Blueberry Banana Muffin
Blueberries fill every bite of these moist and tasty muffins. Besides being a clear winning favourite with adults and kids alike, the bonus is that they offer another option for school lunches (nut-free!).
Primal Crunch Granola
Granola is one of those foods that is marketed as healthy, but nothing could be further from the truth. Many are made with added sugar, unhealthy fats and other questionable ingredients (uh hum..grains, oats). By making your own version chock full of satiating protein and fat, you'll be sure to avert that 3pm slump.
Make a big batch at the beginning of the week and dole it out into individual serving sizes. Ziploc baggies of granola can be easily tossed into your bag for out-of-town travel or simply when you’re on-the-go for daily meetings. Ditch the commercial varieties and reach for this instead, whenever you're in need of a healthy, homemade snack.
Fruit Roll Ups
Grow up on fruit roll ups? Want a healthier alternative to this mostly sugary indulgence? Our tasty all-natural version comes together with just 10 minutes of prep time for a great portable snack, perfect for kids lunches.
These little chocolatey drops of no-bake heaven are my new favourite dessert. Why? They're easy to make, they only dirty one dish, they take less than ten minutes to prepare, and everyone loves them. As an added bonus, if you pack them on ice they could go into the kid's school lunches! Score.
For kids and school lunches, we thought we'd pass along this little treat. You're welcome!
Blueberry Coconut Chia Pudding
This blueberry coconut chia pudding is a simple, healthy dessert you can feel good about eating.
Chocolate Avocado Pudding
This rich and creamy "instant" pudding is made from a blend of unusual ingredients that somehow just work! Popular among the Paleo, Primal and even vegetarian communities, it is now becoming much more mainstream as a nutritious end to a meal.
Chocolate Date Squares
Grain, gluten, and refined sugar free, these no bake date squares will hit the spot with their firm texture and chocolatey flavour. Top with whip cream and berries for a little extra somethin-somethin.
Thought this ever-popular dessert was no longer now that rice is off your menu? Think again. This simple recipe is sure to satisfy your post-meal sweet tooth without even a hint of guilt. Served hot or cold, it can also be dressed up or down for the right amount of flavour.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Even if you're baking challenged and only have a few standard ingredients in your cupboards, you can easily have a bellyful of delicious cookies in less than half an hour. Or, because this recipe does not use eggs, you could safely gobble up a bellyful of cookie dough in even less time!
These dainty little melt-in-your-mouth treats are a refreshing change from the too sweet Christmas cookie, yet they still pack a lot of flavour into every bite.
Nothing says Christmas like a fresh batch of homemade gingerbread cookies. Whether or not you eat Paleo, these crunchy, yet chewy treats are unanimously voted as holiday favourites by all.
Apple Banana Cookies
With a hearty texture and just a hint of sweetness, these cookies provide the perfect closure to a Primal meal.
These portable goodies are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
After a big holiday dinner, what's better than breaking out a pie or two to top off the meal? While any pie has to be considered a treat, a nut based pie crust and reduced sugar fillings are two ways to make that treat as real food friendly as possible.
Decadent Chocolate Cake
Chocolate cake so decadent you'll never know it's not full of sugar!
Pumpkin Ice Cream
This recipe, adapted from Make It Paleo recipe book, is the perfect compliment to a sunny holiday long weekend. When we made this for the first time we got raving reviews from the entire family!
Almond Butter Cups
This could easily be a favourite indulgence. With only two ingredients, you really can't go wrong creating this version of Reese's peanut butter cups. To die for!