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Crock Pot Paleo Beef Stew

It's meal prep Monday, so I thought I'd share my super easy Crock Pot Paleo Beef Stew recipe with you. Prep it today and cook it tomorrow for a simple yet flavorful weeknight dinner. There's nothing better than coming home from a long day of work to a hot and ready meal. I don't know about you, but the crock pot is my savior during busy weeks! To save time before work, chop your vegetables the night before. This way all you will have to do is brown your meat in the morning and toss everything into the crock pot. If you happen to have the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System, you can brown the meat right in it on the stovetop setting, and that way you won't even have to dirty another...

Paleofied Strawberry Bellinis

Strawberry Bellini Paleo

It’s Sunday. It’s Valentine’s Day. I don’t know what else would be more fitting for today than Brunch and Bellinis! There is just one problem. It’s bitter cold here in Pittsburgh today, and I’d prefer not to leave the house today if I don’t have to. Cuddling up in my house and staying in my pajamas all day sounds quite inviting for this Valentine’s Day! So I figured why not “Brunch and Bellini” it at home?!

Paleo Spinach Artichoke Dip

Paleo Spinach Artichoke Dip

The Super Bowl was this past Sunday, and I’m willing to bet Monday morning wasn’t too fun for a lot of people. Maybe you were tired, maybe you were hungover… Or, maybe you felt ill from that junk food coma in which you’re still trying to come out of.  We’ve all been there! But the question is why do we keep gorging ourselves time and time again when we know it’s going to end badly? I think the answer is pretty obvious, right?

Super Bowl Potluck with Eat Something Delicious

Paleo Super Bowl Potluck

The Super Bowl isn’t quite the same for me when my hometown team, The Pittsburgh Steelers, aren’t playing. It seemed like we had a shot to make it to the Super Bowl this year, so it was a pretty big let down when they didn’t. I, however, am still very excited for the big game, because when I think “Super Bowl”, my mind automatically turns to FOOD!  It’s the perfect excuse to gather around the television with good friends and good food, and who doesn’t want to do that? That is exactly why my good friend Meagan and I have decided to create our very own Super Bowl Potluck.

Paleo Hot Chocolate

Paleo Hot Chocolate AltBeing that practically the entire east coast has just been slammed with snow, a paleo hot chocolate would be a great way for us all to bring this weekend to a close. Escape from all that snow, and get warm with this delicious paleo hot chocolate. I used 72% cacao chocolate. Using real chocolate, rather than powdered cocoa, makes this paleo hot chocolate rich, dark and creamy. Just make sure you’re choosing high quality chocolate without gluten, soy and dairy in order to keep it paleo. The coconut sugar gives it a caramel-y sweetness, but feel free to adjust the amount based on your taste. The sea salt and vanilla extract bring out all of the flavor, so don’t even think about skipping these secret ingredients. The coconut whipped cream adds even more creaminess and is the perfect topping to brighten up the rich chocolate. You can cut this paleo hot chocolate recipe in half for an individual serving, or double it for a family of 4. Whether you are snowed in or not, please join me in cozying up tonight with a warm mug full of this delicious paleo hot chocolate!

Tomato Basil Paleo Raviolis

Paleo RavioliThese tomato basil paleo raviolis may look intimidating at first glance, but trust me when I say this meal is quite simple to create. The tomato basil filling blends together in about 60 seconds, and once the pasta dough comes together it is so easy to work with. Once you taste these paleo raviolis, it will be hard to believe they are actually paleo. The first bite you take with the creamy filling paired with the tender pasta will make you completely forget you’re eating healthy. These are just as good leftover as they are fresh, so make some paleo raviolis in advance and reheat with your favorite pasta sauce for a quick weeknight meal.

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash SoupSo I told you guys in my last post how obsessed I am with butternut squash, and you’ll see that I am not kidding! I’ve literally been having it at least once a week in some shape or form. Most recently, I created this roasted butternut squash soup and it is soooo good. Warm, comforting, creamy, sweet, silky, delicious… I could go on, but I’ll spare you. The point is that you need to make this soup, like, right now.

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Simple Roasted Butternut Squash

Paleo Roasted Butternut Squash 1I love this time of year, because winter squash is in season, and right now I’m obsessed with this simple roasted butternut squash. I’ve been making it at least once a week, but I could literally eat this everyday. It’s creamy, sweet and melts in your mouth. The butter coats the squash and gives it a caramelized finish that is to die for. I like to pair it with my maple glazed pulled pork for a savory comfort meal. I could also see pairing this alongside chili or a sloppy joe. Yum, I’m getting hungry just writing this! This simple roasted butternut squash is an easy side dish that pairs with just about anything. I like to prep the squash (peel and cut) before work in the morning, so that I can just toss it into the oven when I get home. The best is when I have meat cooking in the crock pot, because I have an amazing meal ready in what feels like lickety-split. You’ll notice onions in the photos, but I’ve realized since then that I like this better with just the butternut squash by itself. I will update the photo just as soon as I can get a picture before it all gets eaten!

Paleo Recipe Review | Round 1

Paleo Recipe Review Round 1

This past Saturday night, Jon and I planned a little date night for ourselves. It consisted of us staying in and cooking dinner together. It wasn’t much, but cooking together is out of the ordinary for us and we had so much fun. We sat down and searched the web far and wide looking for anything that struck our fancy. Together we decided on bacon-wrapped scallops, “mac & cheese” and dinner rolls. It’s just what we were in the mood for at the time. We had such a good time testing these new recipes, we decided to make it into a series here on the blog! Every so often we will make recipes from different paleo bloggers across the web and report back here with the results. My hope is that you enjoy reading about what we cooked together and that it will inspire some meal ideas for you!

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