This Healthy (Paleo) Meatloaf Sante Fe a different way to enjoy this comfort food. The meatloaf can be served for lunch, brunch, or dinner. The recipe uses homemade salsa, ground beef with meatloaf spices like chipotle sauce, chili powder, cumin, garlic, sweet peppers, and onion. You’ll find melted cheese in the centre of the meatloaf and more on top! Yummy! If you are hunting for a delicious Keto Low-Carb Paleo meatloaf recipe paired with wine, check out this one!
This delicious Paleo Orange Almond Cake will hit that comfort food spot! I promise. It’s hard to believe you can boil oranges, peel on, and flavour a cake. So nutritious. Serve this cake with afternoon tea or after dinner. Ideal for that pot luck gathering, too! The recipe includes butter, allulose, eggs, coconut cream, vanilla extract, almond flour, GF baking powder, oranges, raw honey, eggs, cinnamon, and pecans. Check out the recipe!
This healthy (Paleo) chicken drumstick recipe sings with Caribbean goodness. The dish is so delicious with its sweet pineapple and coconut flavour and nutritional turmeric! You can enjoy these drumsticks for dinner throughout the year. All the ingredients are easily found in any local supermarket. The recipe uses chicken drumsticks, fresh garlic, coconut milk, unsweetened canned pineapple, red pepper, fresh ginger, garlic powder, onion powder, and fresh cilantro. Check out the recipe!
These healthy paleo cinnamon buns melt in the mouth and are nothing short of heavenly. The date paste makes the buns rich and decadent. Date paste when cooked tastes a lot like brown sugar! Yummy. You can enjoy these Healthy (Paleo) cinnamon buns any time of the year for dessert or as a treat. The ingredients include almond flour, tapioca flour, guar gum, baking powder, butter, apple cider vinegar, eggs, date paste, walnuts or raisings or both, coconut oil, maple syrup and unsweetened coconut. Absolutely mouth-watering! Check out the recipe!
You can enjoy this Healthy (Paleo) Homemade Carrot Cake all year. It’s rich and creamy and delicious. You would not even know that the cake is gluten and grain free. All the sugars are natural! The recipe uses coconnut oil, tapioca flour, plant-based butter, lemon juice, raw honey, carrot, eggs, date paste, cinnamon, maple extract, almond flour, sea salt, guar gum, eggs, baking powder, and pecans. Enjoy this cake for a snack or dessert. I think you’ll love this cake!
Be sure to make plenty of these gems. They are highly addictive! You can enjoy these gems any time of the year as an hors d’oeuvre to serve to guests at any event, as an appetizer before dinner, and even as a dessert! The recipe includes Paleo compliant bacon (free of nitrates and fillers) and under-ripe bananas or. plantain. Check out the recipe!
These little gems are healthy but high in carbohydrates, so enjoy a few, but don’t go wild! You can serve these babies as an hors d’oeuvre to guests or as an appetizer for dinner. I’ve also enjoyed these gems for dessert. Yes, dessert. The recipe contains nothing more than Paleo compliant bacon and pitted dates. Check out the recipe!
This is a super delicious and healthy salad. The flavours nicely offset each other. The refreshing lime juice nicely offsets the mango sweetness. The dense and chewy hearts of palm perfectly offsets the softness of Boston lettuce and crunchy onion. The recipe includes fresh lime juice, hearts of palm, Boston lettuce, fresh cilantro, red onion, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper. Pair this salad with a seasoned chicken breast or salmon. Check out the recipe!
Healthy (Paleo) Da Bomb Ketchup can be used in a plethora of recipes! The recipe uses tomato paste, coconut aminos, date paste, apple cider vinegar, nutritional yeast, and a whole lotta spice! If you are hunting for a Ketchup with no refined sugar this is the one for you! It’s absolutely delicious, singing with depth and roundness of flavour – umami! Check out this recipe!
This Healthy (Paleo) apple cake is simple to make, healthy, and delicious. Can be served as a snack or as dessert. The recipe uses an almond-based flour dough with dates, almonds, apples and more. It is dense and sweet with lovely apple and vanilla flavours. If you are hunting for simple apple-based dessert recipe paired with wine, check out this recipe!