It sometimes seem that in the paleo world, bacon gets all the love. But what about its cousin, ham? Plain and simple ham is a great addition to soups and egg muffins, not to mention it’s delicious on its own with a homemade glaze. Try these paleo ham recipes!
Trout doesn’t often get as much love as its ocean-dwelling distant cousin, salmon. But trout can be made delicious and paleo-style with ingredients like fresh herbs and spices, coconut milk, and more. Try some of these paleo trout recipes and let your trout feel the love.
Using mouthwatering slices of juicy steak cooked with garlic and ginger, this meal is then served with a homemade sauce that’s bursting with flavor.
Homemade meatballs are baked surrounded by a delectable combination of cherry tomatoes, chopped onion, and garlic that’s been drizzled with olive oil.
The fajita seasoning is made with a mixture of herbs and spices combined with fresh peppers while the tortillas are completely grain-free and delicious.
Unlike traditional teriyaki sauce made with soy sauce and sugar, this recipe features a homemade teriyaki sauce that’s incredibly tasty and flavorful.
These mini beef “pizzas” are downright delicious and really quite healthy for you with their paleo homemade sauce and fresh veggie toppings.
Some people are tuna people, and some people aren’t. But when you go paleo, you might find yourself learning to enjoy foods you didn’t before. There are many different ways to make fish taste great, including these tuna steak recipes with different marinades, sauces, salsas, and techniques. Check them out!
Pot pies are the ultimate comfort food. Although most often made with chicken, you can fill them with anything you want from various meats to an assortment of vegetables. Need a paleo version? I got you covered.