Treat yourself to a decadent dessert! I’m definitely going to be adding this paleo chocolate mousse recipe to my favorites list!
If you’re worried that chocolate does not fit within a paleo diet, fear not – dark chocolate has some amazing health benefits. Not the least of which is the stress relief that nibbling on a piece of dark chocolate can bring.
Shakes were traditionally made with whole milk and were full of sugar, but now we have the chance to make our own healthier versions to enjoy at any time of day.
In the following list of Paleo Super Shakes Recipes, I have included green shakes to get your system started in the morning using spinach and kale, child-friendly fruit smoothies like the Strawberries and Cream Smoothie and cooling and refreshing smoothies using cucumber and mint, which are perfect to make on a really hot day.
If, like me, you don’t have too many gadgets in your kitchen, don’t worry! Most of these smoothies can be made in a simple blender.
If there is one thing I can’t stand, it’s bland food! So I have listed some delicious Paleo Spice Mix Recipes here to help you jazz things up a bit!
Homemade spice mixes can be designed to suit your palate and diet, so why not have some fun trying these out!
Just imagine how impressed your family will be when you provide them with barbecued meat smothered in homemade spice rubs or a wonderful Jamaican Jerk Pork Roast!
Some of the recipes below are for just the spice mix while other are entire recipes (with the spice mix plus the full dish).
It’s time to hash it out! Make this paleo chicken hash recipe for your friends and they’ll be fighting for the last bite.
In keeping with the paleo diet, this hash is dairy-free. You still want that buttery sweetness though, and that’s where coconut butter and ghee come into play.
If you’re getting tired of chicken and vegetables, you should try this recipe! Shrimp dishes are a great alternative to the chicken and beef rotation that can be so easy to fall into on a paleo diet.
I used to be intimidated by the idea of buying and cooking shrimp myself. Even though I liked it, I wasn’t convinced I could do it justice at home. I was wrong.
I have always found it difficult in the past to find recipes for desserts that are not full of processed sugar, wheat, and other non-Paleo ingredients, but now I can look through these Paleo Crockpot Dessert Recipes for inspiration.
Whether you are trying to lose weight or are following a plan for health reasons, I am sure you will find these dishes will fit the bill. This list includes recipes with fruit, yummy brownies, and my favorite – chocolate!
Obviously, desserts and sweets are a treat (even if they are Paleo), so enjoy them but be careful not to overindulge!
I was about to walk out the door when my stomach churned. There was this sudden gurgle like a pipe emptying, and I quickly shut the door, took off my coat, and quick stepped into the bathroom.
I kept wracking through my head – what could it be? Did I eat something bad AGAIN? Was it the spinach salad I had or maybe the beets?
That was the beginning of IBS for me, and after weeks of doctor appointments, poop tests, etc, all they came back with was..you have IBS, symptoms of which can be are bloating, gas, and diarrhea.
I walked into our apartment and joyfully told Jeremy the news: “The doctor told me I have IBS.”
Jeremy gave me a seriously confused look and said slowly, “So they told you what you already knew? That you have diarrhea?”
My good mood suddenly vanished as the truth hit me. The tests and weeks of waiting and the final diagnosis was all pointless. They had simply given me a label for my symptoms with no cure in sight!
When the summer heat hits…
You need something light and refreshing to cool you down.
Why not try one of these Paleo popsicle recipes?
There are zesty and flavorful fruity popsicles…
They’re perfect for a burst of flavor on a hot summer’s day.
There are sweet and delicious creamsicles…
Try these treats if you’re craving ice cream but you’re now dairy-free.
And there are rich and indulgent fudge pops…
As an added bonus, these are delicious as smoothies as well as frozen popsicles.
Have a look through the recipe list here or download it for later by clicking on the green button below.
I have to admit, I’m definitely quite squeamish, and the thought of using chicken feet to make bone broth came as a last minute necessity.
However, I needed chicken broth and there wasn’t anything else to get at the store (except they had bags of chicken feet for dirt cheap).
If you need to break out of a food rut…
Or put a fresh twist on favorite recipes…
Salsas are the way to go!
For a Mexican-inspired taste to your dishes:
You can drizzle these over steak, meatballs or other red meats.
For a chunky salsa which doubles up as a snack:
Toss these together with some green leaves and you’ll have a light salad.
For a zesty fruity salsa perfect for the summer:
These salsas pair well with pork, poultry and fish dishes.
Remember: you can always add more or less spice to your salsa, depending on your taste!
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