Paleo E-books

Continuing on from yesterday’s post regarding the Paleo e-books from the Harvest Your Health bundle, here are 5 more with specific recipes that I have tried plus additional information about each e-book that will give you an idea about its content.

Don’t miss out, the e-books in this bundle will help you live a healthier lifestyle and is definitely worth the  $37 investment! (This promo is over)


Paleogasm (by Camille Macres)

This e-book is packed with 150 recipes and takes your taste buds around the world with different cuisines such as Italian, Mexican, Vietnamese, Thai, Moroccan, Indian, etc. I’m thrilled about this e-book since most of the recipes are ones that I haven’t seen before! I’ve browsed through it 3x already and figured I’d try a sweet breakfast treat before anything else. This Banana Blueberry Muffins with Walnut Streusel enjoyed with a nice cup of tea was just what I was looking for.



Paleo Everyday (by Heather Connell)
An e-book that has a lot of eye candy, this will catch your attention from cover to cover. The mouth-watering pictures for each recipe will make you want to cook everything all at once! I particularly like how each recipe has tips for recipe modifications and what to do with leftovers. Recipes are categorized into breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks so it was very easy to navigate. To me since Fall is here, it is synonymous to a nice warm bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. This Paleo Apple Pie “Oatmeal” fits the bill and it got me going and kept me full until lunchtime.



The Grain Free Lunchbox (by Jolene Sloam)
Most of its recipes in this e-book are geared towards preparing healthy meals and snacks for kids lunch boxes. Lots of bite sized pieces such as mini burgers, nuggets, pancakes and more – all of which can easily be enjoyed by the little ones!

The Sweet and Sour Chicken caught my eye because it is entirely different from the Chinese version that we all are accustomed to. The ingredient list is short and I had everything in the pantry so I fired up my cast iron pan and started cooking. In less than 30 minutes, we had a piping hot delicious meal. So simple, just the way I like it!



Toadally Primal Smoothies (by Todd Dosenberry)
Smoothies are great any time of the day and I enjoy them once in a while when I’m too busy or tired to cook and want something quick. These primal smoothies are made with fresh ingredients and healthy fats without the protein powder usually found in most smoothies. I made a trio this past weekend since it still felt like summer in SoCal and we needed something refreshing. I also love how great they look with these reusable EcoJarz lids and straws! The recipes for the Pumpkin Banana Bread, Strawberry Cucumber Slushy and Green Power smoothies can be found here.



A Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving (by George Bryant)
Lastly, it wont be Fall if there are no pumpkin recipes and this particular e-book is solely dedicated to the good ol’ jack o lantern! These Pumpkin Spice Date Bars are the perfect portable snack on the go or a sweet treat after a hearty meal. I made modifications to the original recipe for a nuttier texture that I prefer. I will be sharing my version tomorrow so stay tuned!


Clearly the 7 Paleo e-books I have highlighted are just the tip of the iceberg and if you are interested in learning more about the rest, head over to the Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale website or click on the buy now button below to purchase this bundle! (This promo is over) 


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