Spring has finally arrived and it is time to start enjoying the bounty that comes with it. These Paleo spring recipes feature spring produce. Arugula, asparagus, beets, carrots, garlic, herbs, leeks, morels, onions, potatoes, radishes, ramps, scallions, and spinach are just a few of the delicious produce options ripe for picking in the spring.
I love this combination of steak, avocado, and herb rich chimichurri. A salad substantial enough to enjoy for dinner.
Substituting the standard flour and butter crust for sweet potatoes, gives this quiche a healthy dose of vitamin A with no gluten or dairy in sight.
Strawberry salsa is both unexpected and delicious. Top your arugula salad with grilled salmon and strawberry salsa for a refreshing spring meal.
Arugula is one of my favorite salad greens Mild and slightly peppery, it elevates anything it touches. This salad packs a healthy dose of Omega-3 fatty acids with the addition of smoked salmon and avocado.
The fact that this dish is cooked all together on one sheet makes it easy enough for a quick weeknight dinner.
Easy and delicious. The crispy pancetta takes this dish to the next level.
This recipe combines two of my fiancé’s favorite foods, deviled eggs and asparagus. A sure winner in our house.
Ramps at the farmer’s market is a sure sign of spring. They sprout early and aren’t around for long. Enjoy this unique green with asparagus and a fried egg.
Friattas are one of my favorite things to prep ahead and enjoy for breakfast or lunch all week, This Paleo mushroom and leek frittata recipe will not disappoint.
I was never a fan of the pre-made processed breakfast sausages typically sold in supermarkets. I became a breakfast sausage covert when I started making my own. This recipe is so easy, you will never go back to the pre-made kind.
Leeks and bacon take traditional cauliflower mash up a notch.
The earthiness of the beets pairs perfectly with the sweet maple syrup and warm turmeric.
I was never much of a beet fan until I tried this recipe. Gets better over time and pairs perfectly with grilled lamb.
If you have yet to try roasted radishes, now is the time! A totally new take on the simple radish.
Creamed spinach is one of my favorite ways to enjoy spinach. This recipe is just as delicious as the traditional variety minus all the dairy.
The pine nuts give this recipe a much needed crunch and pairs perfectly with spinach.
A winning recipe in my book. Bacon makes everything (including this quiche) more delicious.