15 Easy Weeknight Paleo Recipes Your Family Will Love

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If you and your family have made a commitment to eat Paleo, you know it doesn’t come without sacrifices or planning. For the beginners out there, eating paleo means your diet consists of eating foods that we believe “early humans” ate, such as meats, fruits, vegetables and fish. Our early ancestors did not have dairy products, processed foods or grain-based foods, so those are on the “do not eat” list. Sticking to a paleo diet takes some getting used to, but it has amazing health benefits. We’ve rounded up plenty of paleo dinner recipes that we believe your whole family will enjoy, and will make it that much easier to stay paleo!

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Source: AHealthyLifeForMe.com

1. Paleo Beef Skillet Fajitas

Everyone loves fajitas and if you eat Paleo you’ll want to save this recipe for later. It’s a one pot dish that’s ready in 30 minutes or less, and is also gluten and dairy free (if your kiddos don’t eat strictly paleo this is good to know!). It comes with a generous amount of protein and ample servings of vegetables. It’s so filling, you won’t miss the tortillas or rice.

Visit AHealthyLifeForMe.com for this recipe and other great ideas on healthy living.

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2. Sweet and Sour Chicken

Just because you are eating paleo, doesn’t mean you can’t recreate some of your old guilty pleasures (like Chinese food) in a healthy form. Not only are you abiding by your paleo diet, but you are probably avoiding other bad-ish preservatives and things like MSG that just aren’t that great for you. This Sweet and Sour Chicken looks to die for, and looks like it can compete with any Chinese restaurant. A must-try!

Check out ASaucyKitchen.com for this delicious looking meal and even more recipes for Gluten- free diet.

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Source: JaysBakingMeCrazy.com

3. Paleo Chili

Chili is always a great meal to have in your menu rotation, and this paleo version is quick and tasty. It only has 8 ingredients and whips up in no time. Eat it alone or on a bed of zucchini noodles like in this photo and your family’s stomachs will be happy!

This recipe was found on JaysBakingMeCrazy.com. Head over to get the full details and other paleo meals!

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at Red Tricycle
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the managing editor at Red Tri. I get to share my life with my husband of 13 years and our beautiful, 5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!
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