Classically delicious and always a crowd pleaser.
This fresh and delicious summer salad is an explosion of flavor!
Lamb is a great way to break out of the usual beef-chicken-pork rut, especially when used in a quick-cooking but complex-tasting dish like this.
This stir-fry uses the strong flavors of chilies and the refreshing flavor of basil to create a nice contrast of tastes. Beef is a good choice of meat for such a strong-flavored stir-fry.
Peach pie is such a happy pie and my absolute favorite although I don’t make it nearly often enough.
A great way to use colored frosting and still have an all chocolate cake is to make white chocolate. This cake was part of a baby “sprinkle” where all the decorations were blue rain drops and white clouds.
I love the tang of lemony, garlicky Greek chicken. This recipe does not disappoint.
This paleo adaption of Ahi Poke which is Hawaiian Tuna Tartar.
I love to snack and I love anything that has a sesame flavor. These were inspired by delicious nuts that I picked up at the farmers market.
This is a simple and delicious way to cook sweet potatoes. The spicy sweet combo is a flavor explosion.
I can honestly say it’s a lot better than any Francese I’ve had. So lemony and fresh tasting!
Chicken Marsala is my favorite food and I have really missed it since we’ve gone Paleo. This is a very easy yummy version.
It’s easy to forget that some of my winter favorite comfort foods are pretty close to paleo already. This very tasty paleo pot roast won’t disappoint.
Apple crisp makes me think of my mom, and it’s a dessert that can be paleo-ized without sacrificing any of the yummy!
This simple salad of cucumber, onion and olives is tossed with paleo greek dressing.
This greek inspired lamb recipe is great with a simple salad of cucumber, onion and olives tossed with paleo greek dressing.
Honey mustard is absolutely delicious on these chicken thighs!
I love balsamic vinegar and when paired with honey and garlic, well just amazing!!! These are also great on a salad.
Italian wedding soup is a tradition in my family for all holidays. This paleo adaptation is just as yummy!
This is a delicious variation on my mom’s amazing cheesecake recipe. It’s a nice addition to a Thanksgiving Desert table.
Spooktacular dessert for Halloween!
These adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes are great for a halloween party.
Adorable and simple, these marshmallow ghost cupcakes come out booodeful.
Baklava (from the Farsi for “many leaves”), a pastry perfected by royal bakers in the sultan’s palace in Istanbul, consists of layers of phyllo filled with nuts and spices and drenched in a syrup.
These are a beautiful and easy way to sever fresh fruit at a party.
These paleo bacon-wrapped pears are super easy to make and so delicious. They are great as an appetizer or for breakfast!