I love when making one recipe leads to the discovery of another. It’s like an unseen recipe discovery roadmap that almost feels like fate. This was most certainly the case with these Dulce de Leche Cookie Dough Balls.
These Paleo Red Velvet Fondant Cakes are delicious pots of red velvet chocolate goodness for two! They are made with almond flour and coconut flour, which makes them grain-free and naturally gluten-free.They are also non-processed, which means that there is no red food-dye in the ingredient list, just some freshly juiced beet juice!
I had meant to post this recipe earlier as a Valentine’s day Paleo dessert option, but the truth is… red velvet isn’t just a one season dessert! Continue reading →
Mini Sweet Potato and Bacon Breakfast Quiches are such a great on-the-go breakfast or snack option. They are full of roasted red peppers, onions, sweet potatoes, and spinach and they are topped with crumbled bacon, which makes them both satisfying and delicious. They have seriously been such a life saver for me lately, that it makes me wish that I had started making them sooner.
It’s not that I didn’t know about them before. I just didn’t like quiche without a crust of sorts. Which is where the beauty of sweet potatoes comes in. Continue reading →
I’m finally posting a coconut-flour ONLY recipe! Yay! I usually mix almond flour and coconut flour together when making Paleo baked goods, but after several comments asking how to make some of my current recipes without almond flour, I decided to start making some coconut flour recipes.
I wasn’t sure what coconut-flour recipe to make first. And then my fiancé mentioned that he was craving ginger cookies. What?! My fiancé never craves anything, EVER! So I was beyond happy to jump at the opportunity to try and make a ginger cookie Paleo dessert. Continue reading →
I know that I’ve already posted two Paleo Valentine’s day dessert recipes on the blog this month. Buuuuut- what’s the harm in one more? One more chocolate-full, decadent, lovely dessert. Having options doesn’t hurt!
These Molten Chocolate n’ Espresso Cakes are the epitome of ooey-gooey chocolate goodness, with a hint of espresso. They pull at my chocolate heartstrings all while appealing to my head ( re: they only cook for 14 minutes AND they only serve two). Continue reading →
I’m a HUGE fan of beef stew. I probably make one every 6 weeks as part of my Sunday meal-prep ritual. This past week, however, I decided to switch things up by adding coconut cream, rutabaga, kale, and red pepper to my stew. Best decision ever!
This Creamy Beef, Kale and Tomato Stew is probably the best slow cooker beef stew recipe that I have ever made. It’s filling and comforting. And it also has the most amazing creamy tomato flavor– with a kick. Continue reading →
I can remember the first time that I had lemon alfredo sauce like it was yesterday. I was in a restaurant tucked away from the busy Via del Corso in Rome. I had already ordered several other spaghetti dishes from this place and loved them so much that I didn’t want to try anything else. And yet, the foodie in me did.
I was intrigued with the idea of lemon alfredo…cream and lemon? I imagined that the sauce may not turn out quite right, but the waiter at Spaghetteria L’Archetto insisted that it was delicious.
He was right. It was more than delicious, it was phenomenal. The lemon turned a normally heavy meal into something refreshing. And I’ve kind of been obsessed ever since. Continue reading →