The secret to making a truly good crockpot tomato basil soup always lies with the unique blend of ingredients in the broth. Give it enough time to simmer and combine, and you’ll always end up with a tasty dish. By using a crockpot, you can achieve all of that without having to spend hours watching your soup. The key to this recipe is the two types of tomato-based ingredients—plum tomatoes and tomato puree. When combined with the garlic and onion and other herbs, you get a full-bodied soup that can serve as a light dinner or a heavy snack especially with some paleo bread alternatives.
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.
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.
This overnight tomato sauce has all the classic ingredients you’d expect to find in a tomato sauce with no artificial additives.
Homemade meatballs are baked surrounded by a delectable combination of cherry tomatoes, chopped onion, and garlic that’s been drizzled with olive oil.
If you love to enjoy a tasty, flavor filled salad full of fresh garden vegetables but you wish that they had just a little bit more protein in them, this tuna salad recipe is perfect for you. It’s a tomato salad with an authentic Italian twist, while adding a hefty serving of protein from tuna.
Avocados grow on avocado trees, in warm climates. They are indigenous to the Americas and there is evidence that people have been eating avocados since as far back as 10,000 BC. The English word avocado is a spin on the Spanish – aguacate – which itself is a take on the Native American Nahuatl word,…
Cherry Tomatoes are a great way to add flavor and veggie-good nutrition to your salads, pasta dishes, meat dishes, and more. They’re easier than larger tomatoes because you can slice them in half without losing much juice, and they’re sweet! Check out these paleo cherry tomato recipes.
Cauliflower often gets a bad reputation as a “boring” vegetable, but don’t be fooled: It can make a showstopping entree when it’s cooked the right way.