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the-petite-crossfitter:

Paleo Mini-Meatloves.
Man these things were delicious. The darker ones are angus beef, the lighter ones were grass-fed turkey. Not going to lie, the turkey was my favorite, so juicy and tender. Mmmm mmmm. And if you’re wondering, the recipe…
1 lb. of beef. (preferable grass-fed), 1/4 glass of coconut milk, 1/2 cup of sauteed bell peppers and onions, pepper, and parsley. Mash it all up together in a bowl (I stirred with hands…YES THEY WERE CLEAN TOO) while the oven preheats at 400 degrees. Put the bacon in the muffin pans and then fill them up with the meat. This will make about five small loaves. Cook for thirty minutes. 
NOTE** Be careful, the grease from mine was overflowing out of the pans so I had to put another pan underneath it to prevent the grease from hitting the bottom of the oven and making our smoke alarms going off.
And I ate these bad boys with some sweet potato fries. Huzzah.
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the-petite-crossfitter:

Paleo Mini-Meatloves.
Man these things were delicious. The darker ones are angus beef, the lighter ones were grass-fed turkey. Not going to lie, the turkey was my favorite, so juicy and tender. Mmmm mmmm. And if you’re wondering, the recipe…
1 lb. of beef. (preferable grass-fed), 1/4 glass of coconut milk, 1/2 cup of sauteed bell peppers and onions, pepper, and parsley. Mash it all up together in a bowl (I stirred with hands…YES THEY WERE CLEAN TOO) while the oven preheats at 400 degrees. Put the bacon in the muffin pans and then fill them up with the meat. This will make about five small loaves. Cook for thirty minutes. 
NOTE** Be careful, the grease from mine was overflowing out of the pans so I had to put another pan underneath it to prevent the grease from hitting the bottom of the oven and making our smoke alarms going off.
And I ate these bad boys with some sweet potato fries. Huzzah.
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the-petite-crossfitter:

Paleo Mini-Meatloves.

Man these things were delicious. The darker ones are angus beef, the lighter ones were grass-fed turkey. Not going to lie, the turkey was my favorite, so juicy and tender. Mmmm mmmm. And if you’re wondering, the recipe…

1 lb. of beef. (preferable grass-fed), 1/4 glass of coconut milk, 1/2 cup of sauteed bell peppers and onions, pepper, and parsley. Mash it all up together in a bowl (I stirred with hands…YES THEY WERE CLEAN TOO) while the oven preheats at 400 degrees. Put the bacon in the muffin pans and then fill them up with the meat. This will make about five small loaves. Cook for thirty minutes. 

NOTE** Be careful, the grease from mine was overflowing out of the pans so I had to put another pan underneath it to prevent the grease from hitting the bottom of the oven and making our smoke alarms going off.

And I ate these bad boys with some sweet potato fries. Huzzah.

elizabeth-antoinette:

inothernews:

The New York Times’s Michael Moss’s expose of the packaged foods industry is nothing short of eye-popping.

Many of the foods you love are skillfully designed to be incredibly addictive. It’s shockingly deceitful, morally disturbing and sadly, 100% legal. Educate yourself and make better choices! Accountability is up to you, because if it hasn’t become clear by now, these companies do not care AT ALL about their consumers when profit is involved.

isthispaleo:

The paleo diet is moving mainstream, and I happen to be someone who has experienced the benefits of eating without grains, dairy, legumes and sugar. I found paleo as a member of Crossfit Roots (thanks, Nicole!), and I personally embrace this way of eating because it emphasizes whole, real foods—particularly lots of vegetables and healthy fats. I’ve never eaten so much kale or avocado since going paleo a year ago. Are we really in a paleo revolution—or is this just another fad diet that will fizzle over time? (via Why the paleo diet is trending | New Hope 360 Blog)

hardbody-kelsey:

one-twenty-five:

~ Paleo Pancakes (I know, I’m obsessed) ~

What you need:

  1. Banana
  2. Two eggs
  3. Cinnamon
  4. Toppings of choice (optional)

The How To:

  1. Mash Banana in bowl
  2. Add cinnamon to mashed banana (stir in) 
  3. Add two whole eggs to banana & cinnamon (stir in)
  4. Wa-hoo! You now have (a very healthy) pancake mix. 
  5. Make like pancakes in a pan (medium-low heat) 
  6. Serve & add topping of your choice

THESE ARE AMAZING I MADE THEM LAST WEEK.

omg make them
now

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