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Paleo muffins are a great dairy free, grain free and legume free staple on the breakfast table or even with your dinner. These are a good option as opposed to heavy breads at mealtime. They can be made very easily and are fresh and ready to chomp on in no time. The following ingredients are what you will need to have on hand to make these delicious snacks.
We get a lot of B.S. for labeling things like what we’ve got pictured above as ‘paleo’. All I can say is…I don’t want to type this lonnnnnng title out every single flippin’ time we have a recipe that’s grain/gluten free, dairy free and low carb. It’s just easier to type the word ‘paleo.’ It’s all encompassing–you know what we mean when we type it. Did they use almond flour in paleolithic times? No.
Chocolate and cookies. What more can I say? 1 c almond butter, freshly ground from the bulk section or homemade, but most definitely not jarred 1 egg 1/4 c cocoa powder 1/4 c chocolate chips (highest % cocoa, but NOT baking chocolate (bleh)) 2 t vanilla extract 2T – 1/4 c sugar (optional)
If you want a delicious chocolate treat, paleo brownies are taste tempting and wholesome snacks that the whole family will love. Paleo cooking is a healthier alternative to traditional cooking and uses nutritious and natural ingredients that you can feel proud to feed your family. To make this recipe you will need the following ingredients: ½ cup of cocoa powder ½ cup of coconut milk ½ cup of solid coconut oil 2 tablespoons of honey ½ teaspoon of cinnamon(ground) 1 egg 1 cup of almond meal Optional: cocoa powder for dusting Paleo brownies cooking instructions:
Click here for a big selection of paleo recipes (it’s free). Everyone loves cookies and paleo cookies not only taste wonderful, they are very good for you as well! There are many paleo recipes for chocolate chip cookies online, but not all of them are that great. The following recipe happens to be delicious and a lot less fattening than traditional chocolate chip cookies.
30 Minute Paleo Breakfast muffins that will leave you craving more. So the baking creative juices have been flowing and here is a Wonderful Blackberry Banana muffin that I guarantee you will love. These came out absolutely amazing and the flavor combination is incredible.
For a healthy snack nibble on this mix of sunflower, pumpkin and linseeds, or sprinkle on salads and soups Difficulty and servings MAKES 250g Preparation and cooking times Prep 5 mins Cook 20 mins
Keep hunger pangs at bay by snacking on healthy dried fruit - this version bakes Granny Smiths with cinnamon Difficulty and servings Serves 1 Preparation and cooking times Prep 5 mins Cook 1 hr
A tasty twist on flapjacks with a luscious layer of apricots inside Difficulty and servings Makes 16
Some call it ghee. Some call it clarified butter. Some call it drawn butter. Whatever you care to call it, it is the pure fat rendered from butter after removing the milk solids and water from the butterfat. Popular with many cultures around the world, ghee is surprisingly absent from the average American’s kitchen. Ghee is a very versatile cooking fat, has fantastic flavor and goes well with almost everything, yet it is very difficult to find in a standard grocery store.
I looooove Spanish rice (or we can get fancy and call it arroz con pollo), and this dish is the shiiiiiiit. I have a really awesome recipe given to me when I was in high school Spanish class, but sadly, it is not paleo approved. This is my interpretation of that recipe with a little additions. The original recipe calls for saffron, but the price was always intimidating, so I compromised with the Saffron flavored rice. Since that is not an option, I decided to splurge on the real deal.
We ate so much good fresh food while out in California, but I have to say, kale was my favorite thing we ate, and it was everywhere. From different kinds of kale salad, to kale chips, it was all delicious. A favorite in particular, was a kale chip my aunt Jane and I discovered at the SF Embarcadero Farmer’s Market. It was honestly the best snack I’ve had. These chips really were the perfect snack. You have kale (and we all know the health benefits of kale ), plus it’s raw (so you keep the nutrients), and, lastly, all of the ingredients are so good for you!
April 16, 2012 I was craving some creamed spinach the other day. Since I’m trying to lose weight right now I didn’t want to use any dairy. I decided to try out some coconut milk and see how that tasted. It came out super good. I was so happy with it I ate it for breakfast and dinner again the next day.
Back when I played tennis, which was one broken ankle and more than a few years ago, my team may not have always have won the match but, by god, we always had a great table of food. Not being one of the best players on my team, I liked to think that I somehow made up for having lead feet by bringing a homemade offering of something tasty . Making “dip” was my favorite contribution – it doesn’t sound like much, but hey, they kept me on the team! I wish I had known about this dip back then, although it might have been too distracting to the people on the court for all the oohing and awing that would have ensued.