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Sweet & Savory Thanksgiving Sweet Potatoes

Greetings, hungry readers! This is Meagan from Eat Something Delicious and I'll be taking over for Kylie today. Kylie and I "met" last year when we noticed how much each of our blogs had in common. We quickly became good friends who connected on more than just our blogging hobbies (although, she's still my go-to person for when I start rambling about Wordpress updates, rich pins, and all the other blogging topics my poor husband used to endure listening to). A Slice of Ky has really grown to be an amazing site and I'm so excited to be sharing one of my recipes here today. A few years ago, all my experiences with sweet potato could be summed up in two dishes: sweet potato casserole (yes, the kind with marshmallows on top)...

Seriously Healthy Fudgsicles

I know what you're thinking. Why am I posting another popsicle recipe when I just posted one last week. Hear me out! I have been testing out lots of recipes in my new popsicle mold lately with plans to post them throughout the rest of the summer, but this one is seriously so good that I could not wait to share it! Although you'd never be able to tell from the taste, these fudgsicles are a far cry from the store-bought version, which is laden with nasty fillers and health-degrading ingredients. This fudgsicle recipe however, made with five simple ingredients, is seriously healthy...

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...

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.

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 Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

Paleo Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup FinalThanksgiving is only a week away, so now is the time to plan your menu and buy your groceries. Surprisingly, this holiday is actually quite easy to keep healthy and within the realm of paleo. You may be wondering how in the world you can make paleo stuffing or pumpkin pie, and what about the candied yams topped with marshmallow!? Well its time to rejoice, because you don’t have to give up those traditional Thanksgiving recipes just to stay paleo. There are plenty of recipes out there to make your entire turkey day feast paleo, and I’ve gathered them here for you. These healthy comfort foods will satisfy the biggest appetite without even feeling “healthy” and definitely without that post-feast guilt. So without further ado, here is my paleo Thanksgiving recipe roundup that includes the bird, dessert and everything in between.

Power Post-Workout Shake

Post Workout Protein ShakeEver feel just totally wiped out after a good workout? Yeah, me too, and I hate it. Sometimes I would go through the rest of my day feeling fatigued and exhausted, but I knew working out should actually be making me feel invigorated and refreshed. On good days when I felt energized and ready to take on the day after my workout, I began to wonder why I don’t feel great like that all of the time.

Sweet Dumpling Squash | Roasted and Stuffed

Maple Pulled Pork Stuffed SquashI’m so glad my mom introduced me to sweet dumpling squash recently. It has a sweet and nutty flavor that reminds me of a sweet potato, and it might be my favorite winter squash now! As long as you allow enough time for roasting, it is otherwise quick and simple to prepare. I prepared mine by cutting the tops off, but you could also cut them in half so that you have four servings. It took an hour to roast these to perfection in my oven, but I would suggest starting to watch them at around 45 minutes in case your oven cooks them faster. You could stuff the sweet dumpling squash with anything, but I highly recommend trying it with my maple glazed pulled pork recipe. The sweetness from the pork paired with the starchiness of the squash was a perfect marriage of flavor and texture.