There’s plenty of broccoli florets stashed underneath this thick and creamy casserole topping of mushrooms, garlic, egg, mayo, mustard, and arrowroot flour.
All of the ingredients have been carefully selected to make sure this buffalo chicken dip is not only very tasty, but also incredibly good for you as well.
This paleo green bean casserole has a healthy mix of tasty veggies including the green beans, garlic, mushrooms, and a topping made with sliced onions.
This recipe combines salmon with asparagus with a drizzle of lemon juice and zest, olive oil, and garlic. Fresh, simple and easy–and 100% paleo of course.
This tuna casserole recipe will keep in the refrigerator for at least 3 – 5 days. Be sure you cook enough casserole to last for a few days to avoid spoilage.
Poppy seeds are a power-house little seed full of vitamins and minerals, so don’t miss a chance to make something with them. Especially because they love to be added to breads, muffins, cakes, and other treats—but they’re great in dressings and sauces, too! Try out some of these paleo poppy seed recipes.
Making cookies in a skillet is one way to ensure fudgy, gooey, and delicious cookies. You can make them paleo style with chocolate chips, blueberries, nuts, and more! I’ve thrown in a few skillet brownie and blondie recipes, too, because with skillet cookies being so gooey like brownies, they’re really similar!
Blondies may be known as the slightly tamer version of rich, chocolaty brownies, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less delicious. And these paleo recipes are anything but tame! Try grain-free blondies using ingredients like avocado or sweet potato, almond butter and coconut butter, and more. They’re packed with add-ins like cranberries and nuts and…
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.