Category Archives: Paleo Recipes

Paleo recipes made with nutritious gluten-free, dairy-free ingredients.

Caramelized Almonds

A bowl of candied almonds.

These caramelized almonds have the perfect balance of sweet and salty flavours. They’re spiced with cinnamon and cloves and have a satisfying crunchy texture. These nutritious candied almonds are gluten-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free. Serve them as party nibbles or on the go snacks. Main ingredients and substitutions It’s best to use raw, unsalted almonds

Coconut Flour Loaf Cake

Slices of loaf cake on a white plate.

This coconut flour loaf cake is sweet, fragrant, rich, and flavourful. It’s nutritious enough to enjoy for breakfast or a snack, yet sweet enough to satisfy a dessert craving. This gluten-free, paleo diet-friendly cake is filling, nutrient-rich, and perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.  Main ingredients and substitutions  Freshly grated orange zest adds

Paleo Baked Donuts (with Coconut Flour)

Donuts stacked on a plate.

These chocolate glazed paleo baked donuts are made with coconut flour. They’re intensely chocolaty, with a satisfying cake-like texture. They’re easy to make and perfect when you’re craving a nutritious treat. Unlike traditional donuts, these ones aren’t fried. Instead they’re baked in the oven using a nonstick donut pan. In addition to being paleo diet

Edible Brownie Batter

Chopped walnuts sprinkled over a dish of brownie batter.

This edible brownie batter is thick, gooey, intensely chocolaty, and so delicious. This treat is so easy to make and will satisfy any chocolate craving. It also happens to be vegan, gluten-free, and paleo diet friendly. This recipe is perfect for picky kids because it tastes like such a treat but it’s made from relatively

Coconut Flour Crepes (Paleo, Gluten-Free, & Grain-Free)

Three crepes displayed on a white plate.

These coconut flour crepes are just as delicious as traditional crepes, but these ones are paleo diet friendly, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Serve them with sweet fillings for breakfast, brunch, or dessert. Or stuff them with your favourite savoury fillings for dinner or lunch. Main ingredients These paleo crepes are made with coconut flour. Coconut flour

Paleo Pumpkin Cookies (Gluten-Free & Vegan)

Six pumpkin cookies displayed on a plate.

These soft and chewy paleo pumpkin cookies are a nutritious treat for fall or whenever you’re craving pumpkin spice. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, oil-free, and vegan. Main Ingredients I used canned pureed pumpkin in this recipe (be sure to use unsweetened purée as opposed to canned pumpkin pie filling). You can substitute homemade pureed cooked pumpkin

Caramelized Mushrooms

Sauteed mushrooms on a plate against a white tile background.

Perfectly caramelized mushrooms require you to spend a bit of time at the stove, but the delicious and deeply flavourful results are 100% worth the effort. These golden brown sauteed mushrooms have slightly crispy edges and a satisfying, meaty texture. They’re vegan, paleo diet friendly, and gluten-free. How to make these caramelized mushrooms There a

Stovetop Candied Pecans with Cayenne and Maple Syrup

A glass dish filled with pecans.

These stovetop candied pecans are an easy and tasty snack for special occasions. They’re the perfect nibbles for Christmas, Thanksgiving, or New Year’s Eve. This candied pecans recipe can be prepared in advance and makes a great addition to a cheese board. These spiced pecans have the right balance of sweet, savoury, salty, and spicy

Paleo Banana Pancakes (Made with Coconut Flour)

Three pancakes stacked on a white plate.

These paleo banana pancakes turned out sweet, thick, fluffy, and delicious. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, and perfect for breakfast or brunch served with maple syrup. Or add a handful of fresh berries, a drizzle of almond butter, or some dark chocolate chips to these paleo coconut flour pancakes. Main ingredients These pancakes call for two large

Coconut Flour Chocolate Mug Cake

Cake in a mug with raspberries on top.

This coconut flour chocolate mug cake is made in the microwave. It’s a quick and easy paleo diet-friendly dessert recipe for one. It’s also gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free. It’s tasty eaten warm (but better let it cool for a couple of minutes before digging in after the microwave beeps). Main Ingredients This microwaveable mug