Oh yea… I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that these lettuce wraps have got to be the easiest lunch ever! These little guys are filled to the brim with yummy goodness. They are a quick and light lunch that is totally fulfilling. The great thing about them? They can be completely customized to whatever you are craving!
Okay ya’ll… My kid loves blueberries. Anything with blueberries he devours! They come with a hefty price tag though, especially organic. We have been buying about 90% of our produce organic. So when I see blueberries on sale, I stock up! We’ve had a container of blueberries in the fridge for a couple of days and besides eating them fresh, we love them in muffins!
Coconut flour is the main base in this recipe. Coconut flour does not perform the same as traditional grain-based flours. It has a high moisture level so a little goes a long way and more eggs are normally required.
Coconut flour has many health benefits… It is rich in protein, fiber and fat and is very filling. It is also gluten free ;)
It was beautiful, breezy and crisp outside this morning and it made me so happy that Autumn is finally here! It also made me really want some comfort food. I was happily curled up on the couch in my sweat pants with my boys watching cartoons, of course. And I remembered that I had some ground beef in the fridge that I really needed to use before our hectic week started. I thought maybe I would make meatballs… But what are meatballs without tender spaghetti squash to go alongside? I axed that idea pretty quick, I didn’t have the motivation or the stamina to cut that squash open, not today. So meatloaf it was!
I love meatloaf and in my opinion, people either love it or hate it… I LOVE it! Many traditional meatloaf recipes call for oatmeal and I’ve found that almond meal works just as good Grain Free Meatloaf(if not better) than oatmeal. This recipe easily feeds a family of four and can be doubled to accommodate larger families.
This meatloaf would go great with simple mashed sweet potatoes or even just some steamed broccoli, my boys and I gobbled it up solo :) Enjoy!
I started my morning realizing that I had a huge amount of super ripe bananas that didn’t get used up this past week. Which is not normal in our house! I also had a basket of delicious organic strawberries I had gotten from our local farmers market. I wanted to be able to use both. Katja over at Savory Lotus perfected this wonderful muffin recipe. With my addition of a little bit of cinnamon, these came out totally yummy and ridiculously moist. My little guy has had three already! These muffins are great for a snack and a quick grab when you’re on the go. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does.Paleo Strawberry and Banana Muffins
Fall is upon us and what better way of celebrating than with a warm bowl of soup? This one pot wonder is more Primal than Paleo. I say this because it includes heavy cream. I personally, can tolerate dairy in moderation. If you can too, read on for the yummy soup!