This slow cooker recipe from Paleo Restart is a creamy, savory soup full of sweet potatoes, velvety chicken stock, and plenty of aromatics.
Granola is an extremely popular breakfast and snack food with a wealth of health benefits, including its ability to lower cholesterol, regulate digestion, aid in weight loss, and improve heart health.
This black bean hummus is very quick to make, and it’s incredibly versatile.
Crackers can be a great snack for kids– especially, crackers that are homemade, full of nutrients, and tastes great.
Indian Shrimp Curry made with coconut milk, tomato sauce and warm Indian spices is a quick 20 minute curry dish you can enjoy any day of the week!
Small batch vegan brownies made with just almond butter, maple syrup, and cocoa powder. Crazy, right? Crazy good!
Turmeric Golden Milk is all the rave these days! So why not enjoy them frozen all summer long. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, and is said to help boost the immune system, so not only will they cool you off, it’s also a great way to get the benefits of Turmeric.
Drink More Water! Start your day of by drinking 8-12oz of water in the morning. This is particularly important during a diet change as it improves cognitive function, gastrointestinal function, kidney function, decrease headaches.
Who says burgers can’t be healthy!? Paleo Burgers served on a slice of tomato topped with Caramelized Balsamic Onions that will make you swoon and of course Avocado! A quick 30 minute meal you’re family will want on repeat!
Whether you follow a paleo or vegan diet, this walnut sun-dried tomato pate is easy to make. It’s for a perfect snack or lunch idea. Spread on gluten-free crackers, slices of cucumbers, stuffed into tomatoes or an avocado.
Could I eat these almond joy bars every day? Absolutely. Which is why the two times I’ve made them, I’ve gotten them out of my house immediately. First time, I took them to a girls potluck night, then to a Super Bowl party. And so far, they were loved by all females involved. And my husband chowed down on them too!
Have you read the ingredients on store bought mayo, BLECH! Soybean oil… nope that’s not on the approved list. It’s best if you make your own food with ingredients you know and trust.
Juice me up! Fresh pressed juices are not only delicious, they are also highly concentrated in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients which act as powerful antioxidants.
Berry Wonderful Bowl is a simple breakfast rich in antioxidants and nutrients.
Prunes or dried plums are a good source of fiber, sorbitol (a sugar alcohol that can soften and loosen the stool) and contain high levels of phytonutrients called phenols.
No tomatoes! No beans! Can I even call this chili?! Yep. Yep, I can. Why? Because it has all the flavors of chili and more.
During flu and cold time of year, it’s important to nourish your immune system. But, most folks don’t know that the lymphatic and immune systems are intricately entwined and cannot function without each other.
A delicious, warming recipe that is very easy-to-make. Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Beef Stew is about to become your favorite recipe this winter.
Cauliflower makes an amazing substitute for regular bulgur wheat, allowing this recipe to stay gluten-free, and high in beneficial phytonutrients.
Happy balance of bright lemon and sweet honey. Use oven proof glass or ceramic ramekins for baking the custard. Use 1.5 cup capacity ramekins for four servings or 1 cup capacity for six servings. You can also use a single 7″ oven proof dish and fill to ~2″ depth. Grease these with butter, ghee or…