Turmeric Ginger Ground Turkey Bowls are packed with nutrients and antioxidants. This well-balanced bowl is packed with lean protein and fiber and you can adjust your carbohydrate intake through adding rice according to your needs. Paleo, Whole30, keto, AIP, low-carb with a Low-FODMAP option…this bowl is great for eaters of many types. Change up the …
Vegetable Beef Soup is a hearty, delicious, filling yet clean recipe perfect for a cozy dinner in. This easy healthy soup recipe is keto-friendly and can be made in a jiffy when under a time crunch! I discovered a few years ago that sweater weather plus a big bowl of vegetable beef soup is where …
Dazzle your family and friends with quick and easy beef stir fry! This fresh, vibrant recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes and incorporates an amazing homemade soy-free easy stir fry sauce. Psst! This recipe can easily be made paleo or keto!
I’m sure at some point in the nearly nine years I’ve been blogging that I have confessed my unruly obsession with stir fry. You guys, I eat it every day. Often for multiple meals. Always for breakfast.
All the veggies, all the protein, a hefty scoop of rice…stir fry all day err’day, let’s GOOOO!
What can I say? Vegetables + protein brings me life.
I posted a fine and funky Easy Stir Fry Recipe a couple of days ago, which is what I use in this recipe. Before you begin shopping for this beef stir fry, be sure to check out the sauce so that you have everything you need!
Also note there are many, many options for customizing the sauce according to what you keep on hand as well as your dietary restrictions.
Nightshade-Free AIP chili made with ground turkey, pumpkin puree, ginger, vegetables and more. This bean-less chili recipe is low-inflammatory, easy to prepare, and so comforting! If you follow an Autoimmune Paleo diet (AIP), or are cognizant of the amount of inflammatory foods you eat, this chili recipe will please you silly! It has that same …
30-Minute Thai Red Curry with Fish made quick and easy in your skillet! Serve it with choice of vegetable noodles, rice, or vegetable rice.
A quick and easy recipe for nightshade-free AIP curry. This low-inflammatory curry is perfect for those who are sensitive to nightshades, as well as those who eat a whole food, paleo, or keto diet.
Curry is a big, big deal in my life. I make it frequently, eat it frequently, and get a kick out of experimenting with new flavors, easier methods, and seasonal produce. Just take a dive into my Curry archives to see all sorts of seasonally-inspired curry options, both Thai and Indian, vegetarian and protein-packed!
While nothing beats a great authentic Thai curry, I have been meaning to develop nightshade-free AIP curry recipes for ages. I had a reader request a nightshade-free version of the Instant Pot Chicken Tikka Masala I recently posted. Indeed, I fully intend to deliver; however, I wanted to tap the curry first.
First things first. Let’s define both nightshades and AIP.
What are Nightshades?
Fresh and frisky salmon stir fry for a clean, paleo, keto, and whole30 dinner that is sure to become a staple in your home.
I make a lot of stir fry. Like a lot. In fact, when I’m not developing new recipes for this site or for clients,, all of my meals are sauteed per the stir fry method.
Why do I love stir fry so much? It’s speedy quick to prepare, and the way I go about it is super clean using meat and veggies and homemade sauces that are free of soy, sugar, wheat, etc. In essence, baby gets fed fast, and fed well.
As you may have surmised, salmon is one potentially my favorite animal protein. Historically, when a salmon craving would hit, I would roast up a fillet and stir fry veggies separately. WELL, it dawned on me I could turn the whole thing into a one-pan experience and simply stir fry the salmon into my veggies.
BOOM less cleanup, well-rounded, delicious.
30-Minute 8-Ingredient Vegetable and Ground Beef Skillet. This nutritious recipe contains a plethora of fresh vegetables and grass-fed ground beef – the perfect meal for those who follow a paleo, keto, low-carb, or low-FODMAP diet.
This vegetable and ground beef skillet was one of those marvelous surprises that snuck up on me while I was doing a mobility workout at the gym recently. I was (per usual) fantasizing about food while lifting weights, and I had a vision of this exact skillet. Once I got home and started making it, POOF! it came together super quickly AND tasted better than I even imagined!
Similar to the Orange-Marinated Chicken Bowls with Zucchini Rice I posted yesterday, this vegetable and ground beef skillet is another squeaky clean meal that is designed to be easy and nutritious so that you can make it one of your weekly staples. It is an all-around clean meal that fits so many dietary restrictions that it blows my own mind.
This recipe covers so many dietary bases, it’s difficult to know where to start. So I’ll just list out all the special diets this meal fits:
Salmon bowls with spaghetti squash tossed in pesto sauce with sautéed vegetables. These bowls can be prepared year-round with seasonal produce and are paleo, keto, low-carb, and whole30. Plus they taste real nice. 😉 I’ve been meaning to show you this recipe for months. At the beginning of summer, I began making these bowls for …
This plant-based vegan red curry zucchini noodle bowl is fresh, frisky, and comforting while keeping it low-carb.
I’ll be the first to admit I don’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to curry. I make curry nearly weekly, and while I can 200% go the authentic route by grinding my own spice blend, I am not at all above using a store-bought curry paste. It just makes dinner easy in a pinch!
Nutritious and easy to prepare summer vegetable frittata. This healthy breakfast incorporates avocados instead of cream for that delicious creamy flavor without the dairy. Oh hello, summer, where did you come from? With the summer solstice only two days away, I’m thinking it’s high time we start incorporating summer produce into our every …