This Valentine’s Day weekend, I had so much fun experimenting with Paleo recipes! This was by far my favorite recipe- especially since it’s breakfast- my favorite meal ever. This sweet potato hash is full of flavor and of course, low in calories. The most difficult part was grating the sweet potato, be careful not to cut yourself during this step! I used a Julienne Peeler
– but you can also use the Julienne blade on a food processor to save time. For more Paleo recipes, I recommend Eat Drink Paleo.
Over the past year (yes, I’ve been blogging for over a year and I LOVE it!) I have collected many, many cookbooks. I love sharing my favorite books with my amazing followers and fellow food bloggers. BTW, If you don’t already food blog, I highly recommend starting one! Find out how to start a cooking blog here.
I don’t follow a Paleo Diet but I love learning how to cook new recipes. The cookbook is called Eat Drink Paleo.
Some of my favorite recipes:
Baked Apple and Pork Meatballs//Sweet Potato and Caramelized Garlic Soup// Paleo Beef and Porcini Shepard’s Pies
The premise of Paleo:
Eat whole, unprocessed, nutrient-dense, nourishing foods. Prioritize grass fed and pastured meats and eggs, wild-caught seafood, and vegetables. Enjoy fruit, nuts, and seeds in moderation.
Avoid foods that will harm us by causing systemic inflammation, wrecking our guts, or derailing our natural metabolic processes. Abstain from toxic, pro-inflammatory foods like gluten-containing grains, legumes, sugar, and the laboratory-concocted food found in the middle aisles of your neighborhood supermarket.
I plan on making a few this weekend so stay tuned for my food photos and comments/critiques! Click on the cookbook above to start cooking from Eat Drink Paleo and let me know how you liked the recipes!