Bone broth is one of our favorite drinks! It’s nourishing, warming, filling, and absolutely delicious.
But the first few times you try making bone broth, it can be really daunting. How much bones do you need? What type of bones? How long should you cook it for? Is it gelatinous enough? Can you reuse the bones?
We’ve tried to make it easier for you by finding 15 unique and delicious bone broth recipes below that you can follow step-by-step to produce this delicious elixir.
You can download this list of 15 Paleo bone broth recipes by clicking the green button below (this send you a clickable PDF of this post so that you can keep it handy and refer back to it).
If you don’t have time to make your own Paleo bone broth, don’t worry, you can still get all the benefits of bone broth without lifting a finger. Companies like Kettle & Fire have done all the work for you, creating delicious bone broth concoctions. (If you want to buy bone broth from them, use the promo code PALEOMAGAZINE15 and save 15% off your first order.)
While you don’t have to eat any Paleo snacks on a Paleo diet, sometimes they can be essential to prevent you from falling off the diet!
And if you’re taking a long flight, a road trip, a vacation, or you often stay at the office late, then having some Paleo snacks around can be super helpful.
So, here’s our list of the best Paleo snacks for all occasions. There are 18 snacks that you can purchase from the store or from Amazon or from Thrive Market, and there are also 27 Paleo snack recipes that you can make in under 30 minutes.
And if you’re looking for snacks for a long flight, then check out this list instead.
‘Tis the season for Paleo pecan pie recipes! Enjoy this delicious dessert without all the gluten and processed sugars.
While searching for amazingly delicious Paleo pecan pie recipes, we discovered several recipes that transform the flavor and crunch of traditional pies into bars instead. And after some more searching, we found a few other creative pecan pie recipes like pecan pie cookies and truffles.
You’ll find all 21 of these tempting Paleo pecan pie dessert recipes below – we hope they help you celebrate this holiday season Paleo-style.
Click the green button below to download this entire list of pecan pie recipes (we’ll email you a PDF immediately of this post).
I actually wasn’t sure if I should call these mini spinach meatloaves or spinach egg muffins as they’re partially both. There’s both beef and pork (as well as veggies) in them but also eggs to hold everything together well.
Whatever you choose to call these, they make a really nutritious and filling snack if you’re hungry. They can also make a great breakfast, packed lunch, or dinner! They’re easy to make (you do need a muffin tray though) and easy to eat. Plus, they’re low in carbs and suitable for both a Paleo and Ketogenic diet.
You can make these mini spinach meatloaves in advance and keep them in the fridge for a few days to eat so you don’t have to be cooking every day.
I love bone broth, and I often make it in my slow cooker – I usually go for a really really simple bone broth recipe (like this one) and then add in spices when I drink it or add in vegetables and herbs when I make soups with it.
But you can also make flavored bone broth directly by adding in vegetables to the slow cooker so that all those delicious flavors cook into the bone broth. One of my favorite additions to bone broth is ginger and carrots. They add a delicious and warming flavor to the broth (the flavor is very delicate and not overwhelming).
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This is a colorful appetizer recipe that you can serve to guests at a party or make as a snack for when you’re hungry. It’s easy and quick to throw together so this could become a simple go-to recipe for you.
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One of the easiest and most nutritious breakfasts you can eat is eggs with avocado. But to make it more interesting, why not give this easy baked egg in avocado recipe a try – you have to cook the eggs in some way anyway, so why not cook it in the avocado!
You might love this recipe so much that it becomes your regular breakfast dish (plus it’s so easy to make)! In addition, it’s Paleo and ketogenic (low carb) so you’ll be getting lots of healthy fats without the sugar that’s loaded in many breakfast recipes. This dish will keep you energized throughout your morning.
I’ve always enjoyed the combination of pork and apples – the sweetness from the apple complements the pork flavor and the slight acidity from the fruit helps to cut through the fat in the meat.
In this dish, I’ve created a simple green apple radish salsa using green apples, water radishes, and ginger to go with some easy pan-fried pork chops. I also served the pork with some mustard for additional flavor.
You can use any cut of pork if you don’t have pork chops available. Pork tenderloin or pork loin steaks also works really well with this salsa. I wanted a really easy and quick dinner so I used a thin pork chop steak that is common in Europe. If you want to learn how to pan-fry pork tenderloin, then check out this recipe here.
Perhaps what’s best about this recipe is that it’s Paleo, Ketogenic (low carb), and AIP-friendly (just omit the mustard I suggest serving the pork with). So you can enjoy this easy and quick dinner recipe no matter what your dietary restrictions are.
This recipe is such an easy dessert, and it’s perfect if you have some leftover apple from another dish. You can make a quick and delicious Paleo dessert with just a few minutes of prep.
If you haven’t come across tahini paste before, it’s roasted sesame seeds ground into a thick paste. It definitely smells like sesame seeds, and you can get different colored tahini paste based on what color sesame seeds were used to make it. The consistency is similar to that of nut butter and it definitely tastes slightly nutty in flavor as well. Tahini paste has been used for centuries and is still used in many cuisines including that of many Middle Eastern regions.
If you don’t have tahini paste, then you can use almond butter instead in this recipe.
For the chocolate coating, you can use any type of dark chocolate you have available. If you’re staying mostly Paleo, then try to use dark chocolate over 70% cacao. This will have lower amounts of sugar in the chocolate. You can also use chocolate chips like the Enjoy Life chocolate chips, which are free of many allergens including soy. If you prefer to avoid as much sugar as possible, then use 100% dark chocolate for this recipe.
The ketogenic diet is getting more and more popular, and for good reason – it’s helped a lot of people lose weight, get healthier, and get more energy.
So, in this article, I’ll detail what the ketogenic diet is, what do you eat, what don’t you eat, who should do it, and how best to get started on a ketogenic diet.
I’ll answer a lot of frequently answered questions in this post, from how it’s different to Atkins and Paleo to whether you need to take exogenous ketones and how to measure your ketone levels.
A ketogenic diet can be a fantastic tool, but just like the handy hammer, it’s important to understand what it is, when to use it, how you can use it properly, and what to do when it doesn’t work.
If you want to skip to a specific section, then just use the table of contents below:
A keto or ketogenic diet is a diet that causes your body to burn fat (in the form of ketones) rather than sugar (in the form of glucose/glycogen). I’ll explain a little more in detail below, but you basically do this by eating a lot of fat and very little carbohydrates.
There’s a lot of confusion about just how much fat, protein, and carbohydrates you should eat on a ketogenic diet, and that’s because there are now several types of ketogenic diets. Most of the research has focused on the very high fat (standard) ketogenic diet. But if you’re looking for weight loss benefits then a high-protein ketogenic diet might help more.
Knowing what to eat on a Ketogenic diet can really help you get started quickly and easily. So we’ve created a free 7-day ketogenic diet meal plan to help you start a keto diet with as little effort as possible.
You can download this entire meal plan as a PDF or Kindle/epub version by clicking this link.
Or use the table of contents below to navigate through the different days. You’ll find all the ketogenic recipes used in this meal plan on this page (ingredients, instructions, and nutritional data as well as a photo of the recipe so you know what you’re making).
Our free ketogenic diet meal plan covers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Some days, there’s an optional snack as well. You’ll need to check the yield for each recipe to make sure you make enough of the recipe for however many people there are eating. The nutritional data for the recipes are estimates based on each serving.
This is a really easy and quick dinner to prepare using easy to find ingredients like Italian seasoning, eggs, tomatoes, and chicken breast. Make this Tuscan chicken pasta dish on days when you don’t have much time to cook.