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!
This easy peach and cucumber salsa recipe is super easy to make – you can enjoy it by itself as a light and crunchy salad or add it as a side dish to your meal!
The cucumber pieces make it refreshing and low in calories and carbs. And then the peach adds the sweetness to the dish. And the cilantro, lemon juice, olive oil, and salt makes the dish into the perfect savory side dish.
Enjoy this peach and cucumber salsa with some pork chops, slow cooked pork shoulder, a steak, or to add flavor to some chicken. You can also make this dish as an easy appetizer recipe – just serve the salsa on top of some romaine lettuce leaves. It’s a really light and refreshing dish.
Pan-fried scallops are delicious and you can enjoy them in a super quick salad recipe like this one. It’s Paleo, Ketogenic, and AIP (Paleo Autoimmune Protocol) as well as super nutritious, low in calories and carbs. It makes a great appetizer or lunch!
Why scallops are so nutritious…
If you’re unfamiliar with scallops, they’re the meaty white part found in clams. But they’re not just delicious to eat, they’re also really nutritious.
2 large (or 5 small) scallops (which is approximately 30 grams) only have 26 calories, but they have 6.7 mcg (or 10% of your daily value) of selenium, which has huge antioxidant benefits. That same amount of scallops also contains 8% of your daily value of vitamin B12. Continue reading
Chia puddings are so easy to create but they make tasty and super cute pots of deliciousness. The chia seeds expand when they’re in liquid so that you end up with a gooey gel-like dessert after a few hours. They’re perfect for when you have guests over for dinner as you can make them in advance and just bring them out from the fridge when you’re ready to serve.
There are tons of different flavors you can add to chia puddings, and this variation uses fresh strawberries and a small bit of orange peel to flavor it. And if you use stevia to sweeten it instead of raw honey or maple syrup, then you’ll end up with a ketogenic-friendly dessert as well as a Paleo dessert!
One of the great things of being on a ketogenic diet is that you often feel less hungry. And so, some days, instead of a heavy meal of steak or bacon and eggs, you might want a simple soup instead.
Ketogenic soup recipes (especially if made from delicious bone broth) can be very nutritious, high in healthy fats, and supply you with essential vitamins and minerals. They’re also a great way to get more vegetables into your keto diet.
We’ve put together a large selection of different ketogenic soup recipes below. You’ll find everything from traditional chicken soups to thick non-dairy “creamy” soups.
Why not try one for breakfast even! Many Asian cultures traditionally have soups (made with bone broth) for breakfast, so why not pick up this healthy habit.
If you want to download this entire list of ketogenic soup recipes to keep as a reference for when you need a new recipe later, then just click the green button below and we’ll email over the PDF immediately. Or use our handy table of contents below to browse the different recipes.
Enjoy this delicious chocolate smoothie recipe for a fast and nutritious Paleo and Ketogenic breakfast. I used stevia as the sweetener in this recipe and the cinnamon helps to hide the stevia aftertaste.
If you’re not trying to stay low carb or ketogenic, then you can add some raw honey into the recipe (the raw honey also helps to cover the stevia taste).
If you haven’t come across this dish, then you have to give it a try!
Adobo is considered to be (unofficially) the Philippines’ national dish.
Although the word adobo comes originally from the Spanish word ‘adobar’, which means to marinade, the recipe dates back to before the Philippines was colonized by the Spanish.
Chicken or pork was marinated in salt and vinegar as a means of preservation. The meat was then cooked in the marinade. Later on, Chinese traders introduced soy sauce which replaced salt in the dish.
Nowadays, there are tons of different ways adobo is prepared. You can add potatoes, chicken gizzard, and chicken liver to it. Some people even add pineapple, coconut milk, or turmeric to the dish.
You can also use vegetables instead of meat like water spinach, or seafood if you want. The possibilities for this dish are endless, so I hope you enjoy playing around with the recipe.
Chicken adobo is usually served with rice, but for a Paleo or Keto version, try it with cauliflower rice instead.
This chicken adobo recipe is a reasonably traditional version (except it’s made in the slow cooker and then served on top of cauliflower rice). Enjoy it for a delicious and easy Paleo or Ketogenic meal. Continue reading
Fish is one of the most nutritious foods we can eat, but yet so many of us avoid it because we don’t know how to cook it. It seems scary to buy a filet or even a whole fish. What do you do when you get home? And we’re so worried about overcooking it or cooking it wrong.
So, in this post, we’ve found a ton of delicious Paleo fish recipes to help you start enjoying more fish as part of your healthy diet.
We’ve got recipes for common fish like salmon, tilapia, and cod as well as recipes for cooking whole fish. And we’ve even got recipes for some less common fish like swordfish and rock fish! Recipes that are AIP-friendly (for those on the Paleo autoimmune protocol) are labeled with [AIP] in the title.
Take your pick from this giant list of Paleo fish recipes – you’ll be sure to find something you enjoy. Use the table of contents below to jump straight to a section or download this entire list of Paleo fish recipes to refer to later by clicking the green button below.