This recipe follows that standard pumpkin pie recipe, with a few paleo modifications. It’ll impress paleo and non paleos alike.
This delicious, grain-free pie crust is perfect for any holiday get-together and is perfectly paleo. Get the recipe here.
This low carb Cranberry relish is the perfect addition to your Keto holiday spread.
The key to making turkey, no matter how you plan on cooking it, is to brine it. This post covers the brining and smoking of the Turkey.
If you’ve been looking for a delicious keto side dish to add to your routine, this is it. This cauliflower Au Gratin is incredibly delicious.
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!
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.
An amazingly delicious twist and the classic soft caramel, apple cider and cinnamon give this classic holiday treat a delicious ad unexpected flavor.
Slowcooked sweet potatoes are the easiest way to prepare a lot of “baked” potatoes at one time without heating up your entire kitchen. This is a great way to have an easy source of carbs on hand right after a workout or for surprise dinner guests.
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.