We love Chinese takeout, but it’s basically impossible to find a place that doesn’t use some bad ingredients. So we make it ourselves and not only does it lack grains, MSG, and some gross oils, it actually tastes better.
Sometimes, kids (and adults!) just need some good old comfort food. These mini pizza bites taste just like a pizza, rolled up in one tiny bite-size morsel. The dairy-free version tastes just as cheesy, thanks to the nutritional yeast.
Our family recently returned from a 10-day trip to Florida to visit family. I grew up in Florida, so I was used to the heat and humidity, but then I left and my body just cannot handle it anymore. While it was great seeing my family again, I was so glad to come back home […]
Meatloaf is good, but you know what makes it great? Making them miniatures and packing them with veggies. They’re cute and sneaky, and best of all, they’re delicious!
A little bit of spice, smokey bacon and creamy paleo ranch are tied together with the crisp and crunchy shredded lettuce. That’s right we put lettuce in our omelette.
Get restaurant-style wings at home. Sticky, sweet, delicious wings. Sweet pomegranate juice and tangy ginger couple to make the perfect wings.
Traditionally made with brown sugar, this paleo version relies on the natural sweetness of tomatoes and maybe a bit of coconut sugar if you prefer. Piled on top of paleo waffle, this is about as perfect a comfort food as you can get.
During the last week of December 2014, our family took a little vacay to Jackson Hole, WY. We’d never been and were hoping to hit up Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Well, 1 out of 2 isn’t so bad. Due to it being winter and all, the south entrance to Yellowstone was […]
Make a flavorful and healthy dinner in 30 minutes with ingredients you have in the freezer and pantry. Paleo fast food to the rescue.
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.
Not nearly as time-intensive as the beautiful dish made in the animated film, but just as delicious, if not more so. The addition of ground beef makes this a hearty meal that will fill tummies and make everyone happy.
Ribs are definitely a paper plate kind of food, you know what I mean? It’s just the right way to eat them. So grab a paper plate, pile it high with a stack of these tasty ribs, and go to town. A pile of bones is a true gesture of gratitude to your chef.
There are two ways to make this dinner: paleo or primal. We are not hard and fast on the no-dairy rule in paleo. We avoid nearly all dairy, but on occasion we will eat some cheese or use butter in cooking. Feel free to leave out the cheese if dairy bothers you. It’s all good.
Coconut Curry Chicken is one of those easy set-it-and-forget-it type of meals that everyone in the family will devour and then ask for more. Restaurant quality food right at your dining room table.