‘Tis the Season for the infamous PSL. Anymore, the pumpkin spice latte marks the start of fall as much, if not more, than the changing of the leaves. Being lactose-intolerant, I am familiar with going without flavor or cream in my coffee. Now, with the flood of dairy-free options in coffee houses and stores, I can finally be part of the movement and enjoy a delicious PSL. WRONG. So, just like with my own spiked version of Paleo-Eggnog (soon to come), I made my Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte!
Are you ready for some football! I sure am. I love everything about it. Of course you wouldn’t know that because I’m always cooking in the kitchen during the game. My favorite part, truly, is that everyone gets together, piles on the couch and yells at the TV. Well, at least in my house.
I got my inspiration for this recipe from a few different places. First and foremost, DreamyLeaf’s Teriyaki Glazed Tofu Steaks recipe — she posted a picture on Instagram and though I’ve never been a big tofu person, I almost started drooling just looking at it. I also had some inspiration from a meal I had at Canteen in Toronto, where I had my first taste of soba noodles. And, as usual, I just kind of threw my own random tastes and ideas in there, as well.
You’ve probably always heard of how great salmon is for you. It’s true! Salmon is a great source of the “good” cholesterol, omega-3 fatty acids. It’s good for metabolism, cardiovascular health, and brain functions! But my favorite thing about salmon is that it is also delicious – and really easy to make! Here’s an easy recipe – Salmon with Lemon and Basil!
There are plenty of Whole30 recipes you can find online, and many of them use chicken as the main ingredient. Totally understandable – everyone loves chicken, but if you’re like me then you like variation. So that’s why I put together this Whole30 Beef recipes galore! I’ve got 65+ Whole30 Beef Recipes including Chili, Soup, Salad, Roast Beef, Steaks, Kebabs, Shepherd’s Pies, Asian, Mexican, and more!
French fries are one of my all-time favorite foods. However, when they’re made traditionally, they’re terribly unhealthy and decidedly not paleo. The good news is the paleo world is a big fan of the sweet potato, and when turned into “fries” — especially when you kick it up a notch with some spice — they can be turned into a healthy, flavor-packed treat. I paired these with my favorite paleo chicken nuggets to create my very own little paleo happy meal.