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90+ Paleo Easter Recipe Round-up

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So I think that I might have almost died getting this Paleo Easter Recipe Round-up together but it was so worth it! There are almost 100 amazing Paleo and primal recipes in here from some of the most talented bloggers I know.

We’ve everything you need to have a full Easter Sunday feast – hot cross buns and green smoothie bowls, elegant tarts and seafood dishes, roasted racks of lamb, spring vegetables, amazingly creative chocolate creations, light and zesty desserts, and even a little section on Easter crafts.

You’ll definitely find something in here for everyone – whether it’s dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, vegan, or even AIP you’re looking for, there’s a treat in here for you!

Bountiful Breakfasts

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Paleo Waffles with Coco-nana Nut Fudge Ice-Cream from Hanna Sillitoe of Primal Eye

Hey Easter has got to start with something special for breakfast – right? It’s hot cross buns galore in here, with some amazing banana bread, muffin, and pancake recipes, and a few savoury ideas too. I have to say though, the idea of a sweet frittata has me salivating.

Lunch Lady Love

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Creamy Red Potato Salad With Feta from Eat Your Beets

Oh wow, where do I start with this section? If only the lunch lady did feed our kids such delights! So many tangy, salty cheese and fruit pairings here for my primal friends, and some beautiful fish and seafood dishes too. I feel like this section is almost crossing the line into fine dining with some of the beautiful creations that are in here. Enjoy!

Eggstraordinary Entrées

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Mexican Baked Avocado Eggs from Get Inspired Everyday

I mean it’s Easter right? You gotta have some sort of eggcellent recipes (okay no more egg puns) but seriously I had no idea you could make deviled eggs in so many different ways. For you fellow Brits out there you’ll find the classic Scotch Egg within this section as well as tea stained eggs if you’re feeling a more fusion vibe!

Meaty Madness

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Roast Duck With Paleo Plum Turmeric Sauce from The Primal Desire

Although I don’t eat meat I know that for a lot of you spring is about embracing your inner carnivore. There are plenty of slow cooker and roast dishes here – lamb, beef, and ham – all with berry, citrus, and spring vegetables on the side. Oh and there’s one little spicy chocolate number thrown in for good measure too!

Charming Chocolate

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Blueberry Tea Infused Pots de Creme Parfaits from Savory Lotus

Because Easter is nothing without copious amounts of chocolate – or at least that’s the case in my house! Learn how to make your own Easter eggs, chocolate fudge, raw desserts, gooey cakes, and decadent tea infused wonders!

Decadent Desserts

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Grapefruit Sandwich Cookies with Blueberry Preserves from Grass Fed Salsa

Spring has sprung and it’s all about natural, zesty and vibrant foods – think plenty of citrus, berries, vanilla, and many variations of carrot cake!

Getting Crafty

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Silk-Dyed Easter Eggs from Merit + Fork

Just a wee little section for you all here to encourage to get at least a little bit crafty this Easter. If you’ve got kids you’ll love these fun little artsy projects which also teach a bit of science and food tech along the way!

  • Silk-Dyed Easter Eggs from Merit + Fork – So easy to make and so unbelievably beautiful! A great crafty project to do with the kids – especially girls they love fancy patterns.
  • Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs from A Girl Worth Saving – If you’re looking for a quick, fun, and easy Easter project for the kiddies then this is it!  Learn how to dye eggs using anything from turmeric root to purple cabbage or beet eggs! Fabulous!
  • Homemade Natural Blue Food Coloring from Whole New Mom – That’s right learn how to make your own blue food colouring from red cabbage (that’s right red!) and use it in frosting or anything crafty!

Happy Easter Everyone!

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Raj @ www.ThePrimalDesire.com
    19th March 2016 at 5:44 pm

    Georgie,

    Loved the list (and thanks for including us).

    My favorite line on the page: “OMG it’s like a hot cross bun porno in here!”

    Happy Easter!

    • greensofthestoneage
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      greensofthestoneage
      23rd March 2016 at 2:16 pm

      Haha! I did wonder if it was a little too much but then I just went with it 😉 Thank you ever so much for your wonderful recipes.

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    Louise Hendon (@AncestralChef)
    21st March 2016 at 1:50 pm

    Thanks so much for curating this great list!

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