In this super short video, I go through the steps to making a paleo coconut whipped cream. It’s the perfect cream to use on paleo friendly cakes or with other desserts. Recipe: https://paleocrashcourse.com/coconut-whipped-cream/
You can have this whipped cream on its own with some fresh summer berries and fruits. Some blueberries, strawberries and even raspberries go great mixed in with this cream. It’s a perfect light dessert.
There are many other uses for this coconut whipped cream such as using it as a topping on muffins or cakes.
The full list of ingredients for this whipped cream is right below. You can leave the honey and vanilla out of the recipe, but I highly recommend that you do include it.
One thing I noticed while making this recipe is that the brand of coconut cream can profoundly impact the outcome of this recipe. Some brands have agents to stop the cream from solidifying making this dish almost impossible. Try to find a brand that is full fat and no additives.
You can use coconut milk, but I highly recommend that you use coconut cream. Milk might not have enough fat in it to make a decent amount of whipped cream.
This coconut whipped cream can be kept in the fridge for a few days so if you want to prepare ahead of time then go ahead. However, like most recipes, this cream is best when it’s made fresh.
I hope that this video has shown you all the steps to making this tasty paleo coconut whipped cream. If you have any tips, variations or anything else, then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com
In this video I make an incredibly tasty paleo burger that uses Portobello mushrooms as a replacement of the burger bun. It’s incredibly easy to make and is so good.
Full Recipe: https://paleocrashcourse.com/paleo-burger/
If you’re wondering about the ingredients used for this tasty burger, then you find them below. Keep in mind the spinach, avocado and other ingredients can be easily swapped out if you don’t like them.
The rest of the burger
• Portobello Mushrooms x 2 (Per Burger)
• Red Onion
• Baby Spinach
You will find that this burger is a lot healthier than your traditional types. This is because we have removed some of the unhealthiest components such as the sauces, cheese and bread.
If you want the full meal, then you should look at cooking up some sweet potato fries to go on the side. These are incredibly easy to quickly make.
One problem that people often have with meatballs or burgers is that they fall apart. The best way to avoid this it simply not to play with the food whilst it is cooking. The other issue that might happen is that you have not combined the mix enough. You need to work the mince until it is really well combined.
If you prefer a good guacamole, then you can swap the avocado out for this. Again you will probably need to prepare this yourself as supermarket brands often have tons of added shit to it.
Now I hope that this delicious paleo burger comes out as well as it did for me. If you have any of your own variations, tips or anything else that you would like to share then please feel free to drop a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com
In this video, I go through the steps to making an incredible paleo chorizo and sweet potato side dish. Recipe: https://paleocrashcourse.com/paleo-chorizo-sweet-potato/
Even though it's better suited as a side dish you can still have this is as a delicious main meal.
One of the best things about this dish is how well the leftovers will keep. Simply store in the fridge until needed and reheat either over the stove or in the oven.
If you’re looking for something paleo friendly to go with this dish then I highly recommend looking at either some beef or chicken dishes. This side is a great replacement for your typical side of chips.
If you need a list of all the ingredients that I used in this recipe then you can find it right below.
• 1 onion, diced
• 2 chorizo sausages, sliced
• 2 cloves garlic, minced
• 4 sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
• 1 tsp. paprika
• 2 cups chicken or beef stock
• Salt and pepper, to taste
• 2 green onions, sliced (To serve)
You’re able to switch out the seasonings if you have a better idea of what would work for you. For example, some people love the flavour that a good Cajun seasoning will bring.
When it comes to chorizo most of them should be paleo friendly but it’s always best to check just in case they’re not. Any good butcher should be able to tell you otherwise look at the ingredient list on the package. (If buying them pre packaged)
If the vegetables in this dish isn’t enough then you can always add extra. Bell peppers, greens, and even broccoli would work well in this dish.
I really do hope that this paleo chorizo and sweet potato dish works out to be as great for you as it did for me. If you have any feedback, tips or anything else that you would like to mention then please feel free to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com