This recipe popped up today on my computer, and immediately caught my eye. Perhaps because it’s wintery cold outside, which makes me crave all things stewed, braised and simmered. This dish looks absolutely delicious, and I will be making it very soon.
It comes from July Bauer’s popular paleo food blog, PaleOMG — one of my favorite sites for paleo recipes. Bauer is also the author of a new cookbook due to be released in August, Juli Bauer’s Paleo Cookbook.
For the full recipe, click here. Enjoy!
Elana Amsterdam never lets us down with her yummy recipes, and this is no exception. This recipe for chocolate donuts uses only seven ingredients and is easy to make. It’s awesome to occasionally have a delicious treat that is also paleo!
One of my favorite food bloggers, Elana Amsterdam is the author of the New York Times Best Selling cookbook Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry. She gave up grains over a decade ago in 2001 and is known as a pioneer in grain-free cooking and baking, tempting foodies everywhere with her incredibly simple, yet flavorful recipes for dynamic, vibrantly healthy food. Elana shares her tips for wellness along with her mouthwatering recipes on elanaspantry.com.
Get the recipe here.
Simone Miller, author of Zenbelly Cookbook, is not only a fabulous paleo cook, she is purely and simply a fantastic gourmet chef. Her book is my favorite paleo cookbook and it gets used several times a week. I have never made anything from it that hasn’t turned out just delicious.
One of my all-time favorite recipes is her paleo pizza crust, which I make regularly and top with whatever I’m in the mood for — mushrooms, olives, onions, roasted veggies, sausage, pepperoni – you name it! With pizza, it’s all about the crust, and this crust gets it right. My non-paleo husband loves it because it tastes like regular pizza crust.
Click here to see the recipe.