An easy recipe for Marinated Flank Steak cooked on the grill and served with a homemade, herby chimichurri sauce that is out-of-this-world good.
You can add diced carrots or other vegetables you have on hand to bulk up the meatballs with more plant-based goodness if you like.
This elevated salad is full of flavors, from tender chicken to delicious roasted grapes.
An easy one-pan dinner for the entire family in under 30 minutes! Healthy, light, and perfect for using up veggies in the fridge.
The chicken is immersed in a honey, citrus, and chili-infused marinade, then roasted on a sheet pan with carrots and dates. Not only is it delicious, but it's also it’s the perfect no-fuss dish for weeknights.
This recipe is great to use with any leftover veggies (even roasted veggies) in your fridge. It always comes out delicious.
Brushed with herb-infused olive oil and stuffed with fresh scallions, sage, thyme, and rosemary, this oven-roasted chicken is tender, juicy, and packed with flavors. Simple and tasty!
The tarragon-mustard-mayonnaise combo browns and bubbles under the broiler, keeping the breasts juicy and tender and flavorful. You'll adore how your kitchen smells when these breasts are broiling.
A healthy Asian homemade takeout recipe, these Paleo Mongolian Beef Broccoli "Rice" Bowls are quick to make, light, and full of garlic and ginger flavors!
The beauty of this Healthy Thai Shepherd’s Pie? The pumpkin puree makes it fast! It's paleo and Whole30-friendly. If you omit the red curry paste, this recipe is also nightshade-free and autoimmune paleo. Regardless of both those dietary accolades, it's totally delicious.
The creamy texture of roasted cauliflower pairs perfectly with this quick, spicy peanut sauce.
It’s basically poached eggs in tomato and cilantro sauce, aka the Salsa! Who can say no to such a quick, healthy, and delicious breakfast, appetizer, or side dish. However you want to categorize it, it fits!
The tender, smoky swordfish sits atop a bed of spicy sriracha slaw like a king atop his throne. Alone, this recipe is great for a light dinner, but we also wouldn’t want to discourage you from throwing it all into a tortilla with a squeeze of lime over the top for some excellent fish tacos.
A savory twist on sweet potatoes inspired by the Paleo diet, this recipe is an excellent way to use up leftovers. Instead of being left with bland, dried-out food, you’ll have a wonderful dish to bring life back to the already cooked potatoes.