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Who doesn’t love maple… or bacon?! These Paleo donuts combine two favorites with crispy candied bacon topped on a maple donut for a flavor combination you’ll love.
Add a little flare to sweet potato with a big kick of spice! This Spicy Cajun Sweet Potato Mash will do the trick for enhancing the usual baked sweet potato.
This Chicken Tortilla-less soup is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner to come home to after a busy day, or as an easy make-ahead lunch to last you the week.
Looking for the perfect indulgent treat? These ooey gooey cinnamon rolls are to die for… and are approved for your Paleo lifestyle! These sticky desserts will satisfy any sweet tooth and, although they take a bit of patience to make, are worth the extra elbow grease. Plus, the maple syrup and cashew glaze make each […]
You know you need to drink a lot of water to stay healthy and hydrated, but sometimes, it’s fun to add a little variety every now and then.
When peaches hit peak season, they make the best desserts. Sweet and juicy, these stone fruits are perfect for cobblers. It can be difficult to stick to your Paleo diet when you want to eat fruity summer treats, but this peach cobbler recipe proves it can be done.
Ramen is a favorite loved by many. The problem is that ramen is usually not Paleo-friendly. Have no fear, however, because this Paleo Ramen is grain-free thanks to kelp noodles as the main ingredients and a light chili lime seasoning.
Getting out of bed just got a whole lot easier thanks to these Paleo-approved pancakes. Though pancakes may take a bit longer than a typical egg breakfast, they are always SO worth it, especially when they’re chocolate-apple-honey-cinnamon-lemon flavored.
Ice cream is the official dessert of summer, which is no fun if you’re trying to eat Paleo. Lucky for you, it doesn’t have to be that way, and these 23 recipes will prove it.
Move over takeout: Try this spicy, Paleo-friendly take on everyone’s favorite orange sauce-lacquered chicken.
Chia seeds are a powerhouse of nutrition condensed into tiny gems, and now they take center stage in this Strawberry Chia Seed Jam.
Spiralized vegetable noodles are all the rage these days, and with good reason. Avoid grains by making noodles out of vegetables—anything from carrots to cucumbers to zucchini—they’re an excellent way to squeeze in added nutrients and flavor.
Rhubarb is one of those vegetables that you only see in the spring. It’s got a tart flavor that is usually made into pies. It looks like pink celery, but has a bitterness that is hard to swallow without some added sweetness.