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Smoked Salmon Cucumber Bites with Cashew Cream Cheese

Smoked Salmon Cucumber Bites with Cashew Cream Cheese

Smoked salmon is a perfect Paleo snack food. It’s high in protein and heart healthy fat and requires no preparation. It doesn't really get better than that! This quick snack recipe is made with a cashew cream cheese that takes only two ingredients, but tastes just as rich and indulgent as the traditional dairy version. When topped on cucumber slices, it makes a decadent snack that is easy, healthy, and downright delicious. If you have a high-powered blender, you can … Continue reading

Winter Slaw with Quick Salmon Cakes

Winter Slaw with Quick Salmon Cakes

Canned wild salmon makes a quick and easy topping to this hearty and heart-healthy winter salad. Our Winter Slaw with Quick Salmon Cakes are easy to transport; simply pack the vegetables and dressing separately. You can cook the salmon patties in advance and then put the rest of the dish together quickly when you’re ready to eat. For more FREE Paleo seafood recipes, check out our PaleoPlan recipe center! … Continue reading

Salmon and Bacon Kale Salad

Salmon and Bacon Kale Salad

This filling Paleo kale salad makes a great use of leftovers like salmon or crumbled bacon. Don’t skip the step of massaging the kale; it makes it much easier to enjoy the nutritious greens raw and also helps to release their nutrients. For more Paleo salad and salad dressing recipes, visit our PaleoPlan recipe center! … Continue reading

Chopped Italian Tuna Salad

Italian Tuna Salad

A good chopped salad uses a lot of flavorful ingredients and mixes them well, so that you have a little of everything in each bite. This Italian tuna salad recipe does that well, and combines heart healthy tuna with crunchy Romaine, artichokes, and other flavorful ingredients. A quick lemon dressing brings it all together nicely. For more Paleo salad and salad dressing recipes, visit our PaleoPlan recipe center! … Continue reading

Slow Cooker Salmon and Butternut Squash

Slow Cooker Salmon with Cranberry Squash

Fish doesn’t seem like something you would put in a slow cooker, but this Paleo slow cooker salmon and squash recipe will change your mind about that! You’ll start by cooking down some butternut squash with tart cranberries until velvety, and then add your fish filets at the end. The result is perfectly cooked salmon that will change the way you think about slow cooking. For more delicious Paleo slow cooker recipes (and hundreds of FREE Paleo recipes) please visit our PaleoPlan recipe center! … Continue reading


Simple Tuna Salad

It doesn’t get much easier than this simple tuna salad! Packed with protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids, this Paleo tuna salad tastes great when eaten on its own, served upon a bed of mixed greens, or wrapped up in lettuce leaves. If you liked this simple tuna salad recipe, try our Mediterranean Tuna Salad recipe next time! Looking for even more delicious Paleo recipes? Look no further and visit our PaleoPlan Recipe Center for hundreds of FREE Paleo recipes. … Continue reading


Sardine Tacos

Trust me, even if you think you hate sardines, you will love these tacos!  And it’s worth giving them a try because sardines are so nutrient dense and full of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.  One can of sardines with the bones contains 250 IU of vitamin D and 351 mg of calcium, more than you get in a cup of milk.  Sardines are also a good source of vitamin B12, niacin, selenium, CoQ10, zinc, copper, iron and magnesium.  It’s best … Continue reading


Waikiki Salmon

After spending time in Hawaii this summer, I wanted to recreate the flavors of the Islands here at home.  Since I’m always trying to get my family to eat more fish and wild Alaskan salmon is a variety everyone likes, I decided to try it topped with coconut oil, fresh pineapple and shredded coconut.   I portioned the ingredients out, bundled them in parchment paper and baked them in the oven.  The result was truly delicious and my kids cleaned their … Continue reading

Mediterranean Tuna Salad

Mediterranean Tuna Salad

This paleo tuna salad will definitely have you going for seconds. The robust flavors of Kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, roasted peppers, and artichokes mix with delicate herbs to create a delicious medley that is perfect for lunch or a light dinner. Served on lettuce leaves, it also looks beautiful. … Continue reading

Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill

Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill

This dish comes together fast with very simple preparation and just a few ingredients. It takes the traditional pairing of salmon and dill and adds aromatic fennel and healthy coconut oil. It can take the place of a scrambled egg dish, or, if you want to make the dish more substantial you can add an egg to it. Kids like it as well. … Continue reading


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


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Brighten up your morning scrambled eggs with this delicious and well-balanced dish featuring smoked salmon, creamy avocado and peppery chives. Finishing the dish with capers and fresh dill can kick the flavor up even more, and sautéing some kale in the pan prior to cooking the eggs can add nutrition and texture. … Continue reading

Paleo Nicoise Salad

Paleo Niçoise Salad

Try this Paleo version of the French classic if you’d like a healthy meal that’s also sophisticated and elegant. Capers, olives, tomatoes, green beans, tuna and eggs are accented with mustard, lemon juice and olive oil for a tasty Mediterranean salad. Feel free to leave out the tuna if you’d like to serve it as a side salad. You can also add other greens such as spinach if desired. … Continue reading