Paleo Diet Recipes Eventually you’ll want to keep your pantry
completely stocked… And we’ll talk later about what items you
want to keep on hand.
But to start, you might not want to make such a
big investment. It helps to start with some simple meal planning
and then once you are happy this is working for
you, you can stock up your pantry with more Paleo items.
This will make it easier for you to plan and stick
to your paleo diet. The following are some examples of what you
can eat for each meal: For Breakfast
Smoothies made from produce and healthy oils Eggs
Fruit and nuts or Pancakes made from coconut flour For Lunch
Soup made from meat and vegetables Egg salad
Lettuce wraps Tuna salad
Green salad with oil and vinegar dressing or Chicken breast with vegetables For Dinner
Grilled chicken and salad Shrimp
Sea scallops Steak and vegetables
Spaghetti squash with tomato sauce Pork chops
Pork tenderloin or a Pot roast And for Desserts
Fruit salad Cookies made from coconut flour and bananas
for sweetness or Baked apples with cinnamon and nuts and
a bit of honey. You can find many great Paleo recipes online
or in cookbooks.
One of the things that will help you to enjoy the
flavors of your new food is to make sure and use seasonings.
While salt is a big no-no, you can use many fresh herbs that add delicious flavor. While you shouldn’t use refined sugars, some
people choose to use honey or maple syrup as
a natural sweetener for desserts and smoothies. These natural sweeteners don’t cause your
blood sugar to spike. Just make sure you use organic and as
unrefined as possible. Be prepared for what you can eat when you’re
between meals. It’s especially important to have snacks that
you can take with you on-the-go.
Here are some easy ideas for snacks: Beef jerky, unsalted trail mix, plantain chips,
dried fruit, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, kale
chips, tuna, fruit, a slice of ham, hard boiled eggs, pickles, protein shakes or fruit smoothies.
These can take the edge off of your hunger until
your next main meal.