A few tasty links

Sorry that it’s been so long since I’ve updated this blog. Life has been a crazy roller coaster since November and the paleo blog took a backseat to everything else. I have been cooking lots of tasty meals and I’m always thinking “this would be great to share on the blog” but I just never have time to take pictures, edit pictures, write down the recipe, etc, etc.

No excuses right? I know, I know. I’m trying. So I thought I would share a few links of some other paleo blogs and meals that I have found recently and really enjoyed.

PaleOMG is my new favorite. First, she’s hilarious. Second, her meals are really amazing. And third, she seems to like maple syrup as much as I do. Oh and fourth, she isn’t cooking the same old stuff that you’ve seen 100 other times on every other paleo blog. Lots of originality. So far I’ve made her Carrot Cake Pancakes – amazing. Pistachio Pesto Chicken Pasta – so good! And Broccoli Fritters – like a delicious hush puppy, paleo style. Give her a try. You won’t be disappointed.

Last night I made this Paleo Key Lime Pie. I used pecans instead of almonds for the crust and honey instead of agave. It was delicious. I ate it for breakfast with my coffee this morning. But don’t do that. Eating dessert for breakfast sort of contradicts the whole point of paleo. Do as I say, not as I do.

Health-Bent is my other new favorite. Her butternut squash lasagna is amazing as well as her Mini Chorizo Meatloaves.

Tonight we are making paleo pizzas with this crust recipe. It’s become my go to pizza crust recipe and I’ve tried a lot of paleo pizza recipes in the last few years. * A few notes. I don’t use almond meal. I use blanched almond flour instead. I like its texture much better. I also add garlic powder, onion powder and Italian seasoning to my crust for lots of flavor. Oh and usually a little water to make it spread easier. I haven’t made the sauce they use so I can’t vouch for that.

That’s it for now. I hope you try a few of these recipes! If you do, let me know how you like them!

Alima

Comments

  1. I used that crust recipe a few times until I discovered meatza. Now it’s just BRING ON THE MEAT!!!

    … more importantly, I think you should share your paleo Samoas recipe!!

    • KyleDeneke says:

      Unfortunately the samoas weren’t paleo. They were gluten free, but they had chocolate and butter and all sorts of non-paleo ingredients. They were a special treat while my parents were in town.
      Alima