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Traditional Mashed Potatoes

Since real potatoes are Paleo, why not enjoy this traditional Thanksgiving staple? This recipe prepares them without milk, yet still gives them a creamy texture that will have dinner guests going back for seconds (and thirds!). Top them with the garlic apple gravy, or enjoy them on their own for a rich, filling comfort food that you’ll want to enjoy all winter long! … Continue reading

Spicy Roasted Root Vegetable Soup

Spicy Roasted Root Vegetable Soup

As the weather gets cooler, soups become a staple on the menu. This one, made with hearty root vegetables makes a filling addition to a weeknight dinner. Roasted the veggies brings out their sweet flavor, the result is a savory, sweet and spicy soup that will become a surefire hit. … Continue reading

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

These easy to prepare sweet potato fries are healthy and addicting, and a perfect side dish to your favorite burgers, roasted meats, or a juicy steak. You can adjust the seasoning to your preference, making these the perfect customizable side or snack. … Continue reading

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Cauliflower Fried Rice

Rice is one of those foods that many people find difficult to ‘give up’ when they ‘go Paleo.’ Thankfully cauliflower ‘rice’ is simple to make, low in carbohydrates, high in nutrients, and tastes deceivingly similar to the ‘real deal’ in this fried ‘rice’ dish! … Continue reading

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Basic Riced Cauliflower

Rice is one of those foods that many people find difficult to ‘give up’ when they ‘go Paleo.’ Thankfully cauliflower “rice” is simple to make, low in carbohydrates, high in nutrients, and a wonderful accompaniment to many Paleo dishes. Use it anywhere that you would regular rice, such as in fried ‘rice’ , with stir-frys, in pilafs, and more!

Serving Size = 1/2 cup … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Squash Noodles – Paleo Pasta

Spaghetti squash is like a gift from the Paleo gods. When cooked, the flesh of this hard winter squash turns into long, noodle-like strands, which are a heavenly grain-free and low-carb substitution for traditional noodles. Their size and texture are similar to that of angel hair pasta (tender, chewy, and slightly crunchy), with a mild taste that isn’t sweet or earthy like other winter squashes. Due to their neutral flavor, they can substitute for regular noodles in virtually any dish...from … Continue reading