This recipe came about because a few friends are allergic to tomatoes and at times the gluten that can be in pasta sauces. Which can lead them to need to sitting out from the dinner course and ordering something else?
This recipe will include the organic canned beets and organic canned carrots since it can take some time to cut and peel these vegetables.
This sauce can be used for pizza’s, pasta dishes, or even for dipping! Now, this sauce will taste a bit different because there are no tomatoes in this recipe whatsoever. That being the case, you can experiment with various Italian seasonings to bring out a heavier taste.
Grab a saucepan or a cooking pot if you are doubling the recipe. Also, grab your blender.
Open the can of beets and place in the blender. Blend until smooth. Add in 1 can of carrots and blend together. Pour some of the mixture into the saucepan and add the other can of carrots to blend until smooth.
Pour in the rest of the beet/carrot mixture into the saucepan. Set to medium heat. Allso the sauce to come to a slight boil. Then turn down the heat to a low-medium, place a cover over the top. Allow the sauce to cook for 15 minutes.
Then juice your small lemon and add the juice to the sauce. Stir. Allow to cook for 10 minutes.
Then add the italian herb. Mix together. Now adding the italian herb is about what you like in seasonal taste. So add a full Tablespoon and go from there.
Allow to cook for another 20 minutes. Sometimes you can allow this to simmer for 30 minutes to truly incorporate the ingreidents.
Tuna is always an easy and healthy choice for a Paleo-on-the-go snack or meal. The problem with tuna is the fact that I love mayo with it! I try to have Paleo Mayo ready for the week, but sometimes the Paleo mayo making does not happen. This “Tuna Salad” is what I try instead. I love the creamy avocado with the tuna.
This recipe is for a Paleo Sweet Potato Bread that could fit into anytime of year. However, this time of year, I love pumpkin lattes, pumpkin bread, and everything that has to do with “Pumpkin Spice”. Many of my favorite fall recipes can be “paleoized” into recipes that use ingredients that are high in nutrients, rather than the empty carbs of traditional bread recipes.
Sweet Potatoes are a great source of many vitamins and minerals and make a great base for muffins, bread, and other dessert or snack treats.
This recipe is super easy, and tastes great!
Almost all of the ingredients are stocked ingredients in the Paleo Pantry including coconut milk, coconut flour, maple syrup and dark chocolate.