Paleo Shrimp Nachos with Pineapple Salsa

Paleo nachos? You mean “nachos without cheese?!”

That’s right… and these are so good, you won’t even miss the cheese. Plus, Siete is making Paleo life even easier with their Grain Free Tortilla Chips. The Lime flavor is my favorite, but Sea Salt would work well in this recipe, too. While these chips are made from Whole 30 approved ingredients, all forms of chips are excluded from the Whole 30 program. The shrimp and pineapple salsa from this recipe, though, would make a great salad!

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Modified Monday: Bacon Apple and Cranberry Salad

I kept the title of this salad pretty generic, but for those of you from Wisconsin, you might recognize this as the Wisco Salad at Ian’s Pizza. It’s the perfect combination of sweet and savory! I go through spurts with this salad where I’ll keep my fridge stocked with cooked chicken and bacon to throw this salad together for lunch. The recipe, as written, will make about three salads.

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No-Recipe Meal Ideas

Maybe you just flat out have too much going on (or are even just too lazy, which is fine) to put a lot of effort in to a meal. Or maybe you are just starting to dabble in to a Paleo or whole food diet and don’t want to get too crazy yet. Or maybe you are a bad cook. This post is for you: No recipes to follow, no measuring, no running to the store last-minute for the ingredient you forgot – just creating flavorful food (that isn’t boring!) to properly fuel your body.

No-Recipe Meal ideas // Whole Life Handbook // www.WholeLifeHandbook.com

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Paleo + Whole 30 Chili

Normally I prefer to make any sort of chili, beef or stew in the crock pot–it’s just so easy to set it and come home to a ready-made meal at the end of the day. This chili, however, only takes about 10 minutes to chop and prep everything and then 15 minutes of active time at the stove (browning the meat, adding in the ingredients). You then can let it simmer while you clean up the kitchen…. or kick back with a glass of wine (La Croix if you’re on Whole 30)!

Paleo/Whole 30 Chili // Whole Life Handbook // www.WholeLifeHandbook.com

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