Having a routine can be very satisfying and one of my favorite routines is having a cup of coffee or tea in the mornings (after my Ketogenic green smoothie).
But it can get boring just drinking black coffee or black tea all the time, so if you miss your lattes and cappuccinos, then this list of Ketogenic coffee and tea recipes is for you! I would give these drinks a try even if you’re not on a Ketogenic diet. These coffee and tea recipes are very low in sugar or carbohydrates (and they’re Paleo) and can be a great way to energize yourself in the morning without the mid-morning sugar crash!
And if you’re not a coffee fan, don’t worry because we have a ton of refreshing tea recipes – some are made from black tea, some are herbal, and some are fruity.
For something different, why not try the Vanilla Maca Latte or the Homemade Vanilla Chocolate Rooibos Tea recipe.
You can use the table of contents to jump to the section you want, or click the green button below to download this entire list of Ketogenic coffee and tea recipes.
We got to thinking recently… there sure are a lot of amazing Paleo recipes out there, but all the cookbooks are from just one amazing Paleo cook or chef. So why don’t we create a free online cookbook so that you have free access to all of these amazing recipes!
So, we’ve taken the best recipes and compiled them as an easy-to-use list here for you to access anytime anywhere! You’re covered from breakfast to lunch to dinner and snacks. We’ve even designed it in a cookbook style with a table of contents at the beginning as well.
All these Paleo recipes are naturally gluten-free since the Paleo diet omits grains like wheat. And in contrast to Primal recipes, this list here only contains dairy-free recipes.
REMEMBER: bookmark this page and come back to it any time you want to try another Paleo recipe. Or download this entire list of Paleo diet recipes by clicking the green button below (we’ll email you a PDF of this list of recipes).
While we typically think of apple pies as traditionally American, the first apple pies were made in England as far back as the 14th century!
And the form of apple pies have changed dramatically over the centuries. Initially, they didn’t even have pie shell and didn’t use added sugar.
Apple pies have evolved even more in the past few decades with apple pie flavored foods popping up everywhere (there are even apple pie scented candles!).
So, if you’re an apple pie fan, then don’t worry you don’t have to miss out on your favorite dessert on a Paleo diet.
Below you’ll find a large selection of Paleo apple pie recipes – some are in the traditional pie form while others are in bar form or even in smoothie form! Use the table of contents below to browse or click the green button below to download this entire list so you can try all your favorites later.
In this cauliflower “couscous” recipe, you can recreate a simple and light couscous salad without the grains.
This salad is easy to make and you can enjoy the cauliflower “couscous” raw or lightly cooked (just cook it in some coconut oil in a pan or steam it lightly in the microwave or a steamer).
I’ve used more traditional North African flavors like cumin powder, lemon juice, red peppers in this chicken salad, but you’re welcome to change it up to suite your tastes and what produce you have available near you.
Beef can be a super filling and delicious Ketogenic meat. But it can get boring to have steak all the time, so we’ve put together a bunch of Ketogenic diet beef recipes for you to enjoy. From beef stews to curries, burgers, briskets, and stir-fries, we’ve got you completely covered.
Save this list of Ketogenic beef recipes to ensure you have lots of meal ideas throughout the year by clicking on the green button below. We’ll email you the PDF immediately. Or scroll through our list to see what tempts you and make it for dinner tonight!
This is a really simple and colorful salad to make when you have leftover chicken to use up. Or if you just want to make it one day, you can dice a poached chicken breast and use that instead. Continue reading
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Blueberries are a delicious and nutritious berry to use on any diet. They’re also delicious and full of antioxidants. That’s why it’s perfect for making smoothies with – it gives your smoothie a distinct flavor and lots of vitamins while only adding a small amount of sugar.
On a Paleo or AIP diet, it’s easy to rely on bananas in your smoothies as the thickening agent. But this can make a very high sugar (and high carbohydrate) breakfast.
And if you’re looking to lose weight or control your blood sugar, then it’s best to avoid having quite that much sugar for breakfast.
So, try using coconut yogurt instead to make your smoothies thick and creamy. It’s dairy-free, loaded with healthy probiotics, and delicious. Just make sure to buy one without added sugar.
Coconut yogurt is also perfect for those on a ketogenic diet as it adds in lots of healthy fats (and probiotics) into your diet without the extra carbs.
Breakfast is always a tough meal to satisfy on any diet and Paleo is no different. You’re often in a rush and just want to grab something quick and easy. But unfortunately, quick and easy doesn’t always mean it’s healthy or Paleo.
One simple option is to make some Paleo breakfast muffins in advance.
You can make a large batch of these and keep them in the fridge. Then grab one to go in the mornings. If you have time, you can warm them up in the oven or microwave for a hot breakfast!
Below you’ll find a bunch of deliciously satisfying Paleo breakfast muffin recipes. Some of them are savory egg muffins while others are fruity or sweet muffins made from coconut flour or almond flour.
Click the green button below to download this entire list of Paleo breakfast muffin recipes so you can make and try them all, or use our table of contents below to browse the different recipes.
There are so many ways to eat avocados and eggs for breakfast. Both the eggs and avocados will help you get lots of healthy fats and the eggs also add in a boost of protein to keep you full throughout the morning.
If eating plain boiled eggs is too boring for you, then give this easy egg salad idea a try. It’s really simple to make and the pickles, mustard, mayo, and parsley all add a ton of extra flavor to the eggs without you have to do hardly any extra work.
And if you load an avocado half with the egg salad, you’ll get a beautiful dish that you can serve to guests or impress your family with. Plus you’ll get lots of additional nutrition from the avocado. Continue reading
Place the cauliflower and broccoli florets on a baking tray and drizzle olive oil over them. Sprinkle salt and squeeze the juice from 1/4 lemon over the vegetables. Use your hands to rub the mixture into the vegetables and spread them out over the baking tray.
Place into the oven and cook for 20 minutes until the florets are tender and browning at the edges.
Let the vegetables cool for a few minutes, then place them into a large bowl and toss with the chopped parsley, 1 Tablespoon olive oil, juice from 1/4 lemon, and extra salt to taste.
To make the tahini tamari paste, mix together all the paste ingredients well.
To serve, place the roasted vegetables into a small bowl and top with a can of tuna. Add some tahini tamari sauce on top and enjoy.
This recipe makes enough for 4 people or you can keep the leftover paste and roasted vegetables in the fridge for future meals.
Also, if you’re not a fan of tuna, then choose another meat of your choice!
Bliss balls are healthy and delicious snacks that are very popular with Paleo followers.
They are versatile, simple to make, and can give you an energy boost if you find yourself flagging during the day.
They are commonly made from nuts, seeds and/or fruit like dates and figs, which give a natural sweetness and good source of fibre.
Paleo bliss balls involve no cooking at all and take only a few minutes to prepare and they can be stored in the fridge for a couple of weeks.
We’ve found 20 delicious Paleo bliss ball recipes for you to try below. But feel free to add some of the ingredients for your favorites or what you have available in your pantry. And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try making your own Paleo bliss balls – experiment with different textures and flavors.
Bliss balls are also a great way to avoid giving children snacks that are loaded with refined sugars or gluten.
Click the green button below to download this list of Paleo bliss ball recipes – that way you can save all these ideas for whenever you need to make more bliss balls!