After the holidays, I always go on a crazy cleaning spree. I clean out my house, my closet and my refrigerator. I like to start the year fresh, clean and clutter free. The same is true about my eating. This Spicy Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala is the perfect trick to help get you back on track to healthier eating in the new year!
I discovered Greek food this summer, and when I finally tried the chicken salad that the Greek place at the mall makes, I knew I had to come up with my own recipe. This Greek Chicken Salad with Tzatziki Dressing recipe is great for meal-preppers like myself or people who don’t have a lot of time to cook, because you basically do all of the hard work the night before and then throw everything together when you’re ready to eat it.
We just got our very first cast iron pan (a cast iron grill pan, no less!) so I decided to try it out with a pan roasting recipe. If you don’t have cast iron, any heavy pan will do — just make sure that it’s safe to go into your oven. This recipe is another potential one-pan recipe that utilizes your oven, so it’s great for the colder months when you’re feeling a little lazy and cold, but want some great food.
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!