Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that combine well with ingredients like ginger and cinnamon, and it has a mild flavor, so you can easily work it into your diet in many different dishes. Check out these healing recipes!
Who doesn’t love a good chocolate chunk cookie? This paleo-friendly recipe uses all natural ingredients to make extremely delicious cookies that also double as a wonderful healthy snack.
These spicy enchiladas use lean ground beef and chorizo along with plenty of savory herbs, spices, and veggies to give it an all natural spicy kick.
There are few things in life that are more enjoyable than ice cream sandwiches. This perfect marriage of ingredients combines crunchy cookies with soft and creamy ice cream that results in one of my all-time favorite desserts.
Cole slaw doesn’t have to be a bland and boring side dish of shredded vegetables. With some carefully selected ingredients, you can easily transform this common side dish into a tasty, creamy, fresh and crips snack of its own.
Neapolitan is one of the more popular ice cream flavors out there, and this healthy smoothie inspired by the popular combination, with its deliciously tasty mix of chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla, is hard to beat.
Try these paleo ice cream sandwich recipes including dairy free ice creams with fun flavors, and chewy, sturdy cookies, brownies, donuts, and other treats that are perfect for wrapping around a nice big dollop of ice cream.
Some people are tuna people, and some people aren’t. But when you go paleo, you might find yourself learning to enjoy foods you didn’t before. There are many different ways to make fish taste great, including these tuna steak recipes with different marinades, sauces, salsas, and techniques. Check them out!
White chili has its own comforting properties that make it nearly a completely different dish from red chili. It can be creamy and fabulous, and I’ve even included an AIP-friendly recipe without nightshades. Awesome, right?