All Paleo Recipes

Honey Sesame Chicken Noodles

Honey Sesame Chicken Noodles

To say I like my vegetable Spiralizer would be an understatement. I LOVE my vegetable Spiralizer!! It's an amazing, inexpensive kitchen tool that's easy to use and, most importantly, easy to clean (unlike you Mr Juicer hiding in the back of the...

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Italian Meatballs

Italian Meatballs

It took me ages to decide what to name this dish…..just kidding! These bad boys contain tomatoes, basil and Balsamic vinegar, call me predictable but I think it was pretty obvious where we were going here.  These are a pretty stock standard...

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Caramel Slice

Caramel Slice

Caramel slice is one of those treats from your childhood. So sickly sweet from the condensed milk and loaded with sugar. It was always part of any good birthday party spread. I wouldn't dream of eating that version nowadays, so I decided to try my...

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Lime Pie Squares

Lime Pie Squares

So over a herbal tea (wine) I had an intellectual meeting of minds (rambling pointless conversation) with a couple of deep thinkers (my wine-drinking baes) about politics (our favourite smells). Limes made the top 5 of things I like the smell of....

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Chocolate Pots

Chocolate Pots

Looking for something super straight forward and simple for a mid-week dessert or a relaxed dinner party? I've got your back. You can jazz these babies up to make them look all pretty and special (a.k.a. like you've spent loads of time on them)....

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Mango Sauce

Mango Sauce

Oh hell no mayo! Back it up ketchup! None of that store bought crap around here. There's just no need when it takes literally minutes to knock together tasty sauces that have none of that added garbage in them. Take your taste buds on a tropical...

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Lemon & Pistachio Macaroons

Lemon & Pistachio Macaroons

I've got a lover-ly bunch of coconuts...well at least I used to until Crossfit stole them. But that's another story. I do like coconut though. And seeing as coconut is the main ingredient in macaroons, well I like those too. What?? You're buying...

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Dukkah

Dukkah

Do you even dukkah? If you don't you should start. This crumbly Egyptian spice mix is like fairy dust, you'll want to sprinkle that shizzle everywhere. Add to soups, salads, or dressings. Mix it through zoodles. Roast it on your veggies. Spice up...

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Lebanese Tahina Fish (Samke Harra)

Lebanese Tahina Fish (Samke Harra)

Let's be honest, plain white fish is just a bit, well, beige. I'm guessing though, if you're reading this, you're not here for my charm and good looks and you're expecting a solution for this beigeness. Well, ta-da! I present you with my version of...

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Muhammara

Muhammara

So you think hummus is the only awesome Middle Eastern dip in town? Think again. Hummus, you've had your day in the sun, it's time to let your other mezze-licious mates have some love.  And I sure do love me some Muhammara. This stuff is cracking...

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Muesli

Muesli

I love breakfast. Especially a nice leisurely weekend breakfast. I judge hotels on their breakfast. I'm also quite partial to breakfast for dinner if the mood takes me. If someone says they don't eat breakfast, I give them the look. You know the...

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