Making broth in the Instant Pot is a breeze, allows you to reuse bones more times than you can on the stovetop or in a slow cooker, and is so quick you can make the amount of broth that previously took a week in just one long afternoon!
"Jello" cake is a Southern tradition that my sister wanted me to replicate to celebrate her birthday this year. The added gelatin in the cake makes it incredibly moist and delicious! Check out this version I created that is not only Paleo but also AIP compliant. But remember: it is a cake and it does contain sugar, which I think is fine to enjoy to celebrate your special day, but please use your discretion :-)
These soft and fluffy paleo plantain buns are egg-free and AIP and don't use gelatin! Enjoy these any meal of the day stuffed with your favorite meats and veggies.
I am excited to introduce you to a wonderful naturally paleo dish from Puerto Rico called "pasteles". Pasteles are similar to tamales, but the dough is made from gluten-free and grain-free tropical fruit, root, and vegetable starches. Pasteles are a traditional holiday food in Puerto Rico, with many families making them while everyone is together. Having extra hands does make the process go a lot faster! I hope you enjoy the recipe, and don't forget to watch the videos I made to accompany it -- they are critical for your success in making these!
Rachel from Grok Grub stopped by to share an AMAZING recipe with us today: bacon garlic short-rib loaded sweet potatoes. Yeah, you read that right! The best part is that you use your slow cooker for the meat, which makes this a great meal to make when you are pressed for time! It features satisfying healthy fats and nourishing bone broth and is a recipe that I expect to become a staple in my own kitchen. Enjoy!!