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Chorizo Rice with Fried Egg

This is one of my favorite breakfasts, but I enjoy it just as frequently for lunch and dinner. Chorizo and cauliflower ‘rice’ are sautéed together with flavorful veggies and topped with a fried egg for a protein-packed meal that provides energy for hours. If you like things spicy, consider adding some chili powder, cayenne powder, or paprika to the mix. When purchasing chorizo, make sure to read the ingredient list, as many types of store-bought chorizo contain non-Paleo ingredients. If … Continue reading

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Sausage and Zucchini Breakfast Casserole

This quick and easy Paleo dish takes a classic combination of sausage, mushrooms and thyme and adds eggs and zucchini to make a filling and delicious breakfast casserole. We recommend assembling the casserole the night before, and then baking it in the morning - it will save you a ton of time and you will have a piping hot breakfast to start off your day right! If you enjoyed this Sausage and Zucchini Breakfast Casserole recipe, try our Creamy Chicken and Broccoli … Continue reading

BLT-Breakfast

BLT Breakfast

Crisp bacon combines with the bright flavor of spinach and tomatoes in this unique Paleo breakfast recipe. The addition of eggs, avocado and almonds tops up the protein and healthy fat content of this healthy BLT breakfast. You can replace the bacon with salami if you like (or to save some time). If you’re tight on time in the morning, you can also cook the bacon, reserve the drippings, and chop the vegetables the night before. If you enjoyed this … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Eating Paleo on the Cheap

We just received our 1,459th question about how to eat Paleo inexpensively. Ok, that's an exaggeration, but there are a lot of people who ask for help with budgeting their Paleo groceries. Luckily, my husband and I just decided to try to cut our food budget in half because it was getting a little out of control over here, so I have a lot of suggestions. Here goes. Meat First of all, go to www.texasgrassfedbeef.com or find a local rancher to sell you … Continue reading

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My Paleo Ketogenic Experiment And Meal Plan

I'm in my second day of very low carb, moderate protein, very high fat eating. I'm trying to make my way into nutritional ketosis. Why I'm Doing It First of all, for more info on what nutritional ketosis is, go here. You can make fun of me for jumping on the Jimmy Moore ketogenic bandwagon, but it's in the name of science. I'm thinking about writing an ebook on the topic, so I'll need to know it inside and out. This … Continue reading

Steak and Eggs

Steak and Eggs

Steak and eggs is a classic breakfast dish that totally takes me back to my youth. In this steak and eggs recipe, we've made this traditional combination even more nutritious (and Paleo-friendly) with the addition of onions, mushrooms, peppers, and greens sautéed in coconut oil. Our Paleo Steak and Eggs recipe is a healthy and filling breakfast that is sure keep you satisfied until lunch (or longer!). If you enjoyed our Paleo Steak and Eggs recipe, then try our Sirloin Steaks with Creamy Mushrooms recipe … Continue reading

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What are the Foods on the Paleo Diet?

You may have seen the news. The paleo diet is portrayed with cavemen eating meat—lots of meat. Perhaps that is an exaggeration for the sake of news program ratings, but yes, the Paleo diet does include meat. It also includes LOTS of other foods! So, what does the paleo diet consist of? What is on the Paleo Diet Food List? Vegetables Yep, lots of vegetables. Beets, turnips, parsnips, radish, spinach, lettuce, kale, beet top, mustard greens, collard greens, jerusalem artichokes, … Continue reading

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Tex-Mex Breakfast Scramble

This quick and tasty Paleo casserole recipe combines sautéed chicken, eggs and vegetables together with Tex-Mex spices like cumin and chili powder. This Paleo recipe can easily be modified to be vegetarian by leaving out the chicken. You could also replace the chicken with steak, turkey, sausage, lamb, or any type of meat of your choice. Feel free to add other spices like chipotle seasoning to your taste as well. If you enjoyed this Tex-Mex Breakfast Scramble recipe, try our Chicken Stir-Fry … Continue reading

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Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Brighten up your morning scrambled eggs with this delicious and well-balanced Paleo breakfast recipe featuring smoked salmon, farm fresh eggs, creamy avocado, and peppery chives. You can finish this dish with capers and fresh dill to kick the flavor up even more, and sautéing some kale in the pan prior to cooking the eggs adds nutrition and texture. If you enjoyed this Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs recipe, try our Scrambled Eggs with Bacon and Vegetables recipe next time. For more FREE Paleo breakfast … Continue reading

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Scrambled Eggs with Bacon and Vegetables

This easy breakfast recipe combines the grounding protein of crisp bacon and fluffy eggs with vibrant, healthy vegetables like tomatoes, zucchini, and spinach. It’s a convenient, self-contained dish as well with the use of bacon drippings as a cooking fat. Feel free to use cherry tomatoes instead for additional tang, or chop some fresh basil and add at the same time as the spinach for extra flavor.

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Q&A: Saturated Fat, Dairy, Breakfast, Salt

Here's Dear Paleo Plan, Are chicharrons (fried pig skins) acceptable for the diet? And is it ok to use Whey protein shakes to sub for breakfasts and snacks? I know whey is dairy in origin, but will it harm the overall effect of the diet?? I am not a fan of the muffins made with almond flour and eggs every day for breakfast has become hard to stomach- what can I eat that will be quick, easy and have staying power? … Continue reading

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You Are What You Eat: Why Meat Quality Matters

**** THIS WEEK ONLY GET 2 FREE NY STEAKS + 10% Off + Free Shipping at Butcher Box **** Today I’d like to focus on something that is incredibly close to my heart: the importance of the source of your meats.  I was a vegetarian for about 10 years, and my reason for not eating meat was my bleeding heart for animals’ welfare.  I'm about to go PETA on you for a minute, so beware. When I decided not to … Continue reading

Summer Vegetable Frittata

Summer Vegetable Frittata

This delicious frittata is chock-full of luscious summer produce like tomatoes, zucchini, and peppers. If you don’t have an oven-proof skillet you can avoid the broiling step by covering the pan with a lid after the frittata finishes on the bottom, removing it from the heat and allowing it to sit for a couple of minutes. It reheats well so it can be made a day or two ahead of time. … Continue reading

Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Guacamole Deviled Eggs

This recipe is a Paleo version of the traditional favorite, featuring buttery avocado to boost the healthy fat profile. You can add more hot sauce if you desire. You can also add onion salt, celery salt, and cumin to the avocado-egg yolk mixture for a more complex flavor, or replace lemon juice with lime juice.
This recipe was based on a submission by Rodney Henson, and modified from the original recipe found here. … Continue reading

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Veggies & Eggies

An easy breakfast dish with lots of different textures, this recipe features bacon, eggs, smooth avocado, nutritious kale, and aromatic onion and garlic. Feel free to be creative and add other greens or vegetables as desired, such as bell pepper or mushrooms. If you’re new to Paleo and miss eating hash browns or biscuits for breakfast, try this recipe. Other dark leafy greens or leftover veggies may be used instead of the specific veggies listed below. … Continue reading

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Chef Salad

This Chef Salad combines classic fresh ingredients like lettuce, tomatoes, celery, and avocado with hard-boiled eggs, chicken or ham and crumbled bacon. A Paleo-approved salad dressing completes the dish. This is a surprisingly filling salad that can be eaten for lunch or dinner. … Continue reading

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