I wanted to share a few of my favorite Paleo recipes. These recipes are all tried, tested and true to their deliciousness :).
- This "cream" has been amazingly good. I've already made two big batches thus far! I use it in my coffee. Black coffee is pretty good; but I really enjoy cream in my coffee. This concoction is a very close second to cream. I also suggest using it as a treat with frozen berries. Thank you Ann for recommending this!
- Ok Folks, this chili is incredible. Josh even said it may be his favorite chili of all time. You've got to try it out. I got this recipe from a friend. Paleo Chili
Ingredients:6 slices of uncooked bacon, cut into small pieces2 celery ribs, chopped1 green pepper, chopped1 red pepper, chopped1 medium spanish (yellow) onion, chopped3 14oz cans diced tomatoes (w/ NO sugar)1 15oz can tomato sauce1 1/2 lbs ground beef4 cloves of garlic2 teas cumin2 T chili powder1 teas. smoked paprika (or more to taste)1 T unsweetened cocoa powder1 teas. oregano3/4 c. beef broth- cook bacon in a large skillet til crisp- Remove cooked bacon from skillet, and reserve bacon fat in a separate container.- Toss chopped vegetables with 1 T of bacon fat and cook in separate, large skillet on medium-high- start browning your meat along with your garlic in your bacon skillet- Remove meat from skillet and mix with bacon pieces in stock pot. add cooked vegetables, tomatoes, sauce, and spices.-simmer for a few hrs. Then top with bacon crumbles
- Try this chicken marinade tonight. You'll be happy you did. It is so flavorful! It's found under the title "grilled chicken". It was another recipe Josh claimed to be his "all time favorite" for marinades.
one can of coconut milk
one ripe banana
a splash of orange juice
*You can add any type of frozen fruit. We've even added spinach to make it a "green monster" smoothie. The possibilities are endless :).
What are a few of your favorite recipes
that you are always coming back to?