We have many friends within the Paleo community, and often hear how challenging it can be to quickly prepare healthy, nutritious about how much time it takes to create healthy, nutritious, paleo-friendly meals. This gorgeous five minute recipe from our friend Anya from Anya’s Eats serves as proof that eating Paleo doesn’t have to be time-consuming.
As much as I love cooking, I am also a huge fan of 5 minute meals that are both satisfying and delicious. Truth be told, cooking takes time. The key is to incorporate quick, easy meals and dishes with slightly longer prep times into the week in a way that works for you. For me, weekdays mean non-stop craziness. It isn’t uncommon for me to realize I’ve skipped a meal during the day because I am so busy working. Skipping meals on a regular basis is definitely not healthy for me, so I always like to make sure I have lots of ready-to-go ingredients that I can combine into a dish in under 5 minutes. For this Paleo Greek Salad, I use Wild Planet Foods Organic Chicken and Primal Kitchen Foods Avocado Oil Greek Dressing. I also make sure to prepare the hard boiled eggs ahead of time so I can throw this together quickly.
You can really use any protein for this, and you can even make your own salad dressing. If you’re good with dairy, feel free to add some feta. I no longer consume dairy and find that avocados are a perfect alternative. But, if feta is your jam, do you.
Do you have any five minute, paleo-friendly recipe suggestions? Share them in the comment section below.
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