This paleo beef and cabbage bowl recipe is perfect for an easy weeknight dinner. It doesn’t take long to make, and you can customize bowls for everyone!
Need a great party salsa besides the typical tomato type? This corn jalapeno bacon salsa/dip is just the thing! Just a few minutes and a few ingredients, and you’re on your way to Yum-Town.
Make this super-simple chicken teriyaki bowl recipe! It’s so quick, and doesn’t have a million ingredients. Perfect for those nights when you need something delicious, like 10 minutes ago.
This instant pot beef stew recipe is thick and warming, full of veggies, and fall-apart tender grass-fed beef With just a little kick of heat to keep things interesting.
This easy garlic lemon shrimp with pasta is a fantastic easy weeknight meal to keep in your menu planning rotation. I promise it’ll be a hit!
My husband pulled me aside after dinner & said “THANK YOU for remembering this bacon-wrapped jalapeÃ±o popper chicken recipe. I’d forgotten & it is SO GOOD.”
Want a comforting soup for a cool day? Try this creamy blended cauliflower chowder recipe. This one happens to be grain-free and dairy-free (paleo!) but you can stir in some cheese if you’d like.
Zuppa Toscana Crockpot Recipe While in one of my pinning frenzies, I came across this recipe for (Olive Garden copycat) Zuppa Toscana in a crock pot. It looked darned good to me, and also like something that I could double without much effort, AND freeze successfully. I wasn’t 100% sure about freezing it because of
Chicken pot pie is one of those foods I’ve always loved. It’s warm and creamy, there’s just the right amount of chicken, lots of vegetables, and a perfect crust to include a bit of in every bite, like a biscuity condiment. But I haven’t made it in ages, because my “go-to” recipe involved canned “Cream
Cooking for myself and a toddler (while my husband is deployed) is SO different than cooking for all 3 of us. Especially since my husband takes leftovers to work for lunch. So I’ve been focusing on trying to make 3 categories of dinners for Anneliese and myself, to avoid eating the same leftovers for a
Fettuccine schmettuccine. Who needs pasta? Not me! Even before I “found Primal” over 3 years ago, when I was a HARDCORE PASTA LOVER, something funny happened. I’d make a “pasta thing” which would have noodles of some sort, sauce, veggies, and sometimes a meat. Then I’d try to get more of the “good stuff” (i.e.,
I really didn’t know what to call this. But it’s delicious. Tuna steaks simply grilled and topped with a colorful veggie-olive medley. We ate it with Grain-Free Baked Zucchini Rounds. I really think this would be great for pork or chicken too, if you’d prefer. Print Servings: 4 Author: Joyful Abode Ingredients Pepper-Olives Medley 2