Hello my Paleo friends. IT’S HERE!! I am so excited to share a project with you that I’ve been working on for the past few months. You’ve probably seen me mention it on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, but now it’s here, for real.
I’m thrilled to share with you Paleo Recipes for Every Day, 70 Recipes for your Paleo Lifestyle, my first ebook combining my favorite recipes and a guide for anyone ready to start, and continue, their Paleo journey.
For me, that journey started two years ago.
It all started after a long road of discouraging health issues where my doctors were left with question marks as to what was going on in my body. Frustrated, I turned to the idea of changing my diet. A little over a month of following the principles of Paleo and all those “things” the doctors couldn’t diagnose disappeared! Thanks to my health success, I will forever be PALEO, believing that real food is not only what your body needs BUT what it craves.
The idea behind this e-cookbook came to me many months ago after receiving emails and questions from many of you out there, my readers. You were asking everything from “what are your favorite go to recipes” to even questions surrounding “what is paleo?” Putting all of this into one easy to download e-cookbook came to me and here we are today. YAY!! The goal with this e-cookbook, as is the blog, is to help you on your Paleo journey. That’s really why I blog, to help YOU! I want you to see just how easy it is to cook delicious whole foods all while having fun doing it! Within ““Paleo Recipes for Every Day”, you will find some of my favorite recipes inside, some of the recipes you have loved, and brand new recipes you’ve never seen on the blog before. Exciting stuff! Also, you will find the in’s and out’s of Paleo which will help those that are just starting to those of you continuing your journey.
Here are just a few sneak peeks of the recipes inside
Inside “Paleo Recipes for Every Day”, I’ll show you how to get into your kitchen and create yummy dishes for each meal of the day… all while keeping your Paleo journey on track.
Get started in exploring the many ways you can cook delicious easy Paleo meals in your kitchen!
Simply press on ADD TO CART and it’s as easy as that!
And to make things easy, I also have a free download available that I like to call the Paleo Cheat Sheet. Store this close to you to know what’s Paleo and what’s not when you are walking the aisles of your grocery store or out for a meal.
Thanks to you, my amazing readers, who have been so supportive and encouraging! I could not have made this e-cookbook possible without you all!
And stay tune for more details on the other cookbook project I have been working on coming out later this year!
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Happy 2013 everyone! Sorry I have been missing in action for most of last month but between the cookbook and the holidays I was swamped. It doesn’t mean I wasn’t working on recipes so stay tuned for those coming soon.
I send everything over to the publisher for the cookbook on Friday! Yikes! I’m excited to send it over and to be completed with everything. My kitchen has been a mess the past month as I tested, photographed, and baked/cooked. I’m hoping you will love it once it’s out on bookshelves in October sometime. I will keep you posted on the specifics as soon as I know. But the good news, coming later this month the release of the e-cookbook which is exciting news too. A lot going on!
Another thing, I have officially decided to take on the Whole30 journey! I have never done it but definetely need it after all the recipe testing I did in the past month. I need to get refocused! I am hoping to post my meals along my Whole3o journey on Instagram and my Facebook page. So if you don’t follow me on Instagram already go and search multiplydelicious and you should find me. And follow me on my Facebook page.
Now for the Top Recipes from the blog in 2012. Drum roll please….
1.) Garlic Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin - Whole30 approved
2.) Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable Soup - Whole30 approved
3.) Apple Spiced Chips - Whole30 approved
4.) Sausage and Egg Sandwich - Whole30 approved
7.) Bison Meatballs - Whole30 approved
8.) Roasted Brussel Sprout, Bacon, Sweet Potato and Apple Hash - Whole30 approved
9.) Brussel Sprout, Kale, and Bacon Salad - Whole30 approved
12.) Sweet Potato and Kale Chicken Patties - Whole30 approved
So there you have it the Top 12 recipes of 2012. And since I’m on the Whole30 journey, and many of you might be as well, I put which recipes above are Whole30 approved. And just for the fun of it….here are some of my favorite recipes from 2012.
1.) Moroccan Spiced Rubbed Salmon - Whole30 approved
3.) Fall Harvest Mash - Whole30 approved
5.) Roasted Fall Harvest - Whole30 approved
6.) Paleo Veggie Beef Chili - Whole30 approved
What was your favorite Paleo recipe of 2012? Leave your comments below and let me and the other readers know.
Happy 2013 everyone! Thank you all for making 2012 wonderful….now let’s work together to make 2013 fabulous!
Hope everyone is having a wonderful Turkey Day! I’m just taking a little break from my own cooking to let you know about the fabulous discount offering eMeals is doing. Now through November 30th (that’s next Friday) you can take 30% off any of their Paleo Meal Plan offerings by just using the code CYBER at the checkout. Take the work out of planning your Paleo meals through December. Your life will be crazy busy so they will do all the Paleo meal planning for you. Head over to eMeals and take advantage of this great offer.
Now back to my cooking….see you guys back here next week. Have fun shopping and eating all those Turkey leftovers. Don’t pass up the offer from eMeals though.
I have been so excited to share with all of you some exciting stuff that has been going on behind the scenes here at Multiply Delicious.
As you some of you know my family and I recently moved to Charlotte, NC. Back in Florida I was working full-time and also running the blog. Due to the move I had to resign from my job in hopes I could find something in our new city. However, once we got here I decided to take some time and think about things and figure out where I wanted to go next with my career. I’m always a believer in things will happen for a reason. With time on my hands I was finally able to finish my Holistic Nutrition certification. Yippee!! The other thing that took much thought was the blog and where I wanted it to go. This of course had a lot of daydreaming involved. You see three years ago I started this blog and was walking down a different road that I am on right now with food. This new path has been a brighter path too. This blog is my way of sharing that brighter path with you, my reader. Paleo changed my life and the blog has been my way of sharing this with all of you. Ok, so with the daydreaming being front in center I started to think about doing an e-cookbook. I even posted about it on my facebook page. With that little post something else happened. About a month ago I was contacted by Fair Winds Press and folks I am excited to announce that I’m writing a cookbook!!!! Ok, I’m over here doing flips and cartwheels…something I haven’t done since I was kid which tells you two things…I’m pretty excited and I’m not thinking that my body can’t do those things anymore! So behind the scenes I’m working overtime on my very first cookbook and it’s all about Paleo and even better Paleo Treats and Desserts….and 85 of them! After all, we still need them in our Paleo lifestyle and we still have celebrations in our lives that we need something special to serve. My hope is this cookbook will help you embrace your Paleo kitchen and reward yourself with seasonal whole treats minus the guilt.
That’s not all you guys! Not only am I working on a cookbook planned to be released in October 2013, but I’m also working on a Paleo e-cookbook due out in early January 2013. I know right?! I was already working on this project when I was approached by the cookbook and I couldn’t turn back from my original idea of the e-cookbook. Call me crazy! But you all knew that about me already! So I’m working with the very talented Heidi from Foodie Crush on the e-cookbook and I couldn’t be more excited about this project. Some exciting things will be shared and it’s all about Paleo meals with a little twists along the way. I can’t share too much because then it wouldn’t be a surprise!
So folks this has been a dream of mine for a long time to write a cookbook and I couldn’t be more excited to be doing it now times 2. I guess the “Multiply” part of my blog is totally true when it comes to this instance too. Two projects just like I had two little ones at the same time. Again, everything happens for a reason I suppose.
I’ll be busy behind the scenes but don’t worry I’ll update you along the way and keep Paleo friendly recipes coming your way in the meantime. I might even get to share a sneak peek along the way.
I really want to thank all of you out there! Thank you for your support, feedback, and friendship! You words and emails speak volumes to me. You all make what I share here on the blog that much more special.
Before I leave you here is a treat…..a cookie treat to help in celebrating! Enjoy!!
Pumpkin Spiced Cookie Cutter Cookies
1 3/4 cup almond flour (I prefer Honeyville)
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 1/2 tablespoons pumpkin puree
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
In a large bowl, combine coconut oil, maple syrup, pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and sea salt. Stir in almond flour and mix until well incorporated. Place dough in refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour.
Roll dough out between two pieces of parchment paper into ¼ to 1/2 – inch thickness. Cut out with cookie cutter of choice and carefully place on prepared baking sheet. If the cookies soften too much to place on the cookie sheet, transfer again to the freezer for a few minutes. Place in freezer for 15 minutes and then bake cookies for 10 to 12 minutes or just golden around edges. If you have remaining dough left roll out and cut out cookies and repeat.
Allow cookies to cool for 5 – 10 minutes on pan until transferring cookies to a wire rack to cool completely.
Cookies can be kept in an airtight container for 3 to 4 days or they can be stored in the freezer for longer.
Note: If you cut out cookies to 1/2-inch thickness they may need to bake a little longer.
I have many readers that reach out to me behind the scenes on ideas on how to plan a weekly paleo meal. Everything from the “how” to the “where do I start” to “what should I shop for”. In the beginning Paleo is very scary and daunting. It was for me! When I started I basically had to relearn how to eat and what to eat. What, no bread? No dairy? Even though those where horrible things to face I dove in anyways. I read so much paleo information and researched so many different Paleo blogs I start to dream about Paleo (true story). We are all super busy these days so making things easy and straightforward are all something we crave. Especially when it comes to Paleo because let’s face it in the beginning or in a busy week it’s not the easiest to plan your meals ahead. You basically want a list or details on how and what you should eat. With all that being said, I’m super excited to share with you a program from eMeals that is completely catered to us Paleo folks. eMeals recently reached out to me about their new Paleo eMeals plan and I was very excited by what they were doing. After it all it’s making it easy for all of us! You know why? Each weekly plan they are providing these things for you:
Their new plan is Paleo Made Possible, providing seven dinner recipes and shopping list every week. The recipes are simple and family-friendly, based on the guidelines of the Paleo diet, so you can create Paleo dinners to please the entire family each night of the week, and have more for leftovers hopefully for the day after.
All really cool, right? So how do you get started you ask? It’s simple…
Now for the best part! If you use the code PALEO you will get a 10% off discount! So head over to eMeals and go over to the Paleo page and explore more. You will find a sample meal plan with recipes to show you exactly what you might be getting if you sign up. The picture above is actually from one of the sample recipes, Pork Tenderloin with Peach Salsa and Peppery Slaw. Yum!
Go check out eMeals and see what it is all about. My only hope is that it makes your busy Paleo life a little easier! After all, I love you guys! And remember to use the code PALEO, for a 10% discount!