With all the flavors of a loaded pie and even the look of the pan variety, this Spaghetti Squash Pan Pizza is so delicious, you will put it on permanent rotation. With a few tips and tricks, you can make even the spaghetti squash hater LOVE this “pizza”.

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Swedish meatballs definitely fall in the Comfort Food Hall of Fame category. These Swedish meatballs, however, have been made grain free and Paleo friendly by using almond flour instead of breadcrumbs and are nutrient dense due to the addition of mushrooms. The gravy is just as creamy as the traditional dairy based version without any dairy at all.

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What started with a nacho fest to celebrate the World Series ended with an idea for this Tex Mex Taco Casserole. Full of cauliflower rice, spiced ground beef and creamy cheese sauce – paleo and Whole30 friendly of course – then topped with lots of veggies, this is a delicious one-pan dinner.

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With warm spices and lots of colorful veggies, Jerk Chicken Rice Bowls cater to all your senses. The dry rub is addictive, Paleo-friendly and easy to keep around for when the Jerk jones strikes. The bowl ingredients can be reconfigured to make side dishes of coleslaw and rice if you want a little more formal meal.

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Need a quick healthy dinner? You’ve found it in this Blackened Mahi with Cucumber Avocado Salsa. The non-fish lover’s fish, Mahi Mahi is even better when seared in a smoking hot skillet with homemade blackened seasoning and topped off with the cool and creamy fresh salsa. The whole meal can be on the table in 15-20 minutes.

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With the intermingling of a million different flavors that offer a perfect combination of spice, tart and a little sweetness, Red Curry Chicken is completely addictive. Already perfectly paleo-ized, those on Whole30 can also enjoy this with one simple modification.

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What is it about Mediterranean food that is so addictive? Is the hot and cold elements, the spices, the copious amounts of fresh olive oil and lemon? I don’t know but I do know that this Mediterranean Beef and Hummus Bowl has it all. With several variations to fit almost any diet including Whole30, Paleo, raw, vegan and vegetarian.

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When you score at the farmers market, sometimes it’s hard to know how to use it all up. This Summer Squash and Sausage Hash is an example of how to use a basic technique with whatever you find at your favorite market to make a fast healthy meal. It’s Simply Real Food™ at its best.

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Grilled chicken breasts are a basic for meal prep or healthy eating in general. But if you don’t know how to grill chicken breasts that aren’t dry using these simple tricks, you will end up with something close to shoe leather instead of juicy chicken breasts. It’s really easy, let me show you.

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Spatchcock Chicken, AKA Flattened Chicken is a quick way to roast a whole chicken and veggies. Tuck spice rub or marinade underneath the skin and all the flavorful juices drip down onto roasting veggies. It is a super easy way to create a juicy chicken dinner in well under an hour.

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