Grain-free crispy Baked Avocado Fries made paleo and keto friendly! Post includes instructions for Air Fryer! A healthy snack or appetizer!
Almond Flour Coffee Cake that is perfectly moist and fluffy with amazing cinnamon pecan topping. This delicious healthy coffee cake recipe is paleo, grain-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free.
Well, this is long overdue!
If you’ve been following my site for a few years, you know I have about 17 million coffee cake recipes. All requiring different funky add-ins to make each very unique and special…but every single coffee cake recipe is made with coconut flour.
This is our first foray into almond flour coffee cake, and I really must say….I’m obsessed.
This paleo coffee cake turns out tasting plenty cinnamony and is perfectly sweet. In my mind, coffee cake shouldn’t be as sweet as a standard cake…subtly sweet but not in a dessert-like way.
It is nice and moist and has a buttery flavor to it in spite of the fact that it contains no butter. In my mind, it’s the perfect healthy treat for anyone to enjoy as breakfast or snack. PLUS, if you have family or guests around that have dietary restrictions, this is a marvelous recipe that fits multiple restrictions.
First things first, let’s talk ingredients:
Paleo Almond Flour Dinner Rolls are grain-free, dairy-free, fluffy, with lovely texture. Psst! Serve them up with a drizzle of honey for an excellent accompaniment to any meal!
When I was a kid, a meal was not a meal without bread or rolls. In fact, when I was a kid, every meal was basically bread…or rolls.
Having eaten a whole food diet for over a decade now, it is very rare I crave bread at this point. But when I do, man oh man, IT IS ON.
These almond flour dinner rolls definitely get the job done. They have that comforting fluff, the irresistible crisp, and are even better with a slather of butter and honey.
Plus, they are CRAZY easy to make! No yeast, no waiting for dough to prove, just mix it all up, bake, and you’re on your way to roll heaven.
Paleo Lemon Blueberry Bread made with coconut flour, tapioca flour and pure maple syrup is a zesty, perfectly sweet, berry-studded treat! Simply whip up the batter in a blender, and enjoy this healthy quick bread!
I have included a gluten-free version of this recipe using coconut flour and a gluten-free flour blend instead of tapioca flour if you do eat grains.
When two amazing bakery goodies join forces and the result is something supercalifragilisticexpialidocious..
That is this bread…
We combine the lemon concept with the blueberry theory for the ultimate healthy baked treat… and we never look back!
I enjoy this bread so much, I almost feel like all lemon breads should include blueberries and all blueberry breads should include lemons. Throw in some poppy seeds and now we’re just talking OVERSTIMULATION!
- Grain-free and gluten-free
- Refined sugar-free
- Moist, fluffy, perfectly sweet
- Zesty and berry-studded
- Similar in taste and texture to your favorite bakery muffin
- Crispy on the outside, nice and soft on the inside
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!
Grain-free banana cake made with almond flour is a healthy dessert (or breakfast!) recipe perfect for sharing. Whip up a cashew-based “cream cheese” frosting for an otherworldly experience!
Ever have a 6-banana cake?
Yeah me neither…that is, until this lump of love joy landed in my life.
If you’ve never consumed a 6-banana something, now is your time to do so! This grain-free banana cake with cashew “cream cheese” frosting is the perfect warmly-spiced naturally sweet dessert.
- Banana-ed AF
- Grain-Free and gluten-free made with almond flour
- Refined Sugar-free (sweetened mostly with banana, with a touch of pure maple syrup)
- Super moist and fluffy
- Fun to make!
Inspired by my classic Paleo Banana Bread Recipe, this banana cake is a complete gem of a recipe. It is grain-free and gluten-free, so ideal for those with celiac or gluten intolerance. It is refined sugar-free, which is awesome for those who try to avoid processed sugars and keep things au natural. Finally, it is dairy-free for those with lactose intolerance, or for folks like me who don’t do marvelously with dairy and try to limit their intake.
Paleo blackberry cobbler made grain-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, and vegan. This super easy recipe is completely goof-proof and only requires about 45 minutes to make! Blackberry cobbler is by far one of my favorite fruit-infused desserts. The buttery topping, the juicy, gooey, sweet and tangy blackberries…paired with a great vanilla ice cream, there are few …
Grain-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, egg-free vegan scones! These cranberry orange vegan scones are so easy to make – no refrigerating, kneading, or scone pan necessary! I went on a paleo vegan scone bender over the last few weeks. I just couldn’t stop baking them! Once I figured out my super ninja formula for making …
Grain-free paleo crepes made with almond flour and tapioca flour. Top these amazing crepes with almond butter and raspberry jam for an amazing breakfast or brunch!
When I was growing up, I thought every kid ate crepes on the weekends. My mom served my siblings and I pancakes, waffles, or crepes regularly and allowed us to choose our favorite toppings. It was news to me when I finally discovered crepes aren’t a regular thing in most households.
I do love the tradition of making special breakfasts on the weekends, to the extent that I carried the tradition over into my own life. Over the last eight years, I have been making paleo pancakes, waffles, or crepes.
This paleo sheet pan pancake turns out so light, fluffy, and buttery in flavor that you’d never be able to guess it’s grain-free and dairy-free. You’re looking at my latest obsession. First and foremost, if you’ve been around this site, you know pancakes are a mega thing for me. Particularly Almond Flour Pancakes. While …