Visit Jane's other sites:

15 Minutes or Less

raw-milkshakes

Jul 17

Raw Superfood Milkshakes in 14 Flavors

OK, I confess, I’ve been doing raw milkshakes every day for several months, and guess what? My aches and pains are gone, I feel more energy, my skin spots have vanished, I sleep better. If you’ve never tasted the flavor of raw milk, you’re in for a treat! Smooth, creamy, sweet, life-giving, deeply nutritious, and satisfying – subtly different from pasteurized milk.

chocolate-banana-parfait

Jul 09

Chocolate Banana Nut Pile-Up

This healthy breakfast-in-a-glass consists of bananas and nuts piled up together with an easy chocolate ganache. It’s super quick to stir together, pile up in a glass and eat! Non-glycemic sweetener won’t spike blood sugar or cause weight gain. Almonds are high in protein and fiber. Unsweetened chocolate contains anti-oxidants and theobromine, 

tzatziki

Jul 08

Vegan Tsatziki – Coconut Cucumber Dip

Tzatziki is refreshing, easy to make, and deeeelicious! A traditional Greek dish, this Paleo vegan recipe is made with coconut cream instead of yogurt. Just blend the sauce and pour over cucumber. It’s also loaded with nutritious superfoods, like hemp nuts high in Omega 3’s and all 20 amino acids! 

Lemon-Berry-Parfait-lighter

Jul 03

Lemon Berry Parfait, Dairy-free

My favorite 5-minute breakfast is a refreshing lemon coconut mousse layered with berries and nuts. Your yummilicious nourishing meal can be ready in moments! Powerful antioxidants in berries such as anthocyanins, quercetin, and vitamin C help to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Almonds are an important source of

Zoodles-No-Peanut-Sauce

Jul 02

Zoodles with No-Peanut Sauce

Tired of boring pasta? Try making zoodles with a quick spiralizer. Blend No-Peanut Sauce and enjoy your meal in 15 minutes. Spicy No-Peanut Sauce is made from almonds, sunbutter, and/or cashews. Better than peanuts which often contain mold, this yummy sauce is also free of glycemic sugars and nightshades. 

rainbow-shaved-root-veggie-salad

Jun 22

Rainbow Shaved Root Veggie Salad

Refreshing and alkalinizing, this tangle of multicolored vegetables – turnip, radishes, golden beet and carrots – is tossed with basil, pumpkin seeds and a lemon-dill dressing. Since the veggies are raw, they need to be sliced very thin with a sharp knife or a peeler. This makes a gorgeous colorful salad any time

matcha-milkshake

Jun 10

Matcha Green Tea Superfood Smoothie

I was feeling worn out this afternoon – almost reached for the sugar and chocolate. Uh Oh! This invigorating, creamy milkshake saved the day! Matcha green tea powder is a potent superfood with polyphenols and anti-oxidant catechins that improve brain function, bring mental clarity, and boost your entire immune system. Well, I feel great now! Top quality Ceremonial Grade Matcha, will be the least bitter. Culinary Matcha is also excellent.

Risotto-alla-milanese

May 13

Cauliflower Risotto alla Milanese

Paleo – Vegan cauliflower risotto? I have a huge passion for Italian food, and I LOVE saffron. This risotto tastes almost exactly like the authentic Risotto alla Milanese I love in Italy, except it’s much quicker to make. You don’t have to stand over a hot stove stirring for 20 minutes. Cauliflower rice is an easy low-carb dish that’s easier to digest than traditional risotto. 

coffee-tasting

May 09

Is Coffee Paleo?

By Jane Barthelemy. So, is coffee Paleo? Well, the correct answer is NO. Even wishful thinking won’t put it in the Paleo era. The bullet-proof truth is that coffee was first cultivated in Ethiopia c. 900 years after Christ, roughly 10,000 years after the Paleo period. One of today’s most profitable and addictive habits, coffee was actually banned in Mecca in the 1500’s as intoxicating and inciting radical thinking! But royal intervention changed all that, and soon coffee spread 

cashew-mayo

May 07

Instant Egg-free Cashew Mayo

Quick to blend, this creamy vegan mayo is healthier and tastier than oil based store-bought mayonnaise. You’ll want to spread it on everything! It’s non-GMO, Paleo, low-fat, with no stabilizers, canola, trans-fats, or sugar. And it tastes fabulicious. Cashews make a wonderfully smooth base for mayo. And cashews are low in fat compared to other nuts. Yay!

chia-tapioca

Apr 26

Chia Tapioca Pudding with Fruit

This is the simplest and quickest power-breakfast or snack you can make. Chia seeds are a perfectly balanced superfood, high in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber. In fact, “chia” means “strength” in the Mayan language. Chia tapioca tastes yummy 

Buddha-bowl

Apr 05

5-Minute Sprouted Buddha Bowl

Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is a great way to use leftovers. If you have brown rice and a few veggies on hand, it’s a nutritious 5-minute meal. Start with 2 cups brown rice, preferably sprouted. Add lightly sautéed veggies, and top with avocado. Egg and meat are optional. Sprouted rice is tastier 

green-goddess-soup

Mar 30

15-Minute Green Goddess Detox Soup

Pamper yourself with the easiest and most cleansing foods! This yummy soup is the perfect detox medicine, using the magic of pure vegetables. The recipe makes a big pot, and it’s very flexible. Use any veggies on hand. I love green beans, asparagus, and zucchini. But if you don’t like asparagus, just

strawberry-milkshake

Mar 09

Hi-Protein Strawberry Milkshake

I got excited about fresh organic strawberries and made this milkshake for breakfast! Cashews and protein powder give it a creamy texture. High-antioxidant lemon gives it a zingy flavor. Bee pollen is rich in proteins and B-complex

non-dairy-butter

Feb 27

Non-Dairy Butter

Here’s a fantastic vegan butter spread that’s quick to make and 100% dairy-free. This butter is far more delicious and much healthier than any chemical blend sold in groceries. A Paleo butter, it’s perfect for your grain-free Flaky Herb Biscuits, Irish Soda Bread, or Artisan Olive Bread. 

Best-nut-milk

Feb 06

My Nut Milk Experiment: Which is Best?

Wow! Once you’ve tasted the original flavor of homemade nut milk, you’ll never go back! I’ve always been curious to compare flavor and nutrition in nut milks. Today’s experiment was to compare seven nut milks made with the same easy recipe – see it below. I used Almonds, Brazil 

Flavor-nut-milks

Feb 06

Spike Your Nut Milks!

Boost them with delicious superfoods! These are my favorite flavorings to send your nut milks to a new level in tasty nutrition! Today I’m in love with Eggnog, and my friend Christopher went crazy for Mayan Mocha. They’re all yummy, and so easy! Start with my basic nut milk recipe

Greek Egg Eyes-cropped

Jan 15

Greek Eggs

If you live in Athens or the Greek Islands, you’ll find this easy everyday breakfast on the street corners. My friend Kalpita in Athens says it will stave off a big fat Greek hunger all morning. The name Avgá Mátia means “egg eyes,” like two eggs looking up at you, with a side of Kalamata olives

pumpkin-hot-chocolate

Jan 09

Pumpkin Hot Chocolate, Dairy-free

What could be more wonderful than hot chocolate, pumpkin, and foamed coconut milk? A nourishing snack or even breakfast, this treat is high in protein and Vitamin A. Most hot chocolate gives me a sugar spike and dairy allergy that destabilizes my metabolism for days – Ouch! However this recipe suggests non-glycemic sweeteners

choc-nut-butters

Jan 03

Chocolate Nut Butters

I’m flipped over homemade nut butters! They save money, I can make lots of flavors, and I can choose my own healthy sweeteners. High in protein and other nutrients, flavored nut butters make a great snack! Start with my simple Homemade Nut Butter recipe and then come back to this page for chocolate and flavorings. 

chocolate-superfood-pudding

Dec 29

High-Protein Chocolate Superfood Pudding

This morning I was running late and needed a nourishing snack. On the counter I had an avocado, almond butter, and a can of coconut milk. In 2 minutes I blended this high-protein superfood pudding, and Wow! It’s a real meal deal. Amazing for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, or dessert, my idea was a nutrient-dense meal 

bengali-fish-curry

Dec 26

Wild Red Snapper, East Indian Style

This Bengali-inspired fish takes just 15 minutes to make. It’s exotic spices taste luscious, and are easy on the digestion. Wild fish is preferable, as most farmed varieties are GMO-fed. I used mild flavored Red Snapper, which is a small fish and therefore safer than larger fish, which often have concentrated toxic build-up. Catfish is another favorite, but harder to find. I wanted a special dish using Turmeric, 

cashew-butter

Dec 19

Homemade Nut Butters in Minutes

Today I made cashew butter for the Chocolate Cashew Butter Cookies. Homemade nut butters are quick and easy to make. Nut butters such as almond, sunflower, or pumpkin seeds, are a delicious, high-protein snack, cheaper and fresher than store-bought. Even better, they’re unprocessed, unsweetened, and you can choose

berry-punch

Dec 19

Sparkling Holiday Berry Punch

Like spiced wine, this zingy raspberry pomegranate punch is quick to make and perfect for any holiday gathering. The flavor is deep and refreshing. Just blend, add sparkling water, and serve. It’s filled with with vitamins and anti-oxidant nutrients from berries, pomegranate, and cherries. Even better, it’s sugar free and won’t cause a holiday sugar spike,

pumpkin-latte

Dec 14

Instant Pumpkin Spice Latte

Paleo Pumpkin Latte is a quick and satisfying way to start the day. It’s also a great snack! This Vegan pumpkin latte uses non-dairy milk. It’s also a Paleo recipe, free of sugars, gluten, grains, processed ingredients, GMO’s, and extracted oils. Millions of health-conscious people are looking to the Paleo diet, avoiding chronic disease 

pumpkin-eggnog-vegan

Dec 10

Pumpkin Eggnog, Vegan

This creamy spiced eggnog will warm any holiday gathering. Entertaining is challenging when you’re balancing dietary restrictions. However this delicious recipe solves that, as it is compatible with most special diets! Your guests will be guzzling it, and no one will ever guess it’s free of gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, sugar, and tree-nuts. 

pear-ginger-relish

Dec 05

Pear Ginger Tangerine Relish

Keep your digestion in tune with fermented foods! This super-easy relish combines ripe pears with ginger and tangerines, for refreshing and luscious flavor! Make it in 15 minutes and ferment for 3 to 5 days, depending on how zingy and vibrant you like it. Fermented foods promote healthy intestinal bacteria –

Pumpkin-Pudding

Nov 21

Vegan Pumpkin Pudding with Spiced Pecans

Need a quick and easy dessert for the holidays? This is your luscious ticket. My guests went crazy for this easy raw Paleo mousse. A last minute substitution, as a friend who was to bring pumpkin pie had to cancel, it was no problem! Blended with pumpkin, coconut milk and coconut butter, it’s free of dairy and eggs. 

fermented-cranberry-relish

Nov 21

Fermented Cranberry Orange Sauce

This easy cranberry relish takes only 3 days to ferment! Our great grandmothers always fermented cranberry sauce. They knew it would keep for a long time, and was a delicious natural probiotic to promote healthy intestinal flora. If you’re new to fermenting, it’s EASY and tastier than store-bought!

curried-pumpkin-dip

Nov 16

Paleo Curried Pumpkin Dip

Try this easy dip for the holidays – I think you’ll really like it! I created it in minutes for a party, and it was the biggest hit of the evening! Spicy, creamy, great with veggies or crackers. You can save time using butternut squash, it’s even yummier than pumpkin to me. This spice mix is very special, as I don’t use store-bought curry powders. 

Join Our Transformational Food
& Healthy Lifestyle Movement!

Sign Up for Weekly Emails.

Be the first to know about the newest discoveries in health and medicine,
mouth-watering original recipes, and receive my free recipe e-book:
Energize your Salads!


jane