Easy Paleo Recipe Roundup: SNOW DAY Edition

Buffalo has had a blizzard warning since a day or two ago. I didn’t want to miss a whole day at work, so I worked two and a half hours instead. Does that make sense? Probably not. Don’t judge me.

I decided to use this time at home to catch up with the recipes I haven’t posted yet. Those will come later today. Right now, I have some healthy inspiration for you. The last one is the fan favorite:

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(Almost) PALEO. For this simple breakfast, I used nitrate-free bacon, frozen potatoes, green bell pepper, onion, and an egg. I cut the bacon into small pieces and cooked in a frying pan. I drained all but a small amount of the bacon fat, which I used to cook the hash browns in. I added the onions and peppers until they were cooked through and soft. I added the bacon and topped with an egg. EASY.

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PALEO. The easiest appetizer to make. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Remove the stem and seeds from the mini pepper. Stuff with a cherry tomato (my peppers could only fit half of a tomato) and wrap with a 1/2 piece of bacon. I used a lined baking dish with a rack on top so the fat could drip off of the bacon. Bake them for about 30 minutes or until the bacon is browned and cooked through. EASY.

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PALEO. Is it weird that I used the word “flexible”? I feel like that word is really important to gluten-free people. These wraps bend and don’t crack when you fold them! These wraps are AMAZING. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a food processor, blend: 3 plantains, 1/3 cup eggs whites, 3 tablespoons of melted coconut oil, and a dash of salt, until smooth. On a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, spoon batter in a circle shape and swirl with the back of your spoon until thin (and the size of a tortilla). Bake for about 15 minutes or browned on the edges. Makes 4 tortillas. EASY.

Let cool and fill with whatever the eff you want! I love spreading peanut butter on them if I’m leaving the house in a hurry! I have also used these for steak tacos. The combination was surprisingly great!

I hope these recipes have sparked your own creativity and inspire you to make something AWESOME and healthy! Please let me know what you think!

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