Recipes

Albacore Lettuce WrapsTuna is one of those healthy items that's found in the inner aisles of the grocery store-so venture down the aisle and pick out white albacore packed in water, as larger tuna can have high amounts of mercury in them. This is an ultra-healthy meal that is high in protein and low in fat.
Baked Veggie and Chicken SkewersA quick and simple dinner – these delicious Baked Veggie and Chicken Skewers are filled with fiber and protein and are light, tasty, and yet very filling! Looking to transform your body? Well, eating meals like baked veggie and chicken skewers will help you achieve your goal. Go ahead and start cooking! It won’t take long at all and pack the leftovers for a fat burning, nourishing lunch.
Balsamic Asparagus and Steak SaladThis hearty Steak and Asparagus Salad isn’t just tasty, it’s good for you too. Lean steak has lots of protein and asparagus is a great source of folic acid and vitamins. It is also a great salad if you are watching your weight because it is filling without being too high in calories. You can use as much or as little of the dressing as you like and because it contains the punchy flavours of balsamic vinegar and wholegrain Dijon mustard a little of it goes a long way. (You can use ordinary Dijon mustard if you prefer, you may just want to use a bit less.) Steak and Asparagus Salad is a great way to convince your favourite carnivore that salad can be delicious, hearty and filling. It also takes just minutes to throw together.
Beef And Sweet Potato ChiliIndulge yourself in a bowl of Paleo Sweet Potato Chili that is spicy and full of beef. It’s thick, rich and slightly sweet while being grain free, sugar free and dairy free.
Beverly Hills Chopped SaladIt seems to me that every restaurant in Beverly Hills features a chopped salad as their most popular dish. This recipe is part Villa Blanca, part The Ivy and is fully delicious! The dressing is my absolute favorite.
Braised Cabbage and SausageHere’s a comfortable formula for autumn and winter days. Softly braised cabbage and carrots mix consummately with chicken sausage cuts. Your home will be loaded with the yummy, soothing smell of a sound fulfilling supper. Cabbage is a fantastic wellspring of vitamin K, vitamin C and dietary fiber. It is even said to help bring down cholesterol. So dive in!
Buffalo Chicken Wings In “Peanut Sauce”This simple recipe is a nice Paleo version of Southeast Asian-style spicy peanut chicken dishes, using coconut aminos and almond butter in place of the traditional soy sauce and peanut butter. These chicken wings make tasty leftovers as well.
Chicken Waldorf SaladWhat makes it Waldorf? Crisp apples, sweet grapes, hearty celery, and crunchy walnuts, bathed in a mayonnaise! This classic salad is both sweet and savory and comes with the bonus of being packed with nutrition. It’s best served shortly after being prepared.
Curried Fish And VegetablesThis curry is a rich, satisfying dish that looks impressive on the plate and also reheats well the next day. If you prefer, you can add other vegetables to your taste, including mushrooms, onions, asparagus, or peppers. Chicken can also be used instead of the fish. Serve the curry over cauliflower rice.
Dijon Almond Crusted SalmonCraving a delicious paleo salmon dish? Try this easy paleo salmon recipe, which features this healthy fish variety broiled in almond flour seasoned with coriander and cumin. You can use tilapia or other fish in place of the salmon. A side dish of baked vegetables makes the perfect complement.
Fish TacosThis wild cod fillets with lime and avocado recipe is as health as it is light.
Fully Loaded-Lettuce Wrapped Turkey Bacon BurgersWhen it comes to quick, guilt-free dinners it doesn’t get better than this. These Fully Loaded-Lettuce Wrapped-Turkey Bacon Burgers only take about 35 minutes to prepare, and taste like a naughty, cheat meal. Once I got into the habit of ditching the bun from my burger and instead using large lettuce leaves, I don’t even miss it. Try it and I’m sure you’ll see that it’s a pretty painless way to cut the carbs, grain and gluten from your life. I use a head of Living Butter Lettuce. It has wonderful sized leaves and it stays fresh since it’s packed with the roots still intact. Pretty awesome.
Grilled Shrimp And Veggies On A StickAre you looking for your next go-to barbecue dish? This shrimp and veggies on a stick recipe is sure to please—especially for those who love kabobs. In addition to being incredibly healthy, it’s a delicious meal for those favoring seafood in their mealtime rotations.
Halibut With Dijon And AlmondsDijon mustard and almonds combine to make a wonderful topping for mild and meaty halibut. You can also add salt and pepper to the fish after cooking and sprinkle your favorite chopped green herbs on top. Other fish can be substituted for halibut. This particular flavor combination goes well with any type of fish!
Lamb And Spaghetti SquashThis Paleo Lamb and Spaghetti Squash recipe tastes even more excellent when topped with our Paleo Pesto or Mojo Verde. Spaghetti squash makes a healthy Paleo pasta that, when paired with lamb, is an exquisite and healthy version of traditional (and less healthy) spaghetti recipes. The liver in this recipe is optional, but we recommend you leave it in there, as organ meats are some of the best superfoods on the planet! The recipe is a great way to help transition your taste buds to the more intense flavors of offal as well.
Real Healthy Egg SaladThis Healthy Egg Salad can be slapped on a bagel, baguette, lettuce cup or even on top of a salad!
Sausage and ArtichokesReplace the fennel seeds with sage for a wonderful alternative, or use fresh fennel in place of the onion.
Shrimp and NoodlesThis super health version of a classic dish provides omega 3 as well a bag full of other vitamins and minerals.
Shrimp CakesShrimp cakes are a delicious addition to your table as a main dish or appetizer idea at your next event. The crunch is satisfying when you enjoy these nutrient-packed treats. They pair well with other Paleo appetizers and snacks, as well as mixed vegetables and Paleo desserts. Add extra almond flour to the patties to help thicken them up if needed.
Slow Cooked Pork LoinThe best recipes are simple: and this recipe is no different! Pork tenderloin is a lean cut of meat that turns tender and retains it’s moisture when cooked in a slow cooker. The beautiful thing about slow cookers is the set it and forget it (well, sort of) feature; prepare the pork loin in the morning, then make the sauce and broil or grill when you arrive home.
Sweet and Smoky ChickenIt is amazing what the proper application of quality spices will do to the flavor of your meal. This chicken recipe is the perfect example of the power of excellent seasoning. Invest in some high quality smoked paprika to really take this dish to an incredibly sweet-and-savory place.
Tasty Tuna SaladThis dish is great for those hot summer days. Make up a batch and keep it in the fridge ready to go.
Teriyaki Chicken SaladAll the best flavors of Chicken Teriyaki wrapped up into one crunchy, fresh flavorful salad. The perfect solution for a healthy weeknight dinner. Sometimes I will make the chicken and sauce and then let my kids eat it with heaps of rice while I add it to this luscious salad for a healthier, lighter spin.
Turkey Vegetable MeatballsThis recipe takes an Italian classic – the meatball – and spins it into a modern, veggie packed version featuring turkey that is sure to please your Paleo palate. Taking the place of traditional breadcrumbs; carrots, bell peppers, and mushrooms keep these meatballs tender and herbs and spices pack them with flavor. They taste amazing served atop Spaghetti Squash Noodles or Spring Herbs and Greens Pasta!