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Liver Sausage and Eggs-3

Liver Sausage and Eggs

If you’re not a fan of the strong taste of most liver recipes, then this offal recipe is for you! Our Paleo liver sausage will help you sneak in the abundance of nutrients found in organ meats in a seriously delicious way! These liver sausages are made from a combination of ground pork, grass-fed beef, and beef liver with just the right amount of seasoning. Paired with eggs fried in olive oil, this nutrient-dense Paleo breakfast is a hearty and filling combination of healthy proteins and … Continue reading


Italian Sausage Stew

This mouth-watering Italian Sausage Stew recipe was shared by one of our awesome Paleo Plan meal plan members, and we think it’s a winner! The flavor is outstanding on its own, or you can try serving it atop a plop of our creamy cauliflower mashers. I've made this recipe countless times for guests, family, and the pickiest of non-Paleo eaters...and every single time it's been a smashing success! I'll often make a double batch, and then freeze half of it for later since … Continue reading

Pork and Noodle Soup

Pork and Noodle Soup

Rich in flavor, this Paleo noodle soup recipe uses zucchini as noodles (also known as zoodles). A flavorful broth spiked with coconut aminos gives this unique pork soup recipe a rich umami flavor often associated with noodle dishes, but without the processed soy and MSG. This comforting and healthy winter meal is easily customized using whatever veggies you have on hand, and is perfect for a quick lunch as well. For more Paleo soup recipes and other scrumptious FREE Paleo recipes, visit the PaleoPlan recipe home page! … Continue reading

Shredded Pork and Pineapple Lettuce Wraps

Shredded Pork and Pineapple Lettuce Wraps

Slow roasted shredded pork makes delicious lettuce wraps, and when topped with tangy pineapple and crunchy vegetables, it’s a healthy Paleo dinner option with leftovers for lunch the next day. For more delicious Paleo pork recipes (and hundreds of other FREE Paleo recipes), please visit our Paleo Plan recipe center! … Continue reading

Andouille Sausage and Pepper Bowl with Zucchini Noodles

Quick and Easy Sausage and Pepper Bowl with Zucchini Noodles

Smoked Andouille sausage cooked with bell peppers and onions makes a great topper for zucchini noodles in our Quick and Easy Sausage and Pepper Bowl with Zucchini Noodles recipe. This is the perfect quick and easy Paleo meal to make when you’d rather be anywhere but in the kitchen, but still want something nutritious and filling. Got leftover sausages from this meal? You can use them up in our Sausage Stir-Fry Breakfast recipe in the morning. If you're looking for even … Continue reading

Three Pepper Pork Stew

Three Pepper Pork Stew

If you have peppers left over from your summer garden, this spicy pork stew recipe is a great way to use them up. While it does take time for the pork to become tender, it’s mostly hands off time, so that you can do other things while dinner is cooking. Like most stews, this one tastes even better the next day, so don’t be afraid to make it a day early. If you enjoyed our Three Pepper Pork Stew recipe, … Continue reading

Paleo Meat Loaf-web

Paleo Meatloaf with Tomato Glaze

This Paleo meatloaf recipe is simple to make and easy to customize with your favorite seasonings. What makes it stand apart from most recipes, however, is that instead of baked in a loaf pan, the meat is simply formed into a loaf by hand and baked on a baking sheet. This allows to fat to drain away from the meat, which avoids the sogginess you sometimes get with a loaf pan. If you liked this Paleo meatloaf recipe, try our … Continue reading

How to Make Paleo Pigs in a Blanket

Pigs In a Blanket

Pigs in a Blanket bring back childhood memories for many of us, plus they’re fun to make (and even funner to eat)! The next time you need a healthy snack idea or appetizer to serve at a party or any kind of get-together, this Paleo treat is sure to conjure up smiles all around! You can substitute olive oil for the coconut oil in this recipe if you like. If you're looking for a Halloween-inspired version of this dish, try our Halloweiners or Lil … Continue reading


Crockpot Bolognese Sauce and Spaghetti Squash

The quintessentially Italian ragu alla bolognese, or "Bolognese Sauce" is a meat sauce that has been slow simmered to develop flavor and thicken slowly, but traditional versions aren't always Paleo friendly. This Paleo Crockpot Bolognese Sauce and Spaghetti Squash recipe is perfect for your crock pot or slow cooker and tastes even better the next day. Spaghetti squash serves as the Paleo pasta in this wonderful dish that will have your guests coming back for seconds and thirds. If you enjoyed this Crockpot Bolognese Sauce recipe, try … Continue reading


Ginger and Garlic Pork Tenderloin with Cauliflower Rice

If you're looking for a flavorful way to prepare pork tenderloin that's also Paleo friendly, then you're in the right place! This Paleo pork tenderloin recipe is exploding with garlic and ginger goodness, and when served over cauliflower rice, you've got yourself a winning flavor combination! If you manage to have any leftovers, they taste great the next day for a quick and healthy lunch. If you enjoyed this Ginger and Garlic Pork Tenderloin with Cauliflower Rice recipe, try our Pork Tenderloin with … Continue reading


Coconut Aminos, Soy Sauce and Bragg Liquid Aminos

Do you have a craving that only a drizzle of salty, earthy soy sauce can cure? The unique flavor of soy sauce or tamari (a version made without wheat) is hard to duplicate, but rest easy, dear Paleo umami lovers; there is a replacement for you. Coconut aminos have stormed the soy-castle as a Paleo friendly substitution. While not an identical swap, coconut aminos serve as a natural condiment that can be used as a simple dipping sauce for sashimi, … Continue reading

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

Roasted Pork Fajita Salad with Coconut Lime Dressing

This Roasted Pork Fajita Salad with Coconut Lime Dressing recipe transforms pork tenderloin into a healthy Paleo salad meal that will have your guests coming back for seconds. These pork fajitas are made with tender roasted pork and vegetables and topped with a creamy coconut dressing that does a wonderful job of complementing the spices. You can deconstruct this recipe from a salad and easily turn it into a more traditional fajita recipe that is served on Paleo plantain tortillas instead of … Continue reading

kielbasa with broccoli and cabbage

German Kielbasa with Broccoli Slaw and Cabbage

If you’re in the mood for something hearty and filling, this German Kielbasa with Broccoli Slaw and Cabbage recipe is a unique twist on the usual sausage and sauerkraut. You can buy broccoli slaw (thinly sliced broccoli, carrots, and cabbage) where you buy the bagged salads, so it’s easy to prepare this healthy meal. Then shred some more cabbage and you’ve got your veggies ready to go. If you can’t find broccoli slaw anywhere in your supermarket, just substitute it … Continue reading


Sausage with Leeks and Tomatoes

Our Sausage with Leeks and Tomatoes recipe creates an easy, savory meal with creamy leeks and a bit of spice. Any type of sausage, such as chicken, turkey, venison, or beef could also be used in this Paleo recipe. This Italian inspired meal tastes just as good for breakfast as it does for lunch or dinner, so make some extras for leftovers the next day! If you enjoyed our Sausage with Leeks and Tomatoes recipe, try our Quick and Easy Sausage and … Continue reading


Bacon Wrapped Dates

Bacon and dates together make a surprisingly delicious pairing. Baking the dates softens them and brings out their wonderful sweetness, making them a scrumptious contrast to crispy and savory bacon. Feel free to use pecans instead of the almonds in this Bacon Wrapped Dates recipe. These tasty little Paleo morsels are perfect as mid-day snacks or appetizers for a party (warning - they'll disappear quick!). If you like this Bacon Wrapped Dates recipe, try our Maple Bacon Wrapped Peaches recipe or our Coconut … Continue reading