This dish is rich and decadent, and reheats well so you can serve it another day. Serve alongside a fancy dinner or make it your main attraction—it perfectly complements a big hearty salad for a weeknight dinner.
The fact that ricotta is mild makes it a versatile starting point and blank canvas for traditional and nontraditional dishes. Need to add protein to a salad, roasted veggie dish, or even pancakes? Reach for ricotta!
You might think this is a new-fangled way to use cauliflower instead of macaroni, but Cauliflower Cheese is a traditional, well-loved British dish.
If you have yet to try cauliflower wings, this recipe is a must-try. These “wings” are covered with a gluten-free flour batter to give a delicious crunch with that perfect kick of spice.
This potato salad recipe is made with a cashew based dressing which is both plant-based and gluten-free making it a great addition for a summer BBQ.
Healthy enough to serve as a breakfast muffin or a dinner side, but delicious enough to be dessert, these muffins are full of vegetables and spice.
You need only one mixing bowl to make this banana bread. For a twist, or if you follow a dairy-free diet, use melted coconut oil. The faint taste of coconut enhances the banana flavor, making a bread that everyone loves.
Most common condiments (including everyone’s favorite, ketchup!) are not considered Paleo. They normally contain sugar, corn syrup, and other processed flavors and thickening ingredients. This Honey Ketchup recipe is absolutely delicious as a condiment or in your favorite recipes.
Cherry tomatoes are sweet and packed with flavor. This recipe helps them shine with a simple roast to help them get even sweeter. This is a great light side dish for a hearty dish.
Cashew cream can be used to replace heavy or light cream in most recipes. It can be used chilled, and will work well when heated.