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Hello, I’m Gray and I’m a passionate Paleo Diet follower. I like to publish delicious paleo recipes & paleo tips. You can find more of my recipes and posts at cavemandietblog.com

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Member Since: Feb 24, 2016


Last Posted Recipe: Jan 1, 2017

Paleo Coconut Yogurt Smoothie Bowl

This smoothie has flavors that are hardly ever offered in the major smoothie stores. Rather than paying for a sugar-packed concoction that may even be made with preservatives, make it yourself with Paleo friendly ingredients that will go really easy on your digestive system, and may help your metabolism.

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Paleo Berry Fig Pudding

Puddings are one of my fav types of treats this time of year. This is because they're easy to make, cool to the palette & delicious to family members of all ages. This pudding is perfect when crowned with fresh, sliced fruit and raw almonds

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Paleo Superfood Smoothie Bowl

This is a recipe for 2 and it’s the perfect way to remix your morning. You can add a some extra coconut milk to the recipe and drink it like a traditional smoothie or use just enough to make your bowl and eat it like a cold soup. A cold fruit soup that you blend just like a smoothie.

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Paleo Apple Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding

This is more homely than the smell of apple cinnamon anything coming out of your kitchen. This paleo apple cinnamon chia seed pudding is the one of the easiest DIY holiday treats of the season.

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Paleo Eggnog Chia Seed Pudding

Ths is a staple around the holidays and it's an awesome ingredient to incorporate into your treats for the season. Today's holiday treat is a paleo style eggnog pudding.

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Pumpkin Chia Seed Pudding

This is the season of delicious holiday treats. Cooking and eating paleo allows you to make those holiday treats healthy. Perfect for the season, take full advantage of the plethora of pumpkin patches and leftover pumpkin products that are available during this part of the year.

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Zoodles and Turkey Meatballs

"Zucchini is the most sought-after vegetable for spiralizing because its consistency is fantastic, especially when it is time to steam, boil, or microwave them. This recipe will spiralize the zucchini into fettuccine shape. Along with it, turkey meatballs will serve as the protein to put this amazing meal together with zero carbohydrates, flour, or processed materials."

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Avocado Egg Boats

This avocado boat fits every menu and can be served at any time. It doesn’t even need the formality of a meal: You can eat this gorgeous dish as a easy paleo breakfast idea or paleo approved snack and not ruin your calorie, fat, carb, sodium or protein budget.

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Stuffed Spaghetti Squash (Paleo, Primal)

A great way to have spaghetti squash as the foundation of your Paleo dinner is to stuff it with meat and/or vegetables for a healthy and easy paleo meal.

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Spaghetti Squash Soup

Spaghetti squash soup is one of the ultimate paleo soup recipes; simply put, it’s a little slice of nirvana. I love spaghetti squash, but it’s more than just a low carb pasta substitute. It can be prepared in many ways and we’ll explore some other ways to incorporate spaghetti squash into your diet.

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Sweet Potato Acorn Squash Soup

The varieties of winter squash are seriously underrated. This season we’ve already made great tasting soups with winter squash and other root vegetables, including butternut squash and parsnips, now we’ll create another healthy soup using acorn squash.

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Roasted Cauliflower Curry Soup

As you can probably tell from the recipes that I like, creamy soups are a weakness for me. Like this creamy delight and this one. It’s not simply that I enjoy the creamy texture, it’s also because I like my soups to serve as standalone meals so I tend to want a heavier texture to make a hearty soup.

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Spicy Thai Coconut Beef Soup

This paleo soup is amazing! It’s hearty, flavorful and spicy. It’s also one of the easiest paleo soup recipes to make. We’re using red pepper flakes and chili peppers to add heat to the soup. The heat is balanced nicely with the smooth coolness of the coconut milk.

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Parsnip - Apple Soup

This is a great time of year to appreciate the flexibility, tastiness and health benefits of parsnips. I like to use them in various ways; as I often treat them like potatoes. I mash them, roast them and use them to make fries just to highlight a few of my go to techniques for preparing them.

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Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash is the most popular of the winter squashes. It’s also a super flexible vegetable. I often roast it, stuff it with meat or saute it.

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Roasted Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes

Everyone loves crispy, juicy roasted chicken, and this recipe is really good if you're in the mood for that. We are flavoring the chicken with herbs and spices, then roasting it in a hot oven until done.

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Tasty Beef and Zoodles Bolognese

This is a hearty and well balanced dish with full flavors and very little carbs, so it's easy on the waistline. It's a great paleo version of a traditional pasta with bolognese sauce dish.

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Parsley Citrus Calamari

If you're looking for something light and healthy for a warm evening, you have to try this. Calamari, or squid, is often battered or breaded and deep-fried but this method is just as good, perhaps better in fact, because we're omitting the heaviness of the batter and adding a citrus flavor.

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Easy Chicken Stir Fry

This simple recipe that's packed with flavor and nutrition. It's extremely flexible and can be tweaked as much as you like, so you can add your favorite veggies and seasonings to make it your own. Great for paleo eaters & those on gluten free diets. Use this stir fry to top your cauliflower rice and it will be something special!

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Italian Style Sardines

Sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which can help reduce inflammation in the body. They are also very tasty! This recipe, which makes 3 servings, is quick and easy to put together.

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Dijon Beef Shish Kabobs

A wonderful recipe for the summer, we are using sirloin steak along with a tasty marinade. After marinating, the steak is threaded on to skewers and then grilled. You can use a gas or electric grill (or even a griddle pan if the weather isn't on your side) or, for a tasty, smoky result, a charcoal barbecue.

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Best Paleo Fish Cakes

If you are tired of fish steaks and filets cooked on the stove, consider doing something different with that fish. Cod would work well in this fish cake recipe or you could try any other skinless, boneless whitefish.

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Spiced Crockpot Pork Ribs

Pork spare ribs boast a lot of delicious, meaty flavor, and they can be cooked in various ways. There are quite a few ingredients in this recipe but you will find the ingredients complement each other perfectly, and the ribs will be melt-in-the-mouth tender.

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Oh So Easy Honeyed Chicken Drumsticks

This is one of those recipes you can rustle up in half an hour or so, when everyone gets home late and nobody wants to wait any longer than necessary for dinner! We all have evenings like that.

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French Style Chicken Stew

Chicken is one of the most versatile meats and it goes with all kinds of flavors from the simple & mild to the bold & highly spicy. This is an easy, hearty & aromatic one pot meal.

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Beef Stew with Pomegranate and Herbs

This recipe is really good and makes enough for 4 people, so you might like to consider it for a dinner party. The pomegranate seeds and parsley add a colorful touch to the presentation, and the slow cooking ensures your beef is going to be melt-in-the-mouth tender.

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Pork - Apple Meatballs with Honey-Mustard

Pork and apple have a beautiful affinity, and the apple not only complements the pork and adds a touch of sweetness to the meatballs, but it also lends moisture to the meatballs.

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Indian Beef and Pumpkin Curry

This is a one-pot meal and it's so easy to prepare. It has a real Indian flavor and makes a great healthy meal any time of year.

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Crispy Slow-Roasted Pork Leg

A whole pork leg, or fresh ham, makes a gorgeous centerpiece. Not only will this recipe yield enough meat for about 10 people, but you will also have leftovers which can be enjoyed the next day.

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Zesty Citrus Salmon with Sesame Seeds

This fruity dish is made with salmon, a heart-healthy fish that tastes great.

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Herby Shrimp Skewers

This is a great recipe for the summer (or any other time of year), when the weather is warming up and it's time to fire up the grill.

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Paleo Chicken Tikka

Chicken tikka is a well-known Indian dish. Sometimes it is served in a sauce, in which case the recipe would be chicken tikka masala. Here we are omitting the sauce and simply flavoring the chicken with Indian seasonings before marinating it and then baking it.

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Juicy Beef Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Who doesn't love homemade meatballs? There is something so homely and comforting about this recipe. The flavors are robust and they're great for dinner, party hors d'oerves or even a snack.

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Lemon Grilled Chicken with an Eastern Flai

You can’t go wrong with chicken breasts if you want to rustle up a quick and easy meal. The lemon juice, coconut aminos, ginger & black pepper add plenty of delicious aromatic flavor to this chicken recipe.

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Paleo Honey Cake

Are you planning a special occasion? If so, consider this delicious honey cake which is frosted and topped with crunchy pistachios.

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Sensational Six-Layer Dessert

This is very rich-tasting. You will find that a small square will satisfy your sweet tooth. This recipe makes a lot so it's ideal if you're feeding a crowd.

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