Paleo Breakfast Recipes: For Busy Moms and Dads

The Paleo Recipe Book

Paleo Breakfast Recipes: For Busy Moms and Dads

Looking for some tasty Paleo breakfast recipes?

This book has you covered. You’ll find everything from frittatas, smoothies and scrambles to muffins, pancakes and other baked goodness. Here are a sample of some recipes you’ll find:

Summer Surprise Blueberry Muffins
Biting into these muffins reminds us of walking through a primordial forest and stumbling on a dewy, glistening patch of fresh blueberries. How could you help but gobble up every juicy, surprising morsel? W


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  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Must have easy cookbook for Paleo people, April 14, 2013
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    Great recipes that make being Paleo easy without too many fancy ingredients or fancy equipment needed. Yes, you’ll need Almond Flour and Coconut Oil and the like, but if you’re going Paleo you’ll need to stock up on these anyways. A great book for jumping in and cooking today.

    The Apple Cinnamon Muffins were super moist and delicious that my husband didn’t know initially they were Gluten Free/Paleo. He (and many of my friends) think of GF baked goods as equivalent to cardboard, and that’s not the case at all with these muffins. Can’t wait to try more recipes and change my friends’ minds.

    The price can’t be beat as well. Thanks Tyler for this great collection of recipes!

    Update – I’m finding this to be my Go To book when I’m looking for muffin recipes (and that’s even with 150 Best Gluten Free Muffin Recipes cookbook on my shelf).

    I’ve also enjoyed the Caveman’s Cocoa Muffins – made with home ground Pecan flour versus Almond flour as the recipe called for and was still yummy.

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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    Perfect Complement to a Paleo Diet, March 29, 2013
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    You don’t have to be a busy mom or dad to use or enjoy this book, but I’m also certain that it would really help out if you were trying to raise your kids to eat a healthy Paleo diet.

    I have been Paleo for over a year now. The benefits of it are too numerous to list in one review, but to summarize, it’s completely changed my health and my life.

    One of the hardest things continually is to find or develop new recipes. When you limit your diet, you feel as though you are limiting your options.

    I found this book after picking up and enjoying 4 Weeks of Fabulous Paleolithic Breakfasts (4 Weeks of Fabulous Paleo Recipes) which was spurred by my major cravings for a hearty breakfast. I have been longing to replicate a gluten-free version of carb-loaded ones I grew up on in the South. These days, I have very simple breakfasts because I’m not a chef and usually just make something simple.

    This book has given me such wonderful ideas for breakfast time. It completely replaced my recipe for Paleo oatmeal (I call mine faux-tmeal) as well as added a ton of delicious recipes to my collection.

    From muffins to bars to pancakes to good old fashioned hash browns made with sweet potato, this book is a real winner.

    I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that’s on a Paleo diet for maintenance or even those beginning the Paleo diet.

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