Cool off with these oh-so-good raspberry coconut popsicles. Blend frozen raspberries, coconut milk, and honey, freeze, then drizzle with dark chocolate for a tasty treat without the fuss.
This easy coconut shrimp is super tender with the perfect coconut crunch (without being too coconut-y). Such a simple recipe and so quick to make! Here’s how.
These homemade paleo almond joy bars are the best! One of my favorite things about following the paleo diet is the fact that even desserts can be ridiculously good for you, and this candy bar recipe is the perfect combination of healthy and indulgent. If you like almond joys, try this guilt-free paleo version and get your sweet fix without all the junk.
Let these recipes show you how to use coconut flour with great results every time, both sweet and savory-style, from pancakes, brownies, and cookies to fish cakes and breading.
The pineapples are even coated with an amazing homemade glaze made with honey and lemon zest to add even more incredible flavoring to this recipe.
Coconut products are a staple in the paleo diet, and coconut flour is no exception. It also happens to make fabulous high-protein, grain-free pancakes, but it does take some finesse and knowledge of how to work with coconut flour.
Filling up a bowl full of this granola and topping it with some almond milk will transport you straight to an island far far away, right at your breakfast table.
I love coconut. And if you’ve been a paleo eater for more than a few weeks, you probably are too. How could you not be, with its myriad forms, nutritional profile, and refreshing flavor? Coconut can be used as flakes, milk, water, butter, or oil, and these ingredients all have unique properties that help them…
Coconut milk is a staple in any paleo kitchen, and for good reason—it’s a great way to add healthy fats and creaminess to your dishes without any diary, and the flavor of coconut works really well in lots of dishes, both savory and sweet. Check out these recipes using coconut milk to make ice creams,…