Keto Cranberry Orange Bread made with coconut flour and sweetened with sugar-free sweetener for a low-carb breakfast, snack or dessert! This easy sweet quick bread recipe is moist, fluffy, and you’d never know it is grain-free and sugar-free! Bake up loaf after loaf during the holiday season. Holiday intentions?: Bake this keto cranberry orange bread …
Step up your holiday feasts with homemade Maple Bourbon Cranberry Sauce! Sweetened with pure maple syrup and spiced up with cinnamon, orange zest and bourbon, this cranberry sauce recipe only takes about 10 minutes to make and is ultra flavorful!
It wasn’t until I began making homemade cranberry sauce that I took any interest in it. My family always served the canned cranberry sauce at our holiday gatherings, which never tickled my fancy.
For years, I’ve been making my Cranberry Sauce with Ginger and Maple, and it wasn’t until this year I had a bright idea: boozy cranberry sauces. Queue the drool 😉
This Maple Bourbon Cranberry Sauce has the perfect sweet and tart balance with some warm cinnamon, a little zest and plenty of bourbon to make it extra tantalizing.
The best part about this recipe is it takes no more than 10 minutes to make.
Orange Ginger Chicken Stir Fry with onion, bell pepper, broccoli, and carrot is a quick, easy, nutritious dinner recipe. Serve it up with steamed rice, cauliflower rice or roasted vegetables for a well-balanced meal. There’s something about the combination of orange and ginger that really does my body well. If you’ve tried my Orange Ginger …
Paleo Orange Chicken made in just 30 minutes and one pot! This easy healthy orange chicken recipe requires only a few basic ingredients, and tastes amazing.
In my 30-Minute Paleo Broccoli Beef recipe I posted yesterday, I confessed my torrid love affair with Chinese takeout during grad school.
Let’s face it – Orange Chicken will always own a very special corner of my soul; BUT, it ends up being a gut bomb when I order it from restaurants. Can you relate?
I developed a non-gut obliterating version of Paleo Orange Chicken, which is not only suuuuper easy to prepare, but it tastes so refreshing, leaves you with zero repercussions, and requires 30 minutes tops. It is gluten-free, soy-free, refined sugar-free and DELICIOUS!
That crispy yet tender chicken swaddled in a zesty, tangy sweet sauce is just such a lovely little gift for our taste buds and a beautiful celebration of life, am I right?
Let’s make the crap out of it!
Coconut flour cranberry orange muffins with a coconut butter drizzle are an amazing breakfast or snack on-the-go! These healthy muffins are great for sharing with the whole family.
Sometimes in life, we just need to stop and smell the muffins. Slow down and enjoy bites of something tantalizing, zesty, tangy, moist, and perfectly sweet. I often forget how delightful a muffin a day can be until I bake a batch and am reminded how lovely it is to simply savor something cozy.
Made with coconut flour and sweetened with pure maple syrup, these grain-free muffins are full of fiber and make for a health-conscious treat. Drizzle them with coconut butter or frost them with Vegan Cream Cheese Frosting to level them up even further!
Orange Ginger Grilled Chicken is zesty, crispy, and packed with flavor! This easy-to-prepare recipe requires only a few basic ingredients and hardly any time to make!
Welcome to my newest favorite grilled chicken recipe!
If you saw my Orange-Ginger Baked Halibut recipe I posted a few months back, you already know I have an obsession for the orange and ginger combination.
There’s something about the sweet tangy marinade with a touch of heat that works magic on any animal protein!
Liquid aminos, orange zest, orange juice, garlic, and fresh ginger make up the marinade for this chicken. It is so easy to prepare and makes the most delicious finger-lickin-good chicken!
Orange Ginger Baked Halibut with Blueberry Avocado Salsa is a fresh, flavorful healthy dinner recipe! Serve it up with your favorite side dishes for an otherworldly meal.
As you’re well aware, I’m completely obsessed with salmon to the extent that I often have to convince myself to eat other forms of protein.
Not anymore, friends…this halibut recipe has stolen my heart and sent my taste buds singing to the outer reaches of the galaxy. Move over, salmon, there’s a new fish in town!
And since we’re on the topic, nothing makes me feel sexier than a well-composed seafood recipe. It does a badass individual make! And..
Ooh la laaaaa this is SEXY!
Orange Ginger Shrimp Stir Fry is a quick and easy healthy dinner recipe, perfect for throwing together any night of the week. This clean recipe is sure to please the whole family!
Stir fry is one of those dishes I can make over and over without tiring of it. With limitless options for vegetable, meat, and sauce combinations, you can never repeat the same stir fry. Or do as I do, and put the same few on repeat over and over, because: obsessive personality.
This Orange Ginger Shrimp Stir Fry is easy to throw together any night of the week for a quick and healthful meal.
Let’s get started!
Vibrant, flavorful nutrient-dense Citrus Ginger Turmeric Parchment Paper Salmon. Cooking salmon in parchment paper is quick, easy, and results in beautifully tender fish.
Lately, I have been more cognizant about the way I cook my fish and meat. While I absolutely LOVE broiling salmon or cooking it in a cast iron skillet to get that epic crisp, I’ve been trying to cook it at a lower temperature to preserve the integrity of the omega-3 fats.
Similarly, when I cook chicken, beef, or pork, I use my slow cooker or pressure cooker more often than not.
This to say, when I’m not in a rush to get dinner in my belly, I cook my fish and seafood in parchment paper. This isn’t our first foray into parchment paper salmon here. In fact, the Mediterranean Salmon in Parchment Paper recipe I posted several months ago has been a big hit on the blog!
Tangy, citrus lemon salmon with orange and ghee. This easy pan-cooked salmon recipe requires less than 30 minutes to prepare and is a delicious paleo, low-carb, keto main entree. Looking for a healthy, simply low-carb entree? This orange butter honey lemon salmon is quick and easy to prepare in your cast iron skillet. It …
Homemade green juice designed for good digestion made with celery, cucumber, orange, and lemon. This powerfully nutritious celery juice is great for restoring digestive balance, preventing sickness, and replenishing electrolytes. I’ve been reading about the benefits of celery juice on digestive health over the last few months and figured it was high time I make …
Tangy, creamy sweet orange-turmeric tahini sauce perfect for drizzling on all your meals (particularly your bowl food!). This easy 5-ingredient recipe is paleo and vegan.
You’re looking at my newest favorite sauce for all the bowl recipes I consume. As we all know, a well-engineered sauce is what brings all the scrumtrulescence to a big bowl o’ food. It ties the ingredients together into a cohesive unit so you feel as though the meal is a marriage of ingredients rather than random ingredients thrown helter-skelter in a bowl.
One of my priorities when writing my upcoming cookbook, Paleo Power Bowls, was ensuring all my sauces were dialed in. Not only does each bowl recipe come with its own sauce or dressing of some sort, but I added bonus sauces at the end of the book to help change things up and keep things interesting.