Paleo Sweet Potato Sausage Soup is a tasty addition to a chilly fall or winter day. It’s quick to cook, it has just the right amount of spice to warm you up, and it’s garnished with bacon! It’s loaded with nutritious ingredients and intense flavor made all in one pan.
Simple Paleo Waffles are just that. Simple. They are tasty with or without the cinnamon added. Eat them topped with the classic, maple syrup, or check out some of my favorite Paleo waffle toppings. I have also included simple freezing instructions to make this a quick Paleo breakfast.
The combination of flavors in this Spiced Winter Squash Soup (Paleo) recipe are incredible.Winter squash is sweet and delicious. My two favorite (and the ones I use in this recipe) are acorn squash and butternut squash. Use this recipe to choose your favorite curry powder. They are all different. Some are spicier than others, some are sweeter than others.
These Paleo Egyptian Shish Kabobs are made with a simple marinade that had my mouth watering. Usually lamb is used for shish kabobs, but I use chicken and beef here. You can use chicken, beef, lamb, or a combination of all three, if you like. The meat, spices, garlic, onions, and peppers are a perfect mix. You can add your favorite vegetables to create your own flavor combinations. I used peppers and onions because they tend to have a similar cooking time as the meat.
Paleo Egyptian Spice Mix is best on lamb, but it is also quite tasty on beef, chicken, and vegetables. Just sprinkle it on your favorite meat or vegetable dish shortly before cooking time is over. I save glass spice mix jars from herbs and spices I use up and refill them with my mixes. I use a label maker or pre-made, hand written labels to personalize them.
10-Minute Paleo Caramel Sauce is a fast and easy recipe using four simple ingredients I usually have in my pantry. It’s great for topping my Paleo Vanilla Coconut Milk Ice Cream, for dipping apples, or simply adding to coffee or other recipes. It’s reminiscent of my childhood. I have so many memories of caramel. Caramel apples, Pecan Turtles, caramel popcorn, caramel poured over pancakes, waffles, or french toast, and one of the layers of 7-Layer Magic Bars, just to name a few.
“Carrot Fries!” Ever heard of them? That’s what my kids said when they saw these. My daughter came up with this delicious carrot side-dish and my family loved it. They are super simple to make, gluten free, vegan, and Paleo. I cannot guarantee that your kids will eat their veggies, but these Paleo Carrot Fries might help.
Paleo Maple Balsamic-Glazed Pork Chops are delicious and super simple to make. They’re pan-seared and oven roasted in a cast iron skillet. This tasty recipe has a great flavor combination that pairs well with nearly any vegetable side. I use a pastry brush to spread the glaze on all sides of the pork chops, pouring the excess glaze over the pork and into the bottom of the skillet.
This beautiful yellow blend of tropical fruits creates a refreshing combination of flavors. I love mango and pineapples! The combination of both, plus bananas makes my Tropical Fruit Smoothie a sweet, thick, and delicious treat. Affiliate Disclosure! FarmgirlPaleo.com contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through an affiliate link, I will make a
As a kid, coleslaw was a staple at all summer picnics and everyone had their own recipe. It’s a classic! Fresh Country Coleslaw has become our new summer classic. The addition of lemon juice, red onions and apples make it sweet and refreshing. Affiliate Disclosure! FarmgirlPaleo.com contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through an affiliate link,