My Favorite Paleo Pancakes

I must admit, a lot of the recipes on Pinterest sound too good to be true, often it’s because they are.  Don’t get me wrong, I’ve found some gems on there, but they definitely aren’t all winners. For example, I kept seeing pin after pin tout that 1 banana and 2 eggs is all you needed to make paleo pancakes, unfortunately I found that combination to be more like banana flavored omelet cakes.  They were simply too eggy and... Read More

Grassfed Meatloaf with Summer Squash, Eggs, Flax & Chia Seeds

Now that Halloween is over but Thanksgiving is not quite here, this is the perfect time to roll out one of my weeknight favorites.  This is a recipe that I make so often I don’t usually think much about it, but I have been tinkering with it for years now so I’m really happy to share where it’s at. It started as a variation of a meatloaf recipe from the South Beach Diet.  The original version calls for ground turkey, egg whites,... Read More

12 Easy Paleo Recipes

  I have been looking back on many of my old recipes and realized that the Paleo ones are some of the simplest to make with the fewest ingredients.  I’ve gather some of the best recipes here for you to check out – with many more to come! Cacao Macaroons Chocolate Coconut Cups Curry Baked Broccoli and Cauliflower Fresh Coconut Curry Grape Lemonade Green Zebra Gazpacho Raw and Decadent Raw Chocolate Pudding Raw Strawberry Mango Chia Pudding Roasted... Read More

raw strawberry mango chia pudding

there are several ways to make raw vegan pudding.  i wrote about making chocolate pudding with avocados, you can use coconut meat, or – as i did here – you can use chia seeds, which puff up and become gel-like with water. add any kind of fruit you’d like, i’ve used a pleasant blend of strawberry and mango, sweetened with a touch of maple syrup. Read More  Read More

Extra Seedy Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Chia was a staple of the ancient Aztec diet. I remember trying it at an anthropology museum in middle school, we put out our hands and they dropped a few tiny little seeds in our palms.  They didn’t taste much like anything but remember they puffed up with a gel-like substance when you let them sit on your tongue for a minute.  We were told the Aztecs ate them because you only need a little bit to get full since they absorb water and expand... Read More