Paleo 4th of July Recipes
If you celebrate Independence Day in the United States this July 4th, then here are some Red, White, and Blue Paleo recipes to help you celebrate.
Use the table of contents to jump straight to each section (we’ve gone color-crazy in this post). There are red Paleo recipes, white Paleo recipes, and blue Paleo recipes. And we’ve got some really festive Paleo recipes that are red, white, AND blue!
Table Of Contents For Paleo 4th of July Recipes
- Paleo 4th of July Recipes that are Red
- Paleo 4th of July Recipes that are White
- Paleo 4th of July Recipes that are Blue
- Paleo 4th of July Recipes that are Red, White, and Blue
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For a simple Paleo salad, cherry or grape tomatoes with olive oil and fresh basil is a great choice. Goes great with grilled burgers or chicken.
Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified
Ingredients: ground beef, almond flour, onion, tomato paste, egg, cilantro, garlic powder, black pepper, oregano, tomato sauce, salsa, red pepper flakes, zucchini, seasonings.
Delicious meatballs in a salsa sauce with zucchini noodles make this dinner dish. With loads of cilantro, some oregano and garlic powder, you can make this meal in a snap without cheating on your diet.
– The Healthy Foodie
Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie
Ingredients: unsweetened coconut, raw hazelnuts, coconut flour, coconut oil, raw honey, blackstrap molasses, Himalayan salt, ground ginger, cinnamon, raw cashew pieces, full fat coconut milk, raw cauliflower, apple cider vinegar, vanilla extract, eggs, lemon juice, lemon zest, tapioca flour, strawberries, gelatin, cold water, maple syrup.
Who would have thought you could have a completely dairy-free strawberry cheesecake? Cheesecake is usually made using cream cheese, but not in this recipe. The secret ingredient? Cauliflower! It still tastes just like real cheesecake but without the dairy in it.
The tender pork tenderloins are covered with a homemade smoky BBQ glaze that is completely delicious and Paleo. Great idea for grilling out in the backyard or baking in the oven.
– Beauty and the Foodie
Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie
Ingredients: chicken drumettes, paprika, garlic powder, sea salt, celery seed (optional), black pepper, tomato sauce, tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, sweetener of choice, liquid smoke, worcestershire sauce, butter, molasses, garlic powder, sea salt, onion powder.
Tender chicken legs with a smoky homemade Paleo BBQ sauce baked right in your own oven. Easy to make and it serves 6 people so invite some friends over to share.
The homemade Paleo BBQ sauce for these ribs is very easy to make, simply stir together in saucepan. When ready, pour over your pork spare ribs and finish cooking. So tender they fall apart in your mouth.
This lovely and delicious citrus and pomegranate salad is loaded with oranges, tangerines and grapefruits with rose or orange blossom water and pistachios for a super refreshing side to a meal. It serves four people but you can double it for a large gathering.
This dish is super easy to make and well worth it. Just stick the ingredients in a crock pot, set and go. The juices from the bacon keep the chicken nice and moist while the seasonings give it a delightful flavor. It’s perfect for a party as you can make a large batch and let people help themselves.
Homemade grain-free Italian crackers make a great snack. Use them with your favorite dip or with a meal to sop up the juices. Fairly easy to make as it only takes 15 minutes prep and 10 minutes to cook.
– I Breathe I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Melissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: portobello mushroom caps, deli roast beef, onion, butter, garlic powder, kosher salt, black pepper, mayonnaise, dijon mustard, provolone cheese.
If just the name ‘Philly Cheesesteak’ can make your mouth water, then these stuffed mushrooms will take it to the next level. You can even make them with smaller mushrooms for a more bite-sized appetizer.
While this recipe takes a little patience to make, it is well worth any hassle. The best foods are always homemade and this ice cream is no exception. It’s sweet with a tad of tartness.
This recipe is a great way to get fish in your diet without that bland flavor. Tarragon and fresh lemon make this a great meal to serve for two people, however, you can increase the ingredients to serve more. Its super easy to make and will be gone in a flash.
– Slim Palate
Photo Credit: Josh from Slim Palate
Ingredients: palm shortening or butter, eggs, egg white, maple sugar, lemon juice, almond flour, cinnamon, ground ginger, ground nutmeg, baking soda, shredded coconut, raisins, pineapple, pecans, carrots, coconut flakes, maple syrup, cream of tartar or lemon juice, palm shortening or butter, vanilla.
Carrot cake, yum. This delicious recipe creates a decadent carrot cake that sticks to your Paleo diet, not your hips. Topped with a Swiss meringue buttercream frosting, it is a dessert to live for. Make this recipe for July 4th and really impress your friends!
Instead of the traditional potato salads, why not give this cauliflower mash recipe a try – it’ll fool a lot of people into thinking they’re eating mashed potatoes!
– Healy Eats Real
Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real
Ingredients: dates, coconut oil, arrowroot flour, coconut flour, baking soda, sea salt, vanilla extract, plain apple sauce, unsweetened coconut cream, full-fat coconut milk, maple syrup, blueberries.
This beautifully divine blueberry tart has a secret – it’s gluten-free and Paleo diet approved. It is completely delicious with a crust made from dates, arrowroot flour, coconut flour and applesauce. The creamy center is even better and topped with fresh blueberries.
– Running to the Kitchen
Photo Credit: Gina Matsoukas from Running to the Kitchen
Ingredients: wild blueberries, balsamic vinegar, coconut sugar, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, garlic clove, ground beef, onion, fresh herbs (sage and thyme), salt, pepper, goat milk brie, buns, bacon, baby arugula.
This unique twist on hamburgers will leave you wanting for more. Brie melted on seasoned burgers with a dazzling blueberry BBQ sauce is not your normal or classical old-fashioned burger. Top with bacon and you have a restaurant style burger without the restaurant style price.
– A Healthy Life for Me
Ingredients: blueberries, maple syrup, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, dried thyme, pork tenderloin, ground black pepper, sea salt.
Blueberries are great for making sauces, especially this one for pork tenderloins. Add some seasonings and a side of sautéed zucchini and onions and you have a delicious dinner for two.
– Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind
Photo Credit: Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind
Ingredients: raw pecan pieces, coconut flour, pure maple syrup, coconut oil, almond butter, sea salt, maple sugar, lemon zest, lemon juice, raw honey, eggs, unsalted cold butter.
These tartlets are sure to wow anyone who tries them. Sweet and tart all in one dish. Blueberry and lemon make a great pair to put together. No one will even know these are Paleo unless you tell them.
A new way to spark up those plain Brussel sprouts, just add blueberry, thyme and lime juice. Saute in a bit of butter and voila! Side dish complete.
– Cavegirl Cuisine
Ingredients: blueberries, coconut milk, raw honey, egg yolks, dark chocolate, vanilla.
This recipe should be called ‘Blueberry Chocolate Chunk Ice Crea’’ as it uses chunks of 72% dark chocolate. Completely dairy-free, it is the king of all desserts.
– Strictly Delicious
Ingredients: ribs, salt, dried sage, blueberries, balsamic vinegar, fresh thyme, garlic cloves, smoked salt.
This is sure to be a pleaser and doesn’t require a grill. Fall apart ribs with a blueberry balsamic glaze baked right in your own oven. Seasoned with sage, thyme and garlic salt.
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: blackberries or blueberries, lemon juice, water, gelatin, honey (optional), coconut yogurt or coconut cream, strawberries.
This elegant dessert is ketogenic and AIP-friendly so it’s a great one to serve when you’ve got guests with all sorts of dietary requirements.
Ingredients: seedless watermelon, feta cheese, blueberries.
What can make watermelon even better? Blueberries and feta. Arrange into a flag and serve at your next cookout for an appetizer tray that is sure to wow your guests.
– Super Healthy Kids
Ingredients: strawberries, water, vanilla yogurt, blueberries.
A cold tasty treat for summer fun, this flag popsicle uses strawberries, blueberries and yogurt to make the design. A great idea for the Fourth of July or anytime. So easy to make that the kids will enjoy doing it themselves.
– Bakers Royale
Ingredients: strawberries, vodka (optional), whip cream, blueberries, apricot sauce.
Super easy and really pretty, these crème filled strawberries are a healthy snack for the Fourth of July. You can even leave out the vodka so the kids can enjoy too.
– Steph Gaudreau
Ingredients: coconut water, lime juice, lime zest, raspberries, full-fat coconut milk, lemon juice, lemon zest, blueberries.
Turbo rocket popsicles with a twist – lime juice and actual fruit added to each layer. These wonderful popsicles are easy to make and change up the game on ice cream treats.
Fresh fruit layered with coconut cream make a festive dessert for a Fourth of July party or cookout. A tad of honey or vanilla extract added to the cream adds some more flavor.
– Living Healthy with Chocolate
Ingredients: almond flour, raw cacao powder, salt, chocolate chips, coconut oil, raw honey, vanilla extract, coconut cream, strawberries, bananas, blueberries, lemon or lime juice.
What’s better than pizza? How about fruit pizza with a chocolate brownie crust! Dairy-free and grain-free, this pizza makes a delicious snack or as dessert to a great meal.
Ingredients: coconut flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, kosher salt, coconut cream, maple syrup, vanilla extract, fresh mixed berries.
These delectable little berry tarts are gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan but taste utterly delicious. Easy to make, they are even easier to eat.