This dairy-free and Paleo blueberry collagen cheesecake is full of bright blueberry flavor and zesty hints of lemon. It’s creamy, smooth, and packed with protein, thanks to Primal Kitchen Collagen Peptides and raw cashews. Not only is it gorgeous and yummy, but it’s also good for you.
Similar to tapioca or rice pudding, chia seed pudding is a thick, creamy emulsion that can be sweetened or not and dotted with fresh fruits for an easy-to-tote treat or breakfast. This sky blue pudding is courtesy of Kendra Cardoza of Paleo Paparazzi.
For evenings when time seems too short to finish science projects, finalize reports for tomorrow’s work day, and fold the laundry that’s been sitting in the dryer for three days, try these quick-cook dinner recipes. You can have a delicious meal made with high-quality ingredients on the table in 30 minutes or less.
You don’t have to go to extremes to entice the kids to eat their packed lunches. A bit of planning paired with cutting ingredients up in pieces that are easy for little hands to grab can make packing nourishing lunches for school easy. Check out our tips and recipes for kid-friendly lunch ideas with clean ingredients.
Gluten-free pasta that’s made with chickpeas, lentils, or corn has similar toothsome bite and neutral flavor as traditional pasta. When you want a fresh, verdant, straight-from-the-garden pasta that the entire family can enjoy, this plant-based chickpea penne with pesto and vegetables is it.
Crisp breading on the outside, soft and moist on the inside, coated in a sticky, salty, aromatic sauce, General Tso's chicken has become an iconic dish. We remade this it to give it a more modern flair. Instead of chicken, we used cauliflower florets and made a sauce from honey and Primal Kitchen No Soy Teriyaki Sauce.
The BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato) sandwich may be the most serendipitous sandwich ever created—refreshing romaine provides a sturdy bed to sop up the summer sweet juices dripping from thick slices of vine-ripened ruby tomato, salty snaps of smoked pork meat and crisp fat, gilded with a thick, creamy smear of mayo. We think a BLT is strong enough to stand alone, breadless; here's our version.
As artful, inspired, and creative as they are tasty, smoothie bowls offer a spoonable way to savor and slow down. You can slurp 300-400 or more calories real fast with a smoothie, but smoothie bowls with satisfying toppings can help you stay fueled for longer. This pretty-in-pink version uses pitaya and strawberries.
Luscious, creamy, and deceptively airy, cheesecake coats the tongue languidly in a dreamy layer of silky sweetness. Our version captures the velvety mouthfeel and moist, crumbly crust without the cloying excess that spikes insulin and unleashes cravings. We use our golden turmeric collagen for a warm spicy flavor and sunshiny color.
Mark Sisson sat down with Lewis Howes to discuss the keys to his success. In this podcast, Lewis asks Mark to reveal the most important skill set an entrepreneur can have, what lessons he’s learned about building an in-demand brand, and how to spot opportunities.
Primal Kitchen founder Mark Sisson loves his coffee. Mark concocted a creative way to add magnesium to his morning cup by grinding hemp hearts with coffee beans. The addition of vanilla collagen adds a creamy, latte-like sweetness, the cinnamon dusting brings warmth, and a pinch of sea salt richens the coffee’s bouquet.