While not strict paleo (this recipe uses actual white rice), it's the perfect way to enjoy a classic holiday favorite without all the dairy and sugar. Coconut milk, cashew milk, and pure maple syrup combine to make a perfectly creamy dessert.
Sometimes you just need a little crunch in your life and these crackers fill that void. With just a handful ingredients and a half hour, you can have homemade grain-free crackers. Use them to scoop up your favorite dip or salsa, or eat them plain.
Bacon wrapped or meat-free, these spicy creamy jalapeño poppers use nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavor without the dairy. Perfect for holiday parties.
When did we start to think drinking milk was a good idea? During the Paleolithic era there was…
Our family is always on the go, so finding so finding ways to stay nourished while we're off on an adventure is important. These little cookies are the perfect mix of soft, chewy, crunchy, and chocolatey. Perfect for a hike in the mountains.
First, let me say that I know this is a food blog, but bear with me for a…
Eggnog is a holiday season staple for most people, but for those of us with sensitivities to dairy, it's not. There are plenty of dairy-free options in most grocery stores, but they are filled with thickeners like carrageenan which have other negative effects on the body. Why do that to yourself when making it it home is so easy and tastes better than anything store-bought?