Thanksgiving is right around the corner!!
I can’t wait! It’s my all-time favorite holiday…I love the fall, being with family and of course…the FOOD!!
For many folks the holidays are a time when they throw healthy eating out the window and binge on sweets and unhealthy food. And…typically feel like crap after it’s all said and done.
Well..I am here to tell you can still eat healthy during the holidays AND experience delicious food, WITHOUT feeling awful and realizing you’ve gained an extra 10 pounds going into the New Year. Keep Reading…
Thanksgiving is next week! I can’t believe it… it totally snuck up on me.
I am excited though because the food is always so amazing!
We are hosting Thanksgiving again this year and we will be cooking for 7!
I am sitting here getting our “paleo-friendly” Thanksgiving menu prepared and thought I would compile a ton of great recipes on our Paleo Secret Pinterest page for everyone to enjoy and to make meal planning easy.
Our Paleo Secret Pinterest page is awesome if you haven’t checked it out.
It has become my personal “recipe book” and has many of our own Paleo Secret recipes and many other good ones from other awesome recipe sites.
Go to the link below to find all the “paleo-friendly” recipes you will need for entertaining this holiday season.
You can still eat food that is great for your body AND tastes good during the holidays!
Feel free to comment on your favorite holiday paleo recipes for everyone to share.
Here we are again rapidly approaching my personal favorite holiday, Thanksgiving!
Beyond taking time out to rest and relax with friends and family, the amazing food is clearly the big draw here.
Last year we covered a lot of ground with Thanksgiving recipes, which you can find here.
Last night I got a rare craving for sweets, and figured if we were going to make something it may as well be Thanksgiving themed, something everyone could easily make for their family next week.
The result was incredible, and you MUST try this! Keep Reading…
The key to making it nice and moist is to try bringing the turkey.
We are having 2 Thanksgivings this year! We had one last weekend with my folks and cooked up a nice, juicy bird that we got from a local farm (Smith & Smith Farm). It was delicious!
Cranberry relish is always a staple at our Thanksgiving table. Many of the traditional recipes out there are loaded with sugar. This recipe is easy on the sweetness and very simple to make.
You can add to it to include your favorite flavors and adjust it for how many people you need to feed. It’s best to make this multiple days in advance because as it sits all the flavors mix together and it tastes best days later. So… make this easy dish early and mark it off your Thanksgiving cooking “to do” list. Keep Reading…
We were pleasantly surprised with this “paleo” stuffing… a nice alternative to traditional stuffing.
It’s actually quite delicious and makes for a great leftover breakfast. I think we will start making this more often… even after the holidays have come and gone! Keep Reading…
Mashed potatoes is a traditional Thanksgiving menu item. Try substituting with these “taters” made from cauliflower.
What’s a Thanksgiving meal without sweet potatoes! Here is a delicious way to make sweet potatoes.
We love the texture and the crunch of the macadamia nuts! Keep Reading…