Dill Dip Seasoning Blend
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Dill Dip Seasoning Blend

Dill is an often under-utilized herb because it is most commonly associated with pickles and not much else. But in cultures outside of America, it is widely used in a variety of dishes.
Rustic Pear Galette {grain-free, dairy-free, no refined sugar, paleo}
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Rustic Pear Galette – Paleo

A galette is a term used in French cuisine and is basically a freeform pie that is made on a flat surface and not in an actual pie plate.
Slowcooker Minestrone Soup
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Crockpot Paleo Minestrone Soup {with Instant Pot option}

We have enjoyed this soup both with and without the addition of the pork sausage, so it is both Whole30 and vegan friendly. This minestrone soup tastes even better than the endless soup from a certain chain restaurant, and you can make you own endless salad to go along with it.
Cinnamon Maple Meringues {by Our Paleo Life}
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Cinnamon Maple Meringue Cookies

Meringue cookies are one of those "fancy" cookies that is often overlooked because it seems too complicated. This is probably due to the fact that it has it's roots in French, Italian, and Swiss baking and that alone is enough to intimidate a novice baker. But meringue is actually very simple and straightforward to make with impressive results.
Peppermint Chocolate Truffles {dairy-free, nut-free} by Our Paleo Life
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Paleo Peppermint Chocolate Truffles

Typically, truffles are made with dairy, utilizing heavy cream to make the thick ganache filling. But for those of us with dairy-intolerances or that just follow the paleo diet for overall health, this can be a problem. To keep these dairy-free, we use full-fat coconut milk, which ensures that we're dairy-free but still get all that creamy deliciousness in our ganache.
Now you can have your pie and eat it too. The all-American, classic apple pie is now grain-, dairy, and refined sugar-free. All the taste of your grandmother's recipe, none of the allergens. #paleo
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Paleo Apple Pie {grain-free; dairy-free}

There are certain staples that are expected to be on every American holiday table, and apple pie is overwhelmingly at the top of that list. Whether it's in it's classic form, or served as a crumble, dutch-style, or a slab pie, sweet and cinnamon-y apples baked into a flaky crust is traditionally preferred over pumpkin and pecan pies.