These macaroons always create a buzz because they are so rich, delicious and healthy. Skip the nuts and substitute coconut flour for almond flour if nut allergies are a concern.
Fermented foods like this wonderful sourkraut recipe, are chock full of health, including probiotic bacteria. Super simple to make and keeps well too!
Having a healthy breakfast, consisting of fat, protein and veggies, is a key healthy strategy (and staying clear of bread, cereal, muffins, etc.). This is a ‘forgiving’ recipe – play around with the ingredients to your liking (no meat, two types of cheese, use salmon (or smoked salmon) instead of bacon, etc.)
A great twist on a classic cold soup.
Seems like everyone loves Beef Stroganoff. The mustard, sour cream, onion and mushrooms all come together to create a really tasty dish.
Who doesn’t love a good taco? If you’re aiming for strict Paleo, use lettuce instead of the organic corn tortillas.
8+ boneless, skinless organic chicken thighs (you’re welcome to use breasts – I find thighs have more fat/flavor, which I’m always looking towards) 1 large or 2 medium leeks, sliced and rinsed well 3-4 medium shallots, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 celery stick, chopped 1/4 cup coconut oil Sea salt and fresh cracked…
A favorite for nearly everyone, including kids. Meatloaf provides a great source of flavorful protein (and always has leftovers – a key component for a healthy lifestyle). One key is to use organic grass finished ground beef with at least 15% fat; using ground sirloin that has 5% or 10% fat can lead to a…
A healthy and delicious take on a perennial favorite. This is favorite for kids. Don’t forget to separate the egg whites – makes for fluffier waffles.
It seems like everyone loves egg salad. Eggs are one of the best and most nutritious foods you can eat. This recipe is a great twist on an old stand-by.