More than 150 easy favorites to start your day, gluten and grain-free
by Jane Barthelemy
125 Delicious Everyday Favorites, Gluten and Grain-free
by Jane Barthelemy
"Paleo Desserts " is the first comprehensive cookbook of its kind: everyone’s favorite desserts now made Paleo friendly, lower carb, and gluten free. Providing 125 mouthwatering, easy-to-follow recipes from brownies to milkshakes, Jane Barthelemy serves up treats to satiate even the biggest caveman sweet tooth.
I confess, it took me 8 tries to make a vegan quiche worthy of sharing with you. This Paleo-vegan recipe has a wonderful flavor and just the right consistency. The texture is similar to traditional quiche – except it’s egg-free! Instead of eggs, blended cashews, coconut, and grain-free flour bind it together. Super-easy to make, it tastes divine, and there’s no crust to worry about. It makes a nourishing breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack that’s chock full of vegetables. Use your favorite veggies – I used carrots, zucchini, olives, and peas that were on hand. I added low-carb almond meal [...]
If Xylitol is your favorite sweetener read no further – I’ll never disturb a beautiful relationship. But if you’re still on the fence about Xylitol, read on. Here are some surprising pros and cons that will help you make an informed choice. What is Xylitol? Xylitol is a granulated sweetener that tastes almost exactly like sugar, made from fermented plant pulp. Originally made from birch bark, now it is most often made from corn stalks, cobs, and husks. Xylitol is naturally found in low concentrations in fruits and vegetables. It can be extracted from raspberries, oats, mushrooms, corn, sugar cane [...]
Firm, moist, and extremely flavorful, this olive loaf is a grain-free, no-knead, no yeast bread. Just mix, bake and enjoy. Instead of yeast, it uses old-fashioned baking soda and apple cider vinegar as leavening. Artisan bread baked in a pot is as old as the hills, and I think it’s by far the easiest way to make bread. Pot baking essentially steams the bread, so it stays moist and rises more than dry-baking. I used a Le Creuset 22 cm (3.5 quart) pot because it is heavy and really retains heat, however any medium sized pot will do if it [...]
Today I found organic watercress at the grocery! So I made this super-easy salad using all high-alkaline veggies. Watercress, with its pleasantly pungent flavor, is helpful in reversing acidity and purifying the blood. It has been used as a healing food for thousands of years. Watercress is especially high in anti-oxidants and Vitamin K (that’s the one most of us are lacking). Dr. Mercola says watercress contains over 15 essential vitamins and minerals, more iron than spinach, more calcium than milk, and more Vitamin C than oranges! Watercress is strongly alkaline due to its high potassium content. Add parsley, cucumbers, [...]
This easy Middle Eastern–style flatbread is grain-free, yet tastes surprisingly similar to that irresistible garlic naan in Indian restaurants. It’s a tasty wrap for veggies, meats, eggs, or any leftovers. Super-quick to make – just mix the batter and cook like a pancake. Slather it with Avocado Pesto, or use as a tortilla wrap for Paleo Huevos Rancheros. The optional onion flakes are really tasty! Freeze with parchment paper between the layers, on a paper plate, in a freezer bag. A food processor or small blender make it easier but are not required. Yield: Four breads, 6 to 7 inches [...]
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THE one and only authentic Paleo dessert cookbook. This meticulously researched and marvelously executed book will delight extreme and moderate Paleo connoisseurs alike. Thank you Ms. Barthelemy. What a gift!” Peter Gold
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