Who says you can make pasta on a Paleo diet! There are tons of different ways to cook pasta on Paleo, and I’ve tried this recipe with both shirataki noodles and with cucumber noodles. You can also use spaghetti squash, kelp noodles, or shredded zucchinis.
So, if you don’t have much time for dinner, then give this easy Paleo spaghetti recipe a try – it’s also low carb and keto-friendly!
As the summer approaches, firing up the grill is an excellent option for creating fast and delicious meals. These grilled chicken skewers are easy to make and the garlic sauce is simply delicious with it.
Pasta was one of my staples during college. You just boil some pasta and dump some store-bought tomato sauce on top and dinner was ready. It was fast, easy, and quite delicious. Just not very healthy…
Then I realized I could recreate the same meal almost as quickly but with low carb, ketogenic, and Paleo ingredients!
There are tons of different ways to create Paleo pasta – from shirataki noodles, to cucumber noodles, to spiralized zucchini, to sweet potato noodles, to even using Paleo flours to roll out noodles of your own. And as for the tomato sauce, well that’s pretty easy too especially with some fresh basil leaves, which you can grow in a pot on your kitchen window sill.
And to make this recipe even more tasty and to add in some healthy fats, I added coconut milk into the tomato sauce.
So, next time you’re strapped for time to make dinner, try this creamy Paleo pasta recipe – it takes just 25 minutes from start to finish.
Some days, I just want vegetables. Not boring over-steamed bland vegetables, but delicious fragrant yummy veggies. So, if that’s the mood you’re in, then this colorful vegetable curry recipe will brighten your day.
This veggie kugel recipe is from The New Yiddish Kitchen by Jennifer Robins and Simone Miller.
I have to admit, I googled what kugel was. Despite being friends with many Jewish people and having eaten at a variety of kosher restaurants in NYC, I had never had a kugel.
So, if you’re also wondering, a kugel is a baked casserole-type dish. And the name actually refers to the round shape that kugels typically used to be. There can actually be sweet and savory kugel dishes, but this paleo kugel recipe is a savory one with sauteed veggies. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it whether you’re Jewish or not.
These Matzo balls come in 2 versions – Sweet Potato Kneidlach and Potato Kneidlach. These recipes are from The New Yiddish Kitchen by Jennifer Robins and Simone Miller.
For many Jewish and non-Jewish folks, going Paleo might have meant giving up Matzo balls (as well as tons of other foods) for good. But here’s Jennifer and Simone to the rescue. Now you can enjoy Passover without worrying about what’s for dinner.
If you enjoy this recipe, please check out their other guest post, Paleo Savory Sautéed Veggie Kugel Recipe, as well as their new book:
One of the things I’ve discovered traveling through Southeast Asia is that many of the delicious traditional recipes are often Paleo and AIP (often without intending to be) or can be made so very easily.
If you’re looking for an easy breakfast or snack that isn’t eggs, then make these mini meatloaves in advance and heat up when you want to eat them.
They’re easy to make and are Paleo, nut-free, egg-free as well as autoimmune-friendly (AIP). For more about the autoimmune protocol – check out this article.
And if you’re looking for some other Paleo breakfast recipes, then check out our list here.
I used to be a die-hard slow cooker fan, and I still love my slow cookers. But I’ve recently started loving the Instant Pot (an easy-to-use and multi-functional pressure cooker).
If you don’t have one of these yet, then I highly recommend getting one from Amazon here – it’s a great investment! Then, use your Instapot to try these delicious Paleo pressure cooker recipes.
There are 64 pressure cooker recipes to try, and we’ve grouped them by meat type to help make your meal planning a bit easier. There’s even a handy table of contents to make jumping from section to section easier.
Post by Lucha: World traveler, culinary student and Media Director at Paleo Flourish Magazine. Lucha will try most food but prefers Indian, Thai and Mexican food above all else. She is currently either cooking, eating, grocery shopping, or browsing recipes on Pinterest.
As I learnt traveling through France…some of the best foods are the simplest foods. With just a few good ingredients, you can create some absolutely mouthwatering feasts.
And the same applies to the Paleo diet. You can make some really delicious but super easy paleo recipes, and below we’ve compiled 55 of our favorites.
All of these easy Paleo recipes have very few ingredients and some of them take only a few minutes to make. So, if you’re tired or don’t have enough time to cook a complicated meal, then choose one of these recipes to help you out.
This breakfast recipe is a fantastic way to use any leftover meats from the night before. It’s also a great opportunity to add in your favorite herbs. I used leftover beef when I made this, but it would work with leftover turkey, chicken, or ham. So, remember this recipe for the morning after Christmas dinner!
This recipe is from Jennifer, Jill and Jessica Emich. The triplet sisters own the Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place in Boulder, Colorado. You can follow Shine Boulder and Jill on Instagram, and Facebook. Get to know The Blissful Sisters more and Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place in this Paleo Restaurant Feature.
This recipe is so easy – and it’s AIP-friendly too!
I created this Paleo stuffing recipe several years ago and totally forgot about it until recently (and that’s why the photos don’t look as polished as some of my newer recipes).
What’s so special about this stuffing recipe is that it has sweet potatoes and liver in it for added nutrition, but you can barely even taste the liver in it (in case you’re worried). In fact, this recipe was so good, we ate it by itself as an entree!
I hope you enjoy it for Thanksgiving or just for dinner one night.