Today we have Monica from The Movement Menu sharing her simple recipe for a paleo chocolate ice cream. This little non-dairy treat is perfect for a weekend family feast or as a special dessert to share with you kids, friends and family. You will need an ice-cream maker for this recipe and Monica suggests adding dark chocolate chips, sea salt, nuts, homemade marshmallows or whatever takes your fancy but I think it looks great as a plain, old-fashion chocolate ice cream we all love so much. Continue reading
We love omelettes! Here we’ve gathered together some of our favourite paleo friendly omelette recipes for you to try.
Today’s Paleo Journeys guest is Lucy Lichtenstein from Feed Me – Real Food Co. I first met Lucy a couple of years ago at the Low Carb Down Under conference in Sydney. We have since been catching up for a coffee or lunch whenever we’re in the same city and chatting about our experiences and views on this ever-evolving lifestyle. I see Lucy as a bit of a veteran in the local paleo scene so I thought she would have an interesting perspective on where the movement is heading and her own journey. Lucy is also sharing her love for gelatin together with a recipe for Herbal Tea Gelatin Gummy Squares.
I have a thing for savoury pancakes, fritters and latkes – they are really simple to make and can be done for breakfast or dinner; it’s a tasty way to sneak in a few extra veggies; and they are fantastic to add to your lunch box. For these pancakes I used broccoli and eggs with a little paleo friendly starch/flour and lots of nice seasoning. To be honest, I was happy to shove them in my mouth with just a little mayo or lemon juice, but you can serve them with smoked salmon and radish as finger food, as a side dish for dinner or with some fried eggs or salad. It’s also a great vegetarian dish for those days when you don’t feel like meat.