Looking for a perfect dessert to serve with a cup or coffee? This paleo apple cinnamon cake recipe is your answer. Make it ahead of time and freeze it until unexpected company stops by this holiday season. This cake will be a lifesaver, and your guests will fawn over how much they love this simple yet eloquent apple and cinnamon cake.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and the team here at Paleo Baking Company wanted to share our favorite paleo Thanksgiving recipes. We've created a list of all of the best side dishes and desserts for you to create and enjoy with your family and friends this holiday.
So, don't worry about what you're going to serve that one paleo niece or cousin. Paleo Baking Company has you covered this Thanksgiving!
Green bean casserole is an amazingly nostalgic holiday side dish for many of us. With its creamy mushroom soup-based sauce, mouth-watering aroma, and crunchy fried onion toppings, the green bean casserole is a beloved Thanksgiving dish for many.
One would think it would be difficult to create a paleo version of this dairy and wheat-filled traditional side dish, but it actually isn't too complicated. The trick is to make a quick paleo mushroom soup with almond milk instead of cream. Using earthy chopped portabella mushrooms will punch up the elegance factor and flavor. Homemade mushroom soup is infinitely better than the canned variety.
Cranberry sauce is that Thanksgiving side dish that has a bit of a rebellious streak. With its tangy-tart flavor, it serves as a palate cleanser or wake-up-call between savory bites of turkey, potatoes and stuffing. Not everyone is a fan of cranberry sauce, but we're here to make the argument that this paleo cranberry sauce should have a seat at the table.
When Thanksgiving rolls around, it's time to start planning your paleo Thanksgiving menu. There are always a few staple recipes that you want to include, even if you're following a special diet. Pumpkin pie is one of those special, traditional recipes.
The great news is, now you don't have to settle for a not-so-sweet dessert that barely resembles your memories of fragrant pumpkin pie. This pumpkin pie recipe will blow you away by how amazingly delicious it is. In fact, we challenge you to serve it at your next Thanksgiving meal and not tell anyone it is paleo. We'd put money on no one noticing that you swapped the sugar and gluten-filled confection for a incredibly mouth-watering, but healthier, paleo substitute.
Paleo Baking Company has made it easy to make a homemade paleo pie crust. With a package of Paleo Vanilla Cake and Muffin Mix, a few extra ingredients and some TLC, you'll be enjoying your favorite pie flavors without breaking your commitment to a paleo lifestyle.
All you need in addition to the paleo baking mix is a bit of arrowroot powder, salt, coconut oil, and an egg. Really, that's it! You'll be rolling out pie crust in no time. Tis the season for paleo pumpkin pie, paleo pecan pie, paleo fruit pie... ALL THE PIE!
Butternut squash and sage are a fall flavor pair made in heaven. During this oh-so-savory season, we give thanks for this delicious paleo faux cornbread option made with easy-to-use Paleo Baking Company Hazelnut mix.
There's no reason to give up your cornbread on the paleo diet. You'd be surprised at how "corny" Paleo Baking Company's Hazelnut Cake and Muffin Mix tastes when blended with the autumnal flavors of squash and sage. Make this recipe as prescribed below, or tweak it with your own flavor combinations. You'll be surprised at just how delicious your faux cornbread turns out!