This recipe for Paleo Graham Crackers from Paleo Indulgences is easy to make and will satisfy for your craving for something crunchy and sweet. You can use them to make a paleo version of S’mores or enjoy them plain as an after-school snack.
***Recipe reprinted from Paleo Indulgences with permission. Nutrition information is an approximation.
Serving Size: 4 crackers
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 192Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 31mgSodium: 205mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 1gSugar: 12gProtein: 2g
***Recipe reprinted from Paleo Indulgences with permission.
Nutrition information is an approximation.
For some, starting and sticking to a paleo diet is not a problem. But many starting the new lifestyle struggle finding food that has a sense of familiarity. You know – comfort food.
For those people – like me – Tammy Credicott’s book Paleo Indulgences: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes to Satisfy Your Primal Cravings hits the spot. She has created paleo versions of scones, muffins, quick bread, cupcakes, brownies, crackers, and so many more tempting treats that no one has an excuse for straying off the paleo path.
The book starts off with Tammy’s introduction and explanation of why she follows a paleo/primal diet and the results that she and her family have seen as a result of their dietary changes. I like how in the About the Book section she writes in a down-to-earth tone. She is not trying to cram the paleo lifestyle down our throats.
She further explains in the book what paleo/primal is, the do’s and don’ts, the 80/20 philosophy (basically if you are good most of the time, you can give yourself a little break every now and then and enjoy a paleo treat). The book also covers many of the ingredients on a paleo diet.
At the beginning of the book is a thumbnail recipe table of contents. I love this part because it makes it easy to find inspiration and locate the recipes that I want to make.
So far I have tried several of her recipes, like the Broccoli Beef pictured below, with good results.
Candied Coconut Walnuts
The vanilla cupcakes were interesting. I like how the recipe makes six cupcakes. I hate making 18 at one time – having so many left over makes it easy to over consume. My daughter didn’t care for them. With four eggs in the batter, they do have a rather unique characteristic – not really moist or wet, but different. It doesn’t bother me and it won’t stop me from eating them. The frosting is very soft, not at all like a buttercream. It is sweetened with maple syrup and I can definitely taste it. It would be a great spread on Tammy’s Cinnamon-Swirl Rolls like she suggests.
Vanilla Cupcake with Vanilla Frosting
This weekend I am going to try to make Cincinnati Chili, Italian Herb Crackers, Decadent Brownies, and possibly Almond o’Joys! from the book. Some others that I hope to try in the near future are Peppermint Creams, Asian Pork Lettuce Cups, Chinese Pepper Steak, Meatball Sub, Antipasto Salad, Pecan Sandies, Sugar Cookies, and maybe a few more.
If you are wanting to follow a paleo diet, I would encourage you to get Tammy’s book. You can find it at your local bookstore or at Amazon.com.
I love the way that she thinks and writes – she is someone who I would love to sit down and have a cup of coffee with. I could see us sitting at a table, sipping coffee and eating some of her Grain-Free Some-More-Ahh’s talking about the benefits of eating paleo dishes.
Have you tried any paleo recipes?