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Avocado and bacon omelet
Nothing says breakfast better than eggs. And while we love a classic omelet, it’s sometimes nice to mix things up a bit. Adding a few chunks of avocado and a dash (or two) of hot sauce will fire up your tastebuds and kick-start your morning.
You can check out the full avocado and bacon omelet recipe here.
Horseradish scrambled eggs
Bacon and eggs go together better than, well, just about anything else. But you can take this classic combination up a notch with the addition of a small amount of horseradish, which’ll definitely turn up the dial when it comes to flavor.
You can check out the full horseradish scrambled eggs recipe here.
One-pot Turkish menemen
Spice up your mornings with this flavorful breakfast that’s packed with veggies, protein, and, most important, tons of flavor—all you’ll need is one pot and 15 minutes of cooking time.
You can check out the full one-pot Turkish menemen recipe here.
This sweet granola, which has just a little bit of kick with the help of a teaspoon of cinnamon, will become your morning go-to. And while it may require a few hours in the oven, one big batch alone will last you between one to two weeks.
Check out the full cinnamon-honey paleonola recipe here.
Classic egg salad
Sure, there are many ways you can mix up an egg salad recipe. But for right now, we’re sticking with a classic. This ridiculously simple recipe—the most complicated thing you’ll have to do is boil eggs—which takes less than 15 minutes to whip up and tastes great on its own or in a wrap.
Check out the full classic egg salad recipe here.
Lime and cilantro spicy ceviche
When it comes to recipes that are perfect for spring and summer, you’ll be hard-pressed to find one better than this fresh fish ceviche flavored with lime, cilantro, and garlic. All you have to do is combine the fish with the limey mixture—which takes just a minute to whip together in a food processor—and let it marinate overnight. The next day, you’ll have a delicously light lunch all set and ready to go.
Check out the full lime and cilantro spicy ceviche recipe here.
Chicken salad with artichokes and bell peppers
It’s the perfect filling in a lettuce wrap or whole-grain sandwich, or even on its own—this light, yet tasty chicken salad recipe is bound to become your new lunchtime staple. Red bell peppers and scallions add crunch and brightness, while a homemade lemon-balsamic mayonnaise adds serious flavor, without a ton of extra calories.
Chicken and avocado soup
Whether you’re sick, starving, or just in need of some good old fashioned comfort food, this is the recipe you need to make. Not only will this hearty, delicious soup fill you up and last you for at least a few days, it’s ridiculously easy to make and ready in roughly 30 minutes. Make a big batch over the weekend and enjoy the whole week long.
Check out the full chicken and avocado soup recipe here.
Asian pepper shrimp
Give your weekly shrimp intake (a.k.a. an excellent source of protein) an Asian twist (and tons of flavor) with the help of coconut aminos, a bit of fish sauce, and a sprinkling of fresh cilantro. This versatile recipe isn’t just easy—and delicious—it can be served up a variety of different ways: on top of a bed of rice, in a salad, or simply on its own.
Check out the full Asian pepper shrimp recipe here.
Crunchy deviled chicken
Everybody loves fried chicken—it’s crunchy and salty on the outside, and deliciously tender on the inside. The only problem? One too many helpings (or just one period) is bound to add an extra inch or two to your waistline—aka it’s not at all healthy. But with this lightened-up, baked recipe, you can have all of the texture and flavor, without any of the bad fats or extra sodium. Using olive oil and almond meal, instead of frying oil and batter, this crispy chicken dish is practically guilt free.
Check out the full recipe for crunchy deviled chicken here.
Spiced pot roast
We’ll be upfront with you, this delicious spiced pot roast isn’t the type of dish you can make last minute—it’s an overnight process.
That doesn’t mean you should shy away from making it though—especially for a special occasion—because, while a bit time-consuming, the recipe is super easy to put together. The key to unlocking the flavor in this dish is marinating it overnight in the fridge before searing, and cooking in a dutch oven on the stovetop.
Check out the full spiced pot roast recipe here.
You don’t need a special occasion to cook up these perfectly salted, fork-tender carnitas—though you will need a few hours to spare as it simmers (and develops amazing flavor) on the stovetop.
Though it may take a bit of time on the stove, the preparation is about as simple as it gets—all you need to do is combine the pork shoulder, water, and salt in a big, heavy skillet. When it’s finally ready, serve it with guacamole in a whole-wheat tortilla, over a bed of Mexican-style rice, or even in a salad—you’ve got plenty of options.
Check out the full fork-tender carnitas recipe here.
Simple roasted Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts—you may have hated them as a kid (don’t worry, so did we), but now that you’re a grown-ass man you can’t get enough of them.
This classic method of preparation—simply roasted in the oven and seasoned with salt and pepper—is the best way to get your fill. Serve up these Brussels as a side dish, toss them into a salad, or chomp on for a healthy mid-day snack.
Check out the full simple roasted Brussels sprouts recipe here.
Apple and walnut coleslaw
You probably remember the coleslaw your relatives brought to the family barbecue as soggy, bland, and loaded up with way too much mayonnaise.
This coleslaw, however, isn’t anything like that. The combination of apple cider vinegar, fresh apples, chopped walnuts, dijon mustar, and just a touch of mayo, make for a lightened-up, perfectly balanced take on this classic.
Check out the full apple and walnut coleslaw recipe here.
Instant strawberry ice cream
This instant strawberry ice cream has it all—it’s perfectly sweet, low in calories, and ridiculously easy to make. All you need to do is blend up frozen strawberries with a bit of coconut milk (to give it a smooth, creamy texture), a dash of stevia for sweetness, and a small squeeze of lemon for balanced acidity.
Make up a batch and feel free to indulge—this dessert is pretty much guilt-free.
Check out the full instant strawberry ice cream recipe here.
Paleo baked custard
It’s time to finally take advantage of the slow cooker that’s been gathering dust in the back cabinet and put it to good use, starting with this tasty, Paleo-friendly dessert recipe.
This (no-bake) baked custard is easy to make (though it will require a few hours in the aforementioned slow cooker), fairly guilt-free, and guaranteed to impress your friends.
Check out the full Paleo baked custard recipe here.
If you love guacamole (and who doesn’t?), then we’ve got the ultimate recipe for you. It’s simple, straightforward, has just the right amount of heat, and, most important, it stays true to the classic.
Crunchy red onion, crushed garlic, salt, cilantro, a dash of hot sauce, lime, and salt allow the avocados to shine in this all-time favorite that we guarantee you’ll be eating all summer long.
Check out the full classic guacamole recipe here.
Mayonnaise in a jar
Ditch that store-bought mayo, which is usually loaded up with preservatives, and even sugar, and make your own batch at home. Not only are the flavors more complex, and undeniably tastier, it’s healthier and surprisingly easy to make.
Check out the full mayonnaise in a jar recipe here.
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