Delicious Paleo Breakfast for 3 Days

1 big stalk brocolli florets, chopped

1 medium onion, chopped or sliced

2 cloves garlic, chopped

1 egg

1 can salt-free chicken

1 avacado, chopped and core removed

1 carrot, peeled and sliced

1 Roma tomato, chopped

1 c. Mushrooms

Seasoning to taste preference- I used red pepper, black pepper, Himalayan sea salt, drizzle of agave nectar, paprika, parsley flakes, sage

Start with skillet with water a drizzle olive oil. Add onions then in this order as you chop: garlic, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms, seasoning, egg, chicken and avacado. Mix and serve. It is delicious and makes enough for 3 days. Yummy. Enjoy!❤

New Weird Paleo Supper for 3 Meals

Ok, tried something new and it worked. I wanted a change and this will be made again, it was so good.

1 can salt – free diced tomatoes with basil and oregano

1 small can salt-free tomato sauce

Drizzle agave nectar (to offset the bitterness of green beans and ocra)

1 can salt – free green beans

1/2 pkg. frozen sliced ocra, cooked

1 can tuna, drained

Seasoning to taste (Himalayan sea salt, Italian seasoning, red pepper)

Mix all and heat until heated through. Separate into 3 containers and enjoy one now and the others later. Very good. Food that makes you feel good.❤

Eclectic Paleo Lunch for Two or Three Days

Ok, so I tried something new and wanted to share the recipe. And I am down 27 pounds now, so it is working.

Here is the eclectic mix that somehow works well:

1/2 c. Chicken bone broth (homemade is best)

1/2 medium onion, chopped

1 carrot, peeled and chopped

1 parsnip, peeled and chopped

1/2 c. mushrooms, sliced

1/2 c. chicken liver, chopped

1/4 chicken breast, cooked and chopped

12 grape tomatoes, quartered

1 sm. can beets, chopped

1/3 c. sauerkraut (trust me)

Italian seasoning, lemon pepper, sesame seeds, dried parsley, sage, thyme to taste

2 cloves garlic, chopped or minced

2 splashes red wine vinegar

Drizzle agave nectar

Himalayan sea salt and red pepper to taste

Start with broth, garlic, onions and chicken liver. After 5 minutes on medium high, add rest of ingredients and seasoning and cook until liver and onions are fully cooked.

So weird, but this is delicious. I separated into two meals because I needed more caloric intake while working on installing flooring and hard work, but into 3 on a normal basis would work. Very satisfying. Enjoy and be healthy.❤

Preparing Paleo-Friendly Yucca

I had never had yucca root before I started my new Paleo health nutrition lifestyle and there are many ways to us it, a lot like a potato, but I wanted to share the way I just ate and enjoyed it.

Peel the yucca.

Chop with very heavy knife.

Boil in water until tender.

Drain excess water.

Add desired amount of unsweetened almond milk (I like unsweetened almond and coconut milk)

Season with sea salt and pepper

Drizzle with agave nectar

Sprinkle with sesame seeds and some Chia seeds if you have them.

Mash up and enjoy.

I ate half for supper today and saved half for tomorrow’s meal.

It is like nutty mashed potatoes but so much healthier.❤

Not Pretty but Paleo Breakfast for 3 Days

Today, I used fresh broccoli instead of spinach and sautéed it with the onions. That was a nice change. Here she goes.

1/2 small or medium onion, chopped

1 big stalk fresh broccoli florets, chopped

1/2 c. mushrooms

3 eggs

1 can no-salt chicken

8 cherry tomatoes, quartered

Saute onions and broccoli for 5 min. in water with Himalayan sea salt, garlic powder, red pepper, and drizzle agave nectar.

Add mushrooms and tomatoes for 5 more minutes.

Add chichen and eggs and stir regularly while cooking.

Add desired seasoning- I used Italian seasoning, parsley flakes, sesame seeds, Chia seeds- kept it simple today.

Eat 1/3 now and pack up the remainder in two sealed containers for tomorrow and the next day. Saves work and is very satisfying. Enjoy!❤

Paleo Healthy Meals

Breakfast:

2 eggs, whipped well

1 small or 1/2 medium onion

1/2 canned or frozen unsalted spinach, drained well

Olive oil

Chop up onion and saute in olive oil with seasoning (I use garlic powder, Himalayan sea salt and Italian seasoning. Add spinach and egg and mix well, stirring occasionally. (Or don’t stir and you have an omlet.) It is delicious and satisfying.

Lunch or Supper:

1 avacado

Cooked chicken or can tuna, drained

Chopped chives

Small yam or 1/2 large yam (steamed on the stove or in the microwave until soft and then drained)

Mix these in a skillet until hot with preferred seasoning (I use garlic powder, Himalayan sea salt, dash of red pepper, sage, dried parsley). Yummy.

Mamey Fruit

Let me introduce you to a delight called mamey. The market fruit can be found at a local Hispanic supermarket. It is similar in shape and color to a brown coconut but smooth outside. I discovered this beauty yesterday, although I would wager it’s been around before that without my knowledge. Attempt at humor aside, this fruit is nutritious, with lots of fiber and vitamin C, lots of iron, copper, selenium, calcium, potassium and lots of B vitamins and more. Also, it is low fat. Now, what do you do with this thing? You let it get soft like a mango and peel it then. It resembles the texture of a mango but has two smaller thinner seeds in it, but if eaten alone has a very subtle almondy vanilla taste. To be amazed, use this recipe I used last night. In a blender or smoothie maker, combine the following:
1 mamey fruit, peeled and cored and coarsely chopped
2 dashes of salt
5 t. Vanilla extract or imitation vanilla
2 1/2 c. Milk
3-4 T. Sugar (depending how sweet you like things)
About 4 c. Ice
Blend together. Serves 6 8 oz. glasses. Use less milk if you like to chew your shake or more milk if you want to use a straw. 🙂 And enjoy a healthy vanilla shake that makes you feel amazing and energized and in love with life and make fruit. Perfect for a hot summer day. You are welcome.