28 December, 2012

Adventures in Paleo Cooking, Part 4

I have so many Paleo recipes that I want to tell you guys about so I'll break them into 2 posts for now.  I've been doing a lot of cooking since the last time I posted recipes and happy to report that a lot of them have been really good!

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Blueberry Banana Brownies (Civilized Caveman Cooking)
- These were delicious!  The banana and blueberries gave these a great flavor, but you don't even need the blueberries.  Will def be making these again.

Photo from Civilized Caveman Cooking

Cranberry Ginger Cookies (Civilized Caveman Cooking)
- These tasted great too.  Slightly burned the bottoms though so I felt bad bringing them to my work party.  Need to attempt these again and watch how long I keep them in there!

I didn't take a pic of the burnt bottoms :) 

Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta & London Broil (PaleOMG)
- Fairly easy to make and tasted just like cream sauce.  Next time I'll add crushed red pepper flakes to the sauce for an extra kick.  Just used 3 large zucchini and no other squash.

I need pretty new plates so I can take better food pics!

Italian Meatloaf (PaleOMG)
- Really good!  I also had to add oregano into the meatloaf and the sauce b/c that's what a good Italian/Greek girl does.  It can't be called Italian without it, IMO.

Pic from PaleOMG


Lemon Cucumber Noodles w/Cumin (Civilized Caveman Cooking)
- So easy and refreshing!  Finally bought a julienne peeler and it works wonders, I love it.  Have also used curry powder instead of cumin and it was delicious.

Pic from Civilized Caveman Cooking

Oven Roasted Tomatoes (NomNom Paleo)
- Aaaaaamazing and quite possibly the easiest thing to make ever!  Used grape tomatoes instead and only sprinkled with salt, pepper, basil, and olive oil.    More addicting than chips.  Nomnomnom!  I now buy a full carton of grape tomatoes each trip and JUST make this with them.  Bad part is I eat the whole container in one sitting.

Pic from NomNomPaleo


Enjoy!  More recipes to come in a few days!  

4 comments

  1. I totally need some healthy recipes after the holidays and these look great. That London Broil and zucchini is definitely calling my name!

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  2. The zucchini noodles and sauce (minute the london broil for me!) look so good! I may have to try making that part of the recipe.

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