For some celebrations, only a chocolate cake will do. And on some days, it’s the treat you need for yourself, too.
Thankfully for us all, there are ways to put a Paleo twist on this classic favorite –
Switching up regular white flour for almond flour or coconut flour…
Sweetening your cake with honey or maple syrup instead of sugar…
Swapping milk for coconut milk or almond milk…
These are just a few of the tricks you can use!
If you’re looking to impress a crowd, or you need to rustle up a quick dessert for one or two people, we’ve got you covered.
For big celebrations, you can choose from:
And plenty more!
And for those days when you need a couple of single-serving desserts?
(If you’ve never tried mug cakes before, they’re a super quick and easy way to make cake using a mug and a microwave)
A couple of these recipes might involve ingredients which surprise you –
But don’t knock them until you’ve tried them, the veggies are vital for keeping these chocolate cakes moist and tasty.
You can browse through all the recipes here, or download them as a list by clicking the green button below.
Bringing lunch to work doesn’t have to mean reheating last night’s leftovers.
These are plenty of quick and easy recipes you can prepare, to make lunchtime a meal you really look forward to.
Like Chicken and Bacon Bites with Green Onion and Sage, a Roasted Cauliflower Broccoli Tuna Bowl, Mini Paleo Burgers, and more…
A healthy lunch box will help you stay energized throughout the day:
We’ve got chicken, pork, beef, and seafood recipes to get you inspired – as well as fruit and vegetable recipes, too.
The best part about these lunch box ideas: you can also use these recipes as starters or appetizers for dinners and parties!
Have a read through the recipes here, or download this list to look through later by clicking on the green button below.
You don’t have to say goodbye to pizza when you go on a Paleo diet.
Instead, cauliflower comes to the rescue again! You can make a delicious Paleo pizza crust using this versatile vegetable.
Then top with cashew cheese if you want a more creamy texture. Or use some pesto or tomato sauce and top with whatoever vegetables you enjoy. Or throw on some proscuitto or salami for a more decadent approach.
AIP herbal teas are great as more than just a warming drink to sip in winter – here are four other ways you can use them:
These herbal tea recipes also feature many common herbs, like:
From a Chamomile Mint Tea to help you unwind before bed, to a Cold Bustin’ Elderberry Tea and an Antioxidant Wellness Tea, we’ve found plenty of options you can try when you’re feeling stressed, tense or just under the weather.
Have a look through this list online or download it to read later by clicking on the green button below.
Thai food is fragrant and full of color and flavor.
Thanks to lime, lemongrass, basil, ginger – plus (optional) spicy chilies!
There are so many tasty Paleo-friendly Thai recipes to try…
From a vibrantly colored Thai-style Carrot Soup, to the rich and creamy Thai Bay Scallop Curry and Spicy Thai Noodle Salad…
…you never know, you could even discover a few new favorites!
And if you’re having guests over, you can combine these recipes for a Thai-inspired meal:
Have a read through the recipes here or download the list by clicking on the green button below.
I never realized just how easy roasting your own chicken could be until recently.
This method of roasting chicken produces beautiful golden crispy skin each time while tender juicy meat.
Enjoy for a really easy Paleo dinner that will impress family and guests.
So, whip these up no matter what diet you’re on. You can also switch out the seasonings or add in some vegetables to change the flavors.
Here are some different seasoning options for AIP burgers:
The AIP diet (paleo autoimmune protocol) can often feel very restrictive, and it’s really tough to always be looking through recipes and figuring out if they’re AIP-compliant or not.
That’s why we’ve put together this list of AIP fish recipes, with options for every meal of the day. These recipes are also great if you’re staying nut-free, egg-free, or dairy-free.
You can try Salmon for Breakfast to start your morning, or if you’re looking for lunch ideas there’s the 5-Minute Sardines Salad, Smoked Salmon and Cucumber Ham Wraps, and Lemon Black Pepper Tuna Salad recipes.
And there are also some great dinner options to try – entertaining guests at home is the best way to stop your social life taking a nosedive while you’re in the elimination phase of AIP.
Baked Salmon with Cabbage, Apple, Fennel, Mahi with Crispy Sweet Potato Crust and Pan-Fried Apricot Tuna Salad Bites all look impressive but are very easy to prepare. That way, you can spend more time resting and healing your autoimmune condition instead of slaving in the kitchen!
Here are some of the fish used in our list of AIP fish recipes:
Take a look through our list of autoimmune-friendly fish recipes here or download it to read later by clicking the green button below.
I was surprised when I first started cooking beef brisket.
It’s one of the most inexpensive cuts of meat you can buy – but that wasn’t what surprised me.
I expected brisket to be hard to cook, as the meat comes from the muscle at the front of the animal’s belly (which is constantly being worked out). And that means it’s full of tough connective tissues.
But when you cook brisket slowly, it becomes tender and you get a whole lot of flavor because it’s naturally marbled with fat. So how do you prepare it?
You can try classic roast dinner recipes like the Slow Cooker Beef Brisket with Tomatoes and Onions or the Beef Brisket Au Jus. And by pairing them with sweet potato mash and roast veggies you’ll round out your meal.
Or if you’re looking for a flavorful twist, there’s the Mexican inspired Easy Slow Cooker Beef Brisket, the Thai Curry with Beef Brisket, or the Hot & Spice Home Made Beef Jerky. Plus more!
We’ve split our recipes into Slow Cooker recipes (trust me, a slow cooker or crockpot really makes cooking tender brisket easy), Corned Beef recipes (a traditional and tasty Irish dish), and Oven-roasted recipes (the cook time really is well worth the wait), and you can browse through them here or hit the green button to download them.
I find burgers are the easiest option for weekdays Paleo meals when I’m in a hurry.
Pesto Pork Burgers with Sauteed Cherry Tomatoes, Burger stir-fry, Paleo Spaghetti Burger Pie – they’re all great go-to meals.
There are many benefits to making your own homemade Paleo burgers:
As well as including many classics in this list, like our Mini Paleo Burgers with 90-Second Microwave Paleo Bread.
But, we’ve also found Paleo burger recipes impressive enough to serve to dinner party guests:
And if you’re feeling adventurous, there are Coconut Wild Boar Burgers and Rosemary Liver Burgers too.
Have a scroll through the Paleo burger recipes here, or click the green button below if you’d like to download the entire list to check out later.
Infuse your morning cup of coffee with extra flavors and added health benefits with this easy Paleo recipe…
But fries don’t have to be off the table…