This gluten free fruit cake is a great addition to a Christmas dessert table. It’s perfect for dessert at holiday parties and potlucks, yet I think it’s nutritious enough to eat for breakfast or as a snack.
Soup season is in full swing and this paleo butternut squash soup is really hitting the spot. It’s spiced with fresh ginger and garlic and has plenty of dairy free creaminess from the coconut milk in this recipe. In addition to being paleo diet friendly, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan, this silky smooth soup is also oil free and refined sugar free.
This vegan cream of cauliflower soup is perfect when you’re craving a rich, creamy, and velvety plant-based soup, especially now that the evenings are getting a bit chillier. And it’s that time of year when a warm bowl of soup is starting to sound more appealing.
These paleo pumpkin muffins are spiced just right with a well-balanced blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, ginger, and cloves. This particular spice combination just screams fall (I dare you to eat one of these muffins while wearing a hand-knit woolen scarf, with orange fallen leaves crunching underfoot).
I’ve been craving fall flavours lately, hence these paleo apple muffins. They’re spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla and are heavy on the apples (as any good apple muffin should be, in my opinion).
This vegan green goddess dressing really is aptly named (it’s very green and tastes like food of the gods). It’s deliciously herbaceous from the fresh basil, tarragon, parsley and chives.
This baby kale salad with sweet balsamic vinaigrette is an easy and delicious way to get your greens in. It’s perfect for entertaining or as a side salad on a busy weeknight, since it’s so quick and easy to throw together.
These grain free banana muffins taste like such a treat, you’d never guess how nutritious they actually are. In addition to being paleo diet friendly, these muffins are gluten free, dairy free, grain free and refined sugar free.