Pumpkin and chocolate chips go together like frosting and cupcakes. And you’re in luck, these paleo pumpkin cookies have both chocolate chips & frosting!
Use your turkey leftovers to add protein to this cabbage and ginger paleo soup. A perfect option for a weeknight meal on a cold, winter night.
Ease into the odd bits by adding this chicken heart stir fry to your menu. They cook quickly and this dish makes a great weeknight meal.
To save time, use cooked chicken or leftover turkey to prepare this paleo soup.
Add a little vegetable to your biscuit with a side of spice and you’ll have these paleo scones.
It’s not a pumpkin pie, it’s kabocha squash paleo pie! A winter squash pie that’s not too sweet but will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth.
This one pot paleo meal will have the house smelling so good, you’ll be salivating before the dish is served.
They’re so blissful, you’ll fall in love with the first bite of these paleo pancakes.
You can prepare this warm paleo dessert even when the power’s out! A Gas stove + cast iron skillet = this delicious cherry crumble with figs.
A simple pork curry to satisfy the need for spice in your mouth.
Playing around with salad is one of best ways to experiment with all the different fruits and vegetables available this time of year.
Got a couple bananas that are about to go bad? Use them in these Paleo Muffins and you’ll have a breakfast treat to last all week!