In this video, I make an incredibly tasty paleo peach cobbler. It’s a delicious fruity dessert that will please anyone on a Paleo diet.
For the best result, I highly recommend that you use fresh peaches. If you’re out of options, then tinned peaches will work fine too. Just make sure if you’re using tinned that you get peaches with no added sugar.
You can eat this peach cobbler on its own, but it also goes great with delicious coconut custard. Just try to keep any extras paleo friendly if you’re trying to be strict.
If you need a list of ingredients for this tasty paleo dessert, then you can find one right below. Altering any of the topping ingredients may lead to a dessert that isn’t very tasty.
500g peaches, sliced
¼ cup honey
¾ cup Coconut milk
2 Tbsp. Coconut oil
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 & ½ cup almond flour
½ cup tapioca starch
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. baking powder
¼ tsp. sea salt
This dessert is entirely gluten-free, so it’s perfect if you’re suffering from gluten intolerance.
Personally, I will keep any leftovers as they reheat great the next day. You can also eat it cold and still be happy with the taste and texture.
Feel free to be creative with the fruit in this cobbler. For example, something like blueberries or raspberries will be a great addition.
I hope that you enjoy this Paleo peach cobbler and that this video was easy to follow. If you have some feedback, tips or anything else, then please feel free to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com
In this video, I make some delicious paleo spicy meatballs with a fresh tomato sauce. It’s a simple but great combination where each ingredient complements each other.
Since we need to make both the meatballs and the tomato sauce there is quite a few ingredients to this dish. With that said it’s totally worth making if you love healthy fulfilling dishes. The full list of ingredients can be found right below.
500g (17 ½ Oz) ground beef
1 Onion, diced
2 tsp. crushed garlic
2 tsp. ground cumin
1 tsp. ground turmeric
2 tsp. chili powder
Salt & Pepper
If you’re unable to get your hands on fresh tomatoes or they’re way too expensive then you can instead use tinned tomatoes. If possible try to use fresh ingredients as much as possible for the best results.
If you want something to go with these spicy meatballs then some zucchini pasta is perfect. This is super easy to make but you will need a piece of equipment called a spiralizer.
One thing you need to make sure you do is work the meatball mix a ton before rolling it into meatballs. The more you work the mix the more it will stick together and not fall apart. Baking the meatballs is also a great way to prevent them from falling apart.
Adding a bit of chili to the tomato sauce will make this dish quite spicy. It’s perfect for anyone who loves a bit of heat in their meals.
I really do hope that you enjoy these paleo spicy meatballs and that they cook out to be as great as they were for me. If you have some feedback, tips or anything else then feel free to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com
In this video, I go through the steps to making some almond coated paleo chicken nuggets. They cook to be crunchy on the outside and nice n tender on the inside.
Whilst I fry these nuggets in the video you can instead bake them if that’s what you prefer. If you decide to bake them then make sure your oven is preheated to 200°C or 395°F.
These paleo friendly chicken nuggets are also great as leftovers. You can eat them cold or you can reheat them in a microwave or oven. They’re certainly not as good as when they're freshly cooked but they still taste pretty damn good.
If you need a list of ingredients so you can go shopping or check the fridge/cupboards then you can find one right below.
• 2 Chicken Breasts
• ½ cup coconut flour
• 1 Cup almond flour
• 2 eggs
• 2 tsp. paprika
• Salt & Pepper
• ½ Cup coconut oil or a paleo friendly fat (For Frying)
One thing that you’re able to do if you’re not a fan of paprika is replace it with a different spice or leave it out completely. A cayenne pepper or similar is a great way to add a bit of a bite to the nuggets.
The nuggets are fine on their own along with a paleo friendly dipping sauce such as a homemade ranch dressing or ketchup. However, if you have the time then some sweet potato fries or a simple salad goes great with these.
I hope that this video has been able to show you how to make some paleo chicken nuggets. If you have some feedback, tips, or anything else then don’t be afraid to leave a comment below or over at paleocrashcourse.com