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The 215 Most Popular Free Paleo Recipes – Essential Recipes For Every Paleo Eater

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We got to thinking recently… there sure are a lot of amazing Paleo recipes out there, but all the cookbooks are from just one amazing Paleo cook or chef. So why don’t we create a free online cookbook so that you have free access to all of these amazing recipes!

So, we’ve taken the best recipes and compiled them as an easy-to-use list here for you to access anytime anywhere! You’re covered from breakfast to lunch to dinner and snacks. We’ve even designed it in a cookbook style with a table of contents at the beginning as well.

All these Paleo recipes are naturally gluten-free since the Paleo diet omits grains like wheat. And in contrast to Primal recipes, this list here only contains dairy-free recipes.

Looking for AIP (autoimmune protocol) recipes instead? Then check out this list of our AIP recipes here.

Looking for Ketogenic diet (keto) recipes instead? Then check out this list of keto recipes here.

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Table Of Contents – The Best Paleo Recipes

  • Paleo Breakfast Recipes
  • Paleo Appetizer Recipes
  • Paleo Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Chicken Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Beef Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Pork Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Fish/Seafood Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Lamb Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Vegetarian Entree Recipes
  • Paleo Entree Recipes – Others
  • Paleo Side Recipes
  • Paleo Dessert Recipes
  • Paleo Drinks Recipes
  • Paleo Snacks Recipes

For more recipes, download our free mini cookbook with our favorite 11 Paleo recipes – click here to download.

The Best Paleo Breakfast Recipes

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Paleo breakfasts can be tough…no one wants to eat eggs and bacon for every single morning! So the following Paleo recipes feature lots of egg-free options. But don’t worry we’ve got egg and bacon recipes too!

Paleo Granola

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Ingredients: pumpkin seeds, unsweetened shredded coconut, sliced almonds, chopped pecans, dates, coconut oil, cinnamon, vanilla.

Like a lot of granola dishes, this is a satisfying way to start your day, but without that annoying added sugar! The addition of the cinnamon gives this breakfast that warming feeling to keep you going till lunch.

Chocolate!! Avocado Paleo Smoothie

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Ingredients: avocado, frozen bananas, frozen berries, unsweetened cocoa powder, almond or coconut milk.

Imagine being allowed chocolate at breakfast? This is a lovely smoothie with the natural sweetness of banana, the zingy freshness of the berries, and the smooth texture of avocado.

Bacon Wrapped Eggs With Sweet Potato Hash

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Ingredients: bacon, eggs, sweet potato, onion, olive oil, salt and pepper.

This dish is so easy to prepare, yet provides you with a satisfying start to your day. Everyone knows about bacon and eggs for breakfast, but try them with the sweet potato hash – it is delicious!

2-Ingredient Pancake

paleo 2-ingredient pancake recipe

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Ingredients: banana, egg.

This is one of the most popular Paleo recipes as it combines simplicity with deliciousness and everyone’s love for pancakes. As these pancakes are both nut-free and grain-free, they are ideal for people whose system needs a gentler approach to breakfast. The banana is a great source of magnesium and tastes great.

Guacamole Topped Scrambled Eggs

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Ingredients: guacamole, eggs, coconut oil.

This is a quick and easy breakfast to make, ideal for those of you who are short on time in the morning. The combination of guacamole and eggs may be a little unusual, but give it a try – you will be surprised just how tasty it is!

Crispy Pulled Pork and Caramelized Apples Pancake Stack

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Ingredients: unsweetened applesauce, eggs, unsweetened apple juice, coconut flour, baking soda, cream of tartar, salt, coconut oil, leftover pork, apple, maple syrup.

A classic combination of pork and apple gives you a satisfying breakfast. You can use your favorite apple or why not try Gala or Braeburn as an alternative? The addition of the maple syrup adds a wonderful natural sweetness.

Perfect Breakfast Sausage

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Ingredients: ground pork, sea salt, black pepper, dried sage, dried thyme, dried ginger, water, coconut oil.

An ideal choice of meat would be pork which goes so well with sage, but just use the one you prefer. Adding the blueberries, which are full of antioxidants, will help give you that boost in the morning!

Breakfast Sausage Scotch Eggs

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Ingredients: eggs, lean ground pork, homemade gingerbread spice mix (recipe included), salt and pepper, honey.

Scotch eggs have been a favorite for years and make an ideal healthy breakfast. The addition of the gingerbread spice goes so well and gives a deep warming feeling, especially in conjunction with the natural honey sweetness.

Paleo Microwave Bread

Paleo Microwave Grain-Free Bread (Gluten-free, Paleo) Recipe

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Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, egg, ghee or coconut oil or butter.

Bread has been a breakfast staple for a long time. However bread can often cause us health problems because of gluten. This bread recipe is Paleo (as well as low carb, keto-friendly, and of course, gluten-free). And you can make this Paleo bread recipe in under 5 minutes. It’s perfect for toast! Spread some ghee on it for a wonderfully satisfying Paleo breakfast. It’s one of the most loved of all our Paleo recipes.

Blueberry Banana Pancakes

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Ingredients: egg whites, banana, blueberries, almond butter, cinnamon.

We have long enjoyed pancakes for breakfast, but they often had added sugar and were not a healthy alternative, but try these ones and you will change your mind! The blueberries add an explosion of taste and the fruit provides all the natural sweetness you will need!

Breakfast Meatballs

Paleo breakfast meatballs recipe

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Ingredients: ground pork, ground chicken, sweet potato, bacon, herbs, salt, pepper, mushrooms.

These meatballs make an ideal breakfast alternative as they are so versatile. You can use pork, chicken, turkey or any combination you like. Use your own favorite fresh herbs to add that special zing to the meal!

Raw Coconut Cranberry Cashew Fig Bars

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Ingredients: figs, unsweetened shredded coconut, dried cranberries, raw unsalted cashews, salt, honey, coconut oil, cinnamon.

These are a typical fruit and nut combination, ideal if you don’t have much time in the morning. They are chewy and crunchy with the delicious addition of cranberries which we all know provide wonderful taste and health benefits.

Blueberry Carrot Cake Parfait

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Ingredients: carrots, almond butter, eggs, raw honey, protein powder, cinnamon, baking powder, salt, coconut milk, vanilla extract, blueberries, maple syrup.

These parfaits are served in small jars and look and taste so indulgent! Packed full of protein and flavor, they are a perfect start to a busy day!

Paleo Breakfast Porridge Recipe

Paleo Breakfast Porridge Recipe

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Ingredients: almonds, coconut cream, sweetener of choice, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves.

We all know that porridge has been used as a breakfast staple forever, but try this alternative! It is quick and easy to make and, with the cinnamon and cloves, provides a warming breakfast which is ideal on colder days.

Paleo McGriddles

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Ingredients: sausage, eggs, unsweetened vanilla almond milk, canned coconut milk, coconut nectar, maple syrup, coconut oil, carbonated water, vanilla, blanched almond flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, cinnamon.

The aroma from these McGriddles is so appetizing that you will want to eat them every day! The combination of bacon and maple syrup is a classic so enjoy this Paleo alternative!

Easy Almond Flour Waffles

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Ingredients: almond flour/meal, arrowroot powder, baking soda, salt, eggs, nondairy milk, maple syrup.

These waffles are so quick and easy to make – all in one bowl! They taste great and are gluten-free and grain-free, so they are ideal for anyone trying to avoid these ingredients.

Banana Bread Donuts

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Ingredients: banana, eggs, almond butter, butter or coconut oil), coconut flour, coconut sugar, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder, vanilla, sea salt, chocolate spread.

When you look at these doughnuts the first word that springs to mind is decadent! They are naturally sweet and have a wonderful chocolate glaze which makes them look so appealing.

Chicken and Apple Sausages

Paleo Chicken and Apple Sausage Recipe

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Ingredients: chicken breasts, apple, fresh thyme leaves, fresh parsley, fresh oregano, garlic powder, salt and pepper, coconut oil.

A wonderful combination of chicken, apple and thyme, these sausages make a tasty alternative at breakfast time. They also have the added benefit of being freezable, so why not batch-cook and freeze for another time? Paleo recipes should be simple and delicious and this recipe is the perfect example of that.

English Muffins

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Ingredients: cashew butter, ghee or coconut oil, almond flour, salt, baking powder, unsweetened almond milk, eggs.

These muffins are gluten-free, low carb and so easy to make. A true healthy option, the hardest thing will be waiting for them to cool so you can slice and toast them!

Paleo “Oatmeal”

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Ingredients: coconut milk, coconut flour, shredded coconut, egg or banana.

This ‘oatmeal’ uses coconut instead of oats, giving a softer texture and cutting out the possible inflammatory action of oats on your system. Still a warming and wholesome option, this is an ideal breakfast for those chilly days.

Sausage and Sweet Potato Breakfast Casserole

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Ingredients: breakfast sausage, coconut oil, eggs, sweet potatoes, onion, garlic powder, nutmeg, salt, pepper, coconut milk, power greens (kale, spinach, arugula).

Never had a casserole for breakfast? This is definitely the hearty option. If you have not tried sweet potato before then this is a great way to introduce it. This dish is so healthy, full of taste and fortified with the sweet potato and greens.

Wicked Smoothie

paleo wicked hotel smoothie recipe

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Ingredients: frozen banana, almond milk, coconut milk, raw honey.

Such an easy and quick smoothie to prepare, you will really enjoy the taste! Smoothies are now becoming such a regular feature of everyday life, so why not enjoy this one first thing in the morning to give your body the wake-up call?

Breakfast Turkey Wrap

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Ingredients: turkey breast slices, romaine lettuce leaves, bacon, eggs, coconut oil.

It really is a great idea to use deli turkey as a wrap because it adds to the flavor and avoids any problems with gluten! These wraps take slightly longer to prepare, but as they hold the classic bacon and eggs, they are well worth the wait!

Paleo Breakfast Burrito

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Ingredients: coconut oil, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, ground beef or turkey, red onion, eggs, cilantro.

The combination of garlic and cumin make these Paleo burritos so tasty! You can choose to use beef or turkey, so they are a versatile option and a great way to use up left over meats.

The Best Paleo Appetizer Recipes

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Low Carb Mexican Chicken Soup

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Ingredients: chicken broth, cooked chicken, celery root, garlic powder, onion powder, ground cumin, green chilies, tomatillo salsa (salsa verde), habanero, scallions, cilantro.

We all know that a good homemade chicken soup can really give you that ‘feel good’ factor and this one is no different. It is warming, hearty and full of flavor. The chilis and habanero add a deep sense of heat, making this an ideal dish for a colder day.

Watermelon Gazpacho

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Ingredients: watermelon, watermelon rind, red onion, tomato, jalapeno pepper, basil, garlic, apple cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, fine sea salt, paprika, ground black peppercorns.

This is such an easy recipe to use, just blend all the ingredients together! Cold soup can be such a refreshing idea and the flavor can become even richer if you make it the day before and leave it in the fridge. The peppercorns give a subtle kick to this dish.

Asian-Glazed Pork Sides

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Ingredients: pork sides, coconut oil, sesame oil, coarse sea salt, coconut aminos, Paleo sweet chili sauce, bird’s eye chili peppers, ginger, coconut vinegar, green onions.

Many Paleo recipes are influenced by Asian cuisines because they use some amazing flavors. These pork sides look so appetizing that everyone will want to taste them. Sweet and sticky with a hint of chili heat, they make the perfect starter to a dinner party meal or a family get together. Even the younger members of the family will want to give these a try!

Tomato Basil Salad

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Ingredients: cherry or grape tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, olive oil, salt.

In this Paleo salad recipe we used cherry tomatoes, but feel free to experiment with some of the new varieties on the market today. Tomato and basil go together so well and the basil gives a wonderful taste and special fragrance to this dish.

Paleo Southwestern Red Pepper Soup

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Ingredients: red bell peppers, red onion, white button mushrooms, garlic, sweet potato, carrot, chicken stock, beef stock, coconut vinegar, ground cumin, fresh cilantro, green onions, coarse sea salt, black pepper, (optional) red pepper flakes, (optional) bacon strips or chicken.

The caramelized onion in this soup gives a hint of sweetness to an already delicious dish. You can add depth of flavor by adding the chicken or bacon but if you are vegetarian, simply omit these and use a good vegetable stock instead. If you like a bit of heat in this soup simply add more pepper flakes.

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

paleo buffalo chicken wings recipe

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Ingredients: chicken wings, coconut flour, cayenne pepper, black pepper, crushed red pepper flakes, paprika, garlic powder, salt, ghee, hot sauce.

Chicken wings are a favorite in just about every household, so why not try these paleo chicken wings? Once you coat the wings, place them back in the fridge for about 30 minutes to let the coating stick better. For an interesting twist, try using smoked paprika instead of the normal one – it adds an even better hit!

Asian Chicken Zoodle Salad

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Ingredients: chicken, zucchini, shredded cabbage, cucumber, cilantro, green onions, white vinegar or apple cider vinegar, avocado oil or olive oil, sesame oil, Sriracha sauce, sea salt, toasted sesame seeds.

The lack of traditional noodles in Paleo recipes often makes people feel deprived. But with options like zoodles, you still enjoy pasta…Paleo and naturally gluten-free style! This salad has the real flavor of sesame chicken, but with the advantage of being grain and gluten-free, so it is an ideal option if you have allergy problems or dietary needs. With the Sriracha sauce the chicken has an authentic flavor and packs a bit of a punch.

Lasagna Rolls (Vegan and Paleo)

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Ingredients: eggplant, zucchini, tomato sauce, cashew cheese (cashews, water, sea salt), ghee or coconut oil or sustainable palm oil, salt and pepper.

These rolls are delicious and make a perfect appetizer to a dinner party, especially if you have vegan guests. Sprinkling the zucchini and eggplant with salt helps to draw out the water, giving a better texture and allowing you to form rolls more easily. The tomato sauce adds extra flavor and is a great accompaniment.

Mango Salsa

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Ingredients: mangoes, tomatoes, bell pepper, cilantro, garlic, jalapeños, lime juice, lemon juice, salt.

The colors in this dish are so appealing! This salsa makes a perfect accompaniment to many meat dishes including burgers. The flavor of mango goes so well with citrus fruit such as lemon and lime and if you prefer not to have heat in your salsa, simply leave out the jalapeños.

Ginger Garlic Grilled Shrimp

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Ingredients: Tiger Prawns (15 count), salt, water, shallot, garlic, fresh ginger, avocado oil.

There is something special about enjoying large juicy shrimp – they always seem to taste a little decadent! The combination of ginger and garlic gives the shrimp a wonderful depth of flavor and serving this with a homemade cocktail sauce allows you to put your own stamp on this dish.

Paleo Artichoke Heart Salad Recipe

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Ingredients: avocado oil, white balsamic vinegar, coarse salt, coarse pepper, dried thyme, dried rosemary, dried basil, dried oregano, garlic, artichoke hearts, green olives, Kalamata olives, carrot, celery.

This salad only takes a few minutes to prepare but is ideal to serve with greens or on its own. The dressing is full of herbs making it full of flavor and this flavor improves if you can leave the salad to one side for a while. The olives and carrot add a lovely splash of color to this dish.

Paleo Coconut Seafood Soup Recipe

paleo coconut seafood soup recipe

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Ingredients: chicken stock, button mushrooms (or other mushrooms), kale, romaine lettuce, tilapia filets, shrimp/prawns, mussels, coconut cream, fish sauce, salt.

This is one of my favorite Paleo recipes. This is a warming, hearty and filling soup is ideal for a cold day. This is also a totally versatile recipe as you can substitute the veggies with others of your choice e.g. instead of button mushrooms, why not try shiitake instead? You can also use different seafood if you prefer, so if you are not keen on tilapia, just swap it out for another meaty fish.

Fish Ceviche

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Ingredients: cod (or halibut, red snapper, or another firm white fish), red onion, Serrano peppers, lime juice, lemon juice, sea salt, Sriracha hot chili sauce, cilantro, avocado.

Ceviche is an amazing concept where you marinade raw fish in citrus juice, usually lime, and it basically ‘cooks’ the fish without heat! This recipe works best with a firm fish such as cod or snapper, but any meaty fish works. The fish should be marinated for an hour then stirred around to ensure even coverage, and then marinated for 8 to 10 hours or preferably overnight and served in lettuce wraps.

Napa Cabbage Wrapped Shiitake Pork Rolls

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Ingredients: ground pork, shiitake mushroom caps, onion, garlic, carrot, napa cabbage, fresh or dry ginger, coconut aminos or tamari sauce, fish sauce, unrefined sea salt, ground black pepper, crushed red pepper, Thai sweet chili sauce.

These pork rolls are so simple to make and are totally delicious. To make the cabbage easier to use as a wrap simply steam the leaves for one minute, then drain in a colander or blot with kitchen paper. Once the rolls are ready, serve with a Thai sweet chili sauce and you have a magnificent appetizer.

Carrot Bacon Egg Muffins

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Ingredients: eggs, coconut cream, carrots, bacon bits, bacon fat for greasing.

An ideal recipe for an appetizer or even for breakfast, these egg muffins are full of flavor with the addition of the bacon bits. One different idea is to add grated zucchini with the carrot for an additional twist. If you have problems with egg muffins sticking to the tray, we suggest you try using a silicone muffin tray or unbleached muffin liners.

Mango Lime Chicken

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Ingredients: fat of choice, onion, chicken breast, mango chunks, lime juice, raisins, cumin, salt and pepper, cilantro.

Mango and lime is such an excellent combination that you are sure to enjoy this dish. It is an ideal way to use up leftover cooked chicken and it can be chopped or pulled into shreds if you prefer. If you are not too keen on cilantro then feel free to use another herb – basil tastes wonderful with mango!

Sweet Potato Bacon Bites

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Ingredients: sweet potato, bacon, cinnamon, coconut sugar.

This is a simple recipe to follow and the results are ideal for a starter or as a side dish. The cinnamon adds a depth of flavor to the sweet potato and makes a great combination with the bacon. This is an ideal dish for children and a good way to get them eating – and enjoying – sweet potato!

Raw Rainbow Roll

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Ingredients: tomato, avocado, cucumber, carrot, green cabbage, purple cabbage, sheets of nori (seaweed).

We don’t just eat with our mouth but also with our eyes, so if a dish looks good, it is more likely to taste good. The colors in these rainbow rolls are amazing! Don’t worry if you have never attempted to make sushi before or used nori to wrap this up. It is not difficult; it just takes a little bit of practice. Nori and other edible seaweeds are also remarkably high in protein.

Raw Garden Vegetable Soup

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Ingredients: cucumber, onion, fresh peppermint leaves, fresh parsley leaves, tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.

This soup recipe must be one of the easiest and quickest ever. No need to chop a load of veggies; simply place them all in a blender then chill and serve. If you don’t like onions, or have an intolerance to them, just leave them out. This soup has such a great fresh taste as the cucumber goes so well with the peppermint.

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Paleo Coconut Tuna Fish Cakes

Coconut Tuna Fish Cakes (Gluten-Free, Paleo)

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Ingredients: tuna (or salmon), fresh basil, jalapeno, eggs, coconut flour, coconut flakes, olive oil, salt, coconut oil.

Fish cakes have been a popular dish for many years as they are delicious but not too heavy as an appetizer. Once prepared, they can be stored in the fridge for a few days. Also, if you prefer, you can use salmon instead of tuna, as they are both meaty fish. Serve with a tomato relish or a sweet chili dip or simply with a green salad. It’s perfect for a healthy Paleo lunch.

Indian Spiced Parsnip Curly Fries

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Ingredients: parsnips, curry powder, cayenne pepper, ginger powder, cinnamon, sea salt, olive oil.

These Paleo curly fries only take a few minutes to prepare, especially if you use a spiralizer. The earthy flavor of the parsnips is lightened with the use of the Indian spices, and the results are amazing! Also ideal as a side, this could be a great way to ‘hide’ vegetables so your kids will eat them too.

Rosemary Lime Salmon Skewers

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Ingredients: salmon, zucchini, red onion, orange pepper, limes, olive oil, rosemary, salt and pepper.

Salmon is a really versatile and nutritious protein to use in Paleo recipes. And this recipe is a lovely way to serve salmon and is so quick and easy to prepare. The red onion has a natural sweetness once it is grilled and rosemary works so well with fish. Just remember – if you are using wooden skewers it is best to soak them first to avoid burning them.

Grilled Peaches and Prosciutto Salad

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Ingredients: spring lettuce mix of your choice, peach, prosciutto, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper.

The idea of peaches with ham just makes your mouth water! If you can find peach-flavored balsamic vinegar, this adds a special zing to the dish, but a good quality aged balsamic is perfectly fine. This is a light salad, ideal for summer and it can be tweaked to your own design by choosing your favorite salad leaves and maybe even trying it with white peaches instead of yellow.

Luigi Stuffed Mushrooms

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Ingredients: small portobello mushroom caps, red onion, carrots, celery stalks, ground meat, garlic, salt and pepper, dried (not ground) thyme, almond flour, eggs, fresh parsley.

Using Portobello mushrooms for this dish is ideal as they are meaty and so tasty. This dish uses ground meat and you can use your own favorites. If you or your guests do not like mushrooms then the stuffing mix can be formed into patties and cooked separately.

Super Easy Paleo Slow Cooker Taco Soup

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Ingredients: ground beef, carrots, red bell peppers, onions, garlic, fire-roasted diced tomatoes, taco seasoning.

This is a tasty and satisfying soup which is full of flavor. This is another recipe that is also so versatile – try using chicken instead of beef and changing the veggies. If you like heat, try adding some chipotle chili to spice things up.

Curried Chicken Salad

Paleo curried chicken salad recipe

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Ingredients: chicken breasts, onion, celery, cashews, raisins, mayo, curry powder, salt, lemon, coconut oil.

I’ve always loved curried chicken and so this is another one of my favorite Paleo recipes. This curried chicken can be served on its own or why not load it onto lettuce leaves, or wrap it in deli turkey? This recipe gives you mouthwatering creamy curried chicken to be enjoyed any time. As an alternative, you could also try using chopped dried apricot instead of raisins.

Crispy Bacon Avocado Devilled Eggs

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Ingredients: eggs, avocado, bacon, black pepper, cayenne pepper (optional), olive oil, lemon juice.

These eggs are so easy to prepare. They make a lovely appetizer to a dinner, or take them on a picnic. Bacon and eggs is such a classic combination that it is bound to taste good. If you like them spicy, just add a bit of cayenne pepper.

Stuffed Avocados with Cilantro Cream Sauce

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Ingredients: chicken tenders, avocados, extra virgin olive oil, chicken broth, garlic, full-fat coconut milk, cumin, chili powder, kosher salt, black pepper, cilantro, lime juice.

A lovely, creamy dish which makes an elegant appetizer for a dinner party. The pulled chicken goes so well with the avocado. To make things a bit easier, pull the chicken apart while it is still warm. The chili powder adds a bit of heat but you can always use a stronger one if you prefer.

Sweet Potato Meatloaf Cups

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Ingredients: sweet potato, melted butter or ghee, salt, Italian sausage, red bell pepper, white onion, egg, tomato sauce, homemade pesto, basil leaves, salt.

These little cups look so tasty! They make an ideal appetizer which has a real depth of flavor with the addition of the Italian sausage. Serve them with the tomato sauce and enjoy the rich flavor of tomato and basil together.

Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed With Cashew Cheese

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Ingredients: pitted dates, bacon, raw cashews, coconut oil.

Bacon wrapped dates have traditionally been used as party food for a long time, but these are healthier and dairy-free because you use the cashew cheese instead of dairy cheese. When cooking these in the oven, try to use a baking tray with sides as the fat from the bacon tends to run out. Like a lot of other fruits cooked in an oven, the dates tend to be super-hot, so allow to cool slightly before serving.

The Best Paleo Entree Recipes

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Paleo Chicken Entree Recipes

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Bigger Better Butter Chicken

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Ingredients: chicken breasts, lemon juice, garlic, Himalayan salt, garam masala, ghee, onion, garlic, fresh ginger, ras el hanout, Ceylon cinnamon, chipotle powder, ground white pepper, canned crushed tomatoes, water, date paste, full fat coconut milk, sunflower seed butter (or toasted almond butter), mushrooms, fresh spinach.

Butter chicken is a classic Indian recipe, much loved by many for years. This recipe gives a healthier but very tasty alternative. If you can marinade the chicken overnight that is great as it lets the chicken be so tender and juicy, but even a couple of hours is enough. The addition of the mushrooms makes this a delicious and hearty dish with a deep heat and a lovely creamy sauce.

Sriracha Lime Chicken Skillet

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Ingredients: chicken thighs, salt and pepper, extra virgin olive oil, lime juice, onion, Sriracha, cilantro.

This dish is spicy and satisfying, yet it has a freshness brought on by using lime. Using just one pot, this is such an easy meal to cook. The chicken thighs are full of fla

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