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25 Fall-Off-The-Bone Paleo Pork Ribs (Yummy!)

Ah, ribs. Sticky, messy, and perfectly delicious. Great on the grill or in the oven. The possibilities for ribs and their sauces are endless, so try out some of these paleo-friendly recipes for your next barbecue.

22 Delicious Paleo Recipes to Make with Ham

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!

Paleo Pork Fried Cauliflower Rice

Late-night Chinese take-out was a staple of my undergrad years. And – who am I kidding? – my grad school and beyond years as well. Sometimes it wasn’t even “late-night.” Sometimes it was just, you know, like, “normal time to eat a meal.” Regardless, Chinese take-out was a fairly regular meal for me. Piles of…

Slow Cooker Spicy Pork with Sweet Potato and Squash

And this is one of my favorite recipes for the slow cooker: Slow Cooked Spicy Pork with Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash. I love pork and I don’t make it half as much as I should. I find cooking pork in the oven is a tricky thing – it’s either raw or dry and there’s…

Oven-Baked BBQ Ribs

But the even better part about these particular ribs is the BBQ sauce. Typical BBQ sauces, whether they’re homemade or store bought, are filled with sugar. In this recipe, we substitute honey for sugar. Most BBQ sauces are made with brown sugar. A lot of people think that brown sugar is less processed than white…

Baked Paleo Pork Chops with Apples, Onions and Bacon

It’s Wednesday night. You don’t have a dinner idea. What can you do? Pork chops to the rescue! There may be nothing more classic than pork chops served with applesauce, but you can still get the same effect by cooking up apples along with your pork chops. When you add bacon into the mix you…

Paleo Empanadas with Pork, Olives and Eggs

Empanadas are fun to make. You can play around with the ingredients in hundreds of different ways and there’s really no official way to make them. It’s one of those dishes where you can just play jazz in the kitchen and see what you come up with. You can make them with chicken, beef, pork…

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