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From Cavemen to College: Easy Tips on Going Paleo

From Cavemen to College: Easy Tips on Going Paleo

Like most students, I have an undeniable problem with fatigue. Sure, nights out roaming the dirty Eug and consuming my more than fair share of Taco Bell and Track Town may have a little something to do with it. I decided to try going paleo over the summer to see if it made a difference in how I felt. The result? Simply amazing. I had more energy and felt much healthier and happier.

But is it possible to try out the paleo diet in a campus setting? Absolutely. Here are some of the basic do’s and don’t’s of going paleo:

DO:

  • Eat lots of meat, seafood, and eggs
  • Eat fruits and vegetables
  • Munch on nuts and seeds
  • Use only healthy oils (olive, coconut, flaxseed, etc.)

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  • Experiment by baking with almond, flaxseed and coconut flour

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  • Eat almond and sunflower seed butter

Photo by Savannah Carter

DON’T:

  • Eat cereal grains or legumes (this includes peanuts)
  • Consume dairy
  • Eat refined sugars, processed foods or refined vegetable oil
  • Eat potatoes (I take this one as more of a suggestion than a rule…French fries are a luxury no caveman would have denied)

Although going full-on Paleo is wonderful, it can also be expensive. However, using the above guidelines as a basis for a cleaner diet is 100% doable! There are hundreds of websites and cookbooks that detail how you can more affordably go paleo. So the next time you are feeling sluggish, consider altering your diet as a solution! Trust me: it’s so easy, a caveman could do it.

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21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


21 Easy Paleo Recipes That Are Perfect for Beginners

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Even if you're a Caveman Diet newbie, you'll be feeling like a pro with these super-simple recipes.

Collard greens sub in for tortillas in these healthy tacos. With a portobello mushroom filling topped with guacamole, chopped tomatoes, and cashew cream, they're sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Get the recipe at Healthy Nibbles and Bits.

This veggie bowl is technically for winter, but it'll satisfy year-round. The combination of butternut squash, avocado, beets, walnuts, and kale makes for an incredibly nutritious and filling meal.

Get the recipe at Eat the Grains.

Even beginners can take on this cauliflower pizza. There are a whole bunch of topping options to choose from, but this mushroom and tomato version couldn't look tastier.

Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.

This one-pot dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need is a handful of ingredients &mdash none of which are meat and dairy.

Get the recipe at Sweet C's.

All you have to do for this crunchy snack is slice some avocados, roll in a crushed pork rind batter, and let the oven do the work.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

This one-skillet meal proves that keeping it simple pays off.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

Introducing a lighter and healthier version of the Italian comfort food, featuring white sweet potato noodles, coconut milk, and cauliflower. Not a spec of dairy or gluten in sight.

Get the recipe at Meatified.

Spice up your veggies with ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and Italian seasoning, and have a meal ready in less than an hour.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This is what we call a healthy fried rice remix. Pulse some cauliflower, toss with veggies, add soy sauce, and you're done.

Get the recipe at The Crepes Of Wrath.

Throw all your ingredients in a large pot over medium heat and stir. Then. oh wait, that's it. Time to eat!

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

We know this looks intimidating, but you're actually just five steps away from this protein-packed, nutritious meal.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's nearly impossible to go astray with a 15-minute recipe that calls for a total of four ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Curious Coconut.

Just because you're watching your diet doesn't mean you have to skip out on dessert. And believe us, you definitely don't want to say no to this sweet treat.

Get the recipe at Stupid Easy Paleo.

Perfect for those savory, crunchy snack cravings come mid-afternoon (or late at night).

Get the recipe at Meatified.

When you hear "quiche," the word "easy" doesn't usually come to mind, but don't worry &mdash this recipe is just a simple crust, cooked veggies, and whisked eggs.

Get the recipe at Crepes Of Wrath.

It's a matter of mixing up a lime-infused and cumin dressing, and tossing with delicious add-ins. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Get the recipe at Kalyn's Kitchen.

Take a half hour on Sunday night to make a batch of these ham-and-egg cups for protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast bites for the busy week ahead.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

This guilt-free take on the heavier classic dish requires merely three ingredients and practically zero effort.

Get the recipe at Linda Wagner.

If you struggle to get your kids &mdash or hubby &mdash to eat right, try these jacket taters topped with a homemade meat and veggie sauce. They won't even know they're being healthy because it's that delicious.

Get the recipe at Paleo Newbie.

With this delicious alternative, you won't miss the bread. Added bonus: Eating out of an avocado equals less dirty dishes!

Get the recipe at Cook Eat Paleo.


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