Pinchos de Pollo are traditional Puerto Rican street food. Serve this easy, Paleo dish (can be AIP, too!) as an appetizer or a main dish! You’ll love Latin American Paleo Cooking with over 80 traditional recipes made gluten-free and dairy-free!
Full of nourishing broth, colorful cooked veggies, and pastured meat, this is one nutrient-dense, healing stew! And perhaps best of all? Without potatoes, it’s much friendlier to your blood sugar than traditional beef stew.
Full of nutrition, a hidden veggie, and a superfood, these egg-free and grain-free salmon patties are allergy-friendly home cookin’! They’re Paleo, Whole30, and GAPS Diet-friendly, too!
Unlike Texas BBQ, this has no added sugar — so it’s low-carb and friendly on your blood sugar. For Trim Healthy Mamas, this main dish can be used in any fuel setting depending on what you pair it with! Enjoy this Southern favorite of ours made super easy, tender, and juicy in your Instant Pot!
This is the perfect gluten-free, grain-free meal to make when you’re in a hurry (it takes just 30 minutes) or just don’t feel like cooking (or washing dishes… hello, one-pot dinner!). It’s Paleo and suitable for Trim Healthy Mamas or Whole 30!
Zuppa Toscana is one of my FAVORITE meals. Then I quit eating potatoes (a staple ingredient). Once I learned how to make a potato-free, low-carb Zuppa, it was happily back in my life and with more nutrition than ever!
If you’ve been avoiding clam chowder because of the dairy, gluten, potatoes, or carbs, say HELLO to this one-pot, low-carb clam chowder! Not only is it dairy-free, gluten-free, and potato-free, it’s also made in the Instant Pot from start to finish!
It saddens me that the bricks of noodles with the flavor packets and this soup are actually known by the same name… Let me introduce you to something you may not have known existed: Real Food Ramen with bone broth, anti-inflammatory spices, and low-carb noodles!
These grain-free, low-carb Belgian waffles are truly versatile and can serve both sweet and savory purposes. They seamlessly make the transition from Sunday morning with maple syrup to weekday dinner with pizza toppings or taco fixins!
I have an irrational fear of unfamiliar cuts of meat. Yet there they were: the short ribs, lying in a brick of frost, daring me to grab them and attempt something. When in doubt, I always turn to big, bold flavors. The sauce is kinda like Asian BBQ — thus, “Asian Fusion”. Whatever it is, you can’t go wrong!