If you want Paleo shrimp recipes, this is the place to come. I have 9 Paleo shrimp recipes with links to the so you can easily choose your favorites. You can look at all the ingredients and decide links you want to click on. That way you won’t have to waste your time looking through all the recipes to decide which one you want to try. I think you’ll really like the variety of Paleo shrimp recipes I have here.
Of course, with any food, be careful how you prepare it. That will make all the difference in how healthy it is. But, you won’t have any problems preparing shrimp in healthy AND yummy ways with these recipes! Shrimp is great because it can be a good appetizer for your upcoming party or a tasty snack or light lunch during the week. Some of these recipes are full-on meals and could be used for dinner throughout the week and it just depends on when you want to incorporate shrimp into your meal plan. So take a look at the folllowing options to see what your preferences are.
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Paleo Shrimp Recipes
1. Paleo Coconut Shrimp with Pina Colada Dipping Sauce – My Natural Family
This is a clean eating copycat version of the coconut shrimp they serve at Red Lobster. My version of the sauce has a LOT LESS SUGAR and no alcohol. It’s sweetened with a little bit of honey. With the coconut flour and the shredded coconut, it has a good amount of coconut flavor. I think it’s delicious and oh, so much healthier.
2. Garlic Roasted Shrimp with Zucchini Pasta – Cook Eat Paleo
The next meal we have for you is a simply seasoned shrimp on top of zucchini pasta. I love the ability to use zucchini pasta because it is another vegetable and I don’t have to use pasta which we try to avoid if we can and the zoodles taste good as well!
3. Bam Bam Shrimp – Bravo For Paleo
Next, I have included a battered shrimp that will not make you sad you are missing out on Asian takeout food. You will want to make this shrimp instead. This will go well with some roasted vegetables.
4. Chili Lime Shrimp Skewers – Tasty Thin
The next one is a shrimp skewer which is always great to cook on the grill. I love shrimp and I love grilling foods so this is a great recipe for those two reasons. The seasoning adds a lot of flavors. These would be a nice addition to a summer BBQ with family or friends over.
5. Lemon Garlic Butter Shrimp with Asparagus – With Peanut Butter On Top
Here is a one-pan in 15 minutes recipe for lemon garlic butter shrimp. I love one-pan meals and can I just say yum!? I don’t have a lot of time to plan and prepare dinners but when I can find a good quick meal I have to keep it and hopefully add it to my archive of recipes.
6. Shrimp Scampi Spaghetti Squash Boats – Wicked Spatula
Alright so for this next one we have shrimp scampi in spaghetti squash. I recently added a similar recipe on a different post but with Brussel sprouts and ground beef, which sounded pretty good to me but then I saw this one with shrimp scampi inside and I got even more excited! This seems like a great combination especially when you don’t want to pair it with pasta or another starch.
7. 20-Minute Paleo BLT Salad with Prawns & Avocado – Eat Drink Paleo
Here we have a salad option for you to choose from. This would be a great option for a simple healthy lunch. It has a lot of delicious ingredients included in one salad. I love when I can get a lot of nutrients in a refreshing salad. I am not a huge fan of the greens and so having good toppings to help me get all of them in my body is a plus!
8. Garlic Shrimp Asparagus Skillet – Primavera Kitchen
So next, we have a flavorful easy garlic shrimp with mushrooms and asparagus meal. Primavera Kitchen suggests cooking this one in a cast iron skillet, which can second, when you cook in a cast iron skillet there is so much more flavor because the pan is pre-seasoned and it can be a versatile way of preparing food. You can get a nice crisp on the food.
9. Easy Smoked Shrimp – Cook Eat Paleo
So for the last one of this post, we have an easy smoked shrimp. And I mean, who doesn’t love smoked food? Well, I think it is a great and simple way to get a ton of flavor in a meal. Pair this with your favorite dipping sauce and you will be set for your next appetizer, snack or even part of a meal.