These Paleo and Keto peppermint patties are perfect for parties or for storing in your fridge as mini treats. Even though they were barely sweetened, they taste fantastic, and the black and white layers really stand out and make them look cute and delicious.
Next time you’re going to a party and want to bring some desserts to impress the guests with, try taking these gorgeous layered peppermint patties – you’ll feel like a skilled chef rather than a home cook with these!
If you don’t like using stevia, then just add in a 1-2 tablespoons of raw honey instead. Of course, if you’re sticking to a ketogenic diet then you’ll need to take those extra grams of carbs into account.
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!
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.
I often forget just how refreshing and delicious peaches are, and they are fantastic in smoothies like this one. The avocado and nuts in this recipe also add in more fat to slow the absorption of the sugars. And if you want to add in some extra protein after your workout, choose a whey protein powder that doesn’t have added ingredients like this one.
This paleo smoothie is seriously delicious. Enjoy for an easy and fast breakfast or brunch meal. I like adding coconut oil to the smoothie to help slow the digestion of the sugars in the fruits and carrots. Coconut oil will also help you to stay full for longer.
Persimmons are one of those fruits that always fascinate people and yet scare them at the same time. Persimmons are pretty but “unknown” and therefore “unapproachable.” I’m going to change that!
I was lucky enough to have been introduced to the wonders of the persimmon fruit at an early age, but for most of my life, I was confused by when it was ripe, why they came in different shapes, and how best to eat them.
Then, a couple months ago, I was in my mother’s kitchen, which was full of all the fresh produce that she’d grown in her garden this year. And among all that fresh produce were more than a few persimmons.
I decided, despite my uncertainty, that I just had to do something awesome with the baskets of fruit sitting in the kitchen, including all those persimmons! I stared at them for a while, Googled to see what other people had done, and then created this recipe, which turned out to be way more delicious and much easier than I anticipated.
Most of the confusion and fear about persimmons stems (no pun intended) from the fact there are 2 main types of persimmons: fuyu and hachiya. Actually, there are many more varieties, but those are the two types you’ll find in your grocery store.
And because nature really likes to play tricks on us, fuyu and hachiya persimmons look fairly similar (to the uninitiated like me), but they are actually very different in texture and in determining ripeness.
My friend was telling about an amazing vietnamese avocado shake and so I had to look it up and make one!
Sinh To Bo is a pretty easy, but it is traditionally made with sweetened condensed milk, making it not very Paleo or healthy.
My Paleo version of this delicious drink cuts down on the sugar and uses coconut milk instead. I hope you enjoy it!
These miniature cookies are a bit tricky if you don’t get the ingredient proportions just right (because you’re relying on the coconut oil and the honey to hold everything together). But apart from that, these are super easy and delicious!
Oh, and they take 10 minutes to make and then 15 minutes in the fridge (while you relax).
This strawberry banana mint smoothie recipe is AIP-compliant (autoimmune Paleo protocol) and dairy-free.
Smoothies are such an easy breakfast recipe and generally healthier than juicing (we’re not huge fans of juicing – see this article about why juicing isn’t great for you).
I was planning to make a Paleo Thai iced tea, but I realized I was out of some spices, so instead I ended up making this coconut iced tea latte (quite delicious!).
Plus, this recipe is AIP-compliant. (Read more about AIP here.)
I didn’t have any fresh mint handy when I was making this recipe, but I remembered having mint tea leaves in the cupboard. And so this blueberry mint smoothie recipe was born.
The avocado and coconut milk help to make this smoothie extra creamy despite being dairy-free.
(It’s also AIP – autoimmune Paleo protocol compliant.)
These Paleo Cranberry Orange Muffins are perfect for the winter season!
This smoothie is super filling and AIP-compliant (autoimmune Paleo protocol) – it’s also an amazing way to get extra greens into your diet. I hope you enjoy it.