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Pulled Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

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Pulled pork is delicious, and there’s nothing wrong with just eating it straight off the plate (or straight out of the oven!). But there’s a reason why pulled pork sandwiches are so popular: sometimes, it’s also nice to have your pork with a starchy, slightly sweet delivery vehicle to contrast…

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Pumpkin Pie Bites

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Think of a vegetable, any vegetable. Now imagine adding some healthy fat, an egg or two, and a tasty dose of spices. Healthy and tasty, right? Now add a huge dump of sugar, a crust made of refined flour, and another sprinkle of sugar on top. Oops. In case you…

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Wild Mushroom Soup

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Fall might be best-known as the season for pumpkins and apples, but it’s also the best time of year to get your hands on another delicious treasure: wild mushrooms. Wild mushrooms have a fresher taste than the typical varieties, and a greater variety of flavors: you can get wild mushrooms…

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Red Wine Roast Chicken

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Here’s some real comfort food for a rainy day: chicken roasted in a rich red wine sauce with savory vegetables and fresh herbs. You get the meat and the vegetables all in one pan, all soaked through with the same delicious flavors. And it’s a nice way to use a…

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Halloween Apple Mouths

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Halloween is at the door and many will be facing a common question when it comes to holidays that are associated with unhealthy food: should we or the kids fully indulge, should we stay strict Paleo or can a compromise be attained? We think that the later option should prove…

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Strawberry Applesauce

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For true apple-lovers, U-pick season can be a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, so many delicious fresh apples! And you get to go out yourself and choose your favorites in the sunshine and the fresh Fall air! But on the other hand, there are only so…

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Ambercup Coconut Milk Dessert

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One of the most popular requests on our interactive guide to finding allergy-friendly desserts was for desserts with no chocolate or carob in them – so here’s one to start you off! The creamy coconut filling is a perfect complement for sweet roasted squash, and a dash of nutmeg adds…

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Butternut Squash Lasagna

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Craving lasagna? Here’s a completely healthy, Paleo-approved recipe featuring thin slices of butternut squash as noodles and plenty of the really good stuff: tomatoes and beef with lots of garlic, basil, and oregano for flavor. If you do dairy (not everyone tolerates it), you could also add some cheese, but…

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Chocolate Dipped Apples

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Chocolate dipped apples are a staple Halloween treat and one that’s easy to prepare at home with high quality ingredients for a Paleo version. Granted, these are still little sugar bombs, so they should really stay just a treat. On the positive side, especially when choosing a high quality chocolate…

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Slow Cooker Beef And Pepper Soup

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Here’s a meal with all the convenience of a stir-fry, but re-imagined as a hearty slow-cooker soup for extra comfort-food value. Plenty of tomatoes and homemade bone broth give it a rich, flavorful base, and the peppers and cauliflower add some nice body even without the beef. Try some multicolored…

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Apple Pie Baked Apples

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Mini-pies baked inside an apple are adorable and perfect for a sweet dessert without some kind of incredibly laborious nut-flour crust. Considering that nut flour desserts aren’t really the healthiest thing you could be eating anyway, using the apple itself as the “crust” for the pie is a perfect solution…

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Chipotle Sweet Potato Salad

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Roasted sweet potatoes are the perfect base for a creamy chipotle mayonnaise: add some tomatoes and onion for crunch, and you’ll have everyone going back for seconds (and thirds). It’s a great potluck dish because it’s just unusual enough to be interesting, without crossing the line into “weird” or “diet…

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Banana Ice Cream

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A Paleo ice cream recipe that’s simple, delicious and requires only one ingredient and no special equipment other than a food processor. Sounds too good to be true? Well that feat is indeed possible, thanks to the power of bananas to stay creamy when frozen instead of developing hard crystals…

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Old Fashioned Cabbage Soup

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Winter vegetables tend to look grumpy and uninviting: a wrinkly head of cabbage and a big lumpy rutabaga just don’t look as welcoming as a basket of ripe strawberries. But a little patience and a lot of chicken stock will bring out their inner sweetness and transform those tough-looking vegetables…

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Oven Roasted Tomatoes

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Even if you don’t like raw tomatoes in salads, you might end up liking this savory side dish: a honey-balsamic vinaigrette and a full hour of roasting in the oven turn up the flavor of ordinary tomatoes into something just a little bit special. The final product is great for…

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Mango Lime Gelatin Gummies

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As we hinted about in our recent fruit juice gelatin recipe, using gelatin in desserts and treats opens the door to an array of fun and tasty ways to enjoy fruits and this recipe surely delivers. With just the right amount of tanginess and tropical feel from the mango and lime juice, these are perfect…

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Fire-Roasted Salsa

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Salsa is a wonderful Paleo-friendly condiment for just about everything: it’s good on salads, burgers, or grilled meat, or just as a dipping sauce for whatever finger-friendly vegetables you like. And the perfect salsa-making season is when tomatoes are at their cheapest and most delicious: in other words, now. It’s…

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