Paleo 101 Guide
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Paleo Chicken and Dumpling Soup Recipe

Janice | January 18

Some foods feel like a hug from the inside, and the Paleo Chicken and Dumpling Soup recipe is one of them.

It is the ultimate comfort food, but it is good for you, too. It is completely gluten-free and doesn’t contain any inflammatory ingredients. And if you are following an AIP diet, just be sure to omit the black pepper.

And a quick tip about cooking, after you drop in the dumpling better, do not stir the soup until the dumplings are completely cooked. 

Another tip, feel free to use slightly less chicken broth for a thicker, chunkier soup.

Be sure to check out all of my Paleo soup recipes for more delicious soup recipes.

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Paleo Sweet Potato Chili Recipe

Janice | January 18

If you’ve never had sweet potato chili, you are missing out! The subtle sweetness of the sweet potatoes married with the delicious earthy spices makes the perfect combination.

And it is ready in about 30 minutes. Of course, it tastes better the longer that you let it simmer, and it is out of this world delicious the next day.

But I never have enough willpower to resist eating it as soon as the sweet potatoes are soft. (Here’s a tip – cut them really small for faster cooking.)

Also, the recipe tastes just as delicious with ground turkey instead of ground beef. 

And it is easy to double, which you’ll want to do because it’ll definitely be a hot with your entire family.

And no one will miss the beans!

Don’t forget to check out all of my Paleo dinner recipes to find Paleo versions of all of your favorite recipes.

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Paleo Gingerbread Coffee Cake Recipe

Amy | December 20

Gingerbread is one of my cold weather favorite flavors. As soon as there is even a slight chill in the air, I start making all of my favorite gingerbread recipes.

However, this year, I decided to create a new gingerbread recipe, and I’m so happy I did!

My Paleo Gingerbread Coffee Cake is a delicious combination of coffee cake and gingerbread, and it’s perfect for breakfast or dessert. 

Plus, it’s incredibly easy to make – even if you aren’t much of a baker.

Even better, it’s made from natural ingredients. So, you don’t need to worry about serving your family and friends any preservatives or other iffy ingredients that are often found in store-bought baked goods.

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Paleo Hot Chocolate Pancakes Recipe

Amy | December 20

I adore pancakes and love to create as many different kinds as possible! And my gluten-free Paleo hot chocolate pancakes recipe is my newest creation, and it is delicious!

All of the delicious flavor of hot chocolate but in pancakes. How amazing is that?

Plus, all of the ingredients are easy to find online and  in most grocery stores. Even better, you can customize them to suit your tastes!

And if you want to enjoy the pancakes with a nice cup of Paleo Hot Chocolate with Spices, I won’t tell anyone!

Now, grab a mixing bowl as well as a few ingredients and make a batch of these hot chocolate pancakes today!

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Paleo Popovers Recipe

Amy | November 5

Popovers, also known as Yorkshire pudding, have been a favorite of mine since I was a child. Actually, I’ve been making this recipe for a while, and I have finally perfected them. 

Now, I want to share my Paleo popovers recipe with you. And don’t worry – they are easy to make. And with 6 easy-to-find ingredients, you’ll be able to make them anytime you want.

So, grab a bowl and whip up a batch of these Paleo popovers today!

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Paleo Cranberry Bars Recipe

Amy | November 5

As soon as cranberries hit the grocery store shelves, I’m in full holiday mode! Truly, cranberry season is the best season, in my opinion.

Now, I know cranberries have gotten a bad reputation – mainly due to the monstrosity of canned cranberry sauce. Do not let canned cranberry sauce trick you into disliking cranberries.

To prove how delicious cranberries are, I created this Paleo cranberry bars recipe. And let me tell you, it’s one of my favorite recipes I’ve ever made.

It’s just sweet enough but not enough to overpower the deliciously tart cranberries. And it’s incredibly easy to make.

So, grab a bag of cranberries as well as a few easy-to-find ingredients and make these Paleo cranberry bars today!

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Paleo Pop Tarts Recipe

Amy | October 9

Ever since I was a young child, I have loved pop tarts. Specifically, frosted pop tarts with fruit fillings. Those are absolutely the best, am I right?

So, after years of Paleo baking and missing my beloved pop tarts, I finally decided to make my own version.

And they are delicious! And healthier than the store-bought kind, which are full of iffy, hard-to-pronounce ingredients.

Even better, you can absolutely customize your pop tarts with any filling you want! 

Like I said, I adore fruit filling, but you can definitely use melted chocolate if you prefer. And, of course, you can use any flavor jam you like. 

Now, get out your rolling pin and a few easy-to-find ingredients and find out for yourself how delicious my pop tarts recipe is.

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Paleo Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe

Amy | October 7

Honestly, the best part of any egg roll is the filling, which is why egg roll in a bowl recipes are so popular.

So, I figured I would try it for myself, and I was glad I did! 

It’s a delicious and filling meal that will give you lots of protein and healthy vegetables, and you just have one pan to clean.

Plus, it’s really inexpensive to make and faster than most takeout meals. And much healthier, too, since you know exactly what’s in it.

Grab a pan as well as a few easy-to-find ingredients and try this recipe tonight!

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Paleo Walnut Brownies Recipe

Louise | September 16

I adore brownies, and my Paleo Chocolate Walnut Brownies recipe is one of my favorite brownies recipes ever.

It’s packed full of delicious chocolate flavor with a slight crunch from the walnuts.

And to make it even more chocolatey, you can add chocolate chips to make it a double chocolate brownies recipe.

Even better, these brownies are made from real ingredients that are pretty easy to find in most grocery stores and online.

So, grab a pan and a few Paleo-friendly ingredients and you’ll have a batch of chocolate walnut brownies ready in no time.

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Paleo One-Pan Beef and Broccoli Recipe

Louise | September 10

In less than 30 minutes, you can have this delicious Paleo One-Pan Beef and Broccoli Recipe on your table, which is faster than takeout or delivery. 

And it is just a fraction of the cost of what you would pay at a restaurant for a similar dish. Plus, it isn’t filled with iffy ingredients that are found in many restaurant dishes.

Even better, as the name suggests, you’ll just have one pan to clean. So, you can spend your evening relaxing with a good book or your favorite Netflix show instead of spending a lot of time cleaning up.

And I’ve included a list of modifications and cooking tips to help you customize the recipe to make it even easier to prepare.

So, grab a skillet and a few easy-to-find ingredients and get cooking!

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Paleo Creamy Spinach and Artichoke “Spaghetti” Recipe

Louise | August 12

Starting a Paleo diet doesn’t mean you’ll have to give up your favorite meals. With a few easy swaps, you can still enjoy your favorite recipes and not feel guilty about it.

That’s why I love creating Paleo recipes so I can do all of the work for you. 

And this recipe is completely nut-free for those who have nut sensitivities but still want to enjoy creamy, dairy-free meals.

And did I mention that this recipe is also completely plant-based? Of course, you can add some sauteed chicken to the recipe if you like, but I think it’s just as delicious meatless.

A Paleo diet never tasted so good!

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Paleo Deconstructed Sushi “Noodle” Bowls Recipe

Louise | August 12

Honestly, there are not a lot of foods that I miss from the days before I decided to start a Paleo diet. I’ve been able to recreate so many of my favorite recipes into Paleo versions that I never felt deprived.

However, there is one food that I truly missed, and that was sushi.

But now, I created the perfect recipe that has all of the taste of my favorite salmon roll but without any rice. And it’s absolutely delicious. Plus, you don’t have to cook it, which makes it the perfect meal on a hot day.

And since the recipe doesn’t have sushi rice, it’s low carb as well.

I’m so happy to share it with you so you can enjoy sushi while on a Paleo diet.

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Paleo Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers Recipe

Louise | July 5

It is no secret that I adore recipes that are flavorful as well as easy to make, and my Paleo Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers Recipe is both.

In about 30 minutes, you’ll have delicious stuffed pepper on the table that will taste like it took you hours to cook.

And it’s made using an air fryer so you don’t have to worry about a hot oven heating up your kitchen.

Plus, it’s low carb as well as Paleo. However, your friends and family will never know – unless you tell them, of course.

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Paleo Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Meatloaf Recipe

Louise | July 5

I’ll admit it – it took me years to like meatloaf. I always thought meatloaf was a bit bland and flavorless. And the worst part was that it was always either dry or mushy.

However, once I learned how good meatloaf can taste, I became a true fan and make it all of the time. I love to freeze it in individual slices and then reheat it in my oven or air fryer for a quick lunch or pair it with a simple salad for an easy dinner.

But lately, I’ve been cooking my Paleo Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Meatloaf Recipe once a week because I cannot get enough of it! I like to drizzle a bit of my dairy-free Paleo ranch dressing on top. 

But if you are not a fan of spicy food, you can simply use less buffalo sauce. Or you can simply use my Paleo BBQ sauce instead of hot sauce. I guarantee it will be just as delicious!

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Paleo Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf Recipe

Louise | June 7

Bursting with real lemon flavor, this Paleo Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf Recipe has become one of my new favorite dessert recipes. 

And with the weather starting to warm up, it is the perfect light dessert for a warm summer day. But it’s also delicious any time of the year!

When I created this recipe, my goal was to use ingredients that are easy-to-find in stores or online, and I am so happy that I succeeded. And since I used one flour, it’ll be easier on your wallet instead of buying 2 different Paleo flours.

So, grab some lemons, almond flour and a few other easy-to-find Paleo ingredients and make one of the easiest loaf cakes you’ll ever bake.

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