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These look yummy! I want to make them, but don’t have tapioca starch. My question is would arrowroot powder work in place of it? Since it’s a starch as well. Thanks!

These are fabulous!! Our new fave!! Also tried the gingerbread…good but couldn’t get them to crisp (any ideas? ), and the sugar cookies were a disaster…lol These, however, made it onto my gift trays. Now I have to make more for us. 🙂 Thank you so much for the egg free recipes!

Susan, for the gingerbread, the thinner you roll them and the longer you bake them, the crispier they will get. Thicker and shorter bake times yield chewier cookies. I am not sure what happened with the sugar cookies 🙁 Sad!

These look yummy! I want to make them, but don’t have tapioca starch. My question is would arrowroot powder work in place of it? Since it’s a starch as well. Thanks!

These are fabulous!! Our new fave!! Also tried the gingerbread…good but couldn’t get them to crisp (any ideas? ), and the sugar cookies were a disaster…lol These, however, made it onto my gift trays. Now I have to make more for us. 🙂 Thank you so much for the egg free recipes!

Susan, for the gingerbread, the thinner you roll them and the longer you bake them, the crispier they will get. Thicker and shorter bake times yield chewier cookies. I am not sure what happened with the sugar cookies 🙁 Sad!

This comforting soup tastes just like fajitas, and it is the perfect cozy meal on a chilly day. Since it is made in the slower cooker, this paleo recipe can be made ahead of time. Most of the flavor comes from a variety of peppers, some fresh salsa, and a blend of spices. After dicing up all of the ingredients and dumping them into the crock pot, you don’t have to do anything but enjoy it once it is ready.

These shrimp get their name from the soft, sweet, tasty coating that clings to their surface after they are cooked. They are seasoned with a very mild blend of oregano, cumin, and paprika, so they work well in many different options. You can fold them into a paleo tortilla to make a yummy burrito or use them as a topping on a shrimp fajita salad. The sticky shrimp are also great as a main dish served with one of your favorite paleo Mexican recipes for side dishes.

Most Mexican paleo foods use tortillas made from coconut or tapioca flour, but this does not have to be your only option. If you are eating from a version of the paleo diet that allows cheese, then these cheese crisp taco shells are perfect for your taco night. Just be sure to shape them while they are still warm, so they will hold taco fillings. The cheesy flavor of these taco shells perfectly complements a beef or chicken filling.

These look yummy! I want to make them, but don’t have tapioca starch. My question is would arrowroot powder work in place of it? Since it’s a starch as well. Thanks!

These are fabulous!! Our new fave!! Also tried the gingerbread…good but couldn’t get them to crisp (any ideas? ), and the sugar cookies were a disaster…lol These, however, made it onto my gift trays. Now I have to make more for us. 🙂 Thank you so much for the egg free recipes!

Susan, for the gingerbread, the thinner you roll them and the longer you bake them, the crispier they will get. Thicker and shorter bake times yield chewier cookies. I am not sure what happened with the sugar cookies 🙁 Sad!

This comforting soup tastes just like fajitas, and it is the perfect cozy meal on a chilly day. Since it is made in the slower cooker, this paleo recipe can be made ahead of time. Most of the flavor comes from a variety of peppers, some fresh salsa, and a blend of spices. After dicing up all of the ingredients and dumping them into the crock pot, you don’t have to do anything but enjoy it once it is ready.

These shrimp get their name from the soft, sweet, tasty coating that clings to their surface after they are cooked. They are seasoned with a very mild blend of oregano, cumin, and paprika, so they work well in many different options. You can fold them into a paleo tortilla to make a yummy burrito or use them as a topping on a shrimp fajita salad. The sticky shrimp are also great as a main dish served with one of your favorite paleo Mexican recipes for side dishes.

Most Mexican paleo foods use tortillas made from coconut or tapioca flour, but this does not have to be your only option. If you are eating from a version of the paleo diet that allows cheese, then these cheese crisp taco shells are perfect for your taco night. Just be sure to shape them while they are still warm, so they will hold taco fillings. The cheesy flavor of these taco shells perfectly complements a beef or chicken filling.




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These look yummy! I want to make them, but don’t have tapioca starch. My question is would arrowroot powder work in place of it? Since it’s a starch as well. Thanks!

These are fabulous!! Our new fave!! Also tried the gingerbread…good but couldn’t get them to crisp (any ideas? ), and the sugar cookies were a disaster…lol These, however, made it onto my gift trays. Now I have to make more for us. 🙂 Thank you so much for the egg free recipes!

Susan, for the gingerbread, the thinner you roll them and the longer you bake them, the crispier they will get. Thicker and shorter bake times yield chewier cookies. I am not sure what happened with the sugar cookies 🙁 Sad!

This comforting soup tastes just like fajitas, and it is the perfect cozy meal on a chilly day. Since it is made in the slower cooker, this paleo recipe can be made ahead of time. Most of the flavor comes from a variety of peppers, some fresh salsa, and a blend of spices. After dicing up all of the ingredients and dumping them into the crock pot, you don’t have to do anything but enjoy it once it is ready.

These shrimp get their name from the soft, sweet, tasty coating that clings to their surface after they are cooked. They are seasoned with a very mild blend of oregano, cumin, and paprika, so they work well in many different options. You can fold them into a paleo tortilla to make a yummy burrito or use them as a topping on a shrimp fajita salad. The sticky shrimp are also great as a main dish served with one of your favorite paleo Mexican recipes for side dishes.

Most Mexican paleo foods use tortillas made from coconut or tapioca flour, but this does not have to be your only option. If you are eating from a version of the paleo diet that allows cheese, then these cheese crisp taco shells are perfect for your taco night. Just be sure to shape them while they are still warm, so they will hold taco fillings. The cheesy flavor of these taco shells perfectly complements a beef or chicken filling.




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Authentic Mexican recipes that stay on the menu when you go paleo? Sure authentic Mexican food is typically brimming with corn and beans. But what if you could prepare the same authentic Mexican food without any grains or legumes? What if gluten-free, grain-free, local, grass fed, pasture-raised, and every other buzzword-y category was possible while remaining 100% true to Mexican tradition?

We’re going to show you that it’s not only possible to prepare authentic Mexican food that’s also paleo-friendly, but you can do so in a way that honors to the vast culinary traditions of Mexico.

We’ve been tirelessly perfecting these authentic Mexican recipes and now we’re on to shooting the photos writing.




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