For the second day of toasts, I made one for us. As Sruti was sick after all the travelling, I couldn’t make her any bread recipes. So I made a paleo recipe so that myself and hubby could taste it. I had bookmarked an almond flour bread recipe from Headbanger’s Kitchen long back, but didn’t get an opportunity to try it. And this theme was the perfect occasion to try. To the batter I also added some Italian seasoning to make it more flavourful. This recipe has an egg in it so if you are following veg paleo diet, please excuse me. As I wanted to add more protein to my diet, I have started consuming eggs in different forms.
After starting my paleo diet, the one thing I crave for is watermelon. Being in a weight loss diet, even fruits are prohibited, but if you are in for a life style change, then there is no issue with eating fruits. And for this summer, water melon can be the best fruit. So many times I see this combination of feta cheese and water melon, I used to wonder how it would taste like. And one fine day I had both the home made feta and some water melon and thought why not try it.
It has been a while since I posted recipes here. I have been quite busy and there were some problems regarding my network connection and I couldn’t check my blog for nearly 8 days. Yesterday the problem was resolved and I was so happy to be back online. My life has become so much dependent on internet connection. I have completed three months successfully in my paleo diet and from the past 2 weeks, I have been on intermittent fasting too. I have gone down by nearly 9 kg and have reduced so many inches. They say I look younger. Yay!!
So many of you were asking me about the meal plan I follow for my paleo diet. So I tried putting together some dishes so that it would be helpful for those who are new to paleo. These dishes are totally vegetable based and doesn’t even include eggs.
This cream cheese platter along with onions and cucumber makes a great snack option for your diet or you can serve it as a side dish for your lunch or dinner. However you serve it, it is so delicious and I am sure you will go for a second helping. I could just live off with this plate for weeks. I served it along with oven roasted veggies and pumpkin soup for my lunch.
This soup is so flavourful as the pumpkin pieces are roasted in oven before making the soup. It will make a super filling appetizer to any meal. Or just have it for your evening 3 PM hunger pang, or serve it up for dinner. I make it once in a while when I feel very hungry. This is part of the paleo meal plan #1 I have posted. I also served Oven Roasted Veggies and Cream cheese platter along with this.
I make this for lunch every alternate day so that I don’t get bored of the cauliflower rice. I even add the roasted veggies to cauliflower rice to make it more interesting. Today I will share with you the easiest way of making this. You just need to slice up the veggies, add the spices and ghee, give a nice mix and bake in oven till done. Doesn’t it sound easy? It is also so delicious and can be put together easily enough.
I think you guys remember my post on Butter tea a while back. After starting with my diet, that was my breakfast most of the days. I actually omitted the tea and mixed only milk and butter. But when I left for Delhi, my hubby was left to make it for himself. And he tried to make it with tea leaves. When I returned back, he told me that adding tea leaves made the tea more delicious and he felt so full until mid afternoon. So I decide to make it again. But before attempting it again, I wanted to check out the perfect recipe for the tea.
I have stopped using store bough tomato ketchup as it is loaded with sugar. I have been off sugar for the past two months and so I had to look for a sauce recipe without the sugar which I could use as a dip. I used to make tomato ketchup at home before marriage, but I used to add a lots of sugar to it. So I had to change that recipe slightly to make it perfect for my current diet.