This is a guest post from Kelly Smith of The Nourishing Home. Kelly just released her fantastic baking cookbook, Everyday Grain-Free Baking, which you can purchase on Amazon by clicking here. And this delicious recipe below is from the cookbook. So if you enjoy the recipe, then please check out her cookbook! And if you want to read more about her cookbook, then check out our review here.
Banana bread holds a special place in my heart. Growing up, I had a nanny who would make a big loaf every Friday afternoon, complete with chocolate chips! She would let me lick the bowl and spatula after she was done and of course we’d be nibbling away at the loaf all weekend long.
This is such an easy recipe! I started using deli turkey as a wrap back in the days when I did low carb, and I still use it occasionally to make quick snacks or breakfasts like this one.
Deli turkey works amazingly well as a wrap and adds a ton of flavor too. The only thing to watch out for is which deli turkey brand you purchase.
Pancakes seem to be an American breakfast tradition, so having just become an official US citizen, I thought I’d make these to celebrate.
This Paleo chocolate pancake recipe is a modified version of the coconut pancake recipe here. And if you’re looking for an even simpler Paleo pancake recipe, then check out the 2-ingredient pancake recipe here.
Whether you eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday (aka Pancake Day) like the Brits or you want to partake in your annual Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast while keeping your Paleo diet intact, you will be glad to know that you aren’t out of luck. You can use some of our favorite Paleo-friendly flours such as almond flour, or for those with nut allergies, there are plenty of delicious nut-free options as well.
This healthy Poblano Breakfast Enchilada recipe is a guest post from Rebecca Lewis. Rebecca is a young blogger from Texas who came up with this recipe during a Whole30 challenge. One of her great passions is barefoot running, hence her site name, Barefoot Thunder. This is her first recipe and we are looking forward to seeing what else she creates! You can find out more about her and read her musings on life at her blog.
I had been wanting to make some bacon cups ever since one of my readers sent me a link to a company that sold some form of device for making bacon cups!
It’s a handy cup for filling up with simple salads, and it’s not only “cute” but also delicious!
Our time in India was fantastic (3 Indian cooking classes, a camel ride in the Thar desert, meeting random travelers, seeing the beautiful Lakes of Udaipur, marveling at the amazing colors in Jodhpur, and so much more). It’s definitely gotten me excited about cooking more Indian dishes too.
One of the most common things we had in India was Masala Chai (Tea). We drank it with fresh goat’s milk in the middle of the Thar desert with some villagers, we had it at a random deserted road-side stall, and we made it in every single cooking class we attended.
I was at one of Nom Nom Paleo’s book signings recently, and an audience member asked what was the best way of preventing egg muffins from sticking to the muffin pan. Diane Rodgers and Melissa Joulwan were also there, and some interesting answers came up.
I had my own thoughts about what would work to prevent sticking, but I went ahead and did some experiments (i.e., I made some egg muffins under various conditions)! And since egg muffins are a fantastic pre-prepared Paleo breakfast/snack, I thought I’d share my findings here so no one has to scrub their muffin pan again.
Below are my 3 best methods for preventing egg muffins from sticking to the muffin pan: