Paleo Plan Day 10

Paleo Plan Day 10

Paleo Plan Day 10

So, I’ve made it to Day 10.  Yay for me!  So far it has been a positive experience.  I always enjoy experimenting with different recipes and I really like getting the kiddos to eat more veggies.  Personally, I can’t say I’m sleeping better or feeling thinner, but I have noticed that I don’t seem to be getting “hangry” quite as often.  This plan is definitely keeping me properly fueled.  There have been a handful of times I wished I could drink some wine and I almost licked the frosting off a cupcake last week, but other than that I’m enjoying it!  (Not enjoying Sober January.)

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Paleo Plan Day 10

Breakfast:  Breakfast Stacks 

When I first came across this recipe on Pinterest I knew I had to make it.  It looked so hearty and so so pretty.  I found this recipe on the Paleo Parents blog, but it was a guest post by Hold the Grain.  You can find their recipe here.

I had a bit of trouble getting my sweet potato cakes to stick together.  I’m not sure what I did wrong… maybe I should add some arrowroot flour or something?  Hmmmm, I’ll have to do some research.  Also, I added some garlic salt to the avocado.  

All together this was super yummy.  I liked the sweetness and crispiness of the sweet potatoes with the creamy avocados.  The meaty sausage was perfect with the gooey egg.  It was super filling and super tasty.

Paleo Plan Day 10

Dinner: Asian Crockpot Ribs

Ribs, ribs, ribs.  I just LOVE ribs.  There is nothing better than a delicious meaty rib.  When I started crocking my ribs it really was a total game changer.  (You can see that recipe here.)  So, when I came across this Paleo version by Nom Nom Paleo I knew I had to try it!  

When I went to the store pork ribs were on sale so I used those instead of short ribs.  I followed her marinade exactly.  BUT, I did not broil the ribs before I put them in, I broiled them right after I pulled them out of the crockpot.  I like a little bark on my ribs.  And, I poured the cooking fluid into a sauce pot, added about a 1/2 cup of raw clover honey and brought that to a boil then simmered until the sauce started looking thick.  These ribs were so delicious.  Salty, garlic, gingery and very very tender.  The sauce was such a perfect accompaniment.  It had the salty sweet thing going on that I love.  Definitely one to keep in the rotation. 

XOXO
A

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