Some restaurant-style recipes are way too complicated to try at home, but sometimes, the trick to making a restaurant worthy meal or dessert is as simple as adding a new or unexpected ingredient. That is definitely the case with this Paleo coconut lime cilantro ice cream! Adding the cilantro elevates this ice cream from simple dairy-free treat to something elegant. It might taste fancy but this ice cream is easy to make, with only four ingredients and an hour of hands on time, you don’t have to be a chef to love this fun tropical flavor combo.Continue reading
I love mug cakes because they are quick and easy to make. Plus, they are the perfect size. Rather than taking the time and dirtying a bunch of dishes making a full size cake that you’re tempted to eat way too much of, you can have a perfectly portioned cake in under ten minutes. There are hundreds of mug cake recipes out there but today, I would like to introduce you to a special one, our CoBionic Paleo chocolate mug cake. What makes this cake special isn’t that it’s grain free or that it’s packs a serious chocolate punch thanks to unsweetened cacao powder. What makes it special is the addition of CoBionic Indulgence, a collagen supplement with a delicious chocolate flavor. The collagen really takes this cake over the top from good to great!Continue reading
I love cooking with chicken because it is so versatile. From simple home cooking to fancy meals, perfect for date night or dinner parties, chicken can do it all. This Paleo coq au vin, falls somewhere between the two. It’s meaty and satisfying enough to serve to your family but fancy enough for a special occasion with red wine and smoky bacon. Don’t let the long ingredient list or the multi-step cooking process scare you away, this is a classic recipe and it isn’t hard to make. The flavor is well worth any extra steps and this dish will be on your table in under an hour, including prep. Not bad for a dinner party! So why not whip up a batch of cauli rice while you wait for your chicken to cook and set the table for a crowd.Continue reading
Ordering out can be a challenge when you’re Paleo. It seems like there are hidden ingredients everywhere from refined sugars to hidden grains. So what can you do about this problem? The solution is easy! If you can’t order take out, you’ll have to make it yourself. Don’t worry if that seems daunting at first. With quick and easy recipes like this Paleo pressure cooker beef and broccoli, you’ll wonder why you ever bothered to order from a restaurant. With succulent beef and tender broccoli, all in a savory asian-spiced sauce, this dish is the whole package. You can whip up the whole thing in under a half hour, and unlike picking up takeout, you can do the whole thing in your slippers!Continue reading
Nothing says Sunday dinner quite like pot roast. It’s the whole package, juicy beef, tender veggies, and a delicious savory gravy. If you find yourself missing pot roast now that you’re Paleo, we’ve got good news. Our Paleo pressure cooker pot roast is here to save the day, and the Sunday dinner! Not only does out version cut out the potatoes, for a Paleo-friendly take on the dish. It also cooks in a fraction of the time by making use of the pressure cooker. A delicious and diet-friendly pot roast on the table in under an hour might seem too good to be true, but try our recipe once and you’ll be a believer!Continue reading
Why must smoothies be a breakfast/brunch recipe? I always hear of people saying they had a smoothie for breakfast, but it never made sense to me why I couldn’t also have a smoothie for lunch and dinner (and maybe a midnight snack too)! If it’s a delicious smoothie, then it should be enjoyable ANYTIME.
And this smoothie is definitely one of those “enjoy anytime” ones!Continue reading
I love raspberries! They are my favorite fruit because they are tangy and fresh, and not too sweet. If you love raspberries too, we’ve got a great recipe for you. This Paleo raspberry milk smoothie is all about the raspberry flavor! It only has three ingredients, so it’s a breeze to whip up in your blender. Every ingredient serves a purpose. The raspberries provide the fruity base, the coconut milk adds a rich creamy note, and the CoBionic Foundation powder adds fiber, along with a pleasant sweet note. It’s the perfect combination and you’ll find yourself reaching for this easy smoothie recipe again and again!Continue reading
Eggplant, or aubergine, as they call it in the UK, is technically a fruit and not a vegetable. But as it’s mostly used like a vegetable (and doesn’t quite resemble any of the common fruits) we’ll call it a veggie for now.
Eggplants come in various colors, although purple is the most common one. They’re filled with nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin B6 and potassium.
If you’re trying to lose weight you might benefit from adding more eggplant in your diet. The fibers will help you feel full longer, and they’re great for your digestion, as well.
This collection of paleo eggplant recipes is guaranteed to make your mouth water! Casseroles, salads, eggplant curry, baba ganoush – even eggplant chips and fries!
What do coconut macaroons and coconut shrimp have in common? Coconut, of course! Whether the dish is sweet or savory, coconut adds a craveable nutty sweetness to any recipe. If you can’t get enough coconut flavor in your kitchen, we’ve got the ice cream recipe for you. Our Paleo creamy coconut ice cream only has four ingredients, and three of them are coconut-based. It simply doesn’t get more coconut-forward than that! So say hello to the tropical flavor you’ve been missing in the comfort of your own kitchen. With an array of coconutty ingredients in your pantry, creamy, creamy, dairy-free ice cream is in reach.Continue reading