When you’re cooking for a crowd or just wish to keep your grocery bill at an acceptable level, chicken is always a good choice. Especially chicken thighs!
They tend to be inexpensive and easily available (wherever you are) and to be honest with you, I think they’re tastier than chicken breasts. I know some people take the skin off and only eat the meat, but for me, the crispy skin is the yummiest part.
If you’d like to have a closer look at how easy it is to make crispy and flavorful Paleo chicken thighs, there’s a great video for you here: Click Here to Watch the Video
If you’re looking for a hearty dinner with a little bit of spice, this Paleo chicken chili is the recipe for you! This chili has it all, the tomatoes, the sweet peppers, the chili peppers, and of course, bacon! Don’t let the cook time scare you away from this chili. Once the prep is done, it only needs a quick stir every ten minutes to make sure nothing burns. This recipe can easily be customized according to your preferred level of spice. If you prefer milder chili, feel free to omit the fresh chili peppers. However you like it, this chili will keep you warm through the coldest days of the winter.
Banana bread is one of my favorite things to bake because there are so many different variations. You can find recipes for vegan banana bread, gluten-free banana bread and now, Paleo banana bread. Our banana bread recipe is elegant in its simplicity. It only takes one bowl and ten minutes of prep time. It cooks in only 45 minutes, which is exactly the right amount of time to wash that bowl and make a cup of coffee. That’s right, in less than one hour you could be enjoying a warm slice of grain-free banana bread. Banana bread is best with friends and family. This recipe serves ten so it’s perfect for sharing with your friends, coworkers, and loved ones.
Let’s face it, when you are craving chocolate, nothing else will do. There is a certain rich indulgence in chocolate that just can’t be replicated. That is where this Paleo chocolate pudding comes in. You may be remembering the chocolate pudding of your childhood as little more than chocolate colored paste but rest assured, this is not that pudding. It doesn’t come from a box and it has no artificial flavors or colors. In fact, there are only three ingredients; eggs, chocolate, and ghee. This not a sickly-sweet pudding, it is a deeply rich and chocolaty pudding and it only takes 15 minutes of active prep. So, what are you waiting for? Chocolate indulgence is in your grasp.
My little sister once proclaimed that she wouldn’t eat carrot cake because it was too healthy for dessert. However, many carrot cake recipes out there are anything but healthy, packed with so much sugar you can barely taste the carrots and crammed full of processed grains with little nutritional value. This Paleo carrot cake with coconut butter frosting is an antidote to that. Our recipe cuts the sugar and replaces it with coconut sugar. The all-purpose flour is dropped in favor of coconut and almond flour along with flaxmeal. With these ingredients cut back, the carrots finally have room to shine, highlighted by fragrant spices, coconut, walnuts. This is carrot cake as it was meant to be enjoyed.
Spend your time enjoying your delicious meals, not sweating by the stove!
If you don’t have a crockpot yet, you’ve been missing out big time. It’s one of the best things you can invest in, especially if you’re on a diet – or on a budget.
You can get a slow cooker for less than $50 and it’s a great way to turn cheaper cuts of meats super tender and delicious. It will also free up a lot of your time since you won’t have to stand by your pots and pans in the kitchen.
Lately, I’ve fallen in love with slow cooked chicken recipes, so I decided to put together some of my favorites for you to try. And it turned out quite a collection!
No matter what your favorite cut of chicken is, there’s a recipe for you on this list. Wings, thighs, chicken breasts – something for every budget.
If you’re in need of a comforting meal, go with chicken and dumplings. Or go wild and try the Moroccan chicken or some white chicken chili.
For those times when you’re feeling a bit under the weather, you might want to make some chicken bone broth or enjoy a steaming hot bowl of chicken enchilada soup. Perfect for the colder months of the year – but so delicious, you’ll want to make it year round.
Crockpot cooking is as easy as it gets – have a look at this video to see what it takes!
Soup is a cold weather staple across the country and around the world. There are a handful of reliable recipes, chicken noodle, minestrone, clam chowder but what if you are craving something new and different? That’s where this Paleo purple cabbage soup comes in! Purple cabbage is combined with carrots, celery, and onions to create a colorful base. Bone broth and tomatoes are added for a luxurious layered broth and ginger, garlic, and parsley add a fragrant note of excitement. This soup comes from humble beginnings, but the results are anything but ordinary. With its colorful appearance, this soup would be perfect for a fall or winter dinner party. Plus, substitute vegetable broth for bone broth and you have an easy and delicious vegetarian meal that’s Paleo-friendly.
Who doesn’t love a quiche? It’s the perfect dish for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or even dinner. This Paleo olive and avocado quiche puts a new spin on an old favorite. It all begins with a vegetable base, in this case, spinach, onion, and bell peppers. To this, we add fresh tomato and creamy avocado, all suspended in a smooth and satisfying egg custard base. To top it all off, sliced black olives add excitement and salt. All together, this quiche is more than the sum of its parts. The rich avocado pairs perfectly with the vegetables and the olives cut through some of the richness. The eggs hold everything together creating a hearty yet light dish that you’ll want to make again and again. Oh, and did I mention it’s dairy-free?
What can you do when you are craving the most delicious grain-free cookies, but you don’t have a single egg in the house? We’ve got your back with these Paleo coconut egg-free cookies. Whether you are out of eggs or you are making them for someone who cannot eat eggs, you’ll love these delicate cookies. They have a pronounced coconut flavor that comes from the coconut flour and coconut cream in the dough. Plus, they can be cooked on the stove rather than in the oven for maximum instant gratification. This recipe proves that sometimes, you need to think outside of the box to come up with Paleo coconut greatness!