Archive | January 2013

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

bread**Serves 12 people**

Follow this link for the complete recipe!


This banana bread recipe was a perfect balance of tastes, the banana was not too overpowering and the chocolate chips were a good surprise in each bite.  The texture of it was also very smooth and moist.  Just be careful when taking it out of the loaf pan because the top is fragile.  It would be super awesome with some homemade vanilla ice cream!



Zucchini Roll Ups



**Serves 5 (side portions)**


1 Zucchinni

1 Tbsp Mayo (Follow this link for a mayo recipe! <>

1 Tbsp Curry Powder

1 Can of Tuna


Mix the mayo, curry powder, and tuna in a bowl together.  Add more of each until you reach the taste or consistency you desire.

Use a slicer to slice the zucchini (hotdog way) into flat and long slices.

Put some of the mixture on each zucchini slice and roll it up!


Grinch Pancakes!



**Serves 5 (double the recipe)**

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I added vanilla protein powder to the recipe and they turned out super super moist and tasty, they did not need any syrup! So yum!


Baked Pears


**Serves 2**

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I topped the pears with 1/4 Cup Crushed Pecans, 1 Tbsp Honey, 1 Tsp Coconut Oil, a few raisins and a sprinkle of cinnnamon

Paleo Mayonnaise


**Makes 16oz**

Follow this link for the recipe! This mayo had a good combination mix of coconut and olive oil flavor 🙂


Chicken Avocado Salad


**It makes enough spread for 6 little homemade buns**

**Serves 2 People**


1/2 Cup Chicken (boiled till cooked and diced)

1/2 Avocado (mashed up)

1 Celery Stick (diced into small pieces)

1-2 Tbsp Sriracha Sauce (depending on how spicy you want it)

1-2 Tbsp Homemade Paleo Mayo (optional but it adds more texture and a slight hint of flavor)


Combine everything together in a medium bowl and mix well until combined!

Spread on top of anything (bread, cucumbers, tomatoes, etc.) or enjoy it by itself