Summer is out and grilling is an easy go-to for lunch or dinner. Sometimes we live by simply grilling out as much as possible. This recipe adds a few fresh greens and cherries to the plate. Break out of the usual and change up the dish a bit to add more seasoning when it comes to grilling the chicken. Or add more vegetables to the salad. Simply have fun and enjoy this delicious and easy dish!
Prep your chicken breasts by rubbing Olive Oil or Coconut Oil on them. Add salt and pepper, lightly seasoning. Now we recommend adding other seasonings that you prefer, so get creative or spice up that chicken!
Be sure to have your grill going beforehand.
Cut the chicken into 1/4 inch thick slices. Put the chicken breasts on the grill. Typically 6 minutes for each side of the chicken to be done, although if you are unsure, cut open the chicken to see if it is fully cooked through.
Now beging to prepare the Vinaigrette. Combine all the ingreidents listed for the Vinaigrette. Be sure to stir the ingreidents together.
Tear up your green leaf lettuce, place on a plate. Add your chicken to the top of your lettuce and pour the Vinaigrette over the top of everything.
Cabbage rolls can offer a series of boosting proteins. This would be considered a hearty meal, or a main dish. However, this will help out on those days where the slow cooker is the only thing to turn to because of a long day. While this can make up to 6 servings, this could also be a meal prep dish since the cabbage rolls can go in the freezer. By the end of the week, you can bring out the rest and enjoy!
Take the stress out of your day and bring out the slow cooker! We all could use a little helping hand every now and then.
Trying to find a coffee substitute recipe? One that’s perfectly delicious and doesn’t have so many ingredients you’re not sure what you’re drinking anymore? This recipe can be put together fairly quickly and offers that boost you can get from coffee.
Also the cocoa can be more than the recipe calls for, this is all about taste when it comes to that morning hot beverage.
Lunchtime either means making a pit stop from work to catch something to eat, or you have a decent lunch hour. Preferably make this the day before since the cook time is around 30 minutes. A lovely chipotle chicken lettuce wrap that will rejuvenate and add a bit of spice to your lunch!
Heat your preferred oil (olive or coconut) in a frying pan and quickly place the chicken pieces in. Cook the chicken strips until golden.
Using the same frying pan, after the chicken is done. Add more oil and sautée the onion until soft.
Then add in tomatoes, brown sugar, cumin, and chipotle peppers to simmer for 15-20 minutes. Or until the tomato sauce begins to thicken.
Place the chicken back into the frying pan with everything. Cook for 5 minutes.
Take your lettuce, avocado, and remaining cherry tomatoes to start arranging an open lettuce wrap. Once the lettuce is placed on the plate, place the chicken chipotle mixture on the lettuce. Then place the avocado and tomatoes on top. With a spritz of lemon.
Brownies may be the one dessert everyone loves to a point. Now with an added kick of espresso and a sweet fruity touch with the added blueberries. What’s not to love? These brownies bring out a whole new meaning to energized, chocolate goodness and fresh.
Gather a few friends and family members that will want to make this recipe with you. Enjoy your time together and enjoy this healthy dessert!
Needing a protein boost in the morning, or looking to have well-rounded muffins that have everything in them? This little recipe will help fuel your body, mind, and soul for those days we really don’t want to get out of bed.
This recipe also allows for over ingredients to be placed within, like bell peppers or another kind of meat.
For those avocado lovers out there! This dish is not only easy to prep (with a maximum of 5 minutes) and a total of 10 minutes to make! With the added protein and the sweet yet, smooth taste of the avocado, you’ll be making this recipe more often than not.
How easy is it to make this traditional Sangria drink? Oh, so easy!
Red Sangria has been a drink served on vacations and summer travels for years. Sangria has a reputation for being one of the most delicious beverages. Funny enough Sangria is Paleo, at least this recipe happens to be!
Red Sangria Paleo Style!
Red Sangria will be the right touch of refreshing summer style drink you've been looking forward to having all year!
Even though these Cinnamon Maca Bites are in the dessert section of Paleo Living, these bites pack a punch. Since Keto has become interlaced with Paleo, these two various healthy avenues seem to compliment each other. By cutting out the sugar, you’ll receive a healthy dose of protein.
The Cinnamon Maca Bites are filled with nutrient-rich fats and protein. Meaning one bite could fill you up. Consider these little bundles of joy to help boost your day. Every now and then, especially during the holidays, we need a pick me up snack. Instead of reaching for chips, reach for a bite!
Imagine these Cinnamon Maca Bites would be great with a cup of green tea! Another added note, this is a Ketogenic, sugar-free recipe!
By the way, this mini recipe can jumpstart the Ketosis diet!
What’re the Christmas holidays without some Apple Cider? This age-old hot beverage has been used throughout time to warm the mind, body, and soul. This quick Paleo recipe allows anyone that’s looking to keep it a little healthy around the holidays. Or if someone just wants to add a little spice to their table.
A Peppermint Mocha on a chilly Winter day sounds completely divine! Now after all the cooking and baking for the holidays is coming to an end. Being able to make one of your favorite hot beverages is ideal and refreshing. Give this recipe a try and even add some spices to dress up this Peppermint Mocha. Try and relax a little with this heavenly creation.
While this group of Pumpkin Seed Vanilla Clusters may not look like much, they do serve a vital purpose. While searching out various seeds that were high in Zinc (the one vitamin that is required throughout this flu season) to ensure a healthy and happy home, pumpkin seeds were at the top of that list. Pumpkin Seeds can not only provide a high zinc count but also pumpkin is on the Paleo-approved list!
These clusters can be enjoyed on cereal or as a healthy snack for anyone on the go! This is a great alternative to simply grabbing a pre-packaged food, these clusters will help revitalize you!
Bring your oven to a preheated temp. of 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
In a bowl combine the vanilla extract, maple syrup and coconut sugar. Stir until the three create a thick paste. Afterwards add a small amount of boiling water to thin out the paste, until it looks like a runny syrup.
Dump in the pumpkin seeds and stir until each one is covered.
Get out a backing sheet and place down parchment paper.
Then like you would with cookie dough, take about a teaspoon full of coated pumpkin seeds and dallop them onto a baking sheet. Repeat until all the pumpkin seeds are grouped together in little sections.
Bake for 15-20 minutes. Do not let the seeds burn, so check on them constently after the 10 minute mark. Allow the seeds to turn a golden brown hue.
Take out the baking sheet, allow the clusters to cool down. You can press together the clusters so they form a ball. However, the clusters will cool off quickly.
Did you know including beets in your diet while pregnant can help prevent birth defects.Or that beets have a high amount of B vitamins essential to your overall health. Luckily this root vegetable targets the pancreas, nerve function, kidneys, muscle movement, liver, and bone health. So for towards sweet reward, Beet & Caramelized Onion Soup has a savory yet intense flavor ready for any seasonal illness!