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. [Read more...]
If you haven’t yet heard of Paleo zucchini bread, you may be living under a rock (or in a cave – Paleo pun intended). Zucchini is the perfect addition to Paleo bread that makes it softer, moister, and increases the healthy factor.
And don’t be discouraged if you don’t like the flavor of zucchinis; it blends in perfectly and enhances the other flavors and ingredients, giving the texture a boost in the process. So try one (or all 20) of these amazing Paleo zucchini bread recipes now!!
Courtney is a busy mom with non-Celiac gluten intolerance. Instead of giving them up, she has adapted her mom and grandmother’s recipes to accommodate her health and make healthy meals for her whole family. On her site LPHJ Kitchen, she adapts and creates delicious and nourishing Paleo-friendly recipes! You can also find Courtney on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Check out more of her amazing recipes now!
What is “no-grola”? Well… “no-grola” is my take on granola – No-“Grain”-ola. This is a Paleo version of granola that doesn’t consist of grains, gluten, dairy, soy, artificial sweeteners, etc. What is does have is healthy fats, tasty spices, protein and a great Hawaiian flavor! It is great served with fruit, dairy-free yogurt, or with a little almond milk!
Alina Muresan is a RHN holistic nutritionist who specializes in family nutrition and health. Visit her website, Orgali.ca to find great advice on your child’s nutrition and delicious recipes that are healthy and fast!
This is a healthy breakfast or snack recipe – easy to make and highly portable! The nutritional benefits of these muffins are numerous; they’re chock full of vitamins and minerals! Alina experimented with several different berry mixes and you can too, depending on what is in season or readily available.
This is a short post about these easy Paleo snacks – coconut pieces. They’re literally just the meat from the inside of ripe coconuts chopped into small pieces.
Bread is one of the hardest things for many people to give up when starting a Paleo diet. Did you know that you can make your own Paleo bread recipes at home?
I’ve compiled this long list of fantastic Paleo bread recipes, so if you’re craving a sandwich or just a slice of toast, look no further. There’s even sourdough bread!
I fly a lot, and I know from experience that being hungry at the airport or on a flight is definitely a recipe for disaster!
Options are often limited at airports to fast food chains and premade sandwiches along with candy and potato chips. And it’s even worse on the flight itself – there’s often no food at all or else a really awful selection (my latest flight from New York to Vancouver offered a cracked pepper turkey sandwich, a chicken slider combo, and a fruit and cheese plate for sale).
So, I like to pack some Paleo snacks with me when I travel. Here are my top 10 Paleo snacks for air travel:
This is a great tuna salad for when you don’t have any Paleo mayo handy! This Paleo Italian tuna salad recipe uses olive oil instead of mayo to make the tuna moist and tasty.
I was really impressed by the Paleo buffalo wings I ordered as an appetizer at Corner Table in Houston, and so here’s my own Paleo buffalo wings recipe!
I opted for a baked recipe since they’re easier (just place on a baking tray and dump into the oven!).