Sweet Potato and Acorn Squash Hash

My first time making this version.  This baby is hearty and will keep you moving.  Love me some acorn squash.

Ingredients: Acorn Squash,  Medium to large Sweet Potato, Coconut Oil, Kerry Gold Butter (You can use coconut oil only or Kerry Gold Only)  Salt and Pepper.

*Don't cut your finger off when cutting up acorn squash!  That shredder can get you as well.

This batch is good for about four people in one meal.

KO Food Blog - Breakfast Frittata - Rocket Fuel - Yum Yum Paleo

 I hope you are enjoying my food blog as much as I am making it.  If you eat these meals your body composition will improve. Couple it with some exercise and amazing things can happen.

I am a huge fan of breakfast.  Breakfast kindles your metabolism each day.  Your metabolism is your friend if you stimulate it properly.  If you don't eat breakfast.  Start eating breakfast.  My favorite thing about this Frittata is that its actually breakfast lunch and dinner.  My whole family except sid will kill some frittata.  You can pack this as a snack or dinner to eat on the road.  Throw it in the microwave and walla paleolithic goodness.

Ingredients :

Coconut Oil , Kerry Gold butter, Zuchini squash, Red Onion, 1 Garlic Clove, 12 Eggs , Sweet Potato - Medium to large , Sausage, Bacon

The pictures tell the story on this one. Bon Appetit! KO

KO Food Blog - Chocolate Chip Kinda Paleo Pancakes

Paleo pancakes can be strict paleo but this version has a few tweaks.  These babies are easy and extras can be refrigerated for later eating.

Basic Ingredients:  All can be found as Costco.

Bananas  ,  Eggs , Almond butter .  Browning bananas are good and smushy.

You can add fruit, flax seed, chocolate chips or whatever your heart may desire.

I normally use 1 more egg than banana.  This batch is 4 bananas and 5 eggs.

Cook for around 2-3 mins per side.

The pictures tell the tale.  Enjoy!

Scrambled Eggs, Spinach, Mushrooms, Avocado and Tomato

Prep Time : 15 Mins  All ingredients can be purchased at Costco. 

This is a very basic meal that packs a big punch.

Prepare in the same order as the pictures.  Start with the eggs so that they can sit and get closer to room temperature. This make the eggs nice and fluffy.  Sautee the mushrooms for about 2 minutes on each side.  You could cut the mushrooms up if you want.  Add the salt and pepper to taste while sautéing.  Add a couple of handfuls of spinach.  The spinach cooks down fast.  Will be around 2 minutes.  Once the spinach has wilted add the eggs. I let the eggs cook until they start to get firm across the bottom then i flip them one time. Eggs cook for about 4 to 5 minutes.  Quantities on all ingredients can be adjusted easily to cook for several people or for more than one meal.  Garnish with fresh avocado and Tomato.