Ok, here is a SUPER simple, fast, and delicious kale recipe. It definitely satisfies the salty and crunchy craving too! It is also Paleo and Paleo AIP compliant☺ Sea Salt and Lime Kale Recipe CourseSnacks Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe Sea Salt and Lime Kale Recipe CourseSnacks Votes: 0 Rating:…
This is a Paleo AIP approved recipe for rolls that is super simple to make, and easy to enjoy! Plus your gut will love it because it has tons of great fiber in each roll!
Beets and Cabbage are powerhouse vegetables with phytonutrients that contain anti- cancer properties. So be sure to add them to your grocery list the next time to go out shopping and make this delicious cabbage beet slaw.
I love salmon. I also love pesto which makes this wild salmon with basil pesto a recipe to come back to over and over again!
These Almond Honey Crisps are the perfect snack for school, work, or even an after dinner treat. Your whole family is sure to love it. Enjoy!
Enjoy this simple and delicious, egg-free, grain-free, nut-free, sweetener-free, dairy-free, vegan, ‘paleo-licious’ pancake!
This rosemary garlic combo is a quick and easy, yet flavorful way to put some pizzazz (and healing herbs) in your burger.
Who doesn’t love a quick and easy guacamole?! Guac is one of my all-time favorite condiments! You can use guac to dip veggies in as a snack, throw it in your morning eggs or turkey hash, or use it as topping on an entree.
In this dish, the “fettuccine” is actually made from carrots shredded into ribbons with a vegetable peeler. I think you’ll be surprised at how much it tastes like the real thing. The sauce clings to the ribbons, giving each bite a delectable, earthy flavor. This recipe was contributed by Amie Valpone, Founder of The Healthy…
I love my original morning turkey hash recipe, however this week I found myself looking for a change! So here is another great quick and easy morning sausage hash that I experimented with earlier in the week. You can use chicken, or turkey or pork, and you can also chop up the spinach and form…