If you’re wondering what makes these Paleo Tigernut Pancakes so perfect, you don’t have to look further than its name to figure it out. It’s the Tigernut Flour. I adore using it for anything bread-like.
It retains moisture, has its own natural sweetness and it won’t fall apart when you eat it. Continue reading “Paleo Tigernut Pancakes: The perfect pancake”
I have worked for years to create a perfect Paleo waffle; a banana bread waffle that is sweet, moist and nutritious. The trick is to use Tigernut flour, instead of almond flour.
Tigernut flour is naturally sweet and retains moisture which makes it perfect for waffles, pancakes and bread. Continue reading “Paleo Tigernut Banana Bread Waffles with Gelatin”
Making a soft, moist and not too sweet brownie is my holy grail in Paleo cooking.
Tigernut flour and dates and date syrup are the secret to accomplishing this feat. If you’ve used almond or coconut flour, your brownies have likely fallen apart and have been remarked upon as “dry”. Fear not. I’ve got your back. Continue reading “Paleo Tigernut Brownies: So good, it’s ridiculous!”
Finally, a Paleo bread that isn’t starch or nut heavy. It’s mostly zucchini and eggs, meaning it’s basically a zucchini latke camouflaged as bread.
I use this whenever I need a flatbread or pizza crust substitute.
Continue reading “Paleo Zucchini Pizza and Flatbread Crust”
Welcome to your naked Paleo spanakopita. There’s no Paleo “phyllo” in this recipe, sorry. While this may not “look” like spanakopita, it really tastes like the inside of a spanakopita.
Yummy spinach, onion, garlic and a tangy nut cheese make this anything but an average veggie dish. Continue reading “Paleo Spanakopita: Your New Favorite Spinach Appetizer”