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Paleo Sauerkraut

Probiotic foods like sauerkraut are important because they’ll help populate your digestive system with good bacteria, which aids in digestion. Bottom line: It helps you feel great! If you’re like me you probably never considered making your own sauerkraut. It’s just something that you get from the store in a can or a jar. But…

31 Tasty Paleo Lamb Chops

Lamb Chops make an elegant meal, and go with nearly everything from vegetables to nuts to fruit-based sauces and chutneys, as you’ll see in the paleo lamb chop recipes I’m sharing with you today. Purely delicious!

Prosciutto-Wrapped Roasted Carrots

I now enjoy carrots by themselves, but adding a little prosciutto – good. Adding maple syrup and thyme – better. Baking the whole thing – OMG good. So, of course, if you’re already a carrot lover, you’re going to REALLY love this recipe. I think of these Prosciutto-Wrapped Carrots as reverse (and healthy!) pigs in…

Uncle Frank’s Southern Green Beans

You’ll probably see more than one of my posts about veggies start with “when I was a kid, I hated…” whatever veggie I’m cooking that day. It’s true: I was a picky kid. I didn’t eat lettuce until I was about 14. And forget broccoli, carrots (still not the biggest fan) or green beans. But…

The Best Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I was soooooooo wrong. If you’re not already on the Brussels Sprouts bandwagon, jump aboard, my friend. They are so simple to make – and it’s so simple to make them taste good – that I don’t know why everyone isn’t eating them all the time. I suspect that the traditional hatred of Brussels sprouts…

Spicy Mexican Cauliflower Rice

This is a classic dish in Mexico, but of course don’t call it Mexican rice in Mexico. They don’t call it Spanish rice either, it’s just “rice” or “red rice” thanks to its rather recognizable color. Cauliflower is an amazing vegetable because of its versatility. You can use it any number of ways and there…

Perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

The Brussels sprouts should be washed thoroughly and trimmed. Sometimes you can even find sprouts still attached to the stalk, in what looks like a long green log. This even fresher version of Brussels sprouts can be sliced off the stalk with a pairing knife. Then, depending on their size, the sprouts should be halved…

Sugar-Free Paleo Cinnamon Applesauce

Most often, I like to add applesauce to a breakfast bowl with granola, as pictured. Or, a personal favorite, spoon a little warm applesauce over vanilla almond milk ice cream. Applesauce is also delicious on top of pork chops. Even muffins and pancakes can use applesauce as a baking ingredient. The actual cooking time for…

Paleo Guacamole 3 Ways (Classic, Sweet & Spicy)

Guacamole is best made with fresh, ripe avocados. The avocados should be dark and not too mushy or too firm to the touch. Another way to make sure that the avocados aren’t overripe is to remove the small brown button on the stem end. The color underneath should be bright green, not brown, for a…

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