paleo

Beet Deviled Eggs (GF, DF, Vegetarian, Paleo)

thefitforkfeed - August 26, 2016

Hi friends! How are you?  I’ve been frantically getting things ready for my son to go back to school this week so things have been a little nuts around here.  I’m finally back in my routine of exercising after 3 weeks of wine, cocktails, summer vacations and indulging.  Speaking of indulging, my friend had a party last weekend to celebrate (or grieve, whichever you are …

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20 Minute Stir Fry Cauliflower Rice with Spicy Peanut Sauce (GF, DF, VF, Paleo)

thefitforkfeed - April 26, 2016

If you are looking for the most delicious, fast and flavorful mid-week meal, this could be it!  I’ve made this for dinner parties for friends and family and it’s always a hit! It’s also super customizable as well!  Serve it with your favorite veggies or protein such as chicken, fish, tofu or shrimp.  The sauce is made from a combination of sriracha (optional) creamy peanut …

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Baked Vanilla Carrot Cake Donuts with Vanilla Drizzle (GF, DF, V, Paleo)

thefitforkfeed - April 21, 2016

I’ve been on a donut making frenzy over here at the FFF kitchen!  I’ve been dying to try Red Palm Oil and my friends at Nutiva sent me some to try!  Not only does it have a beautiful orange color but it also is nutritionally dense as well.  It is high in antioxidant vitamins A & E and has a rich buttery flavor, making it the …

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The Softest Baked Chocolate & Sweet Potato Donuts or Muffins (GF, DF, Refined Sugar Free)

thefitforkfeed - March 11, 2016

Today we had rain in Southern California, a rare event, so it was the perfect excuse to bake all morning while my son was in school.  I wanted to rebake and reshoot an older recipe I made about 6 months ago since my older picture doesn’t quite capture the soft, fluffy, and gooey goodness of these donuts.  I hope this picture captures that better for you, so …

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5 Minute Creamy Edamame, Arugula & Spinach Pesto (GF, DF, Vegetarian, Vegan)

thefitforkfeed - March 7, 2016

We had a rainy day here in Southern California, the first in a while so I decided to take it upon myself to brighten up the dreary day with this bright, fresh and lemony pesto!  After all, Spring is nearly upon us, so it’s the perfect time to bring on the peas!  This pesto is different than your traditional basil, garlic, lemon, cheese, olive oil and pine …

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15 Minute Rainbow Tabbouleh (GF, DF, Vegetarian, Vegan)

thefitforkfeed - March 4, 2016

I woke up craving Tabbouleh….Is that weird?  Yes, probably!  Actually, I wake up thinking about food everyday.  But today, tabbouleh!  I’ve been seeing so much of it on Instagram lately that I knew I had to recreate my own version.  And what is more beautiful than an edible food rainbow?  Nothing, I tell you!  For those of you that don’t know what Tabbouleh is, let me …

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Black Pepper Pickled Beets (GF, DF, Vegetarian, Vegan)

thefitforkfeed - January 25, 2016

Where are my beet lovers at?  Actually no, where are my beet haters at?  Before this recipe, I was in the beet hater category.  Let’s be honest now.  Beets taste like dirt and you know it.  Let’s not pretend that you can’t taste the earthy taste in smoothies, on salads, or roasted alongside your other veggies.  They are nature’s dirtiest tasting vegetable.  You’ve never heard …

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One Bowl Fudgy Chia, Oat, and Espresso Brownies (GF, Refined Sugar Free, Paleo)

thefitforkfeed - January 25, 2016

Sometimes you just need a little chocolate.  Am I right?  Actually who am I kidding?  I need chocolate everyday.  I just do.  My go to chocolate is usually a small Justin’s brand peanut butter cup post dinner, but sometimes you need a little more.  Enter these amazing rich and decadent brownies.  They are perfectly fudgy, gooey, slightly sweet, and have a little crunch from the …

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Very Green Salad with Creamy Clementine Vinaigrette (GF, DF, Vegan, Vegetarian)

thefitforkfeed - January 5, 2016

Now that we got our smoothies out of the way, let’s get into the salads.  I’m not talking boring old salads with nothing in them.  I like my salads with a lot of STUFF in them.  I feel that a salad should have something creamy, crunchy, sweet and tart so you have an explosion of flavors and textures when you take each bite.  You know, …

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