As the summer approaches, firing up the grill is an excellent option for creating fast and delicious meals. These grilled chicken skewers are easy to make and the garlic sauce is simply delicious with it.
Pasta was one of my staples during college. You just boil some pasta and dump some store-bought tomato sauce on top and dinner was ready. It was fast, easy, and quite delicious. Just not very healthy…
Then I realized I could recreate the same meal almost as quickly but with low carb, ketogenic, and Paleo ingredients!
There are tons of different ways to create Paleo pasta – from shirataki noodles, to cucumber noodles, to spiralized zucchini, to sweet potato noodles, to even using Paleo flours to roll out noodles of your own. And as for the tomato sauce, well that’s pretty easy too especially with some fresh basil leaves, which you can grow in a pot on your kitchen window sill.
And to make this recipe even more tasty and to add in some healthy fats, I added coconut milk into the tomato sauce.
So, next time you’re strapped for time to make dinner, try this creamy Paleo pasta recipe – it takes just 25 minutes from start to finish.
When you first start a ketogenic diet, it can be tough to find delicious recipes that fit your new diet, and so we’re here to help! We’ve compiled this gigantic list of ketogenic chicken recipes so that you won’t run out of food.
There’s even a clickable table of contents so you can skip easily and quickly to the ketogenic chicken recipes you want.
All these recipes are also Paleo, low carb, and dairy-free. It’s a pretty healthy bunch of delicious chicken recipes! Hope you enjoy them. And if you want us to email this giant list of ketogenic chicken recipes to you so you can keep referring back to it, just click any of the green buttons on this page.
(NOTE – the ketogenic diet is a high fat diet, and chicken is a fairly low-fat meat unless you eat the skin or organ meats, so make sure you’re taking in plenty of fat when cooking chicken for dinner. And if you’re looking for a ketogenic diet food list, then check out our comprehensive ketogenic diet food list and downloadable PDF here.)
If you’re looking for an easy breakfast or snack that isn’t eggs, then make these mini meatloaves in advance and heat up when you want to eat them.
They’re easy to make and are Paleo, nut-free, egg-free as well as autoimmune-friendly (AIP). For more about the autoimmune protocol – check out this article.
And if you’re looking for some other Paleo breakfast recipes, then check out our list here.
These spinach basil chicken meatballs are delicious and healthy. It’s autoimmune protocol-friendly (AIP) and if you omit the sauce, they are also keto-friendly.
Plus, if you’re always trying to get yourself (or your kids perhaps) to eat more spinach, then this is a really easy and tasty way.
Serve for dinner or as an appetizer.
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.
So in honor of this highly popular cut of meat, we’ve put together this giant list of Paleo chicken breast recipes. From dicing it to pan searing it to making it into “sandwiches”, there’s a lot of variety!
And if you’re interested in just how healthy chicken is, check out our article here.
I was feeling a bit tired a few days ago and fearing that I had a cold coming down, I quickly made some nourishing Paleo chicken noodle soup. It’s just one of those foods that’s so comforting to eat!
Of course, instead of regular noodles, I used Paleo noodles – in this case zucchini noodles, which are really easy to make and taste really good in this soup.
This recipe is so easy – and it’s AIP-friendly too!
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One of my most popular recipes is my slow cooker bacon and chicken recipe, so I started thinking one day how else I could combine bacon and chicken into one delicious creation. And that’s how this recipe was born.
You might have already seen a version of this recipe that I guest posted on Mark’s Daily Apple, but here’s a version that’s even easier and completely AIP.
I call it Garlic Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites – super descriptive I know!
I’ve always loved chicken salad recipes – you can make a large batch and store them easily in the fridge. And they’re great as a quick snack, a side dish, or even an entire meal if you’re hungry!
But most chicken salad recipes involve mayo (recipe here), which is not only a hassle to make on a Paleo diet but also isn’t AIP-friendly if you have autoimmune issues (read more about AIP here and get the AIP Food List here).
And onto this AIP chicken salad recipe…