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Shredded Chicken with Red Sauce over Spaghetti Squash

If I’m being totally honest here, I got the idea to add butter to my sauce from watching the Showtime show Episodes with Matt LeBlanc. His character makes his red sauce with butter, and I thought that probably tastes amazing and since grass-fed butter is great for your health, I gave it a try. This recipe is extremely easy to make and requires virtually no skill. Most of my recipes are easy like that because I am not a natural-born…

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Mustard Herb Beef

So, it’s getting really cold outside now, which I hate. I can’t deal with the winter. I would really love to move to the west coast, like San Diego, California. That would be awesome. Anyway, when the weather gets colder I tend to make a lot more crockpot meals. Before I was paleo, I used to go out to Japanese hibatchi restaurants and get beef with the mustard dipping sauce. Since then, I like to eat mustard with beef. I…

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Shaved Brussels Sprouts

This is a great side dish to serve for Thanksgiving dinner! This dish goes very well with turkey & potatoes. The bacon fat gives it the perfect flavor. This is a comforting dish that is super delicious & healthy! Look for packs of shaved brussels sprouts; if you cannot find this you can chop up brussels sprouts in the food processor. This dish can be made in less than 20 minutes and is strict paleo as well. I am serving…

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Review: Shrimp Scampi with Creamy Garlic Fettuccine

This recipe took me about an hour from start to finish. It was definitely an easy and stress-free meal. I bought zucchini that was already made into noodles in a store by me, so that made it even simpler. This meal is strict paleo and was definitely enjoyable for me and my family. I personally don’t think this would go over great with non-paleo guests, as they would probably prefer it be served with wheat noodles, but I didn’t try…

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Review: Salmon with Creamy Tzatziki Sauce & Dill Carrots

  This recipe took me about an hour and a half from start to finish, including chopping veggies. If you chop your veggies ahead of time, it will cut down on the time. This recipe is easy to follow and make. It’s a simple but delicious dinner. The tzatziki sauce tastes shockingly like the real thing. This meal is definitely strict paleo and sugar-free. I think it would go over well with non-paleo guests, especially if you added some type…

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Review: Four-Layer Beef & Bacon Casserole

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…

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Baked Halibut

    This is one of the easiest recipes ever. When I get home from work I’m pretty much always feeling lazy and just wanting to get dinner over with so I can relax before bed. Due to my desire to relax, I aim to create very simple recipes. Sometimes I do choose to make some more complicated dishes because of cravings, and let’s face it: most of the time the more complicated dishes are the most satisfying. However, sometimes…

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Beef and Veggie Bowls

    I bought pre-cut asparagus, mushrooms, and kale, so that made this recipe even easier and faster for me. This meal takes about 40 minutes from start to finish. This is a simple meal, that tastes good and is satisfying. It is strict paleo and good for busy nights.   Ingredients: 1-2 tbsp bacon fat 1 lb grass fed ground beef 5 pieces asparagus, chopped 5 sliced mushrooms 3-4 cups chopped kale 2 minced garlic cloves 1 tsp onion…

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Steak Teriyaki & Pepper Rolls

  This recipe was inspired by PaleOMG’s Marinated Steak and Bell Pepper Roll Ups. My sister brought home Coconut Secret Teriyaki Sauce and I was beyond excited to try it because I love Asian food, and I love making paleo versions that don’t make me feel like dying after. I also found grass-fed sandwich steaks at Fairway, so that made me even more excited for this recipe because it was less work to do. This recipe is pretty simple and…

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Chipotle Cilantro Lime Shredded Chicken

  This recipe is very easy to make, the only work you have to do is chopping the onions. This dish can be eaten on its own or put inside of a coconut or lettuce wrap! I put hot sauce on mine as well since I love hot sauce, so if you’re a fan I definitely suggest doing that. This is a very convenient meal too since you throw it all in the crockpot in the morning and it will…

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Hey you! My name is Jill and I'm a Nutritional Therapy Consultant. Since discovering paleo back in 2012, nutrition/wellness/fitness have become my passions. I used to be a cigarette smoker, fast food eater, and completely sedentary party girl. So, trust me, I've been there. I get it. I know change is hard. That's what I'm here for- to help you change your lifestyle & feel the best you possibly can!
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