Thank you to the Paleo Mom for sending me a review copy of The Paleo Approach Cookbook; this recipe comes from her cookbook! The book is a wonderful resource, especially for those with autoimmune disease who need more Paleo recipes. I’m all about wraps these days. Chicken salad wraps, mexican wraps, and now pork shoulder wraps! They’re so perfect for lunch because of their portability. Wraps actually inspired me to start a Joint Company of Paleo-friendly Concessions, called Bravo For Vive. We will be featuring chicken salad and BBQ pork wraps that are completely Paleo and really delicious. After making this recipe from The Paleo Mom’s cookbook, I had to figure out how to eat it. It’s a basic slow-cooked pork shoulder recipe, so I figured adding some sweetness to it would be delicious. I cut up some fresh peaches I bought at the Farmer’s Market this weekend and placed it in a lettuce wrap. …
Lemon Rosemary Chicken Recipe
Are you looking for a gorgeous, easy Paleo dinner recipe? This is my Lemon Rosemary Chicken Recipe.
Photography has become quite a passion of mine! I’m not always one to brag, but I’m actually very proud of these photos. I love a good cast iron skillet, and this chicken was just to die for! One thing I learned about photography is that it is all about the lighting! And it’s also about perspective. We all have our own photography style, and we are all attracted to different looks and feels of a picture. It’s hard for me to channel my creative side, but taking pictures of food seems to help! If you want to see what I’m eating daily, check out my instagram. …
Paleo Pizza Quiche Recipe
Do you miss pizza? I’m not going to lie, I do! If you miss pizza, I now have 3 options: my cauliflower crust recipe, my grain-free tapioca crust, or now a Paleo Pizza Quiche Recipe. Thank you, thank you to The Spunky Coconut for this amazing recipe. Although these are my original images, this recipe can be found on Kelly’s blog!
My favorite part about this recipe is that it’s completely Paleo without modifications. The “crust” is made from sweet potatoes; WOAH, right? They create a great texture and flavor that complement the quiche. Then top it with your favorite pizza toppings! I only used sautéed onions, but feel free to get creative here (olives, sausage, ham, bacon, pepperoni, pineapple, etc!) Lastly, add the sundried tomato, egg combo. [full recipe here]….