A Paleo diet doesn't mean giving up all your favorite foods. This fluffy banana pancake recipe swaps in almond flour, almond milk, and coconut oil for pancakes that are just as good as mom used to make.
If you need a quick meal that's also perfectly Paleo, we've got you covered. This tuna salad calls for only a handful of ingredients, and can be prepped in 20 minutes or less.
Grilled shrimp skewers complement fresh avocado, tomato, and onion in this flavorful salad. The dish clocks in at fewer than 300 calories, but still manages to pack in 22 grams of protein.
It's OK to go nuts for this coconutty granola—it's totally Paleo! A mix of almonds, pecans, raw cashews, raw pumpkin seeds, and unsweetened raw chip coconut combine for a yummy breakfast or snack.
Reach for this recipe the next time you're craving Paleo comfort food. Fresh veggies are peeled into long, noodle-like ribbons and tossed with a creamy cashew-cilantro pesto sauce. Top with shrimp, pork, or chicken for a light lunch.
These meatballs, draped in a hot and spicy Tunisian sauce, are yummier than plain Jane Paleo ground turkey recipes. If you're not a fan of fiery food, you can also try them topped with Paleo pesto.
Smoothie bowls are a nutrition-packed start to your day. Plus, they're completely customizable, meaning you get to pick all of your favorite toppings.
This warm Brussels sprouts salad is packed with a whopping 41 grams of filling protein per serving. Chicken breast, bacon, and toasted walnuts star in this hearty meal.
Finally, a snack you can feel good about! This four-ingredient recipe has all the flavor of salt and vinegar potato chips but none of the guilt.
Gorgeous tropical flavor shines through in this crusted pork tenderloin recipe. A combo of coconut, mango, and red sweet pepper will send your taste buds on vacation.
This is definitely one of our favorite Paleo turkey recipes. Juicy turkey burgers pair perfectly with a red cabbage and pear slaw. Wrapping your burger in lettuce leaves instead of a bun ensures that the rich flavors shine through.
Grocery store cashew milk often comes with a long list of ingredients—and it can be hard to figure out which ones are Paleo. Instead, DIY your own cashew milk with two simple ingredients: raw cashews and water.
Three-ingredient ice cream? Sign us up. This sweet treat calls for frozen bananas, unsweetened coconut milk, and vanilla. Plus, it only takes 10 minutes, which means you'll be scooping in next to no time.
This smoothie takes a little extra prep—you need to soak the dates in almond milk overnight—but the extra time is worth it once you take a sip. Add a tablespoon of honey if you have a sweet tooth.
Get your veggie fix with this Paleo squash salad. Lean pork tenderloin cranks up the protein count, while delicata squash, shallots, and baby spinach keep things fresh.
This nondairy ice cream channels the same creamy texture of regular ice cream. A cinnamon-almond-crunch topping gives this dreamy dessert a boost of texture and flavor.
This Paleo turkey meat loaf is easy and quick. Smaller portions mean less time in the oven; once the loaves are ready, everyone can enjoy their own mini serving. Make a big batch, and surprise your crowd with a unique Paleo Thanksgiving meal.
Paleo recipes are often simple and to the point—and this pan-roasted chicken is no exception. You only need five ingredients to create this flavorful meal.
Cranberries aren't just for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This stunning roasted cauliflower dish proves the tart berry can be enjoyed year-round. Serve as a salad, side, or light lunch.
Your morning routine just got easier. These two-ingredient pancakes are here to save the day—and allow you more time to wake up.
The key to this flavorful pork roast is the marinade. For a zesty flavor infusion, let the pork rest in a mix of lime, cilantro, olive oil, garlic, chili powder, onion powder, kosher salt, and cayenne pepper. Grill for 25 to 30 minutes, then enjoy with your favorite Paleo guacamole.
No more sad salads. Step up your leafy-green game with this spinach and salmon salad. A flavorful flaxseed dressing rounds out the healthy dinner recipe.
Going dairy-free has never been easier. Soaked almonds, plus a bit of kosher salt, honey, and vanilla, blend into smooth and creamy almond milk.
These fish-and-veggie packets are perfect for a night when you don't feel like cooking. Arrange fish, veggies, and seasonings on a square of parchment paper, then fold up and bake.
This gorgeous smoothie has a few secrets: You'd never be able to tell that it's hiding nutrient-rich beets and Swiss chard.
This spicy poached egg dish is perfect for a weekend brunch. Not only is it Paleo, but it's also a safe option for gluten-free and vegetarian friends.
A mix of spices gives basic boneless chicken thighs Moroccan flavor. Serve with harissa paste—a mix of hot peppers, spices, and seasonings. Be sure to check the label before buying to make sure all ingredients in your paste are Paleo-friendly.