One of my all time favourite desserts, reformatted into squares instead of a pie, I give you; KEY LIME SQUARES 🤩. They are 100% Paleo, loaded with good fats, and they do almost nothing to my blood sugar. Continue reading “Paleo Key Lime Squares”
This is a great lunch-on-the-go option or it can also be a lovely dinner if you are feeling like something light & fresh!
Essentially the recipe is just the dressing, the rest if pretty much assembling a variety of ingredients of your choice.Continue reading “Tuna Poke Bowl”
I can already hear you thinking: “But isn’t all that butter and egg going to clog my arteries?”. The answer to that in a nutshell is, NO. Without diving too deep into the world of nutrition science, I want you to know that saturated fat is not inherently unhealthy. Continue reading “Easy Hollandaise”
Here we go, the recipe for my PALEO TIRAMISU SQUARES! I may have had a moment of weakness and enjoyed a few squares. Not sorry at all. These will blow your mind.
This is possibly the most delicious (yet simple) way you will ever cook spaghetti squash. It’s so good it converted 2 squash haters into squash lovers. I think it’s got something to do with the bacon, or maybe it’s all the butter and garlic… Continue reading “Spaghetti Squash Bacon & Eggs”
You guys, this is pretty much as simple as it gets. But do not let the simplicity of this recipe fool you, you will never want to eat your vegetables any other way, I can almost guarantee it. Continue reading “Perfect Roasted Vegetables”
Lasagna was always a favorite of mine as a kid, along with spaghetti, mac n’ cheese, and pretty much anything else containing pasta. Unfortunately, as you all well know by now, pasta made it pretty clear that it didn’t like me anymore at some stage during my mid-twenties. It was a sad time, or so I thought. Then came Moussaka. Continue reading “Paleo Moussaka”
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”
When it comes to chicken, I always prefer cooking the whole bird rather than just chicken boobs. Mainly because I prefer brown meat to white meat (more fat, less dry), but also because I feel better about cooking the whole animal and using all of its’ parts. Continue reading “Juicy Roast Chicken”