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.
Still trying to stick to your Whole30 challenge? Running out of recipes? Love Chicken? (Am I asking too many questions?) Well if you answered yes to those questions… you’re in luck! I put together 25 Whole30 Chicken Recipes to try out – everything from whole chickens to salads and to soups!
So I recently discovered Chicken Carbonara… oh my. It’s heaven in my mouth, but weighs a little heavy on the guilty-pleasure scale. But I’ve always been a firm believer that just because food is healthy, it doesn’t have to be boring. So I found a way to create guilt-free Chicken Carbonara: in salad form, of course! I tried to take all of the fresher elements of the dish and replace the useless filler-calories with plant-based things, and I have to admit, I’m pretty pleased with it. This was definitely a flavorful, interesting salad to eat. And I kind of really just like looking at it, too!
Whenever the weather starts to get nice here in Ohio, my entire mindset changes — including my pallet. I start craving fresh produce and fun flavor combinations that my hibernating body just didn’t want in the winter. I love to make anything with the cilantro-lime flavor profile, and this chicken and “salsa” dish is one of my favorites.
That Whole 30 diet is easier said than done, huh? Well, if you are struggling to find some new recipes that’s easy to make – or at least one-pot easy to make, look no further! I have collected 25+ One Pot Whole30 Recipes for you to try – there are beef, pork, chicken, and lamb recipes to fill you up!
This recipe is my go to when I don’t have a lot of time, and I’m starving my face off and want something delicious. It’s so I feel silly calling it a recipe! I definitely personally prefer the dark meat, as it’s a lot more tender and you don’t have to worry about it being too dry if you were to accidentally overcook it!