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 go through the steps to making some delicious paleo tuna cakes. They’re so easy and incredibly tasty.
Full Recipe: https://paleocrashcourse.com/paleo-tuna-cakes/
These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the fridge or freezer. Whenever you need them just grab out a serving and cook from frozen. It’s important that you do not defrost the patties otherwise they may fall to bits.
If you need the full list of ingredients for this tuna cake recipe, then you can find them below.
• 210g (7 ½ Oz) can tuna
• 300g (10 ½ Oz) Sweet potato
• 1 egg
• Zest from 1 lemon
• 1/2 cup almond flour
• ½ tsp. dill
• ¼ tsp. sea salt
• ¼ tsp. black pepper
• 3-4 tsp coconut oil or olive oil
You can eat these tuna cakes alone without any extras however if you’re feeling hungry then a green salad works perfectly on the side. If you’re super hungry then sweet potato fries is the next best thing.
Quite a few condiments go well with these patties such as paleo friendly mayonnaise, tartar sauce or even a good ketchup. It just comes down to what you prefer.
Placing the patties in the fridge for 30 minutes should help them hold together when you go to fry them. However, I find these are fine without needing to place them in the fridge.
One great thing about this patty recipe is that the mix is already cooked before you fry it off. The whole point of frying is to help crisp them up and get the centre hot.
Now I hope that this video has shown you how easy it is to make paleo tuna cakes without a huge amount of effort. If you have any feedback or have a tip 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 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
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