Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are

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Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are

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In today’s fast-paced world, the family dinner can easily get swallowed up by work, errands, and kids’ activities. But sitting down to a healthy home-cooked meal doesn’t have to be a thing of the past. In Make Ahead Paleo, Tammy Credicott shows you how to eat well at home and on the run, without sacrificing flavor or good nutrition. Tammy offers up more than 100 flavorful recipes that are ready when you are, wherever you are, each one beautifully illustrated with a photo that will inspire you to


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  1. 105 of 106 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Read page #214!, October 29, 2013
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    L. J. (Michigan) –

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    This review is from: Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are (Paperback)
    Make-Ahead Paleo is a cookbook aimed at busy families who want to sit down to home-cooked meals, but who don’t always have the time to cook them. This cookbook includes over 100 make-ahead paleo freezer and slow cooker recipes that are free from gluten, grains, and dairy. Make-Ahead Paleo also includes organizational tools such as inventory sheets and grocery lists to help simplify the process even further. These recipes allow busy families to enjoy healthy, whole-food meals without spending hours preparing them each week.

    Make-Ahead Paleo also provides meal solutions for those times when sitting down around the dinner table just isn’t possible, featuring recipes that travel well and can be eaten on the run. For those who travel frequently but want to maintain a healthy, Paleo diet on the road, there are one-pan recipes that can be prepared in a hotel room. Healthy Paleo sweet treats round out the recipes in this cookbook that aims to make Paleo eating more convenient for busy families.

    If you like this book, here are some other quick and easy Paleo recipe books I’ve read and recommend:
    Paleo Snacks: 101 Quick, Easy, Delicious and Healthy Paleo Snack Recipes
    Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On the Go: The Solution to Gluten-Free Eating All Day Long with Delicious, Easy and Portable Primal Meals

    My FAVORITE recipes!:

    Jerk Chicken Legs (pg. #106)
    Slow Cooker Chicken Tagine (pg. #112)
    Ginger BBQ Beef (pg. #132)
    Paleo Party Mix (pg. #146)
    Coffee Cup Eggs (pg. #188)
    Almond Shortbread (pg. #218)
    Lemon Coconut Loaf (pg. #244)
    Sesame Chicken Salad (pg. #254)
    Steak Cobb Salad with Mango Dressing (pg. #258)

    My very favorite!:
    Red Curry Steak Fajitas (pg. #214)

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  2. 116 of 121 people found the following review helpful
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    Hands Down, Our Family’s New Favorite Cookbook!, September 22, 2013
    By 
    Dana

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    This review is from: Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are (Paperback)
    Oh Goodness, Tammy has truly outdone herself with this one! And this busy working Mom, who feeds three hungry men daily, is extremely grateful! Our family has been Paleo for well over two years now, and this book has already given us several new favorites that my kids request on weekly meal planning day. Really! My kids are NOT the eager ones in the kitchen, wanting to help. But finally… FINALLY… because they love the taste of this food so much, they voluntarily ask me to stir and add ingredients now. It brings me to tears… For real. It’s priceless.

    I own several Paleo cookbooks: Some recipes knock it out of the park, some are way too simple and “easy.” And quite honestly, many of the ones that look luxuriously amazing in photos often end up tasting just… well… “meh.” They are either too time-consuming, have too many crazy ingredients, turn out the wrong consistency, or just fall flat by being bland and have to be re-vamped beyond just simple little tweaks.

    I love every chapter of this book: Make & Freeze, Low & Slow, On the Go, Room Service, Travel Treats, and Week In a Day. The indexes in the back: How to Store Anything, Stocking your Paleo Kitchen, Grocery Lists, and blank Freezer Inventory sheets are awesome resources also. I find that when my pantry and freezer are stocked how you suggest, I can wake up on any given weekend morning or zoom home on any busy weekday evening and still whip up something healthy and delicious for my family.

    So far, my boys wanted me to give you a “shout out” for the following recipes:

    1) Sloppy Joe’s! (pg. 84 – a huge pot is simmering now, while we are cozy in front of rainy day football) Your combination of flavors in this recipe is absolutely spot on! My only regret is that I can never seem to make enough to have for dinner AND to freeze ahead. No matter how much of it I make, they devour it ALL. We like to saute the onions and peppers in duck fat from Fatworks.

    2) Breakfast Muffins (pg. 58) My kids love playing with different add-ins. They are thrilled to finally find a recipe that is perfectly moist with just the right amount of sweetness. Sometimes we add Enjoy Life soy-free chocolate chips.

    3) Bacon & Onion Roast (pg. 128) Yep, the mouth-watering title says it all. Plus, the 8 simple ingredients are in my kitchen 95% of the time, so the 10-15 minute prep in the morning is SO easy for a busy weeknight meal. The leftovers with fresh bacon crumbles on top have proven to be a fantastic lunchbox option, too.

    4) Chicken Piccata Bites (pg. 200) A refreshing and easy weeknight meal with simple, hearty yumminess.

    These four recipes are just the tip of the iceberg and I can’t wait for this coming week!

    Honestly, I’ve been in a daily grind and meal planning rut lately and you’ve snapped me out of it with MORE than just the recipes. Your heartfelt narrative in the beginning reminds me anew to live simply, reconnect with loved ones, choose work that I’m passionate about, play, have adventures and have FUN! Thank you for injecting a shot of new inspiration into our lives and our food!

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  3. 57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
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    Busy parents that still want to put a healthy meal on the table?, September 17, 2013
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    Michele V Spring (Broomfield, CO, US) –

    This review is from: Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are (Paperback)
    There have been a lot of Paleo cookbooks that have come out this summer, and the majority of them have been outstanding. However, this book by Tammy is my favorite of them all because it is part cookbook and part “how to keep sane while feeding a family and working full time and also having a life”. I was fortunate to get an advanced copy and have been cooking out of this book for a few weeks now and every single recipe I have made has been easy to assemble, easy to cook, and delicious. But the best part for me is that the book gives instructions on how to prepare it when you have time (for me, Sunday afternoons) and then how to cook it when you need it (for me, any given night throughout the week). It’s a great guide to let you know what freezes well too, so a lot of the meals I made double and triple batches of the recipe and kept one to cook that week and froze the others to have for dinners later. One time in the kitchen with all the messy prep work and 2-3 meals after that that are ready to go when I am? Working mother’s dream. The crock pot recipes are also great for those days when I have time earlier in the day but maybe not so much later (um, every weekend?). This book is great if you are a working parent who have kids who nap too – cook meals for the week on Sunday when they are napping and hang out with them during the week after work. Way too many of my nights have been spent in front of a stove and not spending my precious hour that I get with them after work before they go to bed. But with this I can get most of it back! I cannot recommend this book enough for anyone who feels like they don’t have enough time but yet still wants to cook nutritious home-cooked meals for their family.

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