Traditional stuffing recipes have always been a hallmark of American Thanksgiving meals. Full of savory herbs, crunchy vegetables and comforting breadcrumbs, stuffing adds a lot to jazz up the flavor of a turkey dinner. Most stuffing recipes make use of bread as a filler to soak up chicken broth and savory spices, so how could this recipe possibly be paleo?
Well, one option is to substitute carb for carb. Paleo stuffings can use delicious squash and root vegetables to replace wheat-laden bread. Cubed butternut squash, sweet potatoes, parsnips, turnips, and more. These are all excellent alternatives to gluten.
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!
Hello, cold weather, and welcome to dry skin season! Winter weather and brisk winds bring on the inevitable dry, scratchy, red hands. Nobody wants it, but once the temperatures start dropping dry skin is hard to avoid.
There is a simple, inexpensive solution to cold weather dry skin, and it can be made using ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
In the autumn as the weather cools and apples ripen, our thoughts turn to desserts with hints of cinnamon. A paleo apple crisp recipe is just what you need for this chilly, fall weekend!
Imagine that you're wearing thick, fluffy socks on your feet, wrapped in your favorite cozy blanket, and snuggled up in front of a warm, crackling fire. Ahhh... It's almost perfect. Maybe you have a hot cup of tea in your hands and are catching up on your latest Netflix binge. All you need to complete this picture of cozy perfection is a delicious snack... something sweet and tart with a soft cinnamon crunch.
Let's face it. It just wouldn't be fall without the perfect pumpkin spice latte.
It's that time of year, and we've all seen the pumpkin spice latte memes and gifs all over the internet. There's a reason the #PSL is so popular, and that's because it's delicious! Pumpkin, cinnamon, and espresso all together in one drink? Now that's just about heaven on earth.
But believe it or not, there is one thing on this planet that's better than a pumpkin spice latte...
And that is a pumpkin spice latte with booze in it.