Making vegetable noodles is a great way to trick yourself into thinking that you’re eating regular noodles since wheat noodles are not considered paleo.
One of the easier meals to make on the Paleo diet is soup. It basically involves adding all of the ingredients into a pot, cooking them up until they are tender, and serving it up. What makes these Paleo soups so special is that they only contain ingredients that are approved according to the Paleo…
This deliciously spicy Mexican meatball soup recipe features homemade meatballs cooked in a yummy soup base that’s full of herbs, spices, and vegetables.
This recipe makes a paleo style melon gazpacho that’s incredibly easy to prepare, only requiring a few minutes of cooking for the prosciutto topping.
No matter what time of year it is or what ingredients are in season, soup is always a winner. It’s nourishing, and it’s usually use to make. Check out these paleo recipes for soups, stews, chilis, chowders, and gazpachos.
Farm-to-table tomato soup anyone? This recipe makes use of garden vegetables, tomatoes, leeks, and garlic for that homey vibe that warms the heart.
Nutrient-Dense, Low-Calorie Ingredients Every single ingredient in this soup serves an important purpose. The olive oil serves as the soup’s base, adding a nice dose of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats to help protect against cardiovascular disease while making sure the soup is nice and satiating. (1) Onions, carrots, celery, cabbage, tomatoes, and a bell pepper are added…
Try out this homemade quick and easy chicken noodle soup recipe. It’s incredibly easy to make and 100 percent paleo-approved.
Try this great healing slow cooker Asian bone broth soup. It uses bones from grass-fed cows and will have you feeling better in no time.