Jane’s Recipes

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My recipes are all original. Every one! Food should bring you energy, clarity and JOY! Perhaps my biggest discovery is how to make sweets that don’t elevate blood sugar or cause weight gain. We believe desserts are BAD for us (and most of them are)! However sweets can be HEALTHY! In an epidemic of sugar-related diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer, THIS is the solution: Use low-carb, original, unprocessed ingredients. There’s no need for deprivation. Here are some of my recipes. Try them and send me your comments!  Jane

 

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Lemon-Ginger Coconut Bars

Today I needed a refreshing bite of lemon & ginger to balance a hot, muggy day. These bars have a zingy citrus flavor, plus they're raw and alive with powerful anti-oxidant lemon nutrition. In Chinese medicine lemon is cooling -- yes I get it. And ginger moves Qi, the vital force in the body

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Chocolate Hemp Bars

Chocolate cravings were stronger than usual today. I saw hemp nuts, chia seeds, coconut, and blueberries sitting on the counter. These bars were in my tummy soon after - with no baking needed. How shall I describe them? Well, fruity, nutty, an easy snack or semi-sweet dessert that's loaded with protein,

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The Untold History of Breakfast – Paleo to Present

By Jane Barthelemy.

Breakfast wasn’t always corn flakes, bacon and eggs, or yogurt with fruit. Humans have been reinventing new breakfasts from prehistoric times to the present, and the variety of traditions will astound you. Just in case you’re in a breakfast rut, these true stories will inspire you to start your day with renewed passion!

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Peach Strawberry Shortcake with Sweet Hibiscus Sauce

When peaches are ripe and strawberries are fragrant I really go for a sweet Paleo treat that helps cool me down. What could be more delicious than an enchanting hibiscus sauce with shortcake, fruit, and Coconut Whipped Cream? For thousands of years, Egyptians have enjoyed cooling hibiscus

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Raspberry Coconut Milkshake

Whew! My senses are still vibrating from the deep flavor and nutrition in the glass I just downed. Raspberries are a refreshing low-sugar fruit that’s loaded with antioxidant flavonoids, anti-inflammatory ellagic acid, plus Vitamins C and K (that’s the one most of us are needing!).

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Paleo Orange Sesame Chicken on Zoodles

If sesame chicken is yummy, then orange sesame chicken is even yummier. A symphony of Asian flavors, the orange is is combined with sesame tahini, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms. I serve it over zoodles, so it's high-protein, low-carb, and loaded with flavorful nutrition.

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Hiziki Seaweed Carrot Salad

This nutritious salad is a tasty way to get your sea vegetables. A delicious nutrient-dense superfood, seaweed is high in fiber, enzymes, amino acids, vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K. It's the Vitamin K that's really critical, as it’s the single vitamin most of us are lacking!

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Paleo Wild Salmon Spread

Finally, a healthy salmon spread or dip! This is great for lunches, picnics, or parties, and tastes fantastic on crackers or veggies. The flavor is even better than my mom's salmon cream cheese spread. And since it contains no mayo, you can leave it out of the refrigerator with no worries.

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Apple Rhubarb Crisp

My love affair with rhubarb continues! Rhubarb's tantalizing tart flavor blends beautifully with apples, cinnamon, and fresh ginger. This is a yummy afternoon snack or dessert that's sweet, refreshing, and easy to make. I used tart apples like Fuji, Granny Smith, and Pink Lady to keep the carb count down.

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Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

Hungry at the grocery check-out counter, I almost grabbed a chia bar. But then I saw the ingredients. Uh oh! Agave syrup, brown rice syrup, apple juice concentrate - 3 high-fructose sweeteners that would send anyone's blood sugar through the roof. So I came home and made these delicious babies!

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Raspberry Chia Energy Bars

Whew! I'm still recovering from the shock of finding 3 high-fructose sweeteners in "healthy" chia bars at the Whole Foods check-out counter. Agave syrup, Brown rice syrup, and Apple juice concentrate are hidden sugars that destabilize metabolism. But not THESE bars!

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Paleo Thai Chicken Nuggets

Succulent and irresistible finger-licking morsels of spicy chicken with a crispy lemon-ginger coating. These are quick to make and indescribably luscious with green chili dip. Who needs barbecue sauce with this kind of flavor? Look for pasture-raised organic, or non-gmo chicken if possible.

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Coconut Sour Cream, Dairy-Free!

A little sour cream on your enchiladas or baked sweet potato? Sounds delicious! Rich, creamy, and dairy-free, this coconut sour cream is free of the chemicals and stabilizers found in commercial brands. It's easy to make and an ideal topping for any savory indulgence.

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Crunchy Sesame Squares

I've always craved these crispy sesame squares! Maybe that's because I loved their crackling crunchy texture as they disappeared into my mouth one after the other - a perfect high-protein snack. But I don't buy them any more, as they're loaded with sugars and stabilizers.

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Yogurt with Rhubarb Ginger Sauce

OK, I confess, I'm having a love affair with rhubarb. Why does it taste so irresistably luscious to me? Well, maybe it's because I found an easy way to make a yummy breakfast or snack in minutes with a bit of ginger, cinnamon and natural zero-glycemic sweetener. So far you've seen my Paleo Rhubarb Coffee Cake and

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Paleo Rhubarb Coffeecake

This moist coffeecake has a rich buttery flavor with swirls of rhubarb and ginger, plus a crispy streusel topping. A nutritious gluten-free, grain-free snack or dessert, it tastes just as yummy as my mom's traditional recipe, with rhubarb filling marbled inside and crunchy nuts.

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Paleo Hot Chocolate Mochaccino

If you're a chocoholic that also loves the taste of coffee, this rich blend is guaranteed to satisfy. This instant Paleolithic recipe won't give you caffeine jitters or spike your blood sugar. Just mix all the ingredients in a mug and add boiling water.

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Primal Beet Brownies

I love to hide healthy veggies in treats that taste decadent, but aren't! Surprisingly quick and easy, these dense, fudgy indulgences touch my deepest primordial desires. They're a great way to use leftover beets, and will turn your poop bright red! Beets have amazing nutritional qualities that fight cancer,

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Wild Halibut with Lime Cilantro Sauce

Wild Alaskan Halibut comes from the deep waters off of the Alaska coast. It has a snowy white, firm, and flaky flesh that tastes slightly sweet. This pungent sauce adds a zesty flavor to the mild fish. Steaming is a gentle, low-temperature way to cook fish, and takes just 2-4 minutes

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Bangkok Meal in a Leaf

Your 5-minute lunch in a leaf of kale or chard! My favorite Thai appetizer, Mieng Kum, is a symphony of flavors that tantalize the taste buds, with every known flavor in each bite: sweet, pungent, sour, salty, and spicy. Easy to prepare, this Paleo version makes a healthy lunch or snack. Vary the recipe according to your taste

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