The Paleo Recipe Book

All Recipes

Split Pea Soup (Slow Cooker Method)


My grandmother makes the most incredible split pea soup.  After various attempts at recreating it using her recipe I was never quite as successful.  My attempts seemed to lack that wow factor.  I love

Ground Lamb with Orzo Pasta (a/k/a Yiouvetsi)


I was always a huge fan of the Greek cuisine and even more so since spending my amazing honeymoon visiting the Greek Islands. This cuisine is known for utilizing a lot of lamb. The

Goat Cheese+Apple+Rosemary Tart


I was craving something savory.  Looking through the contents of my pantry and my refrigerator I knew I realized a quick and simple tart was in order.  With just a few simple and readily

Mashed Cauliflower


I love potatoes in almost any shape or form.  However, white potatoes (that are traditionally used to make mashed potatoes) can cause internal inflammation.  This dish a healthier alternative to the heavy white potato. Cauliflower

Zucchini & Beets Soup


This recipe is used to clean the blood tissues and keep them intelligent.  Select red beets with greens.  You can use the greens for your Green Protein – they are extremely tasty and nutritious! RECOMMENDED

Melon Blueberry Pops


Nothing says summertime better than a great frozen treat. This guilt-free sweetness is sure to please both adults and kids. I’ve made homemade popsicles so many ways! You can puree whole fruit and pour it

Goat Cheese Marinated with Herbs & Spices


I am definitely a cheese fanatic.  I love eating it in all shapes and forms.  When I learned about this amazing recipe from my fellow food blogger Julia (please check our her awesome blog

Daikon Radish & Asparagus Soup


This simple and quick soup is fantastic for cleansing the kidneys and the urinary tract. Daikon Radish is anti-inflammatory, high in Vitamin C and is a powerful aid in bone health (among many other

Roasted Figs Stuffed with Gorgonzola & Walnuts


I am not a huge fan of figs as a fruit, however, when roasted this elegant fruit becomes quite delicious for my taste buds. Drawing inspiration from one of Anne Burrell’s recipes, this is

Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta+Walnuts


I’ve been hooked on roasting the Brussels Sprouts in the oven.  It is a quick, simple and delicious side dish for any meal.  While flipping through Anne Burrell’s cookbook, this Brussels Sprouts recipe sparked

Super Power Smoothie: Kale+Pineapple+Apple+Flaxseeds


Kale is known as the healthiest green leafy vegetable, but most kale smoothies have a distinct flavor that won’t necessarily please every palate. If you are looking for a way to get this wonderful and nutritious green

Baked Sea Bass with Couscous


I am a huge fan of white fish and especially sea bass. It’s not overly fishy and works with a variety of flavor combinations/various spices. I had left over olive oil infused with herbs

Banana Pecan Bread (Gluten-Free & Sugar-Free)


Banana bread is a true classic.  There are many variations to the recipe for this staple.  My take is gluten-free and sugar-free, yet full of flavor and sweetness.  The over-ripe bananas are key for

Soy Balsamic Roasted Chicken with Rosemary


This recipe is courtesy of my friend and fellow food blogger Salad Girl Nat. The simplicity of the dish and the ease of prep sold me on the spot.  I had to try this

Lemon+Mint Infused Water


I  mainly drink plain water, but at times it can get pretty boring and I crave flavor.  Since I abstain from sodas and majority of the juices (unless I juice fruits & veggies myself),

Chicken Meatballs with Angel Hair Pasta & Homemade Pesto


Typically I make turkey meatballs (and usually in the slow cooker), but since I had no ground turkey meat on hand I decided to substitute with chicken. I was inspired by a recipe in

Curried Almonds


Raw Almonds are a fantastic and healthy snack.  Adding spices makes them all that much delicious and nutritious.  I was inspired to try this based on the recipe from Elana’s Pantry. According to Wikipedia, curry