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 to check out our hundreds of other FREE Paleo recipes) visit our PaleoPlan recipe center!

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Salami Stackers

Servings 2

Total Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Nutrition Information

calories 234

carbohydrate 5g

protein 13g

fat 20g


  • 1/4 pound(s) salami, hard sliced
  • 1/4 cup(s) mustard, dijon
  • 1 cup(s) tomatoes, cherry or grape halved


  1. Spread Dijon on salami slices. Top with half of a cherry tomato.


  1. Salami is not Paleo it is full of nitrates, nitrites, preservatives, salt and possibly wheat products as a binding agent same for bacon

    1. Zak – You can find very high quality salami out there that doesn’t contain any of those things. Applegate Farms makes some, as well as plenty of other companies. Please visit your nearest health food store and I’m sure you’ll find something. Or go online – you can always find high quality, Paleo options.

  2. I had salami with spicy peppers leftover from the Sicilian Salad and dijon. Easily my favorite snack so far!

  3. Mmmmmm. My first Paleo snack. So yummy! I found some “Hot Abruzzese Uncured Salami” without Nitrates and Nitrites and no wheat. Found it in the “cheese” section at Whole Foods. Wasn’t sure I’d like it, but it’s super yummy with the mustard and tomato! :)

  4. You can get bacon, salami, etc., Non-cured in health food stores such as Whole Foods, which is like Trader Joe’s. Actually, even Wal-Mart carries the salami and they also have some very good un-cured hot dogs. Hope that helps

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