A traditional Easter meal is centered around a large ham, usually accompanied by flaky biscuits, sweetened side dishes, and plenty of eggs. But what if you’re wanting to buck tradition in favor of easier, healthier options? I’ve got just the recipes for you. From easy Instant Pot dishes to simple sides and tasty beverages, you’ll have everything you need for a easy, delicious, healthy, and kid-friendly Easter Dinner.
These nut-butter filled chocolate eggs are the perfect treat for you Easter baskets. They contain all clean ingredients, no artificial colors or flavors, and are so easy to customize and make them all your own.
These nut-butter filled chocolate cups are the perfect treat for you Easter baskets. They contain all clean ingredients, no artificial colors or flavors, and are so easy to customize and make them all your own.
Although planning your Holiday feast can be a daunting task, I’m here to try and make things a little bit easier this year. Checkout these Paleo options!
A twist on the traditional carrot cake, this one is served with a light and airy meringue frosting instead of a heavy cream-cheese based frosting. The result is a perfectly sweetened light cake that is perfect for any occasion.
I like to consider myself a connoisseur of cakes, and when this grain-free miracle came out of the oven, I couldn’t believe my tastebuds. Not only is the taste chocolatey perfection, but the texture is spot on. I guarantee even gluten eaters wouldn’t know the difference in a blind taste test. Best frosted with Vanilla Swiss Meringue Buttercream and chocolate ganache.
While the name implies “buttercream”, there isn’t actually any butter or cream in this frosting. This is a perfectly light frosting to compliment our Grain-Free Chocolate Mud Cake (or cupcakes) and can be flavored with anything you prefer, not just vanilla.
I don’t know about you, but it is so hard for me to avoid all the tasty chocolates that pop up around Easter. So I created my own solution: dairy-free, refined-sugar-free caramel-filled chocolate eggs. They are like little paleo version of the Snickers Easter eggs, I kid you not.