Looking for some quick and easy dinner inspiration? Today at ‘An Apple a Day’ HQ, we strayed from our usual recipe and whipped up this version in next to no time. After we devoured our servings, we realised It was too good not to share! Enjoy x
On a recent visit to Perth, my sister decided to cook up her own dinner before she had to rush out the door. As the incredible smell wafted throughout the house, I knew I needed a bite. What had she made? Salmon Fishcakes, only this time she had used sweet potato and pumpkin instead of the standard white potato. After harassing her for the recipe (turns out mum made them all along), I made a few tweaks and voila, a healthy and nourishing meal for the busy individual.
I don’t know about you, but to me, there is nothing better than a warm soup on a chilly winter’s day and this carrot and red lentil soup is one of my favourites. This soup is incredibly simple, oh so delicious and of course rich in real-food goodness.
We haven’t eaten Pizza in such a long time. Initially, I think it was a result of deciding to skip the gluten and soon after that (when I realised what was in the gluten free pizza bases), we decided to skip on those also. However all of this changed last week when I had a sudden had a Pizza craving. I don’t know what bought it on, maybe it was the weather? Or maybe it was the abundance of cauliflower stashed in our refrigerator? Whatever it was, I embarked on a mission to bring them to the table. The result? A whole lot of ‘nom nom nom’.
This recipe became an all time favourite during my 30 day Paleo challenge and one we will continue to use going forward, it is oh so tasty and a great way to add loads of delicious vegetables to your day, without you even realising.
For those of you who turn your nose up at cauliflower rice, let me tell you it is not as bad as you think. Not only is it more nutritious than white rice and more delicious, cauliflower rice is a wonderful substitute for anyone wanting to avoid grains or wheat.
After our ‘What is Paleo?’ post went live, a number of people have written in asking for some recipe inspiration. If you feel like a Paleo challenge might be for you, Stephanie Wasalyk (co-host of ‘That Paleo Show’) has kindly provided one of her favourite Paleo recipes: Thai Green Curry. Yum!