Paleo Spicy Thai Noodle Salad

So, zucchini noodles are zoodles.  Does that mean sweet potato noodles are spoodles? Whatever they are called, sweet potatoes have the perfect texture for a Paleo Spicy Thai Noodle Salad. Tahini and coconut aminos pair together perfectly to give this salad the creamy umami that makes a good thai noodle salad.  The sweet heartiness of the sweet potato, crunch of the carrot and creamy dressing is the perfect salad for a spring party or picnic!

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Sprouts Farmers Market, Gut Health… and a Paleo Chinese Spicy Pickled Cucumbers Recipe!

A while back, Sprouts Farmers Market hosted a blogger tour at the Morningside location in Atlanta, with the theme “Eat Your Way to a Healthier Gut”, led by Atlanta-based registered dietitian nutritionist, Marisa Moore.  I had the pleasure of being one of the bloggers invited to join and learn all about probiotic rich foods that promote a healthy tummy!  This inspired me to post a family recipe – Paleo Chinese Spicy Pickled Cucumbers!

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Eggplants in Garlic Sauce

Stir Fry Chinese Eggplant in Garlic Sauce (Paleo Option)

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!  I know what I am thankful for… food!  But as much as I love Thanksgiving food, I’ve had enough turkey and Thanksgiving left overs.  So today, something completely different… here’s how to make authentic Chinese Eggplant in Garlic Sauce (aka 魚香茄子) at home!  It makes a great side dish and also an entree if you’re a vegetarian.

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Spicy Paleo Slow Cooker Chili (Chili Powder Free Option)

Chili is perfect for a lazy, chilly, rainy day, especially if you can make it in the slow cooker.  It was exactly chili weather the other day so I was definitely craving it… the only issue was I didn’t have any chili powder laying around!  Doesn’t matter to me, because I can make paleo slow cooker chili without any chili powder!  Be warned though, this crock pot recipe’s very spicy if you add the cayenne pepper and jalapeno! So, skip those if you don’t want it like that.

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