In this video, I take you through the steps to making some incredibly delicious paleo brownies. They’re the perfect dessert or snack that will please even your non-paleo friends.
Full Recipe: https://paleocrashcourse.com/paleo-brownies/
These will keep for up to about a week before needing to be discarded. Just make sure you store them in the fridge or alternatively you can freeze them. As with most baking they’re best enjoyed fresh.
If you’re not on a paleo diet but looking for something gluten free then these chocolate brownies are perfect. They contain absolutely no gluten so they’re perfect for anyone who is coeliac or gluten sensitive.
If you need a list of ingredients then you can find one right below.
• 1 Sweet Potato (Approx. 2-3 cups when grated)
• 2 Eggs
• ½ Cup coconut oil, melted
• 1/3 cup Honey
• 1 tsp. vanilla bean paste
• ½ cup raw cacao powder, sifted
• 1 tsp. baking powder
• 1 tsp. baking soda
• ½ Cup Almond flour
Due to the baking powder I use in this recipe, these brownies are not considered to be “strict” paleo friendly. You can leave this out but you may find the brownies will not work out nearly as well. It’s only a tiny bit of rice flour (less than 5g) so nothing to really worry about.
These also contain a fair bit of honey which is recommend that you don’t eat too much of. However, if you don’t over indulge you will be fine with eating these.
The almond flour can be replaced with coconut flour instead. However, I would reduce the amount of flour down to just 2 & ½ Tbsp.
I really hope that you do enjoy these chocolate paleo brownies and that you don’t run into any issues whilst making them. If you have some feedback, tips or anything else that you would like to share then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com
In this video I make a delicious paleo sweet and sour chicken. It requires a little bit of work but the end result is totally worth it.
You can make this dish a lot easier by simply not coating the chicken. This will save in time and make the dish quite a bit healthier. The downside is that you won’t end up with lovely crispy chicken.
One of the best things about this dish is how well it is the next day. You can easily reheat it in either a frypan or microwave. Both will work just fine, frypan is the way to go if you don’t like using microwaves.
This dish is great by itself but if you are looking for something to go with it then you should try coconut rice. It’s super easy to make and the end result is incredibly tasty.
If you need a list of ingredients for this paleo friendly sweet and sour chicken, then you can find all you need to know right below.
1x 440g (15 ½ Oz) can Pineapple Pieces with unsweetened juice (Don’t drain)
1 onion, quartered
1 tsp. ginger, minced
1 large red bell pepper, chopped
3 Tbsp. honey
4 Tbsp. tomato Paste
2 Tbsp. coconut Aminos
¼ cup apple cider vinegar
500g (1.5 lb) chicken thigh, cubed
1 cup tapioca starch
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. pepper
Coconut aminos is pretty important so if you're able to pick it up you will be glad you did. It's just a soy alternative since soy sauce is not allowed on the paleo diet.
You might think this dish is a bit light in vegetables, if this the case then feel free to add more. There are quite a few different vegetables you can add such as carrots, bok choy and much more.
That’s all I really have to say for this paleo sweet and sour chicken recipe. I really hope that it works out to be as great as it was for me. If you have some tips, suggestions or something else that you would like to mention then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com