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64 AIP & Paleo Pressure Cooker Recipes (Instant Pot)

Written by Louise Hendon on February 8

I used to be a die-hard slow cooker fan, and I still love my slow cookers. But I’ve recently started loving the Instant Pot (an easy-to-use and multi-functional pressure cooker).

If you don’t have one of these yet, then I highly recommend getting one from Amazon here – it’s a great investment! Then, use your Instapot to try these delicious Paleo pressure cooker recipes.

There are 64 pressure cooker recipes to try, and we’ve grouped them by meat type to help make your meal planning a bit easier. There’s even a handy table of contents to make jumping from section to section easier.
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Raw Egg Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipe [Paleo, Dairy-Free, High-Protein]

Written by Louise Hendon on February 3

If you’re a fan of smoothies, but not a fan of eating meat, then this is a great recipe for getting more protein into your diet. The raw egg makes the smoothie super creamy (it’s as if you added in cream!).

The idea for this recipe came to me after seeing Mark’s Primal Egg Coffee which uses raw egg yolks to make coffee creamy and nutritious.

Note: Always make sure your eggs are fresh!
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Vermont Maple Doughnuts from World’s Easiest Paleo Baking

Written by Louise Hendon on February 2

This delicious Paleo doughnut recipe is from Elizabeth Barbone’s new book, World’s Easiest Paleo Baking. (You can read our review of the book here). Her book is filled with absolutely amazing Paleo desserts, breads, and snacks, and all of them are really simple to make. So, if you’re looking to do some baking with Paleo flours, then check out this new cookbook – you can get the book from Amazon here.

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9 Last Minute Paleo-Inspired Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Written by Louise Hendon on February 1

It’s getting close to Valentine’s Day, and while I agree it’s highly over-commercialized, it’s still fun to give and receive gifts. I encourage you to pick a different day to exchange gifts or to buy a small gift for yourself…just because.

But, if you’re like me and still trying to figure out what gift to get your loved one, then hopefully this list of Paleo-inspired Valentine’s Day gifts will help.

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Caffeine, Tea, and Paleo

Written by Louise Hendon on January 29

This guest post is by Will from California Tea House. If you’re looking for some new teas to try, then why not give his favorites a try – the Fruity Dream is a blend of hibiscus blossoms, rose hip peels, apple preserves, kiwi bits, strawberry slices, elderberries, citrus peels, strawberries, marigold and cornflower blooms and apricots, and the Pomegranate Peony is a one of a kind blend of pomegranate preserves, rose-hips and stevia blended with the finest grade of white peony tea.

If you’re interested in buying some tea from California Tea House, then use this coupon code, PALEO10, to get 10% off plus free shipping.

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28 Guilt-Free Paleo Pie Recipes (Dessert Style)

Written by Louise Hendon on January 28

Post by Lucha: World traveler, culinary student and Media Director at Paleo Flourish Magazine. Lucha will try most food but prefers Indian, Thai and Mexican food above all else. She is currently either cooking, eating, grocery shopping, or browsing recipes on Pinterest.

Although cakes and cookies might be more popular overall, pies are special in many ways.  Around holidays in particular, pies are traditional and prized.  From chocolate pies to the famous American Apple Pie, they’re deliciously diverse.  But they’re not typically very healthy, so they’re sorely missed on almost any diet.  Below is the solution, though – a full list of the absolute best Paleo pie recipes.  We’ve included a big selection so that you’ll be able to find one no matter what.

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Easy Nut & Seed “Granola” Recipe (Keto, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free)

Written by Louise Hendon on January 27

This is an easy breakfast “granola” recipe, and it’s great if you’re looking to go sugar-free or on a ketogenic diet. You can also make a large batch of this ketogenic granola recipe in advance and eat it in the mornings like you would with other granola (except this recipe doesn’t contain oats).

And if you’re wondering why oats are not Paleo, then check out this article.
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Paleo Baby Italian Quiche Recipe – Guest Post from Joyful Bite

Written by Louise Hendon on January 26

Kaylie Johnson is a teenage home chef and is author at Joyful Bite. She has fallen in love with the beauty of whole foods and the paleo lifestyle as she has walked out of auto-immune health disorders and into vibrant health! Creating healthy paleo dishes is one of her passions and she’s thrilled to share this love of holistic health and good food with others! You can learn more about Kaylie here. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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35 Amazing Paleo Waffle Recipes

Written by Louise Hendon on January 21

Post by Lucha: World traveler, culinary student and Media Director at Paleo Flourish Magazine. Lucha will try most food but prefers Indian, Thai and Mexican food above all else. She is currently either cooking, eating, grocery shopping, or browsing recipes on Pinterest.

From Eggo to The Waffle House, waffles are incredibly popular these days.  And the varieties are endless: Belgian, chocolate chip, blueberry, and countless others.  Sadly, though, most waffles are extremely processed, and their typical toppings are often worse.  That’s why I know that you’ll love this list of the best Paleo waffle recipes.  These waffles are nutritious and yet still perfect for breakfast or any other time.

We’ve found a mix of both traditional and very non-traditional Paleo waffle recipes, so you should be able to find at least one recipe to suit your tastes.

(Of course, you will need to have a waffle iron in order to make these waffle recipes!)

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The Beginner’s Guide to Essential Oils

Written by Louise Hendon on January 17

If you’re new to essential oils, then you’re in for a treat. These oils have been used for thousands of years for health, relaxation, as well as ceremonies.

It’s no wonder that essential oils are more popular than they’ve ever been.

In this beginner guide to essential oils, I’ll show you the scientific reason why essential oils could be beneficial to your health – as well as 19 easy ways to use essential oils in your daily life.

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What are essential oils?

Here are a few basic facts about essential oils to help you get started.

  • Basically, pure essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts that contain the parts of the plant that provide its characteristic fragrance.
  • Essential oils are typically sold in small dark-colored bottles (to ensure they don’t oxidize) with a dropper or a dripper-top so you can drip the essential oil out one drop at a time.
  • Most essential oils are colorless or pale yellow in color and are liquid at room temperature.
  • Unlike cooking oils (such as olive oil, coconut oil, butter, seed oils, etc.), essential oils don’t feel greasy or oily. They evaporate very quickly and behave almost like an alcohol.
  • Generally, they’re less dense than water. They’re also not water-soluble, so if you add a few drops to water, you’ll see them float on top. However, if you add essential oils to other oils (like olive oil), they’ll mix together very well. That’s why many people dilute essential oils in another oil (known as a carrier oil – they carry the essential oil).
  • According to Robert Tisserand in Essential Oil Safety, “the word “essential” [in essential oils] is used to reflect the intrinsic nature or essence of the plant.”

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The Scientifically Proven Way to Slow Aging

Written by Jeremy Hendon on January 15

The fountain of youth has been written about and sought out for over 2,500 years. It’s unlikely that we’re going to stumble upon the mythological fountain any day soon now.

However, modern technology is rapidly approaching the ability to slow down or even reverse aging. And until we get there, modern science is already pretty clear on exactly what causes aging and what we can do immediately to slow it down.

For instance, here’s a recent study (conducted on blackbirds) that deals directly with this question and comes to the same answer that pretty much all other studies are getting:

Repeated stressors in adulthood increase the rate of biological aging.

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