I’ve been needing a snack and appetizer makeover. I often overlook them because I focus so much time cooking or preparing for the main meal. So I decided that it’s time to spice things up! This Mediterranean Hummus was exactly what has been missing in my paleo life.
It really tastes like hummus, and not just regular hummus, a wonderfully flavored roasted veggie one. Roasted peppers, cauliflower, and eggplant are seasoned with tahini sauce, lemon juice, cumin, olive oil and garlic and blended together to create a rich, creamy, and thick hummus alternative. Continue reading →
I’ve been kind of obsessed with key lime pie lately. I’ve made key lime pie chicken, key lime pie pulled chicken, and once I figured out how to make a paleo version, even an actual key lime mousse pie. The key lime mousse pie was so delicious frozen, that I wanted to have a whole back-up of it in the freezer just ready, fresh, and waiting for me.
So I turned the pie into Key Lime Pie Popsicles! It’s genius really, creamy frozen key lime pie in perfectly sized proportions. You just can’t beat paleo, non-processed, dessert at your fingertips. Continue reading →
I’ve been wanting fish lately but not the way that I normally prepare it. Do you ever just get bored of your food routine? Normally I bake fish in the oven drizzled in some lemon, which is great, but today I wanted something different. Then fish cakes popped into mind. I had never made them before, so I was up for the challenge.
I wasn’t exactly sure how to start. I thought of flavors that I love with white fish, such as garlic, lemon, and thyme… And before I knew it, these Crispy Lemon-Thyme Fish Cakes were born. These are so delicious that I felt like I had gone out to dinner and ordered them. I could just gobble them all up in one sitting! Continue reading →
I went to Vegas over the weekend. I ate fried food, drank more than usual, and basically was surrounded by a processed foods party. My body wasn’t happy with me at first, but then it got used to it and started asking for more. Now that I’m back home and eating my normal non-processed diet, my body is kind of mad at me again. It’s asking: Where is the sugar? Where is the pasta?
I’ve been all about making my own granola bars for about two years now. Over time, the ingredients that I use to make them have evolved. I started making granola bars the traditional way, with oatmeal. Then I experimented with quinoa versions. And now, I’ve been making and enjoying Paleo Granola Bars.
The main ingredients here are hemp seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds, shredded coconut, almond flour, sunflower seeds, and dried cherries. Almond butter and honey hold everything together and the whole thing is topped off with Enjoy Life chocolate chips.Continue reading →
I’ve been craving key lime pie lately, and I have had the hardest time finding it! I’m from Florida and am used to seeing it on the menu. Now that I live in Texas, key lime pie is not the dessert norm, which almost makes me want it more! I decided not to wait any longer and to just make one myself. And to complicate matters more, I decided to make a Paleo one.
This key lime pie is more of a mousse, which is why I called it Key Lime Mousse Pie. It’s really delicious! Not too limey and it tastes great refrigerated or frozen. Which is perfect for this 90+ degree weather. Continue reading →
This is my summer-time, guilty pleasure juice. It tastes like a sour patch kid, or what I imagine a healthy sour patch kid should taste like. If you love sour candy, pineapples, cherries, and limes then this will really be an enjoyable vitamin-full treat for you.
I make this drink more often in the summer during cherry season. Since cherries were on sale at my local grocery store, I bought 2 bags and have been enjoying this Sour Cherry-Lime Juice quite often. Continue reading →
This is AMAZING. I don’t know why I never thought to do this before, especially because I am all about non-processed banana bread. Thick slices of moist banana bread are dunked in a mixture of egg, coconut milk, and cinnamon and then cooked on a pan until crispy and golden. My weekend breakfasts will never be the same. Continue reading →
Banana bread has consistently been a wonderful paleo baked good for me. It doesn’t taste like a baked good that has been “paleo-ized” or “healthified”. What I mean by that is that sometimes healthier versions of desserts are shadows of their unhealthy selves. But that is not the case with banana bread! Banana bread actually tastes better when it is Paleo, or, non-processed, especially this one. Continue reading →
I don’t know where the time has gone, but it has just flown by! I mean it feels like only yesterday that I came up with my Paleo Sweet and Spicy recipe and vowed to come up with more Paleo condiment recipes soon.
Well, five months later and I’m finally posting another paleo condiment recipe. Better late than never though! This rings especially true for this Homemade Mango BBQ Sauce. It is a deliciously sweet, perfectly spiced BBQ sauce.Continue reading →