Paleo Leap’s Top 5 Recipes for the Month of March

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In our kitchen we’re always busy trying to create new and exciting recipes, as well as trying to re-create those traditional dishes we crave but can’t enjoy because they are a far cry from paleo friendly. As much as we love experimenting in the kitchen, we certainly know that many of you do not, or would like to, but can’t find the time. We happen to hear this a lot from our followers, so this is why we work so hard to bring you four new recipes a week, all absolutely delicious of course! That said, some will just be more popular than others, so we thought it would be a good idea to highlight the recipes that just so happen to be the faves for the month. Before jumping into the recipes, if I had to sum it up, let’s just say March had most of you craving the classics and excited about the sweets!

Sweet Potato Buffalo Chicken Casserole

Chicken Buffalo Casserole

A favorite family dinner made paleo friendly without sacrificing convenience or comfort-food value. Recipe here.

Slow Cooked Beef and Broccoli

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A classic dinner without a lot of prep time, as this recipe has been adapted for the slow cooker. Recipe here

Flourless Brownies

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A delicious paleo friendly brownie recipe made with a twist! Recipe here.

Broiled Grapefruit

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A fresh new way to bring out the sweeter side of grapefruit without piling on a bunch of sugar. Recipe here.

Sweet Potatoes with Pecans, Apples and Dried Cranberries

Sweet Potatoes with Pecans

 Bake up a very special side dish with this surprisingly simple recipe. Recipe here.

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