Review: Four-Layer Beef & Bacon Casserole

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This recipe is very easy to follow, however it did take me about two and a half hours from start to finish. This is not something to make during the busy work week, but would be ideal for comfort food on the weekend. It was very delicious; you can never go wrong with bacon. Beef and bacon are two of my favorites, so I really enjoyed this meal. This meal would qualify as strict paleo and guilt-free.  I think non-paleo guests would enjoy this dish as well. If you have time, like on a weekend, I would highly recommend making this recipe!


Easy- ***
Fast- **
Spicy- no


The Paleo Kitchen Cookbook- Four-Layer Beef & Bacon CasseroleCopyright 2016 Jill Mac Nutrition. Email:

Maple Dijon Pork Roast

maple dijon pork roast

This recipe is super easy and great for chilly fall and winter nights. It’s very convenient for making before you head off for work since there is no chopping involved, just mix the marinade together, pour it on the pork and you’re good to go! It has great flavor and is perfect for those who are just starting to cook. There really is no skill involved. I’m a big fan of lazy meals like this. It doesn’t take up too much of your time in the morning and it’s ready for you when you get home from work. It has a great flavor that goes well with the pork. It’s strict paleo and would go over well with your non-paleo guests.


Easy- *****
Fast- * (*****) cooks in crockpot 8-10 hours, actually putting it together to make takes about 5 minutes
Spicy- no



1.5-2.5 lb pork roast
1/4 cup dijon mustard
2 tbsp maple syrup
1 tbsp Kasandrinos EVOO
1 tsp rosemary
1/4 tsp garlic powder
salt & pepper, to taste


1. Mix everything (except pork) together in a bowl
2. Put pork in crockpot
3. Pour mixture on top of pork
4. Cook on low 8-10 hoursCopyright 2016 Jill Mac Nutrition. Email: