Paleo Tater Tots are the perfect finger food to have while watching the game. They’re kid friendly and pretty simple to prepare.
This paleo sandwich is a Puerto Rican dish that originated in Chicago. Instead of having to travel to try this dish, you can now make it from the comfort of your own home.
Soup is not my typical go-to meal but this paleo cream of broccoli soup is a quick and painless paleo recipe, perfect for a weeknight meal.
A quick to make, dairy-free creamy squash paleo soup is in order for everyone during winter. This will go down smooth and may even give you leftovers too.
When you’re low on time and looking for a quick little dish to satisfy you, whip up this paleo salad of Sardines on Greens.
As a root vegetable, carrots long to be the highlight of a winter recipe so with this Carroodle (carrot + noodle) salad, I made it so.
Roasting your own red peppers is a simple task! Once they’re done, you can whip together this Roasted Red Pepper Relish and serve it over so many things.
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.
Whip up this dish during the week and you can have Paleo Taco Salad on the table within 30 minutes or less.
Whip up a batch of yuca paleo biscuits as a side for your dinner and you can simply pop them in the oven whenever you want some.
Prepare this paleo quiche for breakfast or dinner and take any leftovers that remain with you for lunch. This recipe is definitely quick and painless.