Pumpkin Waffles

Oh, the wonderful smell that fills your kitchen when you cook these pumpkin waffles! And they taste wonderful too – crisp on the outside, tender on the inside, subtly sweet, with a distinct-but-not-overwhelming pumpkin and cinnamon flavor. I don’t sweeten the batter at all, so plan on serving these pumpkin waffles with maple syrup – a tablespoon per waffle is plenty. Click for the recipe

Fried Cauliflower Rice

This fried cauliflower rice is amazing! Try serving it to unsuspecting guests and they’ll never guess it’s made of cauliflower. Really, really good. And while we now know that rice that has been cooked, cooled and then fried contains beneficial resistant starch, for some of us, the carb load from a plate of fried rice is still too much, and this fried cauliflower rice is a great, tasty alternative. Click for the recipe

beef with borccoli

An easy, delicious dish of beef with broccoli, thanks to using pre-sliced sirloin strips (sold at many grocery stores as “beef for stir fry/stroganoff”) and frozen broccoli florets. I use konjac flour to thicken the sauce, buy if you don’t mind cornstarch, you can use that instead. Click for the recipe

Paleo Breakfast Bread

This paleo breakfast bread is packed with healthy fats and protein, yet it has the taste and texture of honey cake. I had my doubts when I saw the ingredients list, but magically, the ingredients did transform into a delicious bread with a tender crumb and a pleasant honey flavor.

If you celebrate the Jewish New Year, this Paleo breakfast bread is the perfect gluten-free alternative to the traditional honey cake. Click for the recipe

baked meatballs

These baked meatballs are perfect for weeknight dinners. They are very easy to make and are ready in less than 30 minutes. They are definitely spicy, so if you’re not a fan of spicy foods, use just 1/8 teaspoon cayenne. Click for the recipe

Crab Salad

Tasty, healthy and easy – this simple crab salad is one of my favorite lunches. I like to stuff it into a tomato, but obviously it can be stuffed into peppers, or you can have it on warm toast if you’re so inclined. As per usual, I prefer sour cream to mayonnaise, since commercial mayo tends to be incredibly junky. Sour cream, especially organic, is much cleaner. Click for the recipe

Baked Salmon Patties

Golden, crisp, delicious salmon patties make a quick and easy weeknight dinner. Simply mix everything with a fork, form into patties and bake. Serve these salmon patties with tartar sauce, or with the spicy dip described below. Click for the recipe