This is a guest post from Danielle. Danielle posts all sorts of Paleo goodness over at http://thepaleovangelist.com. Read more about her Paleo journey here and follow her delicious food journey on Instagram @thepaleovangelist.
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.
This is such an easy recipe, but it’s such a great snack! Even though I used 100% chocolate in this recipe, it’s still delicious. All 42 chocolate covered pecan halves went super fast.
Chelsea Gold and Leslie Auman, the authors of Health, Happiness, Paleo, met through Instagram before deciding to collaborate on the e-book. Chelsea is a college student in New York, and Leslie works in education in Texas. You can buy your copy of Health, Happiness, Paleo at https://gum.co/HHPaleo.
I love getting more gelatin into my diet, and making a nice jello dessert is an easy and delicious way.
You can make jello in a variety of flavors, but for something different, why not try this persimmon jello recipe (or if you prefer more traditional flavors, here’s my berry flavored jello recipe here).
I was frying some eggs one day and pondering what to eat with my fried eggs when I saw some avocados in our fruit bowl.
I’d once come across a recipe for grilled avocados, so somehow my brain connected some dots and went:
Why not fry some avocado slices in coconut oil!
These blueberry coconut ice pops are amazing for welcoming in the summer! They’re super easy to make and delicious to eat. Plus, it’s completely dairy-free, all-natural, and Paleo!
Jeremy and I have been eating a ton more vegetables recently, and this broccolini sauteed recipe is one of the tastiest and one of the easiest.
Bethany is the face behind the account @lilsipper on Instagram. She is dedicated to healthy eating and living a balanced life. She is also a yoga instructor and loves sharing her passion for health and fitness. Diets never work and always end…AKA fail. She was diagnosed with Crohn’s and Gastropareses, which is, according to western medicine, an incurable illness that effects the digestive system causing severe pain, bloating, nausea, vomiting, and unwanted weight loss. Through natural ways of healing using a pure, clean diet, she is currently reversing her illness! Her diet is free from gluten, peanuts, refined sugars, artificial sugar, and are of course, full of nutritional value. She never counts calories, only nutrients! You can find her on Instagram @lilsipper.
Get out your cupcake trays everyone, because it’s time to put them to good use!
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 vegetarian soup is delicious and healthy. It has vitamins, minerals and fiber. Ginger is anti-inflammatory and good for the immune system and also adds a subtle spicy quality to the soup. The coconut milk makes it rich and creamy without any need for cream or other dairy. Try it tonight!
Spiralized noodles, Zoodles, or oodles of fun! Whatever you want call them, noodles made from zucchini (and the spiralizers that create them) are quite possibly the best things to happen to grain-free pasta lovers since, well, ever.
If you haven’t gotten in on the craze, now might be the perfect time to discover it! To help you, here are 39 delicious Paleo zucchini noodle recipes from some of our favorite Paleo (and Primal) bloggers.