Recipe & Review: Everyday Paleo Around the World and Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go

Recipe & Review: Everyday Paleo Around the World and Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go

This week’s review is by Anne from our Review Team. When the opportunity to review the newest release by Sarah Fragoso on Italian Cuisine and the book by our friend Diana Rodgers on Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go came up, we knew exactly who needed to review them: our resident Italian-loving working mom!  Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts ON THE GO hit home with...
Healthy Lunchbox Alternatives, a Guest Post for And Love it Too

Healthy Lunchbox Alternatives, a Guest Post for And Love it Too

If you recall, last year we did a guest post for Sunny of And Love it Too on packing paleo lunches for school. We’ve included those ideas for you at the end as our daily suggestions.  As a quick reminder, we also discussed the topic of healthy lunches quite extensively on the first episode of our podcast, The Paleo View. We also cover this topic in our book, Eat...
Primal Kitchen: Getting Buy-In for Real Food Lunches

Primal Kitchen: Getting Buy-In for Real Food Lunches

We get a LOT of questions about packing lunches. As often as I can point people to this post, or this post, or tell them there’s a chapter in the book devoted to lunches… I knew we needed new, fresh material on the site. That’s where the Primal Kitchen: A Family Grokumentary comes in. I’ve been following this blog for quite some time. How can you...
Lunchbox Challenge and T-Shirt Giveaway

Lunchbox Challenge and T-Shirt Giveaway

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED, BUT WE ENCOURAGE TO CONTINUE TO SHARE YOUR LUNCH BOX IDEAS! Congratulations CeciMami! Your Salmon Cakes, apples, carrots and Sunbutter lunch was randomly chosen as our winning lunch!   We really enjoyed writing the healthy lunch box post for Sunny at AndLoveItToo – it was an inspirational idea that helped give us the drive for what we...
Packing a Paleo Lunch is Easier Than You Think

Packing a Paleo Lunch is Easier Than You Think

Thanks to Sunny, I finally have the motivation to make a post that’s been long overdue. I know one of the hardest challenges for us in the beginning of adapting a Paleo lifestyle (that’s removal of dairy, grains, legumes, sugar, chemicals and all processed foods) was figuring out what to pack for lunch. Breakfast was easy enough, since we love eggs. And...
Changing the Game

Changing the Game

Years ago we used to actively blog a lot about our day-to-day life. Back before there were over 100k social media followers and several media platforms that we managed, before the blog was “a resource for the community” we used to share our lives; before we had a team of people employed to help us keep up. In preparing for this today’s newsletter...
Review: The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, a GIVEAWAY, and a Recipe!

Review: The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, a GIVEAWAY, and a Recipe!

Hi there! Katy here, Assistant and Content Coordinator for the Paleo Parents. Usually I don’t do book reviews because we have a whole team of reviewers, however we have had so many books to review lately that I got the opportunity to do this one. I have to say, I was really excited to receive my copy of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, by Mickey Trescott, the blogger...
Review, Recipe and a GIVEAWAY! The Paleo Foodie Cookbook

Review, Recipe and a GIVEAWAY! The Paleo Foodie Cookbook

Joanna from our review team is back to give her review of Arsy Vartnian’s new beautiful book, The Paleo Foodie Cookbook. We’ve personally really enjoyed her first book, The Paleo Slow Cooker, very much,  and her beautiful blog, Rubies and Radishes is always a joy to read with interesting flavors and excellent round ups! Joanna always does a wonderfully...
Guest Post: Paleo Pregnancy, The Second Trimester

Guest Post: Paleo Pregnancy, The Second Trimester

Today on the blog we have a pregnancy post update from Monica, where she shares a bit about her second trimester experience and how her paleo approach is evolving. Check out her write up below to see what her favorite eats are these days, how she is managing cravings, and the role that lifting is playing as her belly grows!    Monica originally began her work with our...
20 Suggestions for Paleo Toddler Snacks, Guest Post by PaleoSitter

20 Suggestions for Paleo Toddler Snacks, Guest Post by PaleoSitter

Today on the blog, we have a guest post by the newest and youngest member of The Paleo Parents Team, Sam of paleositter.com. We were so lucky Courtney was willing to share Sam, who she met at CrossFit earlier last year. Courtney raved about Sam being a great babysitter, and she was right! From the moment Sam texted Stacy and asked if she should bring her own (paleo) food...
Our NEW Favorite Things and a giveaway!

Our NEW Favorite Things and a giveaway!

And you get a car, and you get a car, and you get a car! OK, maybe not. But Spring is coming and Mrs. O is no longer doing her show’s big Favorite Things episode, so how about one for you all? One of you will win your choice of one of of our favorite things! Several times now we’ve highlighted to you some of the things we’re loving in what have become...
Guest Post: Plaid and Paleo, Cranberry Pesto Meatballs with Butternut Squash Mash

Guest Post: Plaid and Paleo, Cranberry Pesto Meatballs with Butternut Squash Mash

Today we welcome Vanessa of Plaid and Paleo to our blog to share a recipe AND a leftover remix recipe! We love that idea! We first connected with Vanessa on Instagram, and we also recently featured two of her gelatin recipes in our mega Gelatin Round up. Her blog is beautifully designed with great photography, and sweet, personal stories that go along with her recipes. ...
Guest Post: Eat Drink Paleo, Zucchini & Bacon Fritters with Onion Relish

Guest Post: Eat Drink Paleo, Zucchini & Bacon Fritters with Onion Relish

You might remember that a little while back, we reviewed Irena’s book, Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook, and shared some adorable pictures of our boys enjoying her recipe for Chia Banana Porridge. Our favorite part of the book is the unique ingredients and flavor combinations, stemming from her influence of Australian culture. Where else are you going to find Kangaroo...
Guest Post: Cake Cooks Gluten Free, AIP Teriyaki Steak with Kombucha Pickled Radish and Carrot Salad

Guest Post: Cake Cooks Gluten Free, AIP Teriyaki Steak with Kombucha Pickled Radish and Carrot Salad

Stacy met Kathy through a local blogging friend, Shirley of Gluten Free Easily. Kathy and Shirley came to a potluck party at our home when Danielle of Against All Grain visited, and then Kathy came back for our Halloween party with her family dressed as the cast of Walking Dead and we’ve been buds ever since! We are so glad that Kathy is here to tell us a little...
N’Oatmeal Cookies

N’Oatmeal Cookies

We’re a cookie family. You might not realize that because there aren’t THAT many cookies on the blog, but we love cookies. In Eat Like a Dinosaur we made dozens of test batches of (the now famous) Anytime Cookies and Chocolate Chip Cookies to get them just right, because we care that much about the quality of a good, chewy cookie. We don’t end up...
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