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 was shocked many years ago when I visited China and found that KFC was famous there for their egg tarts! (I have to admit that I tried them, and they were really really good.) So, here’s my Paleo version of the egg custard tart with an almond crust and coconut egg custard. The almond crust makes it a bit crumbly and this version is not as sweet as the traditional ones.
If you’re a fan of smoothies, but not a fan of eating meat, then this is a great recipe for getting more protein into your diet. The raw egg makes the smoothie super creamy (it’s as if you added in cream!).
The idea for this recipe came to me after seeing Mark’s Primal Egg Coffee which uses raw egg yolks to make coffee creamy and nutritious.
Note: Always make sure your eggs are fresh!
This delicious Paleo doughnut recipe is from Elizabeth Barbone’s new book, World’s Easiest Paleo Baking. (You can read our review of the book here). Her book is filled with absolutely amazing Paleo desserts, breads, and snacks, and all of them are really simple to make. So, if you’re looking to do some baking with Paleo flours, then check out this new cookbook – you can get the book from Amazon here.
It always seems so sexy (or perhaps just European) to finish a meal off with some coffee. So, these coffee-flavored coconut pots de crème seemed perfect.
This is an easy breakfast “granola” recipe, and it’s great if you’re looking to go sugar-free or on a ketogenic diet. You can also make a large batch of this ketogenic granola recipe in advance and eat it in the mornings like you would with other granola (except this recipe doesn’t contain oats).
And if you’re wondering why oats are not Paleo, then check out this article.
These spinach basil chicken meatballs are delicious and healthy. It’s autoimmune protocol-friendly (AIP) and if you omit the sauce, they are also keto-friendly.
Plus, if you’re always trying to get yourself (or your kids perhaps) to eat more spinach, then this is a really easy and tasty way.
Serve for dinner or as an appetizer.
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).
Blueberry muffins are always delicious – I love how the blueberries burst when you bake them in these grain-free, gluten-free Paleo muffins.
I hope you enjoy them too.
Getting these to be perfectly moist and yet flavorful was not easy, especially since I wanted to reduce the sugar in them and add in some stevia (you can, of course, put in more honey instead of the stevia). It took me a while to perfect these brownies, but it was worth it (Jeremy loves chocolate brownies)!
I love making my own chocolate bars – that way I can control the ingredients in it and the flavors! This bacon almond bar is amazing especially if you use great quality ingredients.
I was feeling a bit tired a few days ago and fearing that I had a cold coming down, I quickly made some nourishing Paleo chicken noodle soup. It’s just one of those foods that’s so comforting to eat!
Of course, instead of regular noodles, I used Paleo noodles – in this case zucchini noodles, which are really easy to make and taste really good in this soup.
My dad is diabetic, so I’m always trying to find ways to make tasty treats for him that won’t raise his blood sugar levels. This is one of them! A great way to add a bit of extra sweetness for your non-diabetic family and friends is to put in some raisins (or change the stevia to honey).
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.)