If you’re looking to start a Paleo diet or simply want to try new healthy recipes, planning your meals ahead of time is key. Use this five day meal plan to help you get started. It’s filled with quick and easy Paleo meals you’ll want to make and enjoy over and over again.
Packed with protein, these Paleo omelet muffins can help you keep feeling full until lunchtime comes around. See recipe details.
Crispy, crunchy, and juicy. While I may not have put together these ingredients on my own, I’m so glad the author of this recipe did. See recipe details.
Feeling the 3 p.m. slump? Get a burst of energy from these easy energy bites. No baking required! See recipe details.
Trust that the recipe’s rub lives up to its name–making it the best tri-tip salad you’ve ever had from the comfort of your own home. See recipe details.
Studies have shown that grapefruit can help curb hunger and help protect your heart – making it a great way to start your day. See recipe details.
Kick up the heat by subbing in serrano peppers in place of jalapeños or turn it down by cutting out or trimming down the red pepper flakes. See recipe details.
Green juices help make sure your body is getting the nutrients it needs. So juice up a batch and toast to health and happiness! See recipe details.
Leaves you feeling satisfied and your kitchen smelling delicious! See recipe details.
Keep your eggs from running and add some nutrients to your meal by housing your fried eggs in bell peppers. See recipe details.
A rainbow of colors means your getting a full range of nutrients in one scrumptious meal. See recipe details.
This homemade snack satisfies your sweet tooth craving in a healthy, natural way. See recipe details.
Follow the recipe exactly as is for a crispy, moist and perfectly spiced chicken dinner. See recipe details.
Sneak some fruits and veggies into your breakfast with this yummy morning muffin recipe. See recipe details.
The citrus, salsa, and spicy flavors combine here for a refreshing mid-day meal. See recipe details.
Smokey, salty, and sweet. No matter your preferred snack flavor, these cashews are for you. See recipe details.
Think you can only eat good pastrami at a deli or restaurant? Think again. This recipe will have you and any guests believing you’re a professional pastrami cook. See recipe details.
Any way you can sneak greens into your breakfast, I say go for it. There’s nothing better than starting your day off healthy. See recipe details.
Waffles made of plantains serve as a super tasty alternative to grain bread for sandwiches. See recipe details.
So quick and easy to make, no wonder avocado pudding is a go-to dessert and snack for Paleos everywhere. See recipe details.
No grain doesn’t have to mean no pasta. Meet your carb cravings with spaghetti squash and homemade sauce. See recipe details.
What does your typical week of Paleo meals look like? Share your diet and recipes below.