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- Print Length: 110 pages
- Publisher: Cavemandietblog.com (March 26, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 26, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DI3INSQ
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Paleo Breakfast Cookbook: 30 Days of Paleo Breakfast Meals Kindle Edition
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This is a super, go-to resource for ANYONE who wishes to have food and meal choices that are junk and preservative-free. Also, the Paleo breakfasts will not to cause you to get fat or feel tired. These are awesome ideas, too. I particularly love the section on having a "meaty start to the morning" because these are breakfast choices that are are healthy as they are filling. I already had tried the eggs wrapped in bacon. I loved it. I also made the crustless quiche and there is NO WAY I will ever use a starchy bread crust again to make quiche. The eggs cook so much easier on their own than with a shell underneath. Still, in the book there is much more to breakfast than that. The tomato smoothie is one I am going to definitely try. I am already eyeing the Scotch eggs, too.
On a separate note, when I got the book on my iPhone, I loaned it to my son, who is in the military, and told him to jot down the smoothie recipes because he cannot stand the taste of protein shakes. However, that "Rise and Shine Paleo Smoothie" sounds much more appetizing and less chalky (and way cheaper, may I add). I say this book is as appealing as it is interesting. All I have to do is pull it up on my Kindle app, and I am in business. Good job.
The book offers a bunch of egg-based recipes as you'd expect, but then you also get meat and poultry based recipes, paleo waffles, cereals, muffins, smoothies, and much more. Whatever you like to eat for breakfast, this book shows you not only how to make it paleo but also how to make it yummy! I love the grain-free cereal ideas as well as the banana bread because I can make that the day before if I'm in a rush in the morning.
A lot of the recipes aren't only for breakfast either. You could make the muffins or bars for snacks to take to work or eat on the run, or have the smoothie as an after-workout treat in the evening. The red onion quiche is also nice for dinner with some vegetables on the side. I really recommend this book whether you're starting out on a paleo way of eating or just looking for new recipes to keep mealtimes interesting. I have only made a few of the recipes so far but I've been really impressed with the results and know I'll be using this book a lot.