Bacon wrapped or meat-free, these spicy creamy jalapeño poppers use nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavor without the dairy. Perfect for holiday parties.
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?
Pork, it doesn’t have to be rubbery and tasteless. This pork loin is baked to perfection and glazed with a perfect blend of sweet and tangy. Best part? Any beginner cook can master this easy meal.
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.
No-bake desserts are my favorite. Very little prep time and ready to eat quickly are also bonuses. This dessert is the trifecta with all 3 of those elements. And it’s delicious to boot. What more could you ask for?!
Coconut milk replaces dairy in this classic dessert recipe. No worries about gut issues while enjoying your favorite treat. And rather than white sugar as a caramelized topping, use maple sugar instead.
Not all holiday treats are kid-friendly, so make them (or yourself, for that matter) a little something special without the alcohol and added sugars. Homemade cranberry juice lets you control the ingredients and sweetness.
Store brand cranberry juice has added sugars that counteract the benefits of cranberries. This version uses beneficial honey and you control the sweetness.
Leftover Thanksgiving turkey getting boring. Jazz it up with berries, vinegar, and a little spice to heat things up. Adjust the spiciness to suit your tastebuds.
As if planning a Thanksgiving meal wasn’t stressful enough, add in the need to do so without grains, refined sugars, and dairy, and it can be an incredibly daunting task. Trying to convert your classic favorites into paleo-approved dishes can be difficult, so save yourself the stress and hassle and check out these tried-and-true recipes […]
No canned green beans or condensed soups with weird ingredients in them. Just real, fresh food for your holiday table. The way it should be.
Apple pie is about as classic as it gets, and this rustic twist is just right for a casual holiday meal with loved ones. Sweet apples, a sticky caramel sauce, and a crunchy streusel topping. Perfection.
This isn’t your ordinary pecan pie, there’s no corn syrup, no refined sugars, and no grains. As if that wasn’t good enough, through in some soy-free, dairy-free chocolate chips. It’s so good, nobody will guess it’s paleo.
I remember the first time I ever cooked a turkey. Luckily, it isn’t one of those first-timer experiences that involves a fire truck or inedible food. It was pretty uneventful, for the most part. And the turkey was edible and appeared to be enjoyed by all, whether they were lying or not does not matter […]
This was the one Thanksgiving side dish that I could never get enough of. And now it’s grain-free and dairy-free. It should really be classified as a dessert, but who am I to argue.