This unbelievably good homemade grass fed teriyaki beef jerky recipe lets you enjoy one of your favorite snacks in a completely paleo-friendly fashion.
Grissinis, also known as breadsticks, originated from Turin, Italy, but are now served in many restaurants in North America. You can now also find these in supermarkets either pre-made or frozen, however they’re not nearly as good as fresh grissinis. Homemade Dough That’s Totally Gluten-Free It’s not just individuals with Celiac disease who can’t tolerate…
Cauliflower toast may sound a little strange, but after you try it, you’ll see that it’s a perfect paleo-friendly replacement for bread.
This dish is perfect as an appetizer, packed lunch, or even as a quick meal on-the-go. You can’t go wrong with some freshly cooked paleo chicken nuggets.
Using cauliflower for pizza crust produces a great low-carb, gluten-free, Paleo substitute for pizza. This recipe takes the idea of cauliflower pizza crust and makes it into bite-size pieces that are easier to eat and great for a snack.
Try any of these paleo spring roll recipes using coconut wrappers, seaweed, tapioca wrappers, and even green leaves to hold in the deliciously varied fillings from avocado to mushrooms to mango to tomatoes. And don’t forget the homemade spicy and savory dipping sauces!
I brought a few cinnamon apple pie energy bites to work to get some feedback from some of my friends. I didn’t tell them what flavor these energy bites were and when my friend Sarah told me it tastes like sweet apple pie I think I cried a little. I can now die a very happy girl.
You have never had Paleo energy balls like these!! Wow. Such a tasty nutrient-dense snack and dessert all rolled into one.
Today, I decided to jump on the mint chocolate train and make something I have never made before—Paleo mint chocolate energy bites!