Recently I have been lucky enough to sample some yummy paleo receipies.  I am always being asked for new ideas.  If you have a favorite paleo meal, snack, or desert post it below so that others may try it. -Ju

Thrusters and Burpees?
One arm DB or KB Push Press  5L/5R – 5/5 – 5/5 – 5/5 – 5/5
4 max rep sets Deadlilft  (315lbs-M / 185lbs)
20 – 15 – 10 – 5 reps for time… 
walking lunge
pull up
Class at 6am and 6pm
Tempo at 90%
Swim – 12 minutes
Bike – 50 minutes
Run – 16 minutes
Row – 20 minutes 

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  1. taylor says:

    I just recently made three different batches of paleo icecream. The last two came out the best because Janna lent me her icecream maker. They are a coconut milk base and you can add any fruit that you like (berries of course). I cheated a little bit there, and used some illegal fruits 🙂 One batch I used Sun Butter, another coco powder and orange oil ectract. If you would like me to list that here on the comments I will. I don't know how lengthy that will get,

  2. dan says:

    taylor The fruit police now have APB out for you, I will sleep now I know there are on to you and not me!!

  3. lori says:

    brownies yum!
    6 T oil
    1/2 C raw honey
    2 eggs
    1/2 C carob powder
    1/2 C pecan nut meal
    1/4 C arrowroot

    Mix all and poor in to a greased 8x8x2 inch pan. Bake at 350 for about 20
    minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

  4. Shawn K says:

    All in favor of Taylor providing ice cream samples in lieu of listing the ingredients on the board here, please say "aye".

  5. taylor says:

    Oh thats it. You guys are getting ice cream…and when you all pretend that I shouldn't be bringing sweets in the gym, im going to have to reference this conversation 🙂 The fruit police, they would lock me up forever! Quick and dirty version: One can coconut milk on the stove in a double boiler with water simmering, not a crazy boil. Seperate bowl mix two eggs. Don't let milk boil, when its hot spoon a little of the mixture into the eggs little by little, bringing the temp of the egg mixture up so you can add it to the milk. If you were to pour the eggs right in, you would get egg drop soup. When you have dumped the warmed egg mix into the milk, whisk constantly until it thickens into a custard. Be patient. If you do it too hot and fast you will get scrambled eggs. When its thick, this is when you can take it off the heat and add what ever you like, fruit, nuts, sun butter, avocado (very creamy and not too strong flavor)etc. I grate fresh coconut in all my batches to give it a nice thick texture when its frozen.This is where you will add your 2-3 tablespoons of raw honey (I don't know how much if you are using agave). Throw it in the icecream maker and when it comes out it will be best to eat right then, nice and soft. If you have to put it in the freezer, you will definitly want to defrost it a bunch and mix it up cause it will be very hard. If no ice cream maker, put it in a bowl and in the freezer you will have to mix it every 30 min to break up the ice. If anyone tries it, I would love to know what flavors you come up with. Coco powder has no sugar so its a great flavor to play with. The avocado shounded nice to give a real rich creamy texture. Have fun!

  6. Sandra says:

    Quiche – 1 cup each: diced tomatoes, sliced/diced onion, scallion. 1/2 cup of cilantro (for a more latin flavor) or parsley and minced garlic to taste. sautee in olive oil on med heat for 5 mins. Beat 4 eggs, 1 cup of Almond meal, and mix in a baking dish. Bake at 350 for a minimum of 30 mins. Feel free to personalize and… add any cooked meats you would like (chicken, deli meats, sausage, bacon, etc) and feel free to add different kinds of peppers – Jalapeño for a lil kick = ) I enjoy green, red, yellow peppers for color — You know what they say, "We eat with our eyes first". Hope you guys enjoy!

  7. Sara! says:

    Thank you all for the website recommendations and recipes ~ I'm looking forward to spicing up my menus! Also – nthing please bring us the ice cream.

  8. Jen S. says:

    Faux Fried Rice: 8 oz pineapple tidbits sauteed with a little Pam and set aside…Brown 2 tablespoons slivered almonds in 1/2 tblsp coconut oil…set aside. Use about 1 tablespoon coconut oil and fry up 2 cups of well chopped cauliflower add in 3-4 chopped green onions, 1 teaspoon GOOD Curry powder salt and pepper to taste. Add in the pineapple and almonds and heat thru. Serve immediately as a side to your favorite meat or add in your meat of choice and make it a meal by itself. YUM! ENJOY!

  9. Noelle says:

    Paleo crackers! Can't yet vouch for this – but trying it this weekend.

    2 cups fine almond meal
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 clove garlic, minced
    3 tbsp Italian seasoning
    1 cup finely grated Parmesan or Romano cheese
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 tbsp sea salt
    4 tbsp water

    In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and stir to form a moist, sticky dough. Add more water or oil if needed. Using wet hands, place the dough on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Using your fingers, flatten the dough out into a uniform thin layer free of cracks. Bake in a preheated 350 degree over for 15 minutes or until dough becomes dry and golden in appearance. Remove and cool on a wire baking rack. Once the dough is cooled (and this is important, because it becomes very brittle right out of the oven) use a pizza cutter to create “crackers.” If not consuming immediately, be sure to store in an air-tight container.

  10. Tracy says:

    When you are craving something sweet…almond flour pancakes…yum. 1cup almond meal,1/8teaspoon vanilla,1/8 teaspoon cinnamon, 3 eggs. Mix all together. Make small pankcakes, they are kinda like a mini cake…put some berries and add some turkey sausage and you have yourself a delicious treat!! I double the recipe and it made enough to feed four. Enjoy!!

  11. A FED says:

    Sweet T's Cakes and Paleo Treats! Ice Cream with Lori's brownies…OH SNAP! Cavemen had Ice Cream and Brownies right? No? Glad we evolved then! mmmmmmmmmmmmm You need to sell this stuff guys! Cause lazy cooks like me will BUY it!

  12. taylor says:

    Um, so whens the pot luck dinner party? Im ready to eat my left arm Im so hungry. This is killing me reading this, I can't wait to try them all.

  13. t. says:

    You guys and all your fancy recipes… I bet you all were the same people holding up the line at Starbucks ordering the silly skinny mocha fru fru with spinkles and whipped bs'ed iced lattes.

  14. taylor says:

    Tony, why does that not suprise me 🙂 At least you like ice cream, Julie tried to knife me one time when I got ice cream near her, lol!

  15. ju says:

    You guys are awesome!!! Thank you! Josh I need your famous mac and cheese, and Emily you know what dish I am looking for!

  16. Em says:

    Ok Julie…I can't access facebook from work, so no copy/past for me..but here is the recipe: Lasagna 😉

    1lb lean ground beef
    1lb ground pork
    2 containers ricotta cheese
    3 packs shredded mozz cheese
    1 pack sliced mozz or prov cheese
    3 sm. cans "no salt" garlic tomato sauce
    1 reg can "no salt" tomato sauce
    2-3 sm. eggplants &/or zucchini (sliced circle eggplant, length wise for zucc about 2 cm thick)
    2 packs sliced large portobello mushrooms

    brown meat together, drain any fat. Add 2 sm. cans of tomato sauce and 1 large can.

    thin layer of olive oil to bottom of casserole dish, then thin layer of tomato sauce from remaining can.
    layer away!! eggplant/zucc; meatsauce; shredded cheese; eggplant/zucc; riccotta; mushrooms (single layer); spinach; little bit of remaining can of sauce; eggplant/zucc; meatsauce; shredded cheese; sliced cheese.
    Heat at 400 for about 30 min or until heated thru and brown on top. Will be a little more watery d/t fresh veggies…Enjoy