Today instead of giving you a recipe of my own, I decided to blog about many of the current recipes - and websites - I'm digging right now. There are so many great food blogs out there and these are just a few that inspire me to eat healthy, and they make it really easy because this is truly delicious food my friends! Most of the recipes below are gluten-free, Paleo, or both. Enjoy!
Food Renegade - Grain-Free Apple Pancake Rings
Food Renegade's site is an inspiration to me and I read it at least twice a week for product reviews, her support of local, organic, raw foods and of course delicious recipes. This week she posted a recipe for Grain- Free Apple Pancake Rings. This is a recipe you could make for breakfast, a snack after work, or even with brinner - breakfast for dinner - which is common in my house. Come on, you don't know about brinner? You best learn cause you are seriously missing out.
Justin's Natural Maple Almond Butter on them; check out the portable single serving packets which are great on the go for the beach a picnic, or at work with some fruit.
I made some for an after dinner dessert tonight with some Granny Smith apples, and they did not disappoint. Easy, healthy and delicious food. I have a feeling these will be made quite often.
Simply Living Healthy - The Perfect Paleo Biscuit
When I discovered this recipe I thought, "Don't bother making these because they will probably be just another gluten-free bread substitute that will crumble and fall apart when you eat it." Lucky me, I was wrong. The egg whites are the glue in this recipe, and they are delicious. I made a breakfast
MAKE THESE BISCUITS. You WILL thank me later.
PaleoOMG - CrockPot Pork Green Chile
Juli Bauer is a blogger on her site PaleoOMG, and OH-EM-GEE, she cracks me up. She is one seriously funny chick who eats Paleo and is obsessed with CrossFit training. Her personality truly shines through in her blog. She talks a lot about her body, fitness and nonsense. I like her honesty and you feel like you can connect with her; I find her refreshing.
This week I came across a recipe for CrockPot Pork Green Chile. First off, I love anything carnitas or similar to carnitas. I have to admit, I love me some pork. Luckily, I eat Paleo, so I'm allowed to eat all the pork I want, as long as it is humanely raised so I know I'm getting the good stuff in my diet. I recommend US Wellness Meats or buying from a local farmers market. And who doesn't like using a CrockPot? Put it all together in the morning, go get your day on, and come back and have some grub.
Do. It. Now.
Whelp, that's all folks! Until next time. See ya soon!