Sugar Detox Cinnamon Sweet Potato Ice Cream with Toasted Walnuts - PaleOMG
Some of you are PUMPED for this recipe because you are doing the 21 Day Sugar Detox like I did just a couple weeks ago, and some of you are less than thrilled because you don’t give a sh*t about a sugar detox. Both understandable. So I have a solution for those not doing the … Sugar Detox Cinnamon Sweet Potato Ice Cream with Toasted Walnuts Read More »
Best Make Ahead Side: Garlic Cauliflower "Mashed Potatoes" - Nom Nom Paleo®
I know I’ve posted this recipe before, but I just wanted to show how easy it is to prepare. I made it after work yesterday morning despite being dog
Just Eat Real Food
"Ready for a great week? Did our usual cooking. Browned a lb. of ground beef, steamed some broccoli, made this egg loaf for breakfast. Just like the egg muffin, but we put it in a loaf pan. It comes out like a loaf a bread. Cook it, slice it, and it's ready for the week!" @A Whole Lotta Love and Primal
Paleo Breakfast Casserole, A Brunch Recipe
This Paleo Breakfast Casserole recipe is fast and easy, made with sweet potatoes, sausage, onions, and egg, can feed 6 people, and freezes/reheats nicely, especially when vacuum-sealed.
Slow Cooker Roast Chicken And Gravy - Nom Nom Paleo®
This is my fool-proof method for cooking a delicious whole roast chicken in a slow cooker. You'll make a wonderful Paleo gravy, too!
Egg Foo Young (Whole30, Keto) - Nom Nom Paleo®
My paleo Egg Foo Young recipe is a fantastic portable savory meal can be eaten with your hands, and are totally adaptable to whatever fillings you have in the kitchen. It's perfect for gluten-free packed lunches!
Porkitos (Crispy Prosciutto Chips) - Nom Nom Paleo®
I prefer crispy prosciutto chips to bacon bits because they cook evenly and there aren’t any unappetizing flabby parts. These “Porkitos” also add a terrific salty crunch to creamy soups, salads, and purées—or you can just stuff your face with them. ’Cause really—who doesn’t like crispy, porky chips?
Health-Bent | Food Worth Eating | Paleo Bacon and Eggs To Go
We didn’t get home until 10 p.m. the other night so this recipe was inspired, once again, by my lack of time mixed with hunger pangs. We try our best to make a menu every week and shop for the necessary ingredients, but it doesn’t always happen. This is a nice example of it “not happening”. Here comes the freezer to the rescue. I had some Canadian bacon shoved in the back corner and I ALWAYS keep eggs in the fridge, so I was able to whip up a good, solid meal in less than 15 minutes…