It’s now February and obviously no longer pumpkin season, but it took me 4 months to finally decide to sit down and upload some recipes, so here we are. You can make these with pumpkin or winter squash, or even sweet potato. Continue reading “Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes”
“How much protein do I need” is a question I get often from clients, and as someone who has experimented with dozens of different diets, I can tell you one thing; there a much higher probability of someone not getting enough protein versus getting too much. Continue reading “Pork & Beef Breakfast Patties”
I’ll be the first to admit; it took me at least a dozen times of eating liver to actually find it tolerable. Not even tasty, tolerable. I probably ate it another dozen times after that to truly enjoy the flavor and texture.
I know I have mentioned this in prior posts but for anyone who doesn’t know this fun fact about me: I grew up in Quebec. Quebec, the land of baguettes, quiches, and bottles of wine Continue reading “Paleo Smoked Salmon Quiche”
I almost feel weird calling this a recipe because it’s not. It’s just a breakfast idea. And frankly I think most people could use a little bit of inspiration when it comes to breaking Continue reading “Breakfast Salad with Smashed Avo”
Any of you guys remember my Shakshuka post? The following recipe might remind you of that for two reasons; it’s got eggs and it’s cooked in a skillet. Continue reading “Roasted Red Pepper Egg Skillet with Fresh Pico de Gallo”
Mmmmm, crêpes…So many happy childhood memories.
I am not sure if I’ve mentioned this in any previous posts but I grew up in Québec, aka French Continue reading “Apple & Mushroom Crêpes (gluten-Free & dairy-Free)”
I’ve had my eye on this breakfast idea for a while. Although I had never tasted this before making it myself, I had heard of it and thought it sounded delicious. I recently ended up in an Israeli ran restaurant called Greengos in Guatemala, and I saw the word ‘Shakshuka’ on the menu and actually had no idea what it was.
Have I mentioned I am a huge pesto fan? Well now you know! I usually make my pesto with pistachios but the health food store was all out this morning so I had to improvise. Cashews are always my base as they add a creamy texture any sauce, so I decided to keep that as a part of the recipe.
Omelettes are always a go-to for me when making breakfast and I think it’s safe to say it’s your best option when following a Paleo diet/lifestyle. Because cheese is very rarely on the menu for me, I try to come up with ideas for sauces I can make or tasty add ons to jazz up my omelettes.