I eat a fair number of eggs – it’s a super fast and easy breakfast (especially with a few strips of bacon). But I’ve always had trouble making perfect over easy eggs (which is how I like them) until Jeremy’s mom taught me this simple trick!
I was never a huge fan of barbecue sauce, but when we made it one day in my culinary program, in a perfect dish with pork and pineapples, I finally gained an appreciation for this special sauce.
I bought some lemon thyme (a lemony-tasting thyme plant as the name suggests) from Whole Foods a few months ago and it’s been flourishing in the garden despite the drought here.
And since it’s been so hot in California over the past few weeks, I thought some lemon thyme infused iced tea would help cool things down a bit. And if you prefer a sweet-tasting iced tea, then try the plum infused tea recipe here.
My mum’s plum tree went crazy this year, and we had plums everywhere. If you open the fridge, there’s a whole bucket full of juicy plums, and if you walk outside, you have to be careful not to squish any plums that rolled onto the ground!
So, to help her eat her delicious plums, I’ve been devising new recipes using them.
This plum infused iced tea is superb for the summer months – plus it’s simple and gives a nice twist to your typical iced teas.
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We got to thinking recently… there sure are a lot of amazing Paleo recipes out there, but all the cookbooks are from just one amazing Paleo cook. So why don’t we create a free online cookbook so that you have free access to all of these amazing recipes!
So, we’ve taken the best recipes and compiled them as an easy-to-use list here for you to access anytime anywhere! We’ve designed it in a cookbook style with a table of contents at the beginning as well.
Bookmark this page and come back to it any time you want to try another recipe.
Table Of Contents To The Best Paleo Recipes
- Paleo Breakfast Recipes
- Paleo Appetizer Recipes
- Paleo Entree Recipes
- Paleo Chicken Entree Recipes
- Paleo Beef Entree Recipes
- Paleo Pork Entree Recipes
- Paleo Fish/Seafood Entree Recipes
- Paleo Lamb Entree Recipes
- Paleo Vegetarian Entree Recipes
- Paleo Entree Recipes – Others
- Paleo Side Recipes
- Paleo Dessert Recipes
- Paleo Drinks Recipes
- Paleo Snacks Recipes
Cheese was one of the last foods I stopped eating after starting a Paleo diet – it was simply too hard to resist at first.
Luckily, I found cashew cheese as an easy and delicious replacement. Give it a try and pin the infographic below on how to make cashew cheese so you don’t forget – it’s super easy to make and has a nice creamy texture very much like cream cheese. In fact, it also looks very similar to cream cheese.
My favorite use for cashew cheese is in this recipe for bacon wrapped dates stuffed with cashew cheese.
I used to love bacon wrapped dates stuffed with cheese – we would always make them as an appetizer when guests came over. But since going Paleo, I’ve had to change the recipe to get rid of the regular dairy cheese. Instead, I’ve replaced it with this amazing cashew cheese.
For steps on how to make cashew cheese, take a look at this recipe.
The lazy days of summer can lend themselves to a lot of ordering in. It’s always healthier to cook your own food but sometimes the heat (i.e. the laziness) can get in the way. I’ve thought of a happy medium to solve this issue-–make breakfast and lunch at the same time!
I am eating my way through a bowl of this as I type, and I can’t help smiling – it is such a happy dish with the essence of spring in a bowl.
I was more than a bit skeptical when Jeremy announced that adding guacamole to his scrambled eggs was his new favorite breakfast dish, but when I tried it, I had to admit, it was surprisingly delicious!
ChihYu is the recipe developer, photographer, and writer behind the blog I Heart Umami – a recipe inspiration site for Asian food lovers on a Paleo diet and lifestyle. ChihYu’s passion is re-inventing the recipes of her childhood for healthier, lighter, and easier versions without sacrificing the authenticity. She aims to introduce recipes that are popular in Asia but sometimes not commonly known in the Western world and recreate them for paleo food lovers. Download ChihYu’s free meal plan and beginner’s guide to the Asian Paleo diet and follow her on Instagram @ IHeartUmami.NY!
These gluten-free dessert dumplings will bring a big smile to your face. Guaranteed.
Last week we rounded up the best savory, meat-filled Paleo breakfast recipes we could find. For the vegetarian crowd or simply for fans of a sweeter accompaniment to your morning cuppa joe, this week we bring you our favorite Paleo coffee cake recipes!