Healthier Halloween Candy. My new favorite go-to recipe site for Paleo friendly dishes is Elana's Pantry.
Y'all - oh my goodness. Elana might get the biggest heartsies from me ever. I found about her at a wedding of some friends who did the entire thing Paleo - even the CAKE! Rough Creek Lodge catered it so you know they are on the ball, and I tracked down the chef to get him to let me in on the secret. I was like, ok so it's actually not Paleo you're just saying it is, right? Well, it was ALL Paleo. I hope to have time this weekend but if not, I'll report back next week. Don't you just love the rug?!
Happy Halloween everyone if I don't talk to you before then! Paleo Banana Bread - Healthy Gluten Free Banana Bread Recipe. Naturally sweetened Paleo banana bread is easy to make with low carb gluten free ingredients including almond flour.
This Paleo recipe for banana bread is a high protein gluten free treat that is quick and easy to make. When I posted my recipe for Paleo Bread, the feedback was so amazing that I knew I’d need to come up with more gluten free Paleo bread recipes for you all. I’ve been working on this Banana Bread recipe for a couple of weeks and will be serving it to my guests when we break our fast for Yom Kippur this year. We are having about 30 people over next week after Yom Kippur services and it will be the biggest break fast I have ever hosted. All of the families that we invited have sons in the boys’ Hebrew school classes at our synagogue. If you are looking for a healthy gluten free menu designed to break your fast on Yom Kippur, then check out my Yom Kippur Break Fast Menu. When you make this banana bread, be sure to use ripe bananas.
. ↑ back to top. Recipes index. 5-Spice Slow-Cooker Pork Ribs. Feb 23, 2012 Posted by Mel on Feb 23, 2012 in Blog, Meats/Eggs, Recipes, Soups | 109 comments 5-Spice Slow-Cooker Pork Ribs As much as I enjoy playing in the kitchen, I like to balance “project recipes” (I’m looking at you, Paleo Chicken Bastila.) and dead-simple dishes that require almost no work with a big flavor payoff.
This is my first in a series of Super Simple recipes that are made with minimal fuss, just a few ingredients, and produce leftovers that can be used in other dishes. I don’t know what’s gotten into me this week, but I’ve been on a serious Asian food kick. My poor cumin has been languishing in the spice cabinet as I reach for the Chinese five-spice powder and ginger. I did zero internet research and didn’t even flip through my favorite go-to cookbooks — I just opened my spice cabinet and starting experimenting. You can absolutely use this approach for beef ribs, and I suspect it will also work great on larger beef and pork cuts, like shoulder and stew meat.
Directions: Deconstructed Gyro Salad. Jan 13, 2012 Posted by Mel on Jan 13, 2012 in Blog, Meats/Eggs, Recipes | 86 comments Deconstructed Gyro Salad One of my favorite recipes is Stovetop Pork Carnitas (updated and renamed in Well Fed as Citrus Carnitas).
It requires very little effort, but makes a huge pile of meat that lasts for days and can be re-mixed with other ingredients to make lots of tasty stuff. The cooking technique creates lovely caramelized bits – and caramelized bits are one of the best things on the planet. And, it uses cumin. So that got me thinking: what other meats could I cook this way? Say hello to Deconstructed Gyros. Like the carnitas, the cooking part of this recipe takes about 2-3 hours, but at the end of that waiting period, you will be rewarded with caramel-brown, lemony, crispy lamb that practically falls apart when you look at it. Gyros are usually served on pita bread with a sauce made from yogurt – both a no-no for us dino-chowers. Deconstructed Gyro Salad Place the lamb in a large, deep pot. Paleo Nutrition, Nutrition Workshops, Nutrition for Health and Fitness Facilities, and the Original Whole30 Program, Designed to Change Your Life in 30 Days.
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