Spicy chipotle meatballs meets sweet strawberry compote for a delicious and flavorful combination. It's all topped on a bed of fresh arugula and caramelized red onions.
Grain-free & dairy-free coconut flour chocolate pancakes sweetened with stevia.
Sweet and spicy Thai shrimp in crispy lettuce wraps with sunflower butter "no peanut" sauce! yum!
|Rising Moon Foods|
An Indian favorite remade Paleo and dairy free!
Easy ColeSlaw Recipe
Carrot-Ginger Smoothie. Packed with vitamins A & C!
You will never believe the ingredients that went in the making of this absolutely delicious Paleo Instant Breakfast Bake. Guilt free indulgence...
|The Healthy Foodie|
Cauliflower is an amazing vegetable if you spice it up, and roasting it brings out so much more flavor than steaming.
Lamb , potato cooked with fresh spices in coconut milk
This homemade, sweet-tart Coconut Yogurt is paleo-friendly and made with just two ingredients.
A dairy and grain-free recipe, this chili, chips and cheeze is contains simple ingredients, and is a great replacement for the artifically flavored stuff that you fell in love with at sport games. (Nut/egg-free option).
Just a fully full-on rockin' and tasty eggplant dish!
Tender, shredded pork cooked in a spicy poblano and tomatillo green sauce.
Looking at the plate, it might appear intentionally like a deconstructed ratatouille if only there was some aubergine on the plate. Maybe next time I'll do exactly that.
Cauliflower as you've never seen it before! Great paleo side dish!
This mouthwatering Rosemary Rubbed Rib-Eye steak with Charred Onions can be made under the broiler or on the grill! Either way it's juicy, tender and flavorful!
In your grill!
Delicious citrusy brussels!
Easy meatless protein for breakfast
If you are not familiar with a California burrito, it is a normal burrito that contains french-fries rather than rice. This over-the-top dish is deliciously sinful. By ditching the flour tortilla, you’ll be able to Paleo-fy the burrito into a healthy meal.
Spicy Thai inspired shrimp salad
Creamy coconut milk paired with tangy parsnip and ground grass fed beef
Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower - turmeric makes these cauliflower taste amazing.
A tasty way to sneak liver into your diet!
Rich avocado is blended with scallion, shallot, cilantro, and a vibrant mix of orange, lemon and lime juice.
Great for snacking or in salads.
|Gerlinde in Dallas|
These pancakes taste like "the real deal." Extremely easy to make- blend, pour, cook and serve! Options to make dairy/nut-free. (Recipe at bottom of post).
Literally, a paste, this pesto is made up from wild garlic and hazelnuts.
Have you ever tried a sauteed radish?
Super simple, super nutritious grain-free, nut free salmon patties!
Hearty Ragu sauce chuck full of ground beef, sausage, mushrooms and spice.
A roasted chicken that's actually faster to do than a standard roasted chicken, as well as more flavorful!
Delicious bratwurst without the beer.
Spicy Summer Gazpacho [Raw, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free]
The best I have ever found. They're like candy - irresistible pickled jalapeños
Try this quick method for steamed artichokes in less than 10 minutes!
Turmeric Apple Chip Snack
... a spur of the moment starter and so easy to make up.
Easy Quick Pickled Carrots and Asparagus with Tarragon
Tender Tilapia filets poached in a creamy coconut-leek reduction with dijon mustard
Everything tastes good with Bacon on it, especially cabbage! Throw it in the oven while you are cooking your entree.
Green Thai Curry with Shrimp & Yellow Squash
A San Francisco classic, this easy and tasty one-dish meal is made with eggs, ground beef, and spinach. My version includes some chorizo, which adds a satisfying kick.
Never had beef cheek? After braising, it really is so tender you can cut it with a spoon. It is a muscle, so the flavor is very familiar (not organy), but it also has a lot of connective tissue which becomes soft and gelatinous after braising. The braising liquid becomes ridiculously rich and flavorful. The butternut squash in this dish is optional, but the flavors work very well together. It makes the meal feel very much like a stew. If you prefer, after braising, you could remove the meat and puree the squash in the broth for a thick gravy (making this dish more like a pot roast). I also think this would be delightful served on a bed of spaghetti squash, in which case you might want to leave the butternut squash out of the recipe (of course, who says you can’t have two kinds of winter squash with supper?!). This recipe serves 7-8.
Stovetop beef stew made with bacon and a tasty hint of rum.