Side Dish Recipes

Crunchy Quinoa Crusted Sweet Potato Fries

Serves 4

Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these healthy gluten free sweet potato fries are about to rock your world! They're "breaded" using a quinoa loaf and hemp seeds, then baked until golden brown. Sweet potato fries are the perfect alternative to french fries and make a mouthwatering snack, especially served with this White Bean Dip.

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Fermented Vegetables

Yes you can make your own fermented vegetables at home! It only takes a few basic instruments and ingredients. Basically, most lacto-fermented foods are nothing more than whole, chopped, sliced or grated vegetables placed in a brine of salt and water for a period of time at room temperature to let the beneficial bacteria develop. Here is a suggestion for vegetable combination--but feel free to use any vegetables you like! 

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Holiday Green Bean Casserole

Ditch the cans and get cooking your favorite holiday side dish with caramelized onions, fresh mushrooms and a creamy parsnip sauce! 

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Massaged Kale Salad

Put a little elbow grease into this recipe! Massaging your kale with an acid like lemon juice makes the raw leaves tender and delicious, plus easier to digest.

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Mini Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

 If you love buffalo wings, you're going to love these easy and mess-free buffalo chicken meatballs. They're a whole lot healthier than the traditional appetizer!


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Paleo Cranberry Stuffing

A gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo stuffing recipe that's perfect for the holidays. Made up a loaf of homemade flax bread, cranberries, apple juice and a hint of ginger, it'll surprise you in all the right ways!

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Paleo Creamy Hot Artichoke Dip

Learn how to make this delicious Paleo Creamy Hot Artichoke Dip.

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Paleo Lime Mayo

Have you read the ingredients of some of those store bought mayonnaise?  YUCK! Soybean oil is in every mayo on the grocery store shelf, even if it says it's made from olive oil. 

You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make your own, homemade and paleo mayo with simple ingredients.

Remember, the mayo expires when your eggs expire.

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