This is a really versatile recipe – it can be a great breakfast option or a quick dessert/snack! And you can add as little (or none) or as much honey as you want.
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George from Civilized Caveman Cooking is one of THE NICEST people I know! So, I was really thrilled when he posted my guest post on Apple Tartlets. These things are delicious!
I’ve had a lot of requests for a full loaf paleo bread recipe, so here it is! It takes longer than my microwave bread recipe, but it’s worth the wait (most of the extra time is just waiting for it to cook in the oven), and you can make enough to share.
I love Apple Pies, and apparently so do a lot of other people. My longer recipe for a large Paleo Apple Pie is one of the most popular recipes on my blog!
It takes around 30 minutes (from start to finish) to make 2-4 of these.
And while you’re over at Alison’s blog, you should check out her 20 Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Tailed Paleo Breakfast Ideas To Wake Up To.
One of the best things about pumpkin puree is that it’s edible straight out of the can!
So, why slave for hours making dessert?
This pie is just 4 ingredients and can be made in just 5 minutes (less if you’re quick!).
Chia has become known as a “superfoods” in recent times, and it is pretty spectacular as a food! There are all sorts of health benefits from reducing arthritis to promoting gut health, but what I like the most about chia seeds is the fact that they puff up so much! Check out the photos below to see their amazing transformation!
I listed this simple recipe in my 12 Ridiculously Addictive Coconut Butter Recipes post, but I now realize that it deserves its own post! And if you’re wondering why….it’s because it’s too delicious.
I know this photo is of J holding the truffles out to me…but I made those truffles!
And you can too!
I’m going to give you 3 variations on these truffles, one of which requires just 2 ingredients! And no cooking (no pots or pans) – but you do need a microwave and a freezer.
This means that even if you have very little time to come up with a Valentine’s gift, you’ll still have plenty of time to make these truffles. But it also means that if you don’t make these truffles, then you’re clearly not willing to expend even a little bit of effort! So, I guess the conclusion is: Make these Truffles!
I live in New York where street carts selling pretzels are on the prowl at every street corner, but I’m just not tempted to buy them ever. Have I become so health-conscious that I now turn my nose up at anything with wheat in it? Or is it out of fear that the pretzel had at one time fallen onto the grimy pavements of Manhattan before being picked up again and placed onto the top of the pile? Hmmm. Well, I can tell you one thing…if those street carts start selling these Paleo Curry Pretzels, then grimy Manhattan pavement or not, I would be buying them!
This is The Most Perfect Muffins Recipe EVER! You can’t tell it’s made from Zero Grains! I got so excited after making these that I decided to taste-test them on some non-Paleo friends and got a great reception from them. Two of them asked for the recipe (doing a little dance now).
Of course, there’s a secret ingredient to the recipe that makes the muffins so much fluffier and more like wheat-based muffins.
I was actually planning to make mince pies this Christmas season but instead, apple pies popped out of my oven! Don’t worry, this wasn’t some freak accident, it was actually because I kept forgetting to go to the store to get brandy for the mince pies.
If you’re not British, then you’re probably a bit confused and maybe more than a little intrigued by mince pies and why they would have brandy in them. So let me reassure you quickly that a mince pie is most decidedly not a carnivorous dish! The mincemeat that forms the filling of these pies is predominantly made from dried fruits (like raisins) and the peel from oranges and lemons (and also a helping of brandy, of course).
Anyways, back to the apple pie…the difficult part of this was the pastry. It was difficult to get almond flour to exhibit that stretchy texture of gluten-filled pastry, so I added my secret ingredient…
This is another of George’s wonderful creations! You can find the full recipe at CivilizedCavemanCooking.com. How could I not make it when George kept telling me just how delicious this was, and rightfully so! I typically don’t buy bananas (they’re higher in sugar than most fruits), but I made an exception for this bread especially since there was no added sugar in it. I actually sent J out into the cold to buy some bananas just so I could make this recipe – totally worth the small effort!