Previously, I have shared with you what my kids like to eat, and even what they take to school in their lunch box. Their diet is probably best described as 80/20, with 80 percent being paleo and 20 percent being gluten-free. I’m trying harder and harder to make sure that that 80/20 becomes 90/10, but gluten-free is still something that’s easier to manage when they are out with friends.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think it will ever happen to me, but incase you are getting sick of bacon (did I really just say that) I have an alternate recipe to add to your breakfast menu. These paleo chicken breakfast sausage patties are super tasty and make a delicious alternative to your bacon.
I’ve mentioned before that breakfast can be one of the hardest meals to get used to alternative food options when you make the switch to paleo. We’re programmed to pour a bowl of sugary cereal or toast a slice of bread. Having healthy food options prepared and ready to cook, like these sausage patties, make it easy to grab, cook and enjoy.
Looking for a light mid week meal? Perhaps something you can serve to friends at a dinner party, or as an entree? Then you should try these super easy paleo asian beef lettuce cups. This light meal can be enjoyed as is or as part of a banquet.
My love of asian dishes does not cease. I am always looking for a new way to enjoy the flavours. As the weather warms here, I want lighter meals. I don’t want the heavy comfort food so often enjoyed in the cooler, hibernating months of winter. Though light and easy, I still want to taste those same flavours. This meal ticks those boxes.
Well thats it, the challenge has come to an end. I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing these recipes with you and also receiving your images, comments, likes and texts. I’m thrilled so many of you have tried these recipes and given them the thumbs up. Those enjoying these healthy meals doesn’t just include you, but your family (especially kids) and friends.
Today I’ve decided to share another ‘How To’ with you. Roasts have always seemed to be one of the simplest and tastiest meals to me, no wonder they become regular features on a Sunday (or any day).