Monthly Archives: March 2013

Paleo Indulgence by Tammy Credicott. Too many reasons to buy this book.

We have been doing the honors and cooking from Tammy Credicott’s Paleo Indulgences book. We are still new to paleo, trying to figure out what works for us and what doesn’t. And what works for paleo and what doesn’t. Here are a few things we’ve made from her book that were paleo. WAY good. See you don’t have to just eat spinach and red meat while on the paleo diet. It just requires a little cooking and an open mind. 🙂

Broccoli Beef

Paleo Broccoli Beef

Paleo Broccoli Beef

Jason (hubby) LOVES Chinese food. Me? Not so much. So reluctantly, I gave this broccoli beef recipe a try. OMMAAGGERRRDDDD. SO good. Not to mention there was no residual heart burn, gas or stomachaches either like normal Chinese food brings on. (Angel’s singing). Her book also has some other “chinese-ish” dishes that look tantalizing. And that is coming from someone who generally despises Chinese food.

Fish Sticks

Paleo Fish Sticks

Paleo Fish Sticks

For whatever unknown reason, I was craving fish sticks. Weird.. I know. Tammy included a paleo fish sticks recipe, how convenient! They turned out quite good! We got tilapia from Costco that worked out nicely.

Have I convinced you yet?


Paleo Pancakes! Yup, breakfast for dinner, babay!

Paleo Gingerbread Pancakes with shredded coconut and agave nectar.

Paleo Gingerbread Pancakes with shredded coconut and agave nectar.

I was craving some major pancake deliciousness. In my handy dandy Paleo Indulgences book by Tammy Credicott, she introduced Paleo Gingerbread Pancakes. YUM!! They were fantastic.

This was the second time we’d had them and I decided to get wise about it and put shredded coconut on them with agave nectar. Again. YUM!!

I don’t like posting recipes from a cookbook because of the copyright, and frankly, you need to go out and buy that book! It’s that good. But someone did the honors to post the recipe, so I’m going to share it that way. SHHHHH. Don’t tell.

Almond flour is not easy to find here so we put almonds in a coffee grinder and ground them ourselves. We also tried them in the food processor, in which they didn’t get ground quite fine enough but we used them anyway. The pancakes came out, errrr… nutty. But still fantastic. Enjoy!

The book comes with a recipe for cinnamon syrup. Someday we’ll try that too. 🙂