These Crispy Baked Buffalo Wings are Paleo and Whole30 friendly. They’re perfect for upcoming Super Bowl festivities or any time. Serve with Paleo Ranch Dressing and celery sticks. The Super Bowl is just a couple of days away and as usual I haven’t planned my recipes out very far ahead. I actually would’ve had this […]
This Chili in Butternut Squash Bowl recipe is a great hearty fall dish that’s made with ground beef, but you can substitute turkey. It’s paleo and gluten free, but you could add beans if you don’t care about it being “paleo.” The butternut squash bowl makes it look a little fancier. Acorn squash works well […]
This Crock-Pot Chicken Taco recipe is made with healthy ingredients and is gluten-free and paleo friendly. It’s a great easy weeknight dinner, and the flavorful, tender shredded chicken can be used for other Mexican dishes such as enchiladas or soup. The great thing about this recipe is the chicken is so tender, you can just […]
This low-carbohydrate taco salad with ground beef is adapted from The Bulletproof Diet by Dave Asprey. It’s much healthier than the version you get in restaurants that usually comes in a fried flour shell with beans and cheese and is just as tasty. Plus the ground beef isn’t flavored with packaged taco mix, which has […]
This is a healthier version of the German bratwurst with sauerkraut. I was inspired to make it because Oktoberfest is right around the corner. I designed it to be low-carb and paleo friendly, but if you don’t care about that, you could add some beer to simmer it in. What makes it healthy: red cabbage […]
This Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie is a healthier version of the traditional English shepherd’s pie (or “cottage pie”) made with mashed potatoes. It’s definitely comfort food, which is welcome when the weather starts getting cooler. The potatoes are swapped out here for sweet potatoes, and the filling has additional veggies like zucchini, carrots, and red […]
Zucchini noodles (or “zoodles”) are a quick, healthy alternative to high-carbohydrate pasta dishes. You get a healthy dose of vegetables instead. I really like the crunchy texture of them. This dish is easy to make and it only takes a couple of minutes to cook. Prep time takes the longest as spiralizing the zucchini is […]
A frittata is a great way to use lots of summer vegetables for an easy breakfast or brunch. Or serve with a green salad for a quick evening meal. What’s great about a frittata is you can mix all kinds of vegetables, such as spinach, squash, broccoli, asparagus, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, or fresh or sundried […]
I finally found a way to not overcook salmon and for it to look pretty when it’s done–I haven’t had good results with baking and grilling it. The only kind of salmon I buy is wild caught from Alaska. It has a deep orange color and is very oily, not like the farmed variety that […]
My husband loves scallops and when I cooked this super easy dish recently, he loved it and thought I’d been cooking for hours; he liked it better than when he’s had scallops at expensive restaurants. It’s really quick and only has a few ingredients. So why pay big bucks for seafood at fancy restaurants when […]
If you’re not familiar with pho, it’s a Vietnamese soup-type noodle dish. This recipe is a basic chicken pho for beginners. It makes a great fast weeknight dinner. The quality of the broth is key to the flavor. I used homemade chicken broth that I’d made the day before and used the leftover cut-up […]
This is an easy recipe to make if you have a pound of ground beef and are looking for something quick to make with it for dinner. When I make chili, it’s normally on a Sunday and I usually use a crockpot recipe that has more ingredients, such as beans, but my husband actually liked […]
This is a lighter, healthier version of Alfredo pasta sauce that’s great over spaghetti squash, or zucchini spiral noodles. I was able to pass it off on my husband and he couldn’t tell it was cauliflower. It’s pictured here over gluten-free pasta as he’s not a big fan of spaghetti squash. You can add […]
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