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 some delicious paleo baked apples that have an incredible date and walnut filling. The best thing about this tasty dessert is how easy it is to quickly whip up.
If you end up with any leftovers make sure you keep them as they will last a few days in the fridge. The leftovers can be reheated but they’re also pretty decent cold.
If you’re after a list of ingredients that you will need for this recipe, then you can find it right below.
• 2 apples, cored
• 1 tsp. honey
• 1/2 tsp cinnamon, ground
• 1/4 tsp nutmeg, ground
• 1/4 cup walnuts, chopped
• 1/4 Cup dates, chopped
One downside to this delicious dessert is that it does contain a fair bit of sugar (natural). If you’re looking to lose weight, then it might be best to avoid this or only have it every now and then.
For the best results, I recommend using a type of baking apple but if you don’t have any around then any good apple will do.
There are a few ingredients that you’re able to swap around with this dish. For example, the dates can be swapped for a different type of dried fruit. Another example is that the walnuts can be swapped for another type of nut such as pecan.
In the video, I prick the apple as this will help stop them from exploding whilst cooking in the oven. It’s not completely necessary but you could find your apples a pile of mess if you don’t.
I hope that this video has been able to show you how to replicate these delicious paleo baked apples. If you would like to leave some feedback, a variation or something else 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 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