vegetables Archive

Creamy Artichoke Dip from Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook (AIP)

UPDATE: Congratulations Melissa W. – You are the winner of the cookbook giveaway! Creamy artichoke spinach dip that is paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) compliant and yet tastes just a luscious as the dairy and mayonnaise filled original? Sounds like a fantasy, but thanks to the brilliant skills

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes from The Performance Paleo Cookbook

This recipe for Hasselback sweet potatoes is a special sneak preview from the soon-to-be-released The Performance Paleo Cookbook by Stephanie Gaudreau, the powerhouse blogger behind the highly successful Stupid Easy Paleo website. I made these as part of our New Year’s Eve dinner and they were the star

Crispy Sweet Potato Oven Fries

Sweet potato fries, made in the oven at home, that are actually crispy? YES! It is possible! I have tried so many different versions of this recipe since adopting a paleo diet and been disappointed with every single one. Sure, they tasted fine, but they were limp

Paleo Stuffed Summer Squash

The paleo food community has a love affair with summer squash, including the recent discovery of “zucchini cheese” that is taking the social media world by storm! So I was surprised to discover few recipes for paleo stuffed summer squash when I went looking for creative ways to

Mediterranean Stewed Hen and Vegetables

Did you know there is a difference between a so-called “meat chicken” and the hens that are bred for egg laying and sometimes sold as “stewing hens” – even among the quality free range, pastured chickens those who follow a nutrient dense paleo style diet are always

Roasted Beet with Beet Greens and Grapefruit Salad

I’m broadening my food eating horizons here with this roasted beet and grapefruit salad. I even included the beet greens for extra nutritional punch and a zesty salad dressing with a surprise secret ingredient. The result is a delicious dish that is also completely paleo autoimmune protocol

Baked Fennel and Potatoes (Dairy Free)

Fennel is one of those rare vegetables that you can eat either raw or cooked, and tastes like two completely different foods depending on the preparation. Raw, it tastes distinctly like licorice and anise. Cooked, its flavor mellows and sweetens like a caramelized onion and imparts an

Garlic and Ginger Glazed Baby Bok Choy (Soy Free)

Bok choy (also spelled “bok choi” or “pak choi”) is a such a contradictory, complex, and delicious vegetable. When cooked properly, the stalks are creamy and have an underlying sweetness while the darker green leaves have an earthy flavor similar to chard or spinach. A member of

Paleo Beef Stew with Turnips and Greens

  I am so honored to be the guest blogger on Stupid Easy Paleo this week! I’ve been following Steph’s blog since the beginning of my paleo journey and love her no-nonsense style, her dedication to real food, and her tasty recipes. The Paleo diet has tremendous

Autoimmune Paleo Protocol Friendly Holiday Menu

When you have dietary restritions, this time of year is tough. It is challenging to come up with an autoimmune paleo protocol friendly holiday menu that also satisfies people who eat a more typical diet, but it can be done! I’ve been following a grain free diet