Our version of shrimp alfredo comes together quickly and easily with our No-Dairy Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce, spiralized zucchini noodles, fast pan-seared spiced shrimp, sliced grape tomatoes for a pop of color and a burst of acidity, and a liberal amount of chopped fresh parsley for an herby edge.
Spaghetti with meatballs is as soothing to make as it is to eat. We upgraded the classic to make it lower carb with zoodles, and Whole30 and paleo approved with our Roasted Garlic Marinara Sauce with no added sugar. Our homemade, rich meatballs are ones you'll want to add into your regular meal prep rotation.
This five-minute, no-cook Asian Slaw actually comes together in less than five minutes if you use pre-cut cabbage and carrots. Dump all veggies into a large bowl with some fresh herbs, chopped cashews, and Primal Kitchen Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and it's ready!
Similar to tapioca or rice pudding, chia seed pudding is a thick, creamy mixture 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.