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Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte

COURSE: Beverages Ahh... fall weather. Not like we get much of that around here, but I still get excited about the prospect when we get that first truly chilly day of the year. That's when I start thinking about how much better the house would be if it smelled like cinnamon spice and baked goods... and tastiness usually ensues. This particular recipe is for those of us that would like to appreciate a delicious pumpkin spice latte at home- the dairy free ...

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Chia Seed Pudding

COURSE: Dessert   The full credit for this recipe will have to go to my roommate, @thevmh.  He found this one and adapted it, so this one is officially his baby- and it's a straight up masterpiece. Something about the texture of the chia seeds- almost like nano tapiocas... mmm. But, enough chat- time for the recipe. Gonna try out this recipe? Don’t forget to tag your Instagram pictures to see yours show up on this page: #chiaseedpudding  #leafygreenpaleo

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Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes

COURSE: Breakfast   This recipe is based off of one that was originally found in a cookbook. However, I decided to try it out at my grandparent's place in North Dakota over Thanksgiving break, where my cousin Fritz and I had been doing the majority of the cooking for everybody. As I threw all of the ingredients in a bowl, Fritz (who is a pretty good cook and one of those people that has been doing it long enough to cook by instinct ...

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Paleo Oatmeal

COURSE: Breakfast   Why isn't oatmeal paleo? Oatmeal is one of those breakfast staples that many people are hesitant to say goodbye to when they adopt a paleo or primal diet. In fact, you probably wouldn't be here if you weren't searching for a paleo oatmeal recipe.  Many people want to know why oatmeal isn't paleo. I looked around, and per usual, Mark's Daily Apple has sound, scientifically based information in an easily digestible format.  So I'll defer to him on this: Are Oats ...

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Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

COURSE: Soup   This thai coconut chicken soup, or "Tom Ka Gai",  sounds like an exotic, every once in a while meal, but it tastes like pure comfort and it's even one that I could see myself craving instead of plain chicken soup when I'm sick.  It is creamy, but not too thick; has a kick, but isn't too spicy that you would actually call it hot.  Of course, you are more than welcome to add more of the chili paste and change ...

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Coconut Milk Iced Coffee

COURSE: Beverages   This coconut milk iced coffee is really more of a dessert than a simple beverage, but I do usually drink it in the morning and not as a treat after meals, so... I guess I can rationalize putting it in the breakfast category. I have tried quite a few different kinds of coffee and enjoyed it in plenty of different ways. I have also ruined quite a few pots of coffee and had literally no idea what went wrong. ...