This recipe swaps out the spaghetti noodles for spiralized sweet potatoes, which make a perfect alternative to make this classic dish paleo-approved.
This pizza crust is both gluten-free and paleo-friendly with a topping that uses grilled chicken, roasted bell peppers, and a paleo approved marinara sauce.
Dark meat chicken thighs, crisp sweet potatoes, and fresh broccoli florets — all coated in an unbelievably sweet, spicy, and tangy marinade.
The casserole is made using mashed sweet potatoes along with a tasty blend of melted coconut oil, almond milk, honey, vanilla extract, and egg.
Bacon-wrapped sweet potato wedges are a perfect paleo appetizer to serve on any occasion and will satisfy most savory cravings.
My husband is Italian, so I’ve had to perfect the art of gluten-free and grain-free gnocchi. Surprisingly, they aren’t that difficult! Try some of these paleo gnocchi recipes and fall in love.
Let’s start with the sauce. Actually, this recipe is pretty close to what a traditional Bolognese sauce recipe would look like. It’s got meat, onion, garlic, celery, carrots (yup, that’s traditionally an ingredient in Bolognese!), olive oil, tomatoes, bay leaves… all very traditional stuff. If you’re questioning the cinnamon, don’t! I’ve seen some Bolognese recipes…
Armed with these sweet potato recipes you’ll have a bevy of ideas to choose from when you have a supply you need to get rid of. From savory to sweet and everything in between, there’s something for every taste here.
Hot and crispy on the outside, warm and soft on the inside – who doesn’t love the perfect French fry? But these garlic sweet potato fries knock regular fries right out of the competition. They have the perfect combination of sweet, salty and savory and will be a favorite for kids and adults. Sweet potatoes…