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”.
The perfect coffee or tea companion, these Maple Pecan Scones have no dairy and no grains so even if you are following a paleo or vegan lifestyle, you can indulge. The frosting is eat-by-the-spoon worthy all by itself but topping off the toasted pecan scones, you have the perfect salty sweet breakfast bread.
With both mashed potatoes and cauliflower and without any cream or butter, these are the healthiest and truly The Creamiest Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes possible.
Skip the cans and make the most delicious green bean casserole from scratch. With this recipe for Whole30 and Paleo Green Bean Casserole, you will not only enjoy a Thanksgiving classic, you won’t have to sacrifice the lifestyle eating choices you have made for the holidays.
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.
Not your Mother’s jellied cranberry sauce. This good on everything Jalapeno Orange Cranberry Sauce not only has orange zest and juice, it has chopped fresh jalapenos for a little spice.
Yes, it’s true. Biscuits can be both grain-free and vegan all while being light and tender. Almond flour and coconut oil are the stars but a few other pantry staples bring these Paleo Grain-Free Biscuits together to partner with gravy, honey or jam.
Similar to Tom Gha, Thai Chicken Coconut Soup is a coconut milk and chicken broth based soup with a heavy dose of lime juice to make it slightly tart. Shredded chicken and a ton of veggies make this the perfect mashup of traditional chicken soup and the Thai version.
Crunchy apples, nut butter for protein and two Paleo-friendly dessert sauces come together to make these Chocolate Caramel Stuffed Apples the perfect fall snack, treat or dessert.
Apple season calls for caramel sauce but what if you are following the Paleo tenets of eating? With this Paleo Sea Salt Caramel, you will get all the delicious caramelly flavor along with the mineral benefits of coconut sugar and no dairy.