These Paleo snickerdoodles made with coconut flour and flax seed eggs are the perfect Paleo snickerdoodles. If you love regular snickerdoodles you’ll love these. I love to bake over the holidays! A warm oven cozies up the chilliest winter day. And the tempting scent of cookies baking filling the house, welcoming you to taste a …
This gluten-free taco soup recipe is so easy and so good. Throw ground beef and some cans of beans, tomatoes, veggies, etc. and seasoning packets in a pot. Let it simmer for a few minutes and I have a healthy meal the whole family loves!
These simple, healthy Paleo roasted vegetables are my absolute favorite way to cook & eat vegetables whether it be broccoli, green beans, asparagus, summer squash or potatoes. I’ve made it with so many different types of vegetables and they are all amazing. It’s so good with broccoli, a squash medley, green beans, asparagus, etc.
This Paleo cashew chicken is one of my favorites because it is so quick and easy to make. Of course, it tastes wonderful too. I wouldn’t eat it if it didn’t. One time my sister and brother were at my house and we were trying to decide if we wanted to go out or make something. I told them I could have this meal made before they could drive to the fast food place and bring it back. They didn’t believe me, but I proved them wrong. It totally only took me 20 minutes to make it from start to finish. They even asked for the recipe.
I made this list of 9 Paleo Kids Lunches because my son is on a Paleo diet and believe me – I know how hard it is. Sometimes kids are picky eaters. Whether they are or not, if they are on a Paleo diet, finding something the kids or – even adults – will eat …
This Paleo crepes recipe is seriously life-changing. I just keep thinking of more and more things to put in these. My meal planning just got a whole lost easier!
These are the softest Paleo chocolate chip cookies I have ever tried. My children love them and I love that they are healthy! These chocolate chip cookies are the best SOFT Paleo cookies around. They are not crispy or crunchy, they are soft. So if you like soft chocolate chip cookies as opposed to crunchy you should try these.
There’s so much to love about these Paleo sweet potato muffins. They’re easy to make, versatile, made from healthy ingredients and absolutely delicious. They taste so good I’d never guess they’re healthy! They are Paleo, Gluten-Free, Clean Eating, and Dairy-Free too.
I like these Paleo pumpkin chocolate chip cookies because they are full of pumpkin flavor, they are not too sweet and they have kind of a cakey texture. That’s what I expect from a pumpkin cookie. These are really good, I don’t want to brag but they are a lot better than the ones you buy from the store. Even those made in a bakery. They are actually pretty healthy too because they only have 1 tablespoon of oil in the whole batch and only 2 tablespoons of honey. I sweetened them up with a little applesauce too.
I love how I can make this simple, homemade BBQ sauce in a few minutes. Then I just dump it on the chicken and do whatever I want while dinner cooks. Bonus – my children love it!
This coconut milk ice cream is dairy-free and so creamy. The strawberries and bananas make a sweet, flavorful ice cream and the rhubarb swirl gives the ice cream a sweet and tangy kick.
These baked Paleo zucchini chips are a healthier version of chips than would be typically bought at the store. Paleo snacks-on-the go can be hard to find, so I’m happy to bring you this recipe. This curried, baked Paleo zucchini chips recipe is so delicious and much healthier than anything you would buy in the store.
These cookies are soft and chewy, yummy and still healthy. I eat them all the time for snacks and dessert. One thing I really like about cookies is that they have an automatic portion control. That is unless you eat too many of them. I also like the convenience of cookies because you can grab them and go. Sometimes I eat these for breakfast because they are so healthy.
This Paleo chocolate cake recipe is awesome because it actually turns out. The Paleo chocolate ganache frosting is really good too. I often make Paleo chocolate cupcakes because they are easier, but they are just a good!
These Paleo pancakes are light and fluffy, compared to other Paleo pancakes recipes I have tried and are quick to pull together. I love how there are 3 kinds of Paleo “flours” so you can’t taste any one kind. Almond flour, coconut flour, tapioca flour and bananas are the main ingredients in this Paleo pancakes recipe.
This paleo cupcakes recipe is made better with the addition of cinnamon which gives it the snickerdoodle flavor. The tops are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.
I love the way the arrowroot starch makes these sweet potato fries crispy and of course the seasoning is amazing. The coating also helps keep them from burning in the oven which sweet potato fries have a tendency to do. Make sure you use only and very LIGHT layer of coating, trust me, you’ll like them better.
These chocolate chip cookies are the best SOFT Paleo cookies around. They are not crispy or crunchy, they are soft. So if you like soft chocolate chip cookies, as opposed to crunchy, these are the cookies you should try.