A Recipe for Every Body
Easiest and tastiest chicken I ever ate, with only 5 ingredients, this is perfect for Labor Day weekend! Everybody loves fried chicken, and it’s great when all can enjoy, including those on alternative diets. Paleo, gluten-free, tree nut-free, diabetic-friendly, and so crispy, no one will guess this is special. Oven-frying is quick, healthy, less greasy,
In Italy you can ask for “Spaghetti con Burro e Salvia” or “Spaghetti with Butter and Sage”. This Paleo adaptation is even more delicious. Zoodles are a 5-minute veggie – much quicker than spaghetti, gluten-free, and grain-free. The easy herb sauce is melted ghee with your favorite herbs. Grass-fed ghee is packed with nutrients like vitamins A, D, E and K2, as well as beneficial fatty acids CLA and butyric acid. Look for organic zucchini rather than the tasteless GMO varieties. Zucchini noodles are easy with a hand-held vegetable spiralizer. Look for one in stainless steel. Check out Kycen Spiral Slicer, Spiroslicer, Gogogu, and Kitchen Supreme. These Zoodles taste best piping hot right off
I woke up hungry this morning. What’s for breakfast? My body wanted something nutrient-dense, and more filling than a smoothie. Strange, as my book Good Morning Paleo has 165 amazing breakfast recipes, but none of them felt right today. Out came the apples, green powder,
Say good-bye to drying soaps and expensive creams. Say hello to clean, radiant skin. This traditional Indian homemade cleanser is good for all skin types. It removes excess oil, gently exfoliates, and leaves your skin soft and glowing. Easy and economical, it is made of gluten-free flours,
Vibrant flavors of adzuki bean with zesty lime and basil make this the most delicious bean salad I’ve ever tasted. It’s best at room temperature or slightly warm like a Niçoise, which heightens the taste. Adzuki beans are valued in Chinese medicine for a rich earthy flavor, detoxifying the blood, clearing congestion,
Want an easy 5-minute dessert or treat with rapturous flavor that will make you swoon? Zabaglione is a smooth Italian delicacy made with heavy cream. Instead I’ve used coconut milk and coconut butter to make it lusciously thick and dairy-free. Orange and peaches taste delightful together.
A magical blend of warm comfort food with squash, rutabaga, carrot, onion, and sweet potato, I created this creamy soup for my Qigong students, an example of how to heal inflammation, epidemic in our times. Easy to make if you have an immersion blender, it has a naturally sweet flavor of root veggies.
These brownies are chewy, rich, luscious, and spicy because they’re made with pure Mayan ingredients like cacao, coconut, chia seeds, avocado, and hot pepper. Gluten-free, grain-free, flourless, non-glycemic, and Paleo, you’d never guess by the amazing flavor and texture. Avocado provides healthy
I want to share this morning’s smoothie with you. It’s a delicious anti-cancer medicine. We know that raspberries are a powerhouse of anti-oxidant phyto-nutrients. Yogurt and flaxseed oil make this doubly potent, inspired by cancer physician and Nobel Prize nominee, Dr. Johana Budwig.
You don’t have to drink your breakfast smoothie – you can take it with you as a muffin! These taste moist and delicious like banana bread, except they’re green! A nutritious snack that packs, travels, and freezes well, tuck a few in your bag for a nourishing meal on the go.
It’s sweltering hot here in Santa Fe, we’re all living on pink lemonade. My mom’s lemonade was sugary-sweet, however this refreshing recipe is sugar-free, using a natural zero carb sweetener. I don’t use stevia after learning (what the Grocery Association doesn’t want you to know)
By Jane Barthelemy. Stevia is marketed as a healthy sweetener. But surprising new evidence indicates it is highly processed with toxic chemicals. Have you ever wondered how stevia is refined? Is your stevia pure? Or is it mixed with other sweeteners and chemicals?
What’s the life force in your food? Here’s a quick and easy dip that’s bursting with flavor and nutrients, like a creamy, fresh pesto. Life force isn’t easy to measure, however we all know instinctively that fresh foods have Qi and processed foods do not. Yes, that’s true – freshly harvested veggies, meats, and nuts are very high in life force.
You won’t find THIS rice pilaf in Athens or Mykonos, because it is made with cauliflower. A healthy alternative to potatoes or rice, no one will guess it is low-carb, grain-free, and Paleo. In fact one of my guests asked if I used Basmati rice! Easy to make in 15 minutes or less, cauliflower is an anti-inflammatory, cancer-fighting
My doctor requested an easy, healthy dark chocolate fudge. Well, here it is, luscious and so quick to make! If you’re eating 75% chocolate thinking it’s healthy, don’t kid yourself. The remaining 25% is probably sugar, definitely not healthy. Pure 100% chocolate is a superfood, one of the healthiest, highest-anti-oxidant
By Jane Barthelemy. I’m looking for healthy non-GMO eggs, and it’s confusing. With so many enticing terms on egg cartons: Free-Range, Cage-free! All-Natural, Omega-3! Some of these terms are legally regulated, some are meaningless. What do they all mean? Here’s a quick guide.
I love this spicy homemade dip! It is filled with luscious flavor and healthy vitamins! Fresh veggies are a colorful and nutritious way to enjoy dips. Today I used sliced yellow beets, turnips, carrot rounds, broccoli, and English peas. I’m skipping chips and crackers as they’re low in life force (Qi), high in processed carbs, and nutritional empty.
Every frequent traveler knows the challenge of eating well on the road. If you’re doing gluten-free, Paleo, GMO-free, or any healthy diet, you can solve that with a bit of planning. It’s all in the preparation. I recently took a trip and photographed my hotel kitchen set up. Here are my 6 steps to eating healthy in a hotel room:
Classical Zabaglione sounds difficult but isn’t. This 5-minute Italian delicacy is super-easy to make! Even better, it’s healthy, non-glycemic, and Paleo, made with dairy-free coconut milk. You can whip it up and enjoy it immediately, no need to heat or chill. This recipe uses an orange instead of Marsala wine,
Inspired by Pesto alla Genovese, this easy pesto tastes just like the authentic Italian. It’s even better, because it’s perfect for alternative diets. A snap to make in a food processor, no one will guess it’s Paleo, Vegan, free of common allergens like dairy, cheese, and GMO’s. It tastes wonderful on Zoodles, salads,
Taking a break in Taos, where the natural beauty is gorgeous. But no healthy muffins to be found. So I invented these tender mini-muffins using fresh carrots and farm eggs. Ooooh – they came out so yummy! No one would guess they’re Paleo, 100% free of gluten, flour, glycemic sweeteners, GMO’s, dairy, or processed junk.
My favorite avocado snack is usually made with tomatoes, cayenne, and jalapeños. So here’s a traditional Mexican recipe without them. Nightshade vegetables are a common allergen (tomatoes, peppers, white potatoes, eggplant).
We think of hummus as a healthy snack, a staple of the Middle Eastern diet. But how healthy is store-bought hummus? Every Lebanese grandmother knows how to make authentic hummus with sprouted chick peas. Traditional soaking and sprouting makes beans sweet, digestible, healthy, and quick to cook.
Julia Child never dreamed of a soufflé this easy! Just blend and bake, no egg whites to beat. And Ohhh! The flavor! Rich, creamy and yes, VERY chocolaty. When I served it, a hush came over the room – a good sign! I discovered that a blender makes a fine soufflé, so I put away my egg beater. This soufflé is not only
Delicious, refreshing, detoxifying for breakfast or snack, grapefruit makes a great anti-oxidant smoothie. Even better, it’s low-glycemic and tastes yummy with ginger. I enjoy the mild flavor of spinach, however any greens will do such as kale, chard, collards, dandelion, arugula, watercress, etc. Imagination and variety are my
Plain, chocolate, or caramel, which is best? Everyone knows the best macaroons are crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle. Gluten-free, perfect for Passover, and my #1 easiest cookie, anyone can make guilt-free Paleo macaroons in under 30 minutes. All you need is shredded coconut, eggs, coconut milk, and
Detoxifying and refreshing with a hint of sweet licorice, here’s a great use for those feathery fennel greens. High in anti-oxidants, vitamin-C, and bioflavonoids, fennel’s exotic flavor comes from the essential oil anethole, also found in anise and licorice. Fuji apples are pleasantly sweet, and relatively low in sugar, so
These luscious bars came to me in a dream. A fantasy in warm red raspberry-rhubarb filling oozing out of a rich, crumbly cinnamon shortbread, with refreshing sweet goji berries. And they came out just like I imagined! Guilt-free superfood bars, low-carb and tantalizing. Goji berries are higher in protein than any other fruit,
Heavenly flavor, indescribable bliss, like a Paleo dream bar, layered with luscious slices of peach. It’s a simple 3-part recipe – a nutty crust, blended cashew-peach filling, and sliced peaches on top. The combination tastes divine, looks beautiful, easy to make, and 100% raw with no baking needed. My guests were moaning with pleasure, and
A delicious way to turn leftover rice into an exotic high-protein breakfast, just 4 easy steps: 1) Wake up. Yawn. Turn oven on. 2) Stir 4 ingredients together. Pour over leftover rice. 3) Bake while you get dressed. 4) Yummy!