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Necessity is the Mother of Paleo Invention

Mom and Baby Journey Into Paleo People embark on a Paleo lifestyle for many reasons but not surprisingly, their journey often begins as a quest to ameliorate allergies or intolerances caused by common standard American diet (SAD) foods. Not long ago, I received an email from a mom who was exclusively breastfeeding her 9 month old. Her baby had “terrible eczema” and had been diagnosed with allergies to dairy, wheat, soy, eggs, nuts, coconut, onions and garlic.  Mom decided to … Continue reading


Egg-free, Coconut-free, Nut-free Banana Muffins

Paleo baking can be a challenge when you have multiple food allergies. But don't despair! Even if you’re avoiding eggs, nuts and coconut, you can still bake up some delicious treats and this easy-to-make Paleo muffin recipe is proof of that! This healthy nut-free banana muffins recipe is also egg-free and coconut-free. Co-staring with bananas is sunflower seed butter, which adds a pleasing and nutty flavor to these banana muffins, without the use of actual nuts. If you don't have a nut allergy and … Continue reading


Sirloin Steaks with Creamy Mushrooms

If you're looking for a delicious way to prepare sirloin steak, then our Sirloin Steaks with Creamy Mushrooms recipe is for you! This Paleo recipe uses healthful coconut oil to saute garlic, mushrooms and rosemary into a delicious creamy topping for the broiled steaks. Serve with a side of our Smashed Root Vegetables for a well-rounded, super filling, and ultra healthy Paleo meal.  If you enjoyed this Sirloin Steaks with Creamy Mushrooms recipe, try our Cuban-Style Slow Cooker Flank Steak recipe next time. Looking for … Continue reading


Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups

When you need an elegant and simple appetizer dish to serve at your next event, this Paleo Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups recipe will not disappoint. Our recipe uses simple and healthy ingredients that perfectly complement one another in this four ingredient Paleo appetizer recipe. An extra bonus - they’re quick and easy to make the day of your event. They also plate-up easily and beautifully for a delicious and stunning presentation. If you enjoyed this simple Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups recipe, try our Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops appetizer recipe next … Continue reading


Shrimp and Zucchini Pasta

Juicy and flavorful shrimp perfectly complement this Paleo pasta recipe, which isn’t actually made from regular pasta but from zoodles, that is, zucchini noodles. You can use a vegetable peeler, mandolin slicer, julienne peeler or a vegetable spiralizer to create noodle-like ribbons from zucchini. Our Shrimp and Zucchini Pasta recipe is light and filling, and the perfect weeknight meal that you can quickly throw together, but tastes like you spent all night in the kitchen hard at work.  If you enjoyed this Shrimp … Continue reading

Cumin Scented Halibut with Balsamic Roasted Vegetables

In this elegant Paleo halibut recipe, cumin infused halibut combines with vegetables enhanced with sweet, tart vinegar placed on top of a colorful bed of wilted spinach. The result is a delicious paleo dish with a sophisticated flavor profile. This recipe also works well using other types of fish as well as other types of white meat, such as chicken breasts and thighs. If you enjoyed this Cumin Scented Halibut with Balsamic Roasted Vegetables recipe, try our Baked Salmon with Rosemary and … Continue reading

Sardine Salad

Think you don't like sardines? Just try them in this easy chopped Paleo Sardine Salad recipe, and you may be surprised. You can be playful and use the veggies you have on hand, swapping them out for the ones called for in the recipe if you have your own preferences for certain vegetables. Just chop everything up and throw it in a bowl, then toss it around to mix everything up, and enjoy! If you really, really don’t like sardines, you can use … Continue reading


Salami Stackers

These tasty little Paleo snacks are easy to make, and easy to pack on the go. If you don't prefer tomatoes and Dijon, then try using pickled peppers and horseradish instead. Or simply smear a slice of avocado with freshly ground black pepper to put on top of the salami slices. The possibilities are quite endless with this Salami Stackers recipe! If you enjoyed this recipe, try our Citrus Marinated Olives with Salami recipe next time. For other quick and easy Paleo snack ideas (and … Continue reading


Paleo Margarita

People are often surprised to find out that alcohol is allowed on the Paleo diet...in moderation of course! That's great news for those planning to host a Paleo party...you can still serve cocktails...hooray! For times like these (or when you just need to let your hair down), check out this simple to make Paleo margarita recipe. The ingredients used here are Paleo-friendly and also don’t sway from a traditional margarita, so everybody wins and your guests will love this mixer! For more … Continue reading

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Kale Salad with Ham

This Kale Salad with Ham recipe is a great way to get that nutrient-dense, leafy green kale in your diet, which is chock full of vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, B6, manganese, copper, potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium.  Ham makes a fantastic partner to kale in this easy to make and easy to enjoy Paleo recipe, which tastes just as great for breakfast as it does for lunch or dinner. If you enjoyed this Kale Salad with Ham recipe, try our Warm … Continue reading

Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill

This Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill recipe comes together quickly 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 to create unique and delicious flavors. This Paleo smoked salmon recipe can take the place of a scrambled egg breakfast dish, or, if you want to make the dish more substantial, you can add an egg to it. Kids love this dish as well! If … Continue reading

Bacon Stir-Fry Breakfast

This Paleo breakfast stir-fry recipe mixes bacon with a medley of colorful fresh vegetables and is a great option for those looking for a healthy weekend breakfast. Any green vegetable can be used in place of the green beans, including peas, kale, or broccoli. Chili powder and chopped garlic can be added for even more flavor. You can make this Paleo breakfast recipe even more substantial by serving it with a couple of scrambled eggs. If you enjoyed this Bacon Stir-Fry … Continue reading

Ham Stir-Fry Breakfast

This Paleo Ham Stir-Fry Breakfast recipe combines ham, sweet potatoes, and mushrooms together and then tops them with diced avocado for a delicious and delightfully textured morning meal. You can also replace the avocado with a couple of scrambled eggs if you desire, or add some hot chili powder to heat things up with some spice. This meal tastes just as great later in the day as it does for breakfast, so don't be afraid to make it for a … Continue reading

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Paleo(ish) Wedding Cupcakes

For the last month and a half whilst making arrangements for my upcoming wedding, I've been buzzing around shopping for dresses, suits, and shoes, tearing out my hair picking flowers, making tedious decisions concerning rings and menus, and crying my eyes out while choosing ceremony passages to be read by our loved ones. This thing is a roller coaster, as I'm sure everyone who's married can attest. Amidst all of this stress (I know, I know - my life is … Continue reading

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


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