So, I did it. I own a copy of Simple Paleo Recipes. Most of my meal recipes come from around the web, my own creations, or my copies of The Paleo Cookbooks, Recipes For The 21st Century Hunter Gatherer and Paleo Eating For Modern People. Always on the lookout to satisfy my primal desire for Paleo food, I was excited to see Nikki was releasing more recipes. What I didn’t expect was the 180 pages of Paleo recipes in this cookbook. That, my friends, is a lot of recipes.
I sat surprised when I arrived at the download page to get my copy of the Simple Paleo Recipes cookbook, and it included a free Paleo-style milkshake recipes guide. All made with your very own homemade almond milk (she teaches you how to make it). Score!
Nikki also details the benefits of almonds and why milk isn’t good for you, or your body. Not sure how long the milkshakes download will available as a bonus, but you’ll be happy you have it.
It comes with:
You don’t need any special cooking appliances or utensils. And for the non-strict Paleo dieters, Nikki included a few recipes that include green beans, and a few others which include honey.
Another cool cookbook feature is that the recipes are color coded to make it easier to mix and match recipes/dishes to create an entire family Paleo meal.
Simple Paleo Recipes is conveniently broken down in to the following sections:
I’m very pleased with the recipes and I’m happy to have it in my Paleo diet arsenal. Grab your copy here, and get cooking!