Recipe for paleo coconut pancakes

Recipe for paleo coconut pancakes

Just because you’re eating paleo doesn’t mean you have to give up pancakes. These coconut pancakes are yummy, filling and full of goodness. Top up with mashed berries and drench in coconut cream – what a treat!   Recipe: Makes two large pancakes. Ingredients: 1/4 cup coconut flour 3 omega-3 enriched eggs 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon organic maple syrup 1 teaspoon cocoa butter (optional) pinch of salt coconut oil frozen berries coconut cream   Instructions: Whisk eggs in a bowl, mix in coconut flour, baking powder, maple syrup, cocoa butter, and salt. Mix well. Mash berries (in this case frozen organic raspberries) in a bowl with a drop of hot water. Melt coconut oil on a pan. Divide pancake paste into two and form a flat, even pancake onto the pan. Cook for 2 minutes each side. Transfer cooked pancake onto a plate, scoop a generous serving of berries on top and pour coconut cream on the side.   Recipe adapted from Nom Nom Paleo....
Recipe for Paleo ‘Sandwiches’

Recipe for Paleo ‘Sandwiches’

I’m sure many of you paleo people out there have encountered the same thing: when discussing food, the first reaction from everyone is ‘But what about bread? I don’t know what I’d do without bread…‘ or ‘What do you have for lunch if you can’t have sandwiches?‘ Well, who needs bread when you can have paleo ‘sandwiches’? Here’s how: just wrap a slice of cold meat around all the goodies you’d normally stuff in a sandwich, and then wrap the package in a lettuce leaf or two and voila! Not only is this ridiculously delicious, it’s so guilt free and healthy that you can eat as many as you like! Recipe: Ingredients: lettuce leafs, preferably large ones thin slices of cut meat, preferably long ones avocado tomato cucumber red onion salt & pepper to season   Instructions: Prepare ingredients by washing and drying lettuce, tomato and cucumber well & slicing tomato, cucumber and red onion thinly. Lay a slice of chosen cold meat on a cutting board. Smear avocado in a line along the short end of the meat (as if you were filling a fajita or sushi). Lay all fillings evenly on the avocado and season with salt and pepper. Roll the slice of meat neatly around the fillings, and wrap a lettuce leaf around the fillings roll. Serve with your favourite paleo sides, for example raw carrot batons and sliced apple like in the picture.  ...
Red cabbage recipe

Red cabbage recipe

Need a perfect side to go with a beautiful free-range pork chop? This cooked red cabbage is another of our comfort food favourites. Recipe: Ingredients: 1/2 red cabbage, cored and sliced fine 2 green apples, peeled, cored and grated 1 onion, sliced thin 3 tbsp olive oil 1/2 cup organic vegetable stock 2 bay leaves 1 tbsp Cherry Vinegar salt & pepper to taste   Instructions: Heat olive oil in a pan and sauté onions for 5 minutes. Add in cabbage, vegetable stock, bay leaves, cherry vinegar, salt and pepper; stir well and bring to boil. Cover with a lid and turn down heat. Let cook for 20 minutes. Add in apple, stir well and cover to let cook for further 5 minutes. Serve with pork chops and carrots.   Recipe adapted from Nom Nom Paleo....
Recipe for savoury egg muffins

Recipe for savoury egg muffins

These savoury egg muffins were a hit in the breakfast table – I thought I made enough for two meals, but the man ate them all at once! Not only are they quick and easy to make, they’re a great way of using the last leftovers of whatever meat you happen to have in the house! Recipe: Makes ~8 muffins.   Ingredients: 4 eggs 1/3 cup of any meat, cut small 1/2 onion 1 tomato salt, pepper and white pepper to taste   Instructions: Pre-heat oven to 180c. Cut meat, onion and tomato fine and cook and season on the pan. Divide into silicon muffin liners, filling them about 1/4-1/3 way up. Whisk 4 eggs quickly. Transfer into muffin liners, filling them 3/4 full. Bake for 15 minutes and serve with fresh avocado, tomato and carrot batons!...
Recipe for paleo breakfast muffins

Recipe for paleo breakfast muffins

For those mornings when you feel like swapping bacon and eggs for something sweeter, these paleo breakfast muffins are a great alternative. Recipe: Makes approx. 6 medium size muffins – Approx. 6.2g protein/muffin   Ingredients: 1 banana, peeled and mashed 1 apple, peeled, cored and grated 2 omega enriched organic eggs 1 tbsp chia seeds 1 cup almond meal 30 ml flax-seed oil 40 ml water 1/4 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 tsp cinnamon   Instructions: Preheat oven to 175C (350F) Mash a banana on the bottom of a bowl. Add all other ingredients and mix by hand. The batter shouldn’t be thick, more like cake batter. Transfer into muffin tray/cups. Only fill 3/4 full. Bake for 15-19 mins, or until you can insert a toothpick into the middle and it comes out clean. Enjoy!  ...
Comfort food recipe: cauliflower mash

Comfort food recipe: cauliflower mash

Just because you’ve decided to go paleo doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy comfort food on a cold winter night! Instead of potato mash, why not trying to make some delicious cauliflower mash to ramp up the comforting level of your usual steak and salad? Recipe: Ingredients: 1/2 cauliflower, cut up and steamed very soft 1 tbsp olive oil/lard/etc salt white pepper 3-4 cloves of garlic, very finely minced   Instructions: Wash and cut cauliflower into florets and steam until soft. Don’t worry about over-steaming the cauliflower as plenty of moisture is going to make the mashing easier and the end result creamier. Once steamed, measure in other ingredients and mash until smooth and creamy. Serve with pretty much anything – delicious, healthy and so very comforting on a cold winter night! Tip: Cauliflower also works as a rice alternative for curries.  Steam until al-dente. Don’t add any additional ingredients and instead of mashing into a creamy mash, just use a fork to achieve a rougher texture.  ...
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