If you only dream about bread, pastas and flours, wake up! You can be living the dream with our wonderful Paleo recipes that we’ve put together for you using Paleo ingredients such as almond flour, coconut flour, arrowroot and tapioca. Doughy favorites from your conventional diet past such as pizza, hamburger buns, and spaghetti become a healthy reality that provide satisfaction without the deleterious health effects we get from wheat and other grain products.
Need a Paleo pizza crust recipe? Try this one made with flax seeds and almonds. It rises due to the baking powder, which gives it a good texture. It's a … View Recipe
These muffins have plenty of Paleo-approved protein from the almonds and coconut to keep you running until lunchtime. You can add more sweetener to your taste, another nut butter in … View Recipe
You’ll never miss your favorite coffee shop muffins again with this grain free apple cinnamon muffin recipe. A quick homemade applesauce is paired with other healthy ingredients for a super … View Recipe
These muffins take minimal time to make and combine carrots and bananas with walnuts and dates to make a dense breakfast treat. They are tasty enough to make you wonder … View Recipe
In this recipe chocolate combines with coconut flour and bananas to make a decadent treat perfect for breakfast or snack time. The optional chocolate chip topping makes for a mouth-watering … View Recipe
This is a dense brightly colored bread that can replace sweet corn bread in your baking repertoire. You can also place the mixture in muffin tins. Feel free to add … View Recipe
A perfect treat for your celebrations: Valentine's Day, Single's Awareness Day, birthdays, or just a desperate need for chocolate. They're decadent, oh-so-moist, and taste like a luxurious version of the … View Recipe
Paleo baking can be challenging when you have multiple allergies but even if you’re avoiding eggs, nuts and coconut, you can bake up some delicious treats. These easy muffins are proof! … View Recipe
These muffins use flax seeds, almond, coconut and tapioca flours to make a moist, delicious baked good perfect for grabbing in the morning. You can use carrots instead of the … View Recipe
Got a bunch of zucchini from your garden you can’t use up? This Paleo zucchini bread is the easiest way to use them up while also satisfying your sweet tooth. … View Recipe
Herbed focaccia bread is delicious when served as a side or as the main dish. When creating this bread as a main dish, you can add all kinds of vegetables … View Recipe
Almost every pub in Ireland has its own special way to make soda bread. This soda bread—which rises from the interaction of baking soda, cream of tartar, and apple cider … View Recipe
There’s something about fresh baked bread that sends us all back to our childhood. Paleo bread can do the same thing for us with this delicious and easy to make … View Recipe
For those who are searching for the perfect veggie burger bun, but haven’t found one that tastes quite right or has the right ingredients to match your Paleo diet plan, … View Recipe
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 … View Recipe
These dairy and grain free scones are an excellent substitute for the real thing when you want to stick to your diet. Serve them warm for best results, but leftovers … View Recipe
Just because you’re following a Paleo diet doesn’t mean you have to give up pizza. Check out how to make this easy and delicious, gourmet Paleo pizza. It’s packed with … View Recipe
Fill your home with the aroma of pumpkin and spice when baking this seasonal favorite—Paleo pumpkin bread. This dessert is filled with everything that we’ve all grown up loving—cinnamon, nutmeg … View Recipe
As a Paleo version of this breakfast favorite, this muffin recipe uses almond flour, almond butter and organic pumpkin puree in place of the traditional ingredients. You can use applesauce … View Recipe
This is a very dense bread. Makes great toast with jam, or you could slice thin and make a sandwich. Be sure to let the dough sit as the coconut … View Recipe
I used to miss tortillas...until I figured out how to make tortillas from plantains! These baked beauties have a mellow flavor, making them extremely versatile for a number of dishes. … View Recipe
This Paleo version of pumpkin bread uses coconut sugar and coconut and almond flours to make a great substitute for the traditional recipe. Full-fat coconut milk adds richness to the … View Recipe
These tasty "breads" are sturdy and a little stretchy so you can wrap things up in them if you want. And they’re bland enough that they can go with anything … View Recipe
With almond butter, almond extract, and slivered almonds in the batter, these muffins have plenty of almond flavor. Frozen berries can be used instead of fresh, and you can also … View Recipe
These moist and tasty muffins combine zucchini and berries with dates, bananas, and almonds and nut flour. The naturally sweet fruits mean that no extra sweetener is needed, so these … View Recipe
Yes, noodles are possible on Paleo! No more brain fog, fatigue, bloat or other symptoms after eating pasta because Paleo pastas are grain-free and gluten-free. You can eat to your heart’s content without worry. Our kelp noodle, spaghetti squash and zucchini pasta recipes are flavorful and truly reminiscent of the real thing. Just open your mind and belly to new textures and flavors and you’ll never even miss your old recipes.
The quintessentially Italian ragu alla bolognese is a meat sauce slowly simmered to develop flavor and thicken. It’s a perfect recipe for the crockpot and an easy adaptation to Paleo. … View Recipe
Excellent paired with Paleo Pesto or Mojo Verde. … View Recipe
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 … View Recipe
This bright and fresh Paleo pasta will have you thinking spring! This recipe gets its herbal, anise-like flavor from the fresh tarragon. You can easily substitute fresh basil or flat … View Recipe
Grain-free flours are a staple in the Paleo pantry. Used in breads, muffins, cookies and other baked confections or as thickeners in savory recipes, grain-free flours can be made from many different vegetables and all types of nuts. However, one type of flour rises in popularity above the rest and that’s almond flour, the clear Paleo favorite. Using a food processor or blender, try our recipe for homemade almond flour or keep mixing for almond butter!
Make your own Almond Meal/Flour or Butter...and save money!
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