Coming up with paleo lunches all the time can be difficult. Time to add a little variety to the mix. Here’s a visual guide to help with the decision making process.
High fat, Keto Italian sub roll-up lunch with 20g of fat, 10g of protein and less than 1 net carb. The perfect Keto lunch.
These stuffed peppers are an easy and delicious way to use up your summer produce and have an impressive dinner for your guests. Plus, they are allergen-free and Whole30-compliant.
These Mini Tuna Melts are the perfect replacement for tuna melt sandwiches. All the same great taste and creamy texture, but without the bread and bulk.
These fast and easy chicken tenders are kid-approved. Delicious all on their own or cut up in a salad, they make the perfect lunch or dinner.
This method of cooking the perfect, paleo prime rib will give you the delicious, melty meat you’re mouth has been watering for. Ingredients do not include dairy or grain.
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.
Takeout dinners are so tempting. You manage to make it through the whole day successfully, then you remember that your kids have activities that evening and you completely forgot to cook dinner and everyone’s tummies are grumbling (and their mouths are whining).
Switching up breakfast with something like a dairy free quiche option is sometimes exactly what is needed (to help keep you motivated).
The end of Daylight Savings has had some unexpected consequences around here. No, not a disruption of kids’ schedules, or mild depression over the fact that it looks like midnight at 5pm (ok, maybe a little bit of that). The real problem is with the chickens. This will be our second winter as chicken parents, […]
These balsamic and red wine braised short ribs are the perfect comfort food on a chilly winter day. Made with coconut sugar and paleo-friendly ingredients, these are a kid favorite.
I can’t even begin to count how many times I have stood in front of the open fridge, staring at the meat drawer, thinking “What am I going to make for dinner?”. It’s not like the contents of the drawer will magically change, I could just close the fridge and figure it out, but I […]
Good morning, sunshines! Or do you usually just mutter “ugh, morning”. I’m usually more of the latter, a night-owl, if you will. Always have been, probably always will be. I always say “I’m going to go to bed at 10pm and wake up with the sun” and then midnight rolls around and I give up. […]
About a month ago, I signed up to bring chili to our church’s Pinewood Derby and Chili Cook-Off activity. The derby was for everyone, not just the scouts, so I took that opportunity and got all Pinterest-y and found lots of tips to make a super fast derby car with my oldest daughter. I was […]
It’s spring, which means everything is changing from brown to green! Or, in the case of Colorado this week, from brown to white. March is one of (if not THE) snowiest months here, and while we expected to get some snow, I don’t think we were really expecting to get as dumped on as we […]