The cookbook that helps anyone enjoy affordable, easy, and delicious Paleo cooking!
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The original Frugal Paleo Cookbook is still listed as an Editors’ Pick in Amazon.com’s Best Cookbook category.
The second edition is packed with even more recipes, meal prep and cooking tips, and spice blends.
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The Frugal Paleo Cookbook has sold over 60,000 copies across America and Canada and is a recommended resource for the Whole30 Program. The recipes are not intended as a “create the cheapest recipe possible” approach, but rather takes the perspective that savvy cooking techniques and meal planning methods are the keys to affordably managing Paleo.
You’ll love what I’ve added for you in the revised and expanded edition of The Frugal Paleo Cookbook!
MORE COMFORT FOOD
More comfort food classics like Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas, Creamy Chicken & Veggie Casserole, Stove-Top Chicken Pot Pie, and Nacho Cheese Stuffed Peppers.
MORE EASY WEEKNIGHT MEALS
Double the Bulgogi Meatballs cause you’re going to want more of that tangy, sticky sauce and the convenience of meatballs. And definitely make the Schnitzel-Style Pork Chops. The crispy crust is spot-on and the shake-and-bake style prep method couldn’t be simpler.
You’ll also love Meatloaf with Sweet & Spicy Crust and my Bahama Breeze Chicken: a one-pan recipe that smothers chicken breasts in a pureed sauce of sweet mango, coconut milk, aromatic allspice, and fresh ginger.
MORE RECIPES FOR MEAL PREP
More recipes that you’ll want in your meal prep rotation like veggie-filled Five-Spice Lettuce Wraps and Chile Relleno Egg Bites–perfect for pulled pork leftovers too!
This expanded edition has two new soup recipes. Kielbasa & Leek Chowder is stick-to-your-bones satisfying and I’m finally publishing my family’s favorite: Sausage, Kale, & Potato Soup. This one is made differently than all of those copycat Zuppa Toscana recipes you’ve seen floating around. And dare I say, it might be better too.
MORE SNACKS & APPETIZERS
Mexican Lemonade Prawns turns the crisp summer drink into a luscious marinade for peel and eat prawns. Once the prawns marinate for about 15 minutes, you’ll only spend about 10 more minutes completing the recipe. I recommend serving this with my refreshing Cilantro Watermelon Salad — another new recipe you’ll only find in the NEW Frugal Paleo Cookbook!
Break out those canned sardines and get ready to be impressed. Thinly sliced garlic that’s gently crisped in olive oil and spooned over pan-fried sardines with a squeeze of fresh lemon to finish. It’s a killer appetizer and is amazing with your gluten or grain-free pasta of choice.
Thank you to everyone who reached out over the years letting me know which recipes were the biggest hits in your home and what I can do to expand your meal plans.
Taking my cues from you, the expanded Frugal Paleo Cookbook now features:
- New breakfast recipes like Baked Eggs & Italian Sausage Gravy and Denver Omelette Bake.
- Easy side dishes like Slow-Roasted Rosemary Portobellos and Creole-Spiced Sweet Potato Rice.
- More meal ideas for busy days, including a handful that can be frozen ahead of time for added convenience like Sticky Garlic Chicken Thighs and Huli Huli Pork.
Rest assured, the expanded version still has the same great content you found helpful in the original:
- 4 Keys to Budgeting the Paleo Diet
- Ways to Value Your Time, Health, and Sanity on Paleo
- When Not to Buy Organic Produce
- And my sure-fire meal planning method not only reduces waste and saves money, but also simplifies meal planning in general.
The 5-Ingredient or Less Spice Blends that you love are used in even more recipes. Plus, I’ve added new recipes for Casserole Base and Casserole Topping to the Weekly Staples section toward the end of the book. Just wait until you try them!