Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations http://civilizedcavemancooking.com Easy Paleo Recipes - Gluten Free Recipes Fri, 12 Feb 2016 06:55:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Sliders http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/poultry/crockpot-buffalo-chicken/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/poultry/crockpot-buffalo-chicken/#comments Thu, 11 Feb 2016 00:05:48 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15954 I feel like I am on a roll with cooking again. I have been in the kitchen brainstorming, creating, testing and snapchatting behind the scenes of new content. […]

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Crockpot Buffalo Chicken sliders
I feel like I am on a roll with cooking again. I have been in the kitchen brainstorming, creating, testing and snapchatting behind the scenes of new content. I even got motivated to start shooting some basic videos which I did for this crockpot buffalo chicken recipe. I even made a separate video with the best time saving cooking hack I know to date. Please share the video after you watch!

Best Kitchen Cooking Hack ever – What a time Saver

How to Shred ChickenMy Favorite Life Hack – How to Shred Chicken!!

Posted by Civilized Caveman Cooking – SnapChat: Cookingcaveman on Tuesday, February 9, 2016


Before you ask. I also use the same method for shredding pulled pork and turkey. I haven’t tried any other meats but as long as they don’t have bones you should be pretty safe. This method is fast, clean and easy. No more burnt fingers or spending 20 minutes shredding meat with two forks.


The fastest way to shred cooked meat ever, your life is about to change!
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Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Sliders


Both videos are pretty cool right? I think I want to keep creating both types of video and I need your feedback. Do you like how they are only about 1 minute in length? Leave me a comment below with your thoughts after you share the video.

This may not be a surprise to you but crockpot recipes are my absolute favorite. They are easy to cook, easy to clean and make lots of scrumptious leftovers. I love crockpots so much I actually dedicated an entire page of my website to them for you with an awesome infographic. See the Ultimate Guide to Slow Cookers here.

I can’t wait to see all your pictures of this recipe. Make sure you send me videos and pictures on Snapchat (username: cookingcaveman) so I can respond and answer any questions you have.

5.0 from 3 reviews
Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Sliders
 
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  1. Combine butter, hot sauce, coconut aminos and granulated garlic in a bowl and mix well (This recipe works great with just the butter and hot sauce as well)
  2. Line the bottom of your crockpot with chicken breasts
  3. Pour hot sauce mixture over chicken ensuring everything is covered
  4. Place lid on crockpot, set on high and cook for 4 hours
  5. Once done cooking, shred chicken in the crockpot using a handmixer (video above) or by hand
  6. Serve as is or turn into sliders using Udi's gluten-free buns and coleslaw of your choice

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Bacon Spaghetti Squash Fritters http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/pork/bacon-spaghetti-squash-fritters/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/pork/bacon-spaghetti-squash-fritters/#comments Sat, 30 Jan 2016 23:42:15 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15925 Well it’s been quite a while since I have typed one of these posts. I actually had to go back through old posts to remember how to type […]

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Bacon Spaghetti Squash Fritters

Well it’s been quite a while since I have typed one of these posts. I actually had to go back through old posts to remember how to type this spaghetti squash fritters recipe. I definitely miss blogging, specifically reading everyone’s comments when they make a new recipe. I have a feeling that you will be seeing regular posts from me again on this site and Snapchat. Make sure you follow me on Snapchat by searching CookingCaveman or CivilizedCaveman. You can also add me by saving this image and uploading to SnapChat.

Spaghetti Squash Fritters

I made this recipe because I had already cooked a bunch of spaghetti squash and I just couldn’t stomach eating it by itself for another meal. Sometimes I wish I could eat the same thing over and over but my taste buds don’t agree with that theory. I saw the spaghetti squash sitting in the refrigerator next to some delicious bacon and raw cheddar cheese from organic pastures dairy.

So of course my next logical thought was savory pancakes for dinner which are also known as bacon spaghetti squash fritters now. I wanted to keep this recipe as simple as possible while packing in tremendous flavor. I tested this recipe while Snapchatting the whole thing and I was pumped it worked the first time. I don’t know when I will make them again, but I love the amount of flavor possibilities you can have with these. Leave me a comment below when you get adventurous and try some different flavors.


Perfect Spaghetti Squash every time! Then use it to make Bacon Fritters!
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Before I forget, I also included my recipe for perfect cooked whole spaghetti squash every time. To be honest, it is dangerous to cut most squashes while they are raw so the recipe below is safe and simple. Poke some holes, throw it in the oven and then you are done with a lot of spaghetti squash prepared for various recipes.

Speaking of spaghetti squash recipes, I have included a few of my favorites below. They are in season right now so stock up and start cooking. I look forward to seeing your creations on Instagram and Snapchat.

Spaghetti Squash Recipes

The recipe required 3 cups cooked spaghetti squash. The steps below include cooking your spaghetti squash which can be done a few days in advance. Before using your spaghetti squash ensure you remove as much moisture as possible.

Bacon Spaghetti Squash Fritters
 
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  1. Important: Wring out the spaghetti squash by wrapping portions of it in paper towels and squeezing hard with your hands over the sink. Remove as much liquid as possible
  2. In a large bowl, using electric mixer, beat 3 eggs on high speed for 1-2 minutes
  3. Add cassava flour and continue beating for about 30 seconds to combine
  4. To the same bowl, add spaghetti squash, raw cheddar cheese, and hot sauce
  5. Mix well until all the mixture has uniform consistency, add chopped bacon and mix
  6. Heat a large cast iron skillet on medium-high heat until VERY hot
  7. Add cooking fat to hot pan (bacon fat, duck fat, coconut oil, butter)
  8. Spoon a heaping tablespoon of the batter for each fritter and drop on the skillet (~3 inches)
  9. Shape your fritter using a spatula and flattening them out
  10. Cook until the bottom side of each fritter is golden brown, about 2-3 minutes
  11. Flip fritters to the opposite side, reduce heat to medium, and cook 2-3 more minutes
  12. Turn off the heat and let the fritters sit in the skillet (uncovered) for 2-3 more minutes (ensure bottom isn't burned, remove if too dark)
  13. Do 4 fritters at a time, you should have a total of 2 batches (8 fritters total).
  14. Serve and enjoy!

Perfect Cooked Whole Spaghetti Squash
 
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  • 1 whole spaghetti squash
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  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Prick the squash all over with the tines of a fork
  3. Place on an aluminum lined baking sheet, and put the squash on its side in the preheated oven Bake for about 1 hour, or until soft to the touch. Turn once mid-baking
  4. Remove from the oven, let cool for about 10 minutes before slicing
  5. Slice it horizontally, and scoop out the seeds and pulp
  6. Separate strands with a fork
  7. Serve immediately or store in your refrigerator until you use it (can be stored for 5 days)

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Pumpkin Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Dates http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/snacks/bacon-wrapped-dates/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/snacks/bacon-wrapped-dates/#comments Tue, 17 Nov 2015 05:18:40 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15859 One of our awesome Civilized Caveman team members is back with another delicious post. Amber has shared some of her best recipes with us before in the form […]

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It's time to take the boring holiday desserts and step them up a few levels. These pumpkin stuffed bacon wrapped dates are easy to make and droolworthy. Enjoy this recipe from CivilizedCaveman.com

One of our awesome Civilized Caveman team members is back with another delicious post. Amber has shared some of her best recipes with us before in the form of Flourless Chocolate Muffins and this one is just as great. Nothing like taking a delicious recipe like bacon wrapped dates and making it even better by stuffing it with pumpkin. Since the holiday season is upon us, go whip up enough of these to keep you stuffed and have a few leftover to share. Now, here is Amber.

Bacon Wrapped Dates stuffed with Pumpkin

I’m super stoked to be back with another recipe y’all are going to love!

This killer appetizer of Pumpkin Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Dates will be a much welcome and perfect addition to your paleo Thanksgiving feast.

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because I am blessed enough to have a crazy large family to share it with. The giving of thanks goes well into the weekend while we travel across both North & South Carolina feeding our faces with fried turkey, green beans, macaroni and cheese, squash casserole, BBQ pork, dressing & gravy, steamed oysters with bacon and hot sauce, and syrupy sweet tea.


Step up your holiday dessert game with pumpkin stuffed bacon wrapped dates. Drooling!
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Our afternoons are packed with 4 wheeler rides through the woods, roasting marshmallows by a blazing bonfire, cuddling up with my grandmother for impromptu harmonizations of church hymns, drawing names for the yearly family Christmas gift exchange, and chatting with my cousins while sipping on piping hot cups of hazelnut turtle hot chocolate. Around the holidays, my life is truly a Hallmark Christmas movie.  

Food has always been a huge part of my southern upbringing, and my memories are filled with learning how to make biscuits with my grandmothers and mashing potatoes with my aunts. Trying to stick to a 100% Paleo or clean eating lifestyle around the holidays can be a challenge, but it is possible with just a few tweaks.

It's time to take the boring holiday desserts and step them up a few levels. These pumpkin stuffed bacon wrapped dates are easy to make and droolworthy. Enjoy this recipe from CivilizedCaveman.com

How to Eat Clean during the Holidays

Most of the time it’s super easy to make Paleo modifications to holiday dishes without too much effort. Recreate sweet potato casserole loaded with brown sugar and marshmallows by subbing coconut sugar and a toasted pecan topping instead. Or serve my Apple Cider Glazed Brussels Sprouts instead of green bean casserole made with that icky gloop out of a can. *shudders*

If you’re looking for an impeccable holiday snack or appetizer idea, these bacon wrapped dates are for you. They’re crazy easy to make and are so, so delicious you may have an issue serving them to your guests because you’ll want them all for yourself!

I live in a very rural area that actually seems to be getting with the times because I finally found Medjool dates at our grocery store the other day! Mind you they were way more expensive than I would’ve like to pay because the majority of people around here have never even heard of them, but I happily bought the store out of their stock because these dates do not last long in my house.

I think I’ve made these a minimum of 5 times already and they rarely last into the evening.

This recipe makes about 24 servings so if you have a huge family like me, you may want to double or even triple the batch. You won’t regret it.

I like to add a little bit of coconut sugar to the pumpkin mixture because I have a crazy sweet tooth, and I feel like some of the sweetness bakes out of the dates when they’re cooked.

My husband thought I was crazy when I told him I didn’t think they were sweet enough, and he said he didn’t think the recipe needed the addition of the coconut sugar so that customization should totally be based upon your own tastes.

The caramelization that happens to these bad boys is positively swoon worthy and the combo of the smoky, salty bacon swirled with the sweet, chewy dates will send your senses into hysterics…in a good way. They’re a great dish to serve as a starter, a sweet treat, or as a late night snack while snuggling on the couch with your honey.

4.5 from 2 reviews
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  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 tablespoon coconut sugar (optional)
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 24 medjool dates, pitted
  • 8 slices of applewood smoked bacon
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 500 degrees (F) and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a small bowl, stir together pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, coconut sugar, and sea salt until well combined.
  3. Stack the bacon slices together then cut into 3 sections (or thirds) making a total of 24 small, evenly sized slices.
  4. Scoop the pumpkin mixture into a small zip top sandwich bag (or piping bag) then snip off a small section of one of the corners.
  5. Slice the dates open lengthwise, squeeze a small amount of the pumpkin mixture into
  6. each date, then wrap each date with a slice of bacon.
  7. Put bacon wrapped dates on the prepared baking sheet, seam side down. Repeat step 5 until all dates are filled.
  8. Bake dates on the top oven rack for 12-14 minutes or until the bacon is crispy and golden brown.
  9. Allow to cool slightly then serve.
  10. Enjoy!

 

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Quick & Easy Dessert Recipes with Video http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/periscope/quick-and-easy-dessert-recipes/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/periscope/quick-and-easy-dessert-recipes/#comments Tue, 03 Nov 2015 00:48:10 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15841 Welcome to the second Hugs & Bacon TV Show post on the website where we dive right in and cover quick and easy dessert recipes with Primal Bake Shop. […]

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Welcome to the second Hugs & Bacon TV Show post on the website where we dive right in and cover quick and easy dessert recipes with Primal Bake Shop. On the daily show (Monday-Friday), I will be covering topics ranging from Paleo Cooking, Fitness, Mindset, Life, Marriage, Pit Bulls and anything else you ask me for. If you have any topics, questions or suggestions leave it in the comments below.


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Housekeeping for the Show

There are a couple of “Rules” for the show. Actually they are requests so we can continue inspire and empower people to Join the Civilized Caveman family using our #hugsandbacon power. Here they are:

  • Paying it forward and sharing is encouraged and requested. My content is free so I ask that you “pay” in social currency. Pinterest, Instagram, and Periscope are my preferred platforms, but everything is appreciated.
    1. Follow me on all those Social media platforms and tell your friends too :)
    2. To Pin the post, place your mouse over the image at the top of the post and click the red pinterest icon.
    3. If posting on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook use the hashtag #hugsandbacon so we can find it and share it.
  • Positivity is not only recommended, it’s actually required. No negativity will be tolerated. You will be blocked and banned. We are here to inspire, empower and encourage each other to be the best versions of ourselves, nothing less than that will be allowed.
  • Feedback is Requested – These posts and shows are evolving and I want to make them as best as possible. Please share ANY ideas, questions, or critiques you have in the comments. I read them all.
  • Every post will have the video of the live show. The post will be live for 1-2 days before the video is uploaded due to processing. If you find this post and missed the live show, check back in 24 hours.

Information for all Products and Discounts

Here are all the links to all the products we talked about on the quick and easy dessert episode of the Hugs and Bacon show. For this episode only and the next 48 hours, you can get 20% off everything linked below. The code is: CAVEMAN (click on the links below to shop)

Recipes Mentioned in the Show


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5 Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes

If you don’t know by now, I am a food blogger so you would think I make all of my food from scratch or I should at least. One lesson I learned in life, is that if there is someone that specializes in something and does it better than you, support them. It’s less stressful, less messy in this case and leads to much more happiness. I make some amazing dessert recipes, and my best creation ever is number 5 on this list. For the other 4, our friend Dana from Primal Bake Shop has mastered her baking mixes. I have tried to make my own, they come nowhere close and my wife and daughter have both told me to stick with only the Primal Bake Shop Salted Caramel.

  • Pumpkin Muffin Mix – Nothing better for the season than spiced pumpkin bread.
  • Salted Caramel Cookie – Sweet and Salty goodness.
  • Chocolate Brownie Cookie – Super rich and dark, bake these cookies long enough so they are gooey in the middle!
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie – The classic cookie, crisp on the edges and soft in the middle, dark chocolate chips in every bite.  They are seriously better than your childhood favorites, plus eating the dough will change your life.
  • World Famous Banana Bread – This recipe was created by mistake and has been viewed over 15 million times on my website. It is our most popular recipe, responsible for successful marriages and has probably led to some children. You can use it for Bread, muffins, pancakes, or even waffles. Enjoy  

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10 tips for Gluten Free Baking with Video http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/periscope/10-tips-for-gluten-free-baking/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/periscope/10-tips-for-gluten-free-baking/#comments Sat, 31 Oct 2015 01:17:12 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15822 Welcome to the first Hugs & Bacon TV Show post on the website where we dive right in and cover 10 tips for gluten free baking. On the […]

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10 tips for gluten free baking

Welcome to the first Hugs & Bacon TV Show post on the website where we dive right in and cover 10 tips for gluten free baking. On the daily show (Monday-Friday), I will be covering topics ranging from Paleo Cooking, Fitness, Mindset, Life, Marriage, Pit Bulls and anything else you ask me for. If you have any topics, questions or suggestions leave it in the comments below.


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Housekeeping for the Show

There are a couple of “Rules” for the show. Actually they are requests so we can continue inspire and empower people to Join the Civilized Caveman family using our #hugsandbacon power. Here they are:

  • Paying it forward and sharing is encouraged and requested. My content is free so I ask that you “pay” in social currency. Pinterest, Instagram, and Periscope are my preferred platforms, but everything is appreciated.
    1. Follow me on all those Social media platforms and tell your friends too :)
    2. To Pin the post, place your mouse over the image at the top of the post and click the red pinterest icon.
    3. If posting on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook use the hashtag #hugsandbacon so we can find it and share it.
  • Positivity is not only recommended, it’s actually required. No negativity will be tolerated. You will be blocked and banned. We are here to inspire, empower and encourage each other to be the best versions of ourselves, nothing less than that will be allowed.
  • Feedback is Requested – These posts and shows are evolving and I want to make them as best as possible. Please share ANY ideas, questions, or critiques you have in the comments. I read them all.
  • Every post will have the video of the live show. The post will be live for 1-2 days before the video is uploaded due to processing. If you find this post and missed the live show, check back in 24 hours.

Information for all Products and Discounts

Here are all of my tips for gluten free baking and as requested, all the links where we source all of our ingredients with the discounts and specials.

  • Thrive Market – $10 Off, 2 months free and Free Shipping. Pretty much ALL of our non perishable goods at over 50% off retail prices.
  • Otto’s Cassava Flour – The best gluten free and grain free baking flour in the world
  • Vital Proteins – The only collagen we use and add Collagen Peptides to everything

Recipes Mentioned in the Show

Articles Mentioned in the Show

10 Tips for Gluten Free Baking

  1. Forget everything you know about traditional baking. Most, if not all of it will not apply.
  2. Coconut Flour is not a 1:1 substitution with traditional flours or pretty much any other flour. It needs to be treated as it’s own special ingredient because if used incorrectly, it will ruin your baked goods. The most important tip: Never let your batter with coconut flour in it sit for any period of time. It will continue to absorb moisture and ruin your batter. The best way to use coconut flour in baking is to start with a recipe you already know works.
  3. For those of you with nut allergies, Sunbutter is a great nut-free alternative in all baking. For a fun tip, add baking soda to the batter and it will turn the Sunbutter green. Don’t get scared, it’s just the chlorophyll reacting but you can use this to make St. Patty’s day treats for your kids.
  4. There IS A difference between almond flour and almond meal. Almond flour is finer and the skins are removed. Almond meal is best used for cookies or less delicate baking needs
  5. You can use REAL FOOD for color in your gluten or grain free baking. Here are the colors I have used:
    • Pink – beet powder or freeze dried raspberries
    • Orange – goji berries
    • Red – freeze dried strawberries
    • Blue – freeze dried blueberries
  6. If you are allergic to eggs or just don’t like them, you can substitute organic unsweetened applesauce. It acts as a binder in baking and also provides moistness.
  7. Most gluten free baking recipes call for coconut oil. When coconut oil is added to cooler substances, such as eggs, the oil can solidify which makes it harder to distribute evenly. Make sure you melt it before adding it to your batter.
  8. Different brands of the same ingredient may taste and react very differently. If your recipe doesn’t result in exactly what you were shooting for, don’t give up, try another brand. In all of my recipes, I specify a brand where it matters. The biggest culprit for this tip is coconut flour.
  9. If there are fruits in your recipes that are out of season, head for the arctic section of the store. Organic frozen fruits can go straight from the frozen bag, into your batter and then into the oven. I have only tested this with raspberries and blueberries, but I hear others work too.
  10. If you don’t have access to gluten free baking ingredients (almond flour, coconut flour, collagen, arrowroot flour, raw honey, organic maple syrup), sign up for Thrive Market and get shopping. You will typically save around 50% compared to stores and it’s delivered right to your door. Normally in 1-2 days for free (orders over $49).

 

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Butterscotch Coffee – R-Rating Optional http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/drinks/butterscotch-coffee/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/drinks/butterscotch-coffee/#comments Sat, 03 Oct 2015 04:11:08 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15781 After months and months of me talking about it, I finally remembered to post the Butterscotch Coffee recipe. I had shared on Periscope and then forgot again. We can all […]

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butterscotch coffee

After months and months of me talking about it, I finally remembered to post the Butterscotch Coffee recipe. I had shared on Periscope and then forgot again. We can all thank National Coffee Day for kicking my memory back into gear and making this post for you. My brain has been at its upper limit for a while heading into the final week before the wedding, building the new house, and I forgot the rest of the list. Needless to say, this butterscotch coffee calms me down and you will love it.

ButterScotch Coffee – Better than Pumpkin Spice Latte’s

After posting on Facebook, I had a LOT of recommendations to make this an adult version as well. I have not tested since I do not drink often but there were quite a few tips to add Captain Morgan, Ciroc Vodka, or some silver Tequila. If you happen to try the adult version, make sure you leave a comment with your recipe so others can try.


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I will say, one thing I have been doing daily since discovering Collagen is adding it to any beverage I can. It is completely tasteless and adds 18g of protein per serving while making my body sexy from the inside out. I did an entire post on the Benefits of Collagen. So whether you enjoy the PG-13 version of this or the R-Rated one, make sure you keep it healthy with collagen.

More Delicious Coffee Recipes

I had a few people ask about Pin it buttons on my website. We have this tool and have for a while, hover your mouse over the image below and you will see it. With that being said, I made the below image so you will always have the recipe. Remember it, pin it, save it, post it and most of all enjoy it. I look forward to reading your comments!

butterscotch coffee

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  1. Combine all ingredients except the alcohol in a blender, food processor or large container and use an immersion blender to blend this extremely well (around 30 seconds)
  2. Add the alcohol (optional) and then stir gently
  3. Serve immediately and enjoy

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Weekly Meal Plan – Paleo Meal Plan 9 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/9/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/9/#comments Thu, 27 Aug 2015 20:00:11 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15606 Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, […]

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paleo meal plan 9

Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, shopping lists, kitchen tips, pantry staples, side dishes, desserts and resources galore.

You will see people offering 1 week, 2 weeks, 30 days etc for your meal plans which are all great. We just knew that most people eat 365 days a year, not just 14 so we wanted to cater to them which I am pretty sure includes you :) Our meal plans are made every week and updated with our latest recipes as well as popular recipes from other awesome bloggers.

Paleo Meal Plan

Our goal is to help you feel better than you’ve every felt while enjoying every bite of food and moment of your life while on your Paleo diet lifestyle. You’ll never go hungry, get stressed or fail because there is only winning when you choose to take care of your body. Perfection doesn’t exist, so we just encourage you to do your best, love yourself and keep smiling. There is no right way or wrong way to live this lifestyle, the only rule is that you start.

IMPORTANT: You don’t need to make every meal or use the full meal plan. You don’t need to buy the whole shopping list or stock your pantry all at once. All you need to do is start by making SMALL changes.


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With all that being said, you can dive right into this week’s meal plan or use some previous weeks to learn some tips on winning at life or starting a Whole 30. No matter what you need, we have you covered. Here are some options:

So with all this information on this paleo meal plan and all the others I have on the site, you should be off and kicking butt in no time. I like to include a little throwback to some of my favorite recipes in these posts. You can make them now, swap them into your meal plan or just pin them for later. Either way, here they are:

Paleo Meal Plan 8

paleo meal plan 9

Monday

Cluck-Moo Breakfast Sausage

Dairy-Free Potato Soup from Gal on a Mission

Crock Pot Apple Rosemary Pork Loin

Tuesday

Bacon Turmeric Quiche from Grok Grub

Creamy Coconut Eggplant Curry from The Iron You

Wednesday

Creamy Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Apple Salad from Do You Even Paleo?

Lavender Lamb Loin Chops with Grilled Blood Oranges

Thursday

Black Pepper and Sea Salt Crusted Roast Beef Lunch Meat from Allergy Free Alaska

Paleo Chicken and Broccoli from Love Living Whole

Friday

Banana Almond Butter Shake from WholeHogPaleo

Green Coconut Salmon from Zenbelly

Saturday

Lemon Crêpes with Blackberries and Peaches

Sweet Crockpot Pulled Pork

Sunday

Brunch Skewers from Mangia Paleo

Ginger Sirloin with Strawberry Salsa

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Weekly Meal Plan – 8/21/15 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/8/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/8/#comments Thu, 20 Aug 2015 20:45:37 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15602 Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, […]

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Paleo Meal Plan 8

Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, shopping lists, kitchen tips, pantry staples, side dishes, desserts and resources galore.

You will see people offering 1 week, 2 weeks, 30 days etc for your meal plans which are all great. We just knew that most people eat 365 days a year, not just 14 so we wanted to cater to them which I am pretty sure includes you :) Our meal plans are made every week and updated with our latest recipes as well as popular recipes from other awesome bloggers.

Paleo Meal Plan

Our goal is to help you feel better than you’ve every felt while enjoying every bite of food and moment of your life while on your Paleo diet lifestyle. You’ll never go hungry, get stressed or fail because there is only winning when you choose to take care of your body. Perfection doesn’t exist, so we just encourage you to do your best, love yourself and keep smiling. There is no right way or wrong way to live this lifestyle, the only rule is that you start.

IMPORTANT: You don’t need to make every meal or use the full meal plan. You don’t need to buy the whole shopping list or stock your pantry all at once. All you need to do is start by making SMALL changes.


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With all that being said, you can dive right into this week’s meal plan or use some previous weeks to learn some tips on winning at life or starting a Whole 30. No matter what you need, we have you covered. Here are some options:

So with all this information on this paleo meal plan and all the others I have on the site, you should be off and kicking butt in no time. I like to include a little throwback to some of my favorite recipes in these posts. You can make them now, swap them into your meal plan or just pin them for later. Either way, here they are:

Paleo Meal Plan 8

Paleo meal plan 8

Monday

“Potatoes” O’Brien from Peace, Love, and Low Carb

Orange Sesame Broccoli Salad from Fit Foodie Finds

Crock Pot Simple Short Ribs

Tuesday

Sweet Potato and Crispy Kale Breakfast Skillet from A Calculated Whisk

Tuesday Night Chicken from Popular Paleo

Wednesday

Easy Egg Nests

BBQ Stud Muffins from Cavegirl Cuisine

Piña Colada Shrimp from Mangia Paleo

Thursday

Roasted Asparagus Avocado Soup from Cook Eat Paleo

Adobo Peppered Steak from Plated with Style

Friday

Green Pineapple Smoothie from Our Paleo Life

Spaghetti Squash with Roasted Garlic, Mushroom and Bacon Cream Sauce from Planks, Love and Guacamole

Saturday

Fluffy Blueberry Paleo Pancakes

Easy Red Curry from South Beach Primal

Sunday

Smoked Avocado Lime Pork Chops

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Paleo Peach Cobbler with Blueberries http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/desserts/paleo-peach-cobbler/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/recipes/desserts/paleo-peach-cobbler/#comments Mon, 17 Aug 2015 01:48:04 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15686 Peach Cobbler is one of those desserts that have been passed down through the generations. It’s easy to see why it has withstood the test of time. Every […]

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paleo peach cobbler

Peach Cobbler is one of those desserts that have been passed down through the generations. It’s easy to see why it has withstood the test of time. Every time a spoonful of warm peaches with a toasty crunch hits your taste buds it immediately takes you to a calm, peaceful and happy belly state. I had to make sure that being Paleo didn’t mean we couldn’t live without this world famous dessert. Now I present you with my Paleo Peach Cobble with fresh blueberries.

Paleo Peach Cobbler with Blueberries

Just in case peaches aren’t in season where you are, or you don’t like peeling them, you can use nectarines instead. Actually, you could really go crazy with any fruit you absolutely love and make it work. When doing so, leave me a comment with ideas so I can try them in our kitchen.

If you choose to make this delicious healthy dessert recipe with frozen peaches, make sure they are fully thawed before you make this recipe. If you leave them at room temperature, it will take between 3-5 hours so plan accordingly. When possible, always use fresh and from a local farmer if possible. I got these peaches from our farmer’s market and they tasted phenomenal.


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My favorite way to eat this cobbler is directly from the warm cast iron skillet after removing from the oven with one addition, ice cream. I like to take a large scoop of coconut milk ice cream and place it right in the middle of the warm skillet so it melts in every fruity crevice.

Paleo peach cobbler with melted coconut milk ice cream, could life get anymore delicious. I think I am going to experiment with adding chocolate to the cobbler too. Because, well chocolate, that’s why.

I would love to spend more time with you today, but I would prefer you get to cooking. While you are shopping for peaches, make sure you stock up on extras because I have a few more simple recipes for you to try:

Do you have any family favorite recipes with peaches I should try? If so, please leave me a comment with the recipe or a link so we can check it out. Until then, enjoy this paleo peach cobbler with fresh blueberries and lots of smiles.

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Paleo Peach Cobbler with Blueberries
 
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  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (176 Celsius)
  2. In a medium sized mixing bowl or stand mixer, whisk together the pecans, slivered almonds, coconut flakes, cassava flour, coconut sugar, coconut flour, cinnamon, ground cloves and salt
  3. Add the small chunks of butter and mix to distribute throughout your dry ingredients
  4. Line the bottom of a seasoned 12 inch cast iron skillet with your sliced peaches and then sprinkle blueberries throughout
  5. Evenly sprinkle the crumble on top
  6. Bake your paleo peach cobbler for 45 minutes or until the topping is golden brown and the fruit is bubbling
  7. Remove from the oven and serve warm
  8. Enjoy

 

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Weekly Meal Plan – 8/7/15 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/7/ http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/meal-plans/7/#comments Fri, 07 Aug 2015 16:17:05 +0000 http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/?p=15584 Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, […]

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Paleo Meal Plan 7

Success with weight loss, eating healthy food or just feeling better is easy when you have everything handled for you. By everything, we mean the meal plan which includes recipes, shopping lists, kitchen tips, pantry staples, side dishes, desserts and resources galore.

You will see people offering 1 week, 2 weeks, 30 days etc for your meal plans which are all great. We just knew that most people eat 365 days a year, not just 14 so we wanted to cater to them which I am pretty sure includes you :) Our meal plans are made every week and updated with our latest recipes as well as popular recipes from other awesome bloggers.

Paleo Meal Plan

Our goal is to help you feel better than you’ve every felt while enjoying every bite of food and moment of your life while on your Paleo diet lifestyle. You’ll never go hungry, get stressed or fail because there is only winning when you choose to take care of your body. Perfection doesn’t exist, so we just encourage you to do your best, love yourself and keep smiling. There is no right way or wrong way to live this lifestyle, the only rule is that you start.

IMPORTANT: You don’t need to make every meal or use the full meal plan. You don’t need to buy the whole shopping list or stock your pantry all at once. All you need to do is start by making SMALL changes.


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With all that being said, you can dive right into this week’s meal plan or use some previous weeks to learn some tips on winning at life or starting a Whole 30. No matter what you need, we have you covered. Here are some options:

So with all this information on this paleo meal plan and all the others I have on the site, you should be off and kicking butt in no time. I like to include a little throwback to some of my favorite recipes in these posts. You can make them now, swap them into your meal plan or just pin them for later. Either way, here they are:

Paleo Meal Plan 7

Paleo Meal Plan 7

Monday

Paleo Morning Glory Muffins from Carrots ‘N’ Cake

Almond Zucchini Saute

Paleo Moussaka from The Primal Desire

Tuesday

Bacon and Spinach Egg Waffle from Holistically Engineered 

Cauliflower Dumplings with Creamy Chicken Soup from Popular Paleo

Wednesday

Summer Shrimp Salad from Intersection Coaching

Pizza Margherita

Thursday

Paleo Beet Salad with Garlic and Parsley from A Squirrel in the Kitchen

Smoked Lamb Shoulder Roast from The Healthy Foodie

Friday

Paleo Vanilla Coffee Creamer from Guilty Kitchen

Lime, Cilantro, and Lemongrass Fish Cakes from The Foodie Teen

Saturday

Sweet Potato Breakfast Skillet

Lemon Dijon Grilled chicken with Mango Couscous

Sunday

Pork Chops and Applesauce

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