Sadie of Goodies Against the Grain is a 12-year old baker and foodie who went gluten-free because of food allergies. She missed eating delicious treats so she started creating gluten-free versions to share with friends and family! This Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Biscotti recipe is from her blog. Check out more of her great recipes at Goodies Against the Grain and connect with Sadie via her Facebook page!
Marie is the face behind a French Paleo website called Influence Paleo. She does an amazing job of spreading Paleo movement and Paleo nutrition to the French community.
The French is well known for their excellent cuisine, so I was really excited when Marie agreed to share some of her French creations just in time for Christmas. Below is the gingerbread recipe, but there are also links to other ones (like her spicy orange clementine salad and marzipan recipe). Check them out!
Kelly Bejelly is the recipe developer, writer and photographer behind the popular grain-free food blog, Agirlworthsaving.net. She is the author of cookbook, Paleo Eats: 101 Comforting Gluten-Free, Grain-Free and Dairy-Free Recipes for the Foodie in You. After being diagnosed as pre-diabetic in 2009, in a last ditch effort to save herself, she tried the Paleo diet. Within six months, she lost 65 lbs., normalized her blood sugars and ended her battle with mental anxiety and depression. Her cooking style focuses on “Paleo Cooking from Heart™”. For even more of her recipes delivered to your phone or computer, you can follow her on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
There is just nothing like a chocolate chip cookie hot out of the oven. Paleo or not, there are few that will disagree with that statement.
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.
‘Tis the season …. to put all that pumpkin filling to good use! Whether it’s pumpkin pie, pumpkin soup or some other delicious pumpkin creation, now’s the time to get in the holiday spirit with our favorite squash plant in all its culinary forms.
These super easy Paleo coconut chocolate macaroons are seriously delicious. And once you learn just how easy and fast they are to make, you’ll want to keep making them over and over again!
Please don’t get turned off by all the “free” things in the title! It’s actually pretty good despite not having most of the traditional ingredients for cookies! I found this recipe on George’s Civilized Caveman Cooking website – please go there for the full list of ingredients.
It’s also a very simple recipe. In a large bowl, combine the eggs with some vanilla extract and pinch of sea salt. I of course was very generous with my own homemade vanilla extract (see here).