If you want to embrace the pumpkiny nature of Thanksgiving, but making a pie seems too daunting, then this pumpkin custard is the perfect easy dessert that will delight your diners with both presentation and flavor! It can be prepared in individual serving glasses, or in one large glass dish, with the same, festive results! … Continue reading
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The turkey is always the “big deal” of the Thanksgiving feast, yet many worry that it’s too hard to roast their own whole turkey. This recipe yields delicious, juicy results without a ton of headache and with the fresh, unexpected zestiness of citrus flavors. You’ll be sure to delight the palates of your guests (and yourself!) with this exceptionally mouth-watering bird that is anything but dry. … Continue reading
These Paleo dinner rolls are quick and easy to prep and are the perfect sidekick to any soup, stew, or holiday meal. While they're more dense than typical white flour rolls, they have the classic, homestyle taste of yeast rolls.
Serving size = 1 roll
Recipe updated 11/1/15
Optional: Brine the turkey first.
*If you have purchased a frozen turkey, you will need to thaw it 3-4 days before you intend to brine it or roast it. Thaw by placing on a tray in the refrigerator in the original packaging. Do not thaw at room temperature. … Continue reading
It's almost time for the big day! I don't know about you, but I have yet to even get my turkey. However, I DO have our menu planned out and it's almost all from Paleo Plan. That's not because I'm contractually required to eat mostly Paleo Plan foods (because I'm not); it's because I think these recipes are delicious. Amazing. The best. So unlike last year, we won't be giving you another downloadable Turkey Day meal plan, but here it … Continue reading
Use this version of whipped cream on fresh sliced fruit or berries, or as a topping for another Paleo Plan dessert. … Continue reading