Incredibly Tasty Paleo Peach Cobbler

Incredibly Tasty Paleo Peach Cobbler

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


2 eggs
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

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Incredibly Creamy Paleo Tapioca Pudding

Incredibly Creamy Paleo Tapioca Pudding

In this video, I go through the steps to making a deliciously creamy paleo tapioca pudding. It’s the perfect dessert where the leftovers also make for an easy breakfast.

This dessert is so good you can eat it just by itself but if you’re looking for something extra then some fruit really goes well with it. Fresh peaches, mango, banana or apples all work great with this pudding.

The ingredients for this recipe can be found right below. Perfect if you need to get some shopping done and need a list so you can make this delicious dish.

½ cup tapioca pearls
3 cups coconut milk
2 Tbsp. honey
1 tsp. vanilla bean paste
2 egg yolks, beaten
¼ tsp. sea salt

One of the hardest parts of this recipe is not scrambling the eggs. Just take it nice and slow when you’re mixing the yolks with the hot pudding mix. This will help prevent you from scrambling the mix.

As I mention above you can have this dessert either hot or cold. Personally, I prefer it either way but it’s great cold on a hot summers day. I wouldn’t try to reheat this dish once it has cooled down. It is unlikely it will reheat nicely so it's best to cook this fresh.

The honey is important for getting that sweetness but can be left out if you’re trying to keep sugar out of your diet. If you’re thinking of increasing it then be sure to remember not to go overboard.

Extra flavorings can be added to this dish such as some ground cinnamon, nutmeg or other spices. Some spices work better with certain types of fruits so be sure to keep this in mind if you’re changing the recipe.

I really hope that you will be able to cook up a delicious paleo tapioca pudding by following this video. You’re able to leave some feedback right below or over at

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Super Easy Paleo Baked Apples

Super Easy Paleo Baked Apples

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

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Incredible Paleo Chili Con Carne

Incredible Paleo Chili Con Carne

In this video, I make a delicious paleo chili con carne that is so easy to quickly get prepared and cooking. It’s the perfect dish to have on a cold winter's day or even in summer if you just love the heat.
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This dish is fine just by itself but if you’re looking for extras then I recommend some cauliflower rice or mash. These are both really delicious and go well with a good chili. Guacamole is also a fantastic addition if you have the time to make it.

One great thing I love about this dish is how well it will reheat. Make sure you store it in either the fridge or freezer in an airtight container. Whenever you need it simply reheat so it’s nice and hot.

If you’re after an ingredient list then you can find the full list of ingredients below.

• 1 Tbsp. coconut oil
• 1 Onion, diced
• 2 tsp. garlic cloves, crushed
• 2 carrots, large dice
• 1 Red bell pepper, diced
• 500g (17 ½ Oz) Beef Mince
• 1 Tbsp. red chilies, diced
• 2 Tbsp. Tomato Paste
• 2x (800g/28 Oz) cans diced tomatoes
• 1 tsp. paprika
• 2 tsp. cumin
• 2 tsp. marjoram
• Salt & Pepper

If you don’t like your food being too hot, then you might want to reduce the amount of chili in the dish. I found it quite mild at 1 Tbsp. so you might want to add more if you love the heat otherwise reduce this by half for a very tamed chili.

Beans are not considered paleo friendly so make sure you don’t add these if you’re sticking to a strict version of the paleo diet.

I hope this delicious paleo chili works out for you as well as it did for me. If you have any troubles, feedback, or have a variation that you would like to share then please leave a comment below or over at

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Simply Delicious Paleo Pumpkin Soup

Simply Delicious Paleo Pumpkin Soup

In this video, I go through the few steps to making a delicious paleo pumpkin soup. It’s incredibly easy and is packed full of flavour. Full Recipe:

You can have this soup as an appetiser to a main meal or even as a lunch. If you end up with some leftovers make sure you keep them as they will reheat nicely. It’s the perfect healthy lunch you can take to work and reheat. It's also a great way to avoid all those non-paleo temptations for lunch.

Whilst this soup is quite basic it’s incredibly delicious. Further down in the description I go into some tips and variations that you can do with this paleo friendly pumpkin soup.

If you need the list of ingredients that I used in this recipe, then you can find them below.

• 1 onion, diced
• 1 tsp. crushed garlic
• 2 Carrot
• 6 Cups Pumpkin, cubed
• 1 tsp. ground cumin
• 1 tsp. paprika
• 2/3 Cup Coconut milk
• 4 Cups chicken stock or vegetable stock
• Salt & Pepper

I use a stick blender or also known as an immersion blender to blitz this soup until smooth. If you don’t have either of those then you can use a bench blender but you may need to do it in batches.

Some people prefer a sweeter soup, if you’re one of these people then you can do this by either using honey or apple. Adding apple will change the soup quite a bit but worth it if you want to experiment a little.

Chili can be added if you’re looking for something with a bit more bite. Simply add this when you’re cooking the onion and garlic.

I really hope that this paleo pumpkin soup cooks out to be as good as it was for me. If you have some variations, tips or something else that you would like to share then please feel free to leave a comment below or over at

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