30 Minute Paleo Meals eBook Review and Bonus Cuban Burger with Plantain Fries Recipe
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Over four years ago we made the switch from pre-packaged convenience foods to a real food paleo lifestyle. We were already a family of five at the time and had to learn how to successfully prep and make real wholesome meals that appealed to all the little mouths we were feeding. It definitely took some time and I completely understand everyone's struggles when they are starting out. I found the meals that took around 30 minutes most manageable (in order to fit in homework, bath time and story time during the week) so I'm super excited to let you know about Real Simple Good's 30 Minute Paleo Meals Cookbook and even more excited to share their Cuban Burger with Plantain Fries recipe!
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Who doesn't love a one pan meal with all the ingredients infused in the one pan and less washing?! Our current family favourite meal is this one pan roast chicken with sweet potatoes, baby carrots & radish. I've been using my Staub griddle in the oven for our one pan dinners (and in the mornings for my 12 yo's post swim breakfast of steak & asparagus), it's been one of the best kitchen investments I've made and our one pan roast chicken comes out perfect!
|One Pan Roast Chicken - pictured here is a young chicken known as Poussin or Coquelet|
Sunday, 30 October 2016
One thing we always seem to have at home (and even more so now living in hot and humid Vietnam) are over-ripe bananas. They're a bit like avocados, one day they're just right to eat, then the next they have all these black spots on them! Once they are at this stage they either get baked (like my Chocolate Banana Bread recipe) or peeled and frozen for nana ice cream or smoothies. The bananas with black spots are approved on the full GAPS diet so my 8yo is overjoyed with his delicious Nana Ice Cream treats (sometimes for breakfast too :)
|Nana Ice Cream With Gut Healing Collagen and Slippery Elm - GAPS, Paleo|
Sunday, 16 October 2016
I recently learnt how to make this simple braised Vietnamese meatball dish and it's become a family favourite, especially for my 8 yo who started on the full GAPS diet a couple of months ago. It's so quick and easy to make (as well as cheap!). Served with steamed vegetables to dip in the meatball liquid, or over some cauliflower rice (or rice if you can), you need to put this on your monthly dinner rotation!
|Braised Vietnamese Meatballs (Paleo, GAPS, AIP Friendly)|