Fun, festive and FREE of dairy, legumes and corn - this is the perfect Paleo Taco Dip to bring to a party or enjoy while watching your favorite game! Can be made as individual servings or one big casserole dish.
Nothing says you can’t still enjoy taco night when you live a grain-free lifestyle! This recipe takes classic taco flavors and deconstructs them to create a deliciously fresh salad. Enjoy this meal for lunch or dinner any day of the week!
Rutabagas have become an almost-whole-family-approved veggie since we first tried them a few months ago, and a ranch seasoning blend is always a huge hit around here. This is the ratio of herbs/seasonings my family enjoys in the ranch seasoning blend, but you can adjust as necessary to suit your taste.
Roasting rutabagas brings out a slight sweetness, and everyone I serve them to thinks they are potatoes at first. They have a mild flavor similar to a Yukon gold potato (as long as you store them in a cool dark place and use them before they develop soft spots or grow sprouts), and their texture is very firm like a carrot. Use a very sharp knife when peeling and dicing and work on a stable surface!
Having a Moscow Mule says ‘summertime’ to me. This particular drink was popular during the 1950s and has experienced a resurgence in recent years. Like many others, I love the refreshing combination of ginger beer and lime juice. If you want to experiment with our Ginger Beer recipe (pg 288 in our new book, Make It Paleo 2 - available for preorder now on Amazon), this is a great way to fully test it out when the book arrives. My favorite vodka brand to use is Three Hunters Vodka, a Paleo-friendly version of the spirit distilled from grapes and blueberries.
Here’s my healthy homemade version of Starbuck’s famous Mocha Frappuccino® Blended Coffee! A delicious cold drink for these upcoming warm summer days with a strong coffee flavor, and a creamy and icy texture that is guilt-free ☺