So my wife asked me a while back what my favorite dessert was that I missed from years past when we did not eat a Paleo diet. I responded with my all-time childhood favorite: key lime pie. Fast forward to this past weekend, and a prior attempt later, we have have a full Paleo key lime pie that will rival even the toughest pie critics. And thanks to my wife’s hard work and dedication, she nailed the flavor, texture, and scent of fresh homemade key lime pie.
Published just in time for a cozy stay-at-home Sunday morning breakfast, these pancakes will certainly become a favorite for the whole family as they have been for mine.
And while the title simply says, “Pancakes”, I assure you that they are anything but plain. These entirely Paleo pancakes will bring the delicate balance between flavor and texture of one of the world’s favorite and popular cakes into your kitchen.
With the weather turning cooler and the leaves falling, who doesn’t like the warm rich flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves?
This recipe will save you a good amount of money on buying Paleo granola in the grocery stores, while satisfying your craving of everything pumpkin spice. Not to mention once made the granola is perfect for a quick breakfast or equally satisfying as a late night snack.
Wait, what? Five minutes for a brownie? Paleo? Seriously? The answer to all of those questions is: YES!
Picture this: It is the evening. You want something sweet. You want something chocolaty. You want something that is small. You want something that does not take longer to make than it does to eat. Most of all, you want a brownie that is moist, hot, and tastes, well, like a rich chocolate brownie! Insert my microwavable individual Paleo brownie.
One of my favorite childhood memories was running after the neighborhood ice cream truck and buying a creamsicle ice cream on a stick in the hot summer sun. So naturally, I wanted to recreate this great familiar flavor in a Paleo friendly recipe that I could share with the rest of the world.
The texture and more importantly the flavor will hit on smooth, rich, and just enough orange flavor to not overpower the experience but instead allow you to savor, close your eyes, and think back to yesteryear when you last had an orange creamsicle ice cream.
I wanted a portable chocolate treat that I could take with me while I travel and that would stick to my Paleo diet. So I created these rich chocolatey cupcakes that are sweet, sticky, and have that traditional cupcake texture we all know and love.
Or as I call it at home “Paleo rice pudding” because the texture is identical to rice pudding.
The tapioca will soften its granules and the sweet smooth milk surrounding them will thicken into a pudding texture when cooled. The added bananas and cinnamon round out the taste in a savory deep sweet flavor that will leave the dessert dish empty and the family asking for seconds.