere snack, and if you follow these recipe there won’t be any scary ingredients in it.
Bruschetta– Bruschetta is a winner as long as you make it according to the Paleo eating guidelines.
Chicken Casserole– This chicken casserole is a handy recipe to keep up your sleeve when you need a crowd pleaser.
Crock Pot Pulled Pork– Pulled pork the easy way: in the Crock Pot. Set it and forget it until you can’t ignore the aroma any longer.
“Spaghetti” with Meat Sauce– Here’s a reliable spaghetti recipe that replicates a traditional spaghetti sauce. Diet food never tasted this good.
“Pasta” with Zucchini Noodles– Use a zucchini to make noodles in this Paleo pasta dish. It’s a fun way to eat your vegetables.
Baked Salmon with Lemon– Salmon is a fantastic Paleo meat option, and baking it up with some lemon is a nice way to go.
Shrimp and Grits– Shrimp and grits may not sound like the perfect combination, but this may just become your new favorite thing.
Spaghetti Squash Shrimp Scampi– The irresistible taste of shrimp scampi in a version that you can enjoy while doing Paleo.
Spaghetti Squash Boats– These spaghetti squash boats will definitely make an impression on you, with the robust flavors of sausage and kale.
Steak Fajitas with a Kick– No need to go to the local chain restaurant for fajitas, make your own at home and stay completely Paleo.
Butternut Squash Gratin– This butternut squash dish shows you yet another way to prepare this oh-so-tasty vegetable.
Eggplant and Zucchini Lasagna– Lasagna on Paleo is possible as long as you get rid of the noodles and replace them with zucchini, like so.
Deconstructed Beef Burritos– We took apart beef burritos and didn’t bother putting them back together again. Don’t worry, you’ll still love them.
Simple Cod Piccata– Keep it simple with this cod picatta recipes that uses all of the methods for a traditional picatta while keeping it Paleo.
Slow Cooker Beef Brisket– You won’t believe this beef brisket came from your own kitchen. This is the kind of dish that wins awards at cook-offs.
Pork Tenderloin with Carmelized Apples– Here’s a pork tenderloin that pairs it with caramelized apples, so you’re getting sweet and savory in one meal.
Sweet Potato Gnocchi– If you’ve been wondering how to get your gnocchi fix on Paleo, wonder no more. Sweet potatoes to the rescue!
Seafood Alfredo with Zucchini Noodles– Enjoy this seafood alfredo without any worries about what it’s doing to your waistline.
Lamb Chops with Mustard Sauce– Go five star with these lamb chops that will have your mouth watering for a second bite.
Bacon, Avocado and Arugula Flatbread– Here’s a flatbread sandwich that will keep you out of the local sub shops and keep your body running smoothly.
Thai Spaghetti Squash Noodles– Get a blast of traditional Thai flavor with this recipe for a noodle dish that doesn’t use any actual noodles.
Stuffed Yellow Squash– You can’t go wrong with this stuffed squash recipe, it will keep you full for several hours after you meal.
Dill & Lemon Baked Salmon– Salmon is one of the best proteins for you to have on Paleo, and this is a tasty way to make it with lemon and dill.
Vegetarian Thai Red Curry– Get the taste of a Thai red curry without having to fly halfway around the world. Spicy and delicious!
Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry– Beef and broccoli never tasted so good, and this will help you purge the delivery menus from your home.
Spicy Pepper Chicken Stir Fry– You’ll feel the heat with this spicy stir fry, with tender chunks of chicken and plenty of vegetables.
Sausage and Kale “Pasta” Casserole– This is a casserole that is sure to be a crowd pleaser, with hearty chunks of sausage and the superfood kale.
Roasted Citrus and Herb Chicken– This is a chicken recipe that you’ll want to file in your list of regulars. It has just the right amount of seasonings.
Balsamic Chicken with Roasted Tomatoes– The tart taste of balsamic vinegar comes through with this chicken recipe, and the tomatoes make a nice addition.
Slow Cooker Pot Roast– This pot roast recipe keeps things real easy so you don’t have to spend a lot of time preparing it, or cooking it.
Shepherd’s Pie– Shepherd’s pie made the Paleo way, and easy enough for anyone to follow, even if cooking is not their forte.
Shrimp Fried “RIce”– Enjoy this shrimp fried rice, which isn’t rice at all but an additional serving of vegetables to help balance a meal.
Healthy Shrimp Tacos– Shrimp tacos might just become your new favorite variety of taco, with DIY tortillas that are Paleo approved.
Stuffed Bell Peppers– With stuffed bell peppers you’ll be getting a vegetable serving built right in, and ground turkey for your protein.
Meatloaf– This aint your Mom’s meatloaf! Hold the breadcrumbs please, but bring on the meat and vegetables baked right in.
Chicken Breasts– You won’t complain about chicken night again when it’s made in such awesome ways, all Paleo approved.
Chicken Curries– Chicken curry is a satisfying meal that you are encouraged to eat, as long as you follow these Paleo recipes.
Chicken Wings– Game night is still a go on Paleo with these chicken wing recipes. 20 different styles to choose from.
Crock Pot – You’ll thank the inventor of the Crock Pot, a very caveman way to cook things without having to babysit them.
Meatballs– Meatballs never looked so good! Pick the Paleo recipes that speak to you and be carried away on a blanket of yumminess.
Pork Chops– Don’t forget the applesauce with this vast selection of juicy pork chops. And don’t forget to add veggies to it.
Stir Fry– Stir fries work great in a pinch when you want a wholesome meal quickly and easily.
Stuffed Peppers– Stuffed peppers are rather efficient because you’ve got your serving of vegetables built right in.
Thanksgiving– Have a traditional Thanksgiving without the traditional food coma that follows. Classic recipes get a Paleo makeover.
Lasagnas– Nothing satisfied quite like lasagna, and Paleo chefs have figured out how to make it without noodles.
Pastas– You’ve been misinformed if you thought Paleo followers couldn’t have pasta. Here’s the solution.
Spaghettis– Serve up a plate of spaghetti several different ways and never get that bogged down feeling after the meal.
Pizza Crusts– You’ll find some of the most creative pizza crusts on the planet on this list. You’re welcome :)
Pizzas– Pizza lovers rejoice, it’s back on your plate with these Paleo recipes that make pizza healthy and nourishing.
Shrimp Recipes– Look no further for healthy shrimp recipes that conform to the Paleo way of eating.
Pork Loin Recipes– Pork loin is so lean and full of protein that any one of these recipes can make it into your regular line-up.
Ground Turkey Recipes– Ground turkey is something you’ll want to keep stocked up with, it’s so easy to use and these recipes rock.
Low Carb Recipes– Stay low-carb and healthy with this collection of recipes that all come in at a respectable number for net carbs.
Enchiladas– Follow these enchilada recipes and you’ll not only be getting classic Mexican flavor, but a ton of nutrition as well.
Pesto– Pesto makes a great companion to pastas and meats, with a strong flavor and all Paleo-friendly ingredients.
Sloppy Joes– Sloppy joes like you’ve never had before. There are even recipes that show you how to make Paleo buns for them.
Avocado Recipes– Sing the praises of avocado as you make any one of these 25 recipes. Extra potassium and fiber coming your way.
Spaghetti Squash Recipes– Find out how to use spaghetti squash in a number of different ways as a replacement for spaghetti noodles.
Zucchini Pasta Recipes– Learn how to make delicious zucchini dishes that will replace the pasta you’re not having anymore on Paleo.
Fried Rice Recipes– Fried rice is off the menu, but you can make these delicious dishes using cauliflower as a rice stand-in.
Pot Roast Recipes– These pot roasts will supply you with a good chunk of meat, just be sure to balance it out with an equal serving of veggies.
Baked Salmon Recipes– Hopefully you’ll be eating more salmon while on Paleo, so you’ll need a good list of recipes to keep it interesting.
Easy Paleo Recipes– These Paleo recipes will have you in and out of the kitchen faster than you can say “caveman”.
Cabbage Recipes– We all know cabbage is good for you, and with these recipes you’ll be more likely to eat it because it will taste great.
Ground Beef Recipes– Ground beef is so easy to use, but it can be a challenge to make it in enough different ways to keep it exciting.
Chicken Recipes– You’ll definitely want to return to these chicken recipes again and again anytime you need a healthy Paleo meal.
Spiced Autumn Apples– These apples get a nice flavor upgrade from a little brandy, but don’t worry they won’t get you drunk.
Brownies– Don’t settle for lesser brownies, go with the best. Leave out all the filler and you’re left with pure ingredients.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars– Cookie bars are the way to go when you want a cookie with a little more substance to it.
Chocolate Cookies– These chocolate cookies are the cure for any chocoholic that is in need of a re-up.
Coconut Macaroons– Try these coconut macaroons if you are still thinking that Paleo is all about suffering and deprivation.
Grilled Peaches– These grilled peaches leave intact the natural deliciousness of the peach and doctor it up with coconut cream.
No-Bake Walnut Cookies– These no-bake cookies are infused with the goodness of walnuts. Healthy fats and fiber ahoy!
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins– These muffins have a lot going on, packed with pumpkin and everyone’s favorite: chocolate chips.
Chocolate Mug Cake– Short on time but need some chocolate? This microwavable cake is made right in a mug for easy eating.
Lavender Maca Brownies– Trying new things is the key to success with Paleo. These lavender maca brownies are a good place to start.
Pumpkin Cake Cookies– These cookies have a bit of an identity crisis, blending both cookie and cake worlds, with pumpkin added too.
Raw Brownie Bites– These brownie bites don’t need time in the oven, which means you can eat them that much quicker.
Chocolate Zucchini Muffins– You won’t even taste the zucchini in these muffins, as the chocolate hogs the spotlight.
Gluten-Free Pie Crust– Here’s the best GF pie crust we’ve found, and it just happens to come from one of our Paleo chefs.
Chocolate Chip Cookies– Here’s a classic staple that will taste great dunked in a class of almond milk, with no resulting guilt.
Dark Chocolate Pudding– Join the dark side with this dark chocolate pudding that is dairy free and contains antioxidants.
Banana Ice Cream– Make your own ice cream that you’ll actually look forward to eating. Loaded with potassium!
No-Bake Pumpkin Bars– Leave the oven off for these scrumptious pumpkin bars made with real, wholesome ingredients.
Blueberry Crisp– You’ll double check to see that you’re still following the Paleo diet when you bite into this ultimate crisp.
Blueberry Lemon Cake– Here’s a cake that almost looks too good to eat, but trust me, you’ll definitely eat it!
Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies– Get rid of the gluten with these gluten-free sugar cookies that still capture all the taste of regular cookies.
Coconut Cupcakes– The chocolate frosting on these cupcakes can be used as a reward for a day full of healthy eating.
Ice Creams– We all scream for ice cream, and on Paleo you can indulge without having to deal with an expanded waistline.
Apple Crisps– Apple crisp can be your go-to dessert, and they’re really easy to make. Even easier to eat!
Brownies– This list of brownie recipes has you covered for almost a month, and that’s if you have a daily habit.
Cakes– Let them eat cake! Stop viewing dessert as the enemy and satisfy your sweet tooth with these delectable selections.
Carrot Cakes– Love carrot cake? Here’s all of the Paleo carrot cake recipes fit to print. Try them all and pick a favorite.
Chocolate Chip Cookies– The quintessential comfort food, find out how to make chocolate chip cookies that taste like they should.
Cookies– A cookie for every occasion. Peruse this list and let your tummy tell you what it’s needing.
Cupcakes– Any diet that lets you have cupcakes can’t be all that bad. Enjoy any one of these yummy creations.
Desserts– Desserts are not forbidden on the Paleo diet, as they are with many others. One more reason to stick with it.
No-Bake Cookies– Who needs an oven? Whip up these no-bake cookies and be in cookie nirvana in no time.
Pumpkin Cookies– Pumpkin goes into cookie batter quite easily, and lends its fiber and heartiness for good eatin’.
Pumpkin Pies– Pumpkin pie is one dessert you don’t have to leave behind on Paleo. Find out how to make it the healthy way.
Gluten-Free Pie Crusts– With these pie crusts you’ll be well on your way to a gluten-free treat while remaining fully Paleo.
Apple Pies– What’s more traditional than apple pie? Bring it back to your plate by making it the right way with no flour.
Peach Cobblers– The amazing taste of peaches rings through with each of these Peach Cobbler creations.
Cauliflower “Rice”– Here’s a simple fix for rice lovers that uses cauliflower as a suitable stand-in.
Cauliflower Tabbouleh– Get the awesome taste of tabbouleh without breaking any Paleo rules with this cauliflower switcheroo.
Coleslaw– Coleslaw is fine to eat on the Paleo diet as long as you fine tune it according to this recipe.
Mashed Cauliflower with Garlic– Who need mashed potatoes? This garlicky mashed cauliflower is the perfect imposter and makes a great side.
Rosemary Beets with Garlicky Kale– Beets are probably the healthiest food you’re not eating. Start getting more by making this recipe today.
Garlic Roasted Broccoli– Broccoli is so good for you it’s important to eat it regularly, and this recipe will make you want to.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts– Don’t write off Brussels sprouts until you’ve tried this recipe that roasts them to perfection.
Roasted Cauliflower– Cauliflower is sure to become one of your new favorites while eating the Paleo way.
Low Carb Cauliflower Tabbouleh– Tabbouleh gets the Paleo treatment, out with the bulgar, in with the cauliflower.
Jicima “Potato” Salad– Potatoes get the ax, but you can use jicama as a very suitable replacement in this faux potato salad.
Butternut Squash “Risotto”– Regular risotto is a no-go, but if you make it with butternut squash you won’t be breaking any Paleo rules.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Onions– You just can’t lose with this side dish, perfectly roasted butternut squash with onions added in.
Cauliflower Rice– Rice may be off the menu, but that doesn’t mean you can’t replace it with a vegetable.
Sweet Potato Fries– Sweet potato fries deliver the same euphoria as french fries and are much better for you.
Sweet Potato Recipes– Sweet potatoes will help you get over any potato addiction you may have had and have plenty more nutrition.
Asparagus Recipes– Asparagus is one of the healthiest veggies, and you can prepare it in so many different ways with these recipes.
Roasted Carrots– These roasted carrots will have you in flavor heaven while you’re getting a healthy vegetable serving.
Coleslaw Recipes– When summer rolls around be prepared for picnics and barbeques with these awesome coleslaws.
Guacamole Recipes– Guacamole is one Paleo-friendly snack that can be made so many different ways it’ll make your head spin.
Roasted Broccoli– Try out these roasted broccoli recipes and you’ll wonder why you ever hated broccoli as a kid.
Mashed Cauliflower– Mashed potatoes may not get the green light, but you can have a serving of mashed cauliflower anytime you’d like.
Sauces & Condiments
Ranch Dressing– Ranch dressing comes in handy in many situations. Make a batch of this and keep it at the ready.
Spicy Avocado Dill Dressing– Spice things up and keep it healthy with this avocado dill dressing with the benefits of avocado mixed right in.
Homemade BBQ Sauce– Barbecue just isn’t barbecue without the right sauce, and making it at home is the only way to go.
Ketchup– Ketchup can be used on plenty of different foods, but don’t trust the stuff you find in the store.
Herbed Mayonnaise– This mayo has some special ingredients that make it a bit tastier than your run-of-the-mill mayos.
Balsamic Steak Marinade– Marinated steak is the way to go, and this balsamic marinade sets you up so that you are still following Paleo.
Tomato Sauce– Tomato sauce can be used for spaghetti, pizza, and more, so become adept at making this Paleo version.
Salad Dressings– You’ll be eating a lot of veggies on the Paleo diet, so it’s a good idea to learn about these friendly dressings.
BBQ Sauces– You’ll never get bored with BBQ sauce when you have so many to choose from. Sampler platter anyone?
Mayos– Mayo is not necessarily a bad thing, as long as you make it the right way.
Paleo Gravies– Pouring gravy over your meat and veggies is one way to amp up the flavor, and these all use Paleo ingredients.
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup– This classic soup get redone as a Paleo dish, keeping the wholesomeness of butternut squash without harmful ingredients.
Curried Cauliflower Soup– Cauliflower meets curry in this tasty soup that uses no unauthorized ingredients and packs plenty of flavor.
Roasted Tomato Soup– This tomato soup is bursting with lycopene and other nutrients thanks to the cooked tomatoes it contains.
Sweet Potato, Kale and Turkey Chili– This chili recipe uses some special ingredients to keep it Paleo friendly and make it stand out among the rest.
Chicken No Noodle Soup– This classic chicken noodle soup is devoid of any noodles, but will still cure the sniffles.
Jambalaya– A hearty jambalaya will keep you satisfied for several hours, and that’s just what this Paleo creation provides.
Crock Pot Chili– Your Crock Pot is sure to become your new best friend when you try out this easy chili recipe.
Beef Stews– Mmm, beef stew! As a Paleo eater you can enjoy as often as you’d like, a great ratio of meat and veggies.
Chilis– Figure out how to make a tasty chili from our collection of Paleo chili recipes that bring the heat.
Chicken Soups– Soothe your soul with these chicken soups that are free of any ingredients that would work against you.
Paleo Soups– Warm up with a bowl of Paleo soup and you’ll quickly turn hunger into satisfaction.
Gluten-Free Banana Bread– Think you can’t have banana bread while on Paleo? Think again, just follow this gluten-free recipe and you’re set.
Sandwich Bread– You can have a sandwich as long as you fix the problem with most commercially produced bread.
Garlic Breadsticks– You’ll have to exert some self-control with these garlic breadsticks which go great with zucchini pasta dishes.
Bread– Don’t give up bread just because you’re following Paleo. Learn how to make Paleo-friendly breads for sandwiches, etc.
Banana Bread– This list of banana breads makes sure you don’t get any grains, but all the nutrition from bananas.
Pumpkin Bread– Adding pumpkin to bread makes it a lot healthier, and is well within Paleo guidelines.
Zucchini Bread– Zucchini bread is a nice break from regular bread, and gives you the bonus of a veggie in your bread.
Coconut Bread– These coconut breads are loaded with coconut flavor and don’t use any grains at all.
Banana Chocolate Shake– Suck down this banana chocolate shake and you’ll have trouble remembering you’re following a diet.
Antioxidant Berry Shake– Load up on your antioxidants with this berry shake that follows all of the Paleo principles.
Green Kale Smoothie– Jump on the green smoothie trend with this Paleo-friendly smoothie that uses the superfood kale.
Iced Tea for Detox– Use this iced tea to help detox the body. Lemon, ginger, and basil combine for one potent iced tea.
Pumpkin Pie Smoothie– Drinking a pumpkin pie is now possible with this recipe. Don’t knock it till you try it, a great autumn treat.
Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothies– With this smoothie you’ll get the refreshing coolness of mint with the chocolatey flavor of chocolate chips.
Paleo Drinks– Any one of these Paleo friendly drinks will give you a burst of refreshment and can even energize you.
Healthy Smoothies– Join the smoothie craze but do it the smart way, keeping them dairy free and full of healthy ingredients.