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Green Smoothie Bowls

Smoothies are a great way to pack a lot of nutrients into a meal, and it’s super fast at that. Sometimes, you want more than just a drinkable meal, but still want the quick burst of nutrition to start your day off right. Enter these green smoothie bowls — thicker than a smoothie, with healthy toppings that make it a meal, and just as fast as your morning smoothie. You can customize this however you like; simply add a little less … Continue reading

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Paleo Applesauce

This basic slow-cooker recipe for Paleo-approved applesauce uses slightly sweeter varieties of apples, like honeycrisp, gala, or fuji, so there is no need for extra sweetener. Spices like cardamom, cinnamon, and ginger help complement the apple flavor. This applesauce can be eaten warm or cold. … Continue reading

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Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie

Smoothies are the perfect breakfast or snack for meals on the run. The chia seeds in this deliciously fruity version add a unique texture. Drink the smoothie right away for a satisfying crunch, or wait for the seeds to “gel” and enjoy a texture similar to tapioca pearls. This shake is lower in protein than most Paleo breakfasts, so be sure to pair it with a hard-boiled egg, some cooked chicken or sausage, or a handful of almonds for a … Continue reading

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Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups

When you need an elegant and simple appetizer idea to serve at your next event, these prosciutto and melon wrap-ups will not disappoint. They use simple Paleo ingredients, plus they’re quick and easy to make the day of your event. When finished, they plate-up beautifully for a delicious presentation. … Continue reading

Paleo Granola Musesli

Paleo Granola / Muesli

Think you can’t have granola on a Paleo diet? Think again! Instead of oats, this recipe uses ingredients like almonds, walnuts and chia seeds and toasts them in the oven to bring out their full flavor. You can enjoy this recipe warm or at room temperature. It is delicious with coconut or almond milk poured on top. … Continue reading