Articles by: Cavegirl Cuisine
This Turkey Scramble is such a quick and easy family meal. Whip up this healthy and grain-free meal for a table of smiling faces. If wraps are your family’s thing, offer up some Bibb lettuce leaves for those who want wraps!
Paleo soups are my favorite recipes. They are able to be so layered with flavors due to seasonal veggies and fresh herbs. Soups are wonderful bowls of love…some are silky, some are creamy, some are hearty…but most all are flavorful and bring back feelings of comfort.
It’s pumpkin season…so Pumpkin Bars fit right into the season. These paleo, grain-free bars don’t disappoint…I hope you enjoy!
This Fennel and Apple Slaw would be a great side dish to a simple chicken or fish dinner. It has a little sweet, a little spicy, and a lot of crunch and flavor!
Coffee Blocks is great way to get healthy fats in the morning and an easy way to eliminate the need for sugar. It is perfect for the on-the-go mom, dad, c0llege student, professional…um, just about all of us!
These were inspired by my crazy obsession with American Horror Story! The new season, Freak Show, just started and this is my carny ode to the show…corn dogs!
Here’s a tip: I used to fill my waffle maker all the way to the edges to make the “pefect” waffle. I now like the rustic feel of just pouring my batter in the center…I love the rough edges that it creates.
If you don’t have duck available, chicken thighs can be easily substituted in this recipe for the duck breasts.
Your kids will be thrilled when they see these chocolate bars in their lunch boxes. These bars are quick to whip up and quick to eat. The amount of honey can be varied depending on your desired sweetness level.