That time you ate something with the perfect amount of sweet & salty with a burst of tartness and it was like heaven in one bite....yeah, that's what this granola is like. Do something nice for yourself this week and bake up a batch of this paleo goodness.
Wondering what to get for a coworker, your workout buddy, the kids' teachers? This granola is genuinely a perfect gift. Homemade and beyond delicious.
A cookie party home run! These little pumpkin gems will be a favorite served among friends and family.
Make a few batches and freeze them for later when you need a sweet treat that won't throw you too far off your healthy eating game.
Here's a one-ingredient recipe that can be used as the base of all your pumpkin goodness this fall. Nothing wrong with the organic canned stuff, it's just true that you can't beat the real thing when fresh. Keep on hand for pies, dips, savory dishes, and smoothies.
Easy as pie! So you may as well make this yummy spiced pumpkin snack while you make the pie.
How to make a delicious winter meal that looks fancy and takes very little effort? Here's the idea, throw your favorite protein and flavors in a skillet and let it simmer while baking a winter squash. Few in-between steps but you get the basic idea.
You can take this recipe in so many directions, consider the ingredients below, a mere suggestion. You can take it south of the boarder and stuff the squash with a seasoned taco meat blend, or hit it with oregano, parsley and sage for a more Italian interpretation. Have at it, your squash boat canvas awaits.
These are delicious – and so easy. Free of gluten and dairy too. If the taste inspires you, add your own puts and takes like coconut flake, Enjoy Life mini chocolate chips or other dried fruit. Consider this a pumkin seed-esque canvas for you to play with.
The recipe we wait all year to make. Only this recipe, like all our delicious eats, is free of gluten and dairy.
Grab the canned organic pumpkin while it's still on the shelves, you'll want to make this pie a few times before Turkey day. For anyone craving an extra DIY step, this recipe tastes amazing using a just-roasted sugar pumpkin.
Take heart, the recipe calls for a bit of honey. You can do without it or, like many of the Paleo peeps out there, bend the Paleo rules a bit this time of year and make recipe as is.
Hit the farmers market or grocery and grab these root veggies cause we're making some crunchy magic happen.
You're guests will be like "Pass the chips and dip, these are sooooo good, did you seriously make these?"
Keep your healthy-eating in check with these delicious Paleo chips and go to town on that dip cause it's full of no-guilt, healthful ingredients.
Delicious game day eats are here and you can stay on your good-eating (Paleo) game without having to just naw on carrot and celery sticks.
Wings are where it's at when having friends or fam over for the game, just make sure to follow a few good-host steps before you serve.
- Have some heat busters on standby like milk or honey for any of your guests who might find these a bit too spicy.
- Grab a few cloth napkins, drench in warm water and ring out, roll up and stack on a plate and serve next to the wings to save guests from an accidental eye rub scenario and you from spicy smudges on the furniture.
- Serve something of the non-spicy variety too. Could easily make a batch of honey mustard wings by replacing the piri piri chili and lemon juice with a 1/2 cup of honey and 1/3 cup of mustard below. (not Paleo)
There's nothing quite like this smoothie to welcome fall, short of the Charlie Brown pumpkin flick we've all come to love. So fling open the windows, whip up this delicious smoothie and take it with you on a short walk in the crisp fall air.
So many good-for-you ingredients in here too like: