Vanilla rooibos tea, apple juice, honey, fruit, and water combine to make delicious, naturally sweet ice pops. Plus, look how pretty they are!
No, we're not trying to trick you—these creamy, chocolaty pots de creme really are Paleo. Coconut milk starts the dish, then cinnamon plus four other spices give it its chai flavor.
You have no idea how delicious pears can be until you try this recipe. To totally reinvent the fruit, poach it in freshly squeezed orange juice, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.
Just because you eat Paleo doesn't mean you have to give up the comfort of ice cream. This dairy-free frozen treat is made mostly from unsweetened coconut milk, then sweetened with honey and vanilla bean.
Berries and grapes become dessert when sweetened simply with honey, cinnamon, butter, and lemon juice.
It's pretty, but does the taste live up to its appearance? You bet. Orange and lemon juices, agave syrup, an orange, and a lemon make for a tasty, healthy, ice treat.
Maybe you've seen our non-Paleo version of these bite-size sweets, but with a few simple swaps, they're free of dairy and added sugars—but full of flavor.
Roasting peaches in butter and lime juice brings out the natural flavors of the fruit. Toss in ground ancho chile pepper to give it a kick!
This isn't just banana-flavor ice cream—it's ice cream that's actually made from frozen bananas. Just add unsweetened coconut milk and vanilla, and freeze!
This pretty pina colada-flavor frozen treat is so satisfying. Just-picked mint leaves give it a super fresh taste.