Author: Paleo on the Go

Paleo Lunchbox: Quick and Easy Paleo Chicken Chili Your Kids Will Love

A hearty bowl of chili is great anytime of year and this ‘Paleo Chicken Chili’ doesn’t disappoint. With ingredients on hand, you can cook this chili quickly for a filling lunch for the kids or add a nice salad for a complete dinner. You can use this recipe as a base then add ingredients to make it your own. Use different colored bell peppers, top it with green onions or whatever your favorite chili ingredients or toppings are. One thing is for sure, your kids will love it! Where did chili come from? Chili was first served to the...

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Love Chinese Take Out? Try our Paleo Take Out – Shrimp Lo Mein

Do you crave Chinese take-out? I sure do, I love the flavors and all the vegetables. Sometimes it is difficult to drive past the fast food place named after a certain bear, that place is a guilty pleasure of mine. Unfortunately, it might not be the best choice if you are on a restricted diet. What exactly is ‘Lo Mein’? Traditionally “Lo Mein” refers to a soft wheat noodle, but for this recipe we are using gluten-free sweet potato starch noodles. This recipe calls for shrimp but you can use whatever meat you prefer. If using shrimp, be sure...

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Hey Mom What’s for Breakfast? Easy Paleo Oatmeal!

Mom, What’s for Breakfast? Paleo Oatmeal! I used to love eating oatmeal for breakfast. I’d load it up with whatever fruit I had on hand, usually blueberries and banana. When the chef said she was going to make Paleo Oatmeal, I was skeptical. However, it actually ended up tasting like a delicious cross between oatmeal and french toast. This dish comes together quickly making it a great option for you and the kids (if you have them) to have a hot, nutritious grain-free breakfast in the morning. Give this recipe a try and let us know what you think....

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Paleo Lunchbox: Your Kids will Love Our Paleo Cheeseburger Soup!

Paleo Cheeseburger Soup I used to consider cheeseburgers to be a superfood. Here me out; they are a complete meal in one edible package. But alas, unless you are using whole, real food ingredients they may not be the best choice. That’s where this recipe comes in. Cheeseburger Soup on Facebook Live Did you happen to see the Facebook broadcast where Chef Ann made Cheeseburger Soup? It is super tasty and you can’t even tell that it is dairy free! Coconut milk and nutritional yeast give this soup the creamy cheesy flavors you’d expect in a ‘cheeseburger’ soup. The...

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Cream of “Wheat” (Dairy/Grain-Free)

Did your mom make you Cream of Wheat for breakfast when you were a kid? Personally I never had it until I was an adult. This comfort food classic is made from ground wheat kernels, and therein lies the problem for many people. For many people a hot bowl cereal for breakfast conjures up warm memories of childhood and a mothers love. But as we’ve grown up many have developed Autoimmune disorders, or have switched to a Paleo lifestyle and can’t or no longer eat wheat products. Then along came Chef Ann with her recipe for Paleo “Cream of...

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