Get ready to fall in love with grain-free eating! Whether you’re totally committed to a paleo lifestyle or just curious about the popular diet type, we’ve rounded up some must-try recipes that might have you kissing grains goodbye for good. With fresh, colorful ingredients that celebrate spring, you’ll be returning to these nutritious, simple dishes throughout the season and beyond — we guarantee it.
This mix is as beautiful as it is tasty. The fresh, vitamin-packed, spiralized veggies are crisp and refreshing while the orange and lime juices add a tangy topper. Tossed with cherry tomatoes and creamy avocado, this salad’s not your typical mix of greens. We’ll raise a fork to that! (Check out this spiralizer!)
We all know salmon is a great source of healthy fats, but what makes this recipe worth mentioning is the flavor. This dish’s combination of seasonings and lemon juice serve up a light, fresh lunch or dinner that will leave you surprised that it only involved five ingredients.
There’s nothing more comforting in the morning than a warm stack of pancakes. And this powerful pile of goodness is packed with protein and fiber! Topped with flax seeds, raw almond butter and fresh berries, this energizing paleo breakfast starts your day off right.
Take your meatballs to the next level with this irresistible recipe. Whether you’re hosting a party or just in the mood for something different, this dish only takes 20 minutes to prep! The star? The sauce, of course, which has a kick in every bite-sized ball. Pop a few and you’ll be hooked!
All you need is 15 minutes to whip up this no-bake pudding! Some of the ingredients may surprise you, like cashews and pink himalayan sea salt, but this smooth, peachy blend welcomes the warmer weather and makes for the perfect dessert (or snack).
Asparagus is one of our favorite spring veggies and it’s highlighted here in this gorgeous tart. Would could be better than a healthy yet cheesy bite? The paleo crust won’t disappoint — it’ll change your Friday night pizza ritual from here on out!
So simple yet so satisfying. This one-pot dish uses the vegetables as a bed for the chicken, allowing all the flavors to work together to create a meal so fragrant your guests will come running to the table. Got 15 minutes to prep it? We bet you do!
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