This recipe will make your whole kitchen smell like barbecue thanks to the homemade barbecue sauce. It’s made with a fantastic combination of ingredients such as honey, maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, and onion powder. All tasty and wholesome ingredients in these bacon wrapped smokies of course—absolutely no processed sugars, fillers or additives so you can enjoy this dish without any guilt. Once you have your BBQ sauce, all you need to do is wrap the Italian sausage in bacon. Hands down, this is one of my favorite recipes because it almost tastes too good to be healthy, but it’s 100% paleo thanks to the homemade BBQ sauce. Make sure to serve this dish warm when the bacon is still crispy for the full effect.
It’s almost a tradition in my family to have meatloaf for dinner at least once a week. Once I made the switch to the paleo diet, everyone was concerned that meatloaf night was going to be a thing of the past. Thankfully, not only can you make a 100% paleo-friendly meatloaf, but it’s also one of the best meatloaf recipes that you’ll ever try because it’s so flavorful. This recipe will show you how to make a bacon wrapped paleo meatloaf that everybody in your family will go nuts for. It’s loaded with everything that makes a paleo dinner great—two pounds of lean ground beef, almond flour, a savory mix of herbs and spices, and of course bacon.
Jalapeno poppers are pretty much the perfect snack choice for anyone out there who loves spicy foods. To make it even better, wrap it in bacon. Believe me when I tell you that bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers are the best kind of poppers. These are 100% paleo approved thanks to the combination of raw cashews, lemon juice, garlic powder, and onion powder. Together, they complement the bacon and jalapeno to bring out their natural flavors. This is one of those dishes that I never thought to make but it’s been a staple in my household ever since.
Every shrimp-based paleo recipe I’ve tried has ended up exceeding my expectations in every way. Take this recipe for bacon wrapped jalapeno shrimp skewers for example. You get that salty, smokey flavor from the bacon with the mild sweetness from the shrimp, plus some jalapeno strips add some heat and flavor as well. This dish is a great way to get some lean protein in, along with your heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and other essential vitamins.
I’m a huge fan of bacon and scallops, so it only makes sense that I love making these sheet pan bacon wrapped scallops. This is one recipe that honestly offers up everything that I love in a good paleo recipe—it’s simple to make, doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, and takes very little time to prep. The key is to use the freshest scallops you can find. Serve it as a paleo-friendly appetizer or as the main entrée, you won’t be disappointed.
If you’ve recently made the switch over to the paleo diet, and you’ve been wondering what types of snacks you can still serve at your next dinner party, then I’ve got just the thing for you. This recipe will show you how to make the best bacon wrapped stuffed dates, and best of all, it’s super easy to make. They’re naturally sweet because of the dates, but with savory tones as well from the lemon juice, garlic powder, and onion powder. It’s an interesting combo that you have to try.
Transform any vegetable dish into a kid-friendly one by adding bacon to it. It doesn’t matter if it’s bacon bits or whole strips of bacon—they’ll love it either way. The asparagus stays nice and crisp, and it also absorbs the smokey flavor of the bacon. It doesn’t taste ‘healthy’ at all but it’s 100% paleo approved and contains fiber and antioxidants for overall health. Best of all, all you have to do is pop this into the oven, leaving you have plenty of time to make other side dishes to complement your baked bacon wrapped asparagus dish.