The Well-Organized Paleo Kitchen


Organized Paleo Kitchen

As you spend time in your kitchen preparing and enjoying Paleo meals, you want the experience to be a pleasant one. One vital way to achieve this goal is to make sure that your kitchen is well-organized. Not only does this make the kitchen more enjoyable for you, your family, and your guests, it also makes preparing meals and keeping the kitchen stocked much easier. Read on to find out how to give your paleo kitchen an organization overhaul!

  • Cut Out the Excess. Do you have tools and gadgets in your kitchen that are not useful for your Paleo lifestyle (or maybe ever?)? Take a discerning look around each drawer and cabinet and donate the kitchen tools you no longer use. The same goes for foods that aren’t Paleo compliant.
  • Take Inventory and Keep a Running List. You can eat a Paleo diet stocked entirely from your local grocery store, but you may also find that there are some items you like to get from online vendors or specialty stores. To save yourself the hassle of running out of these harder to find items when you need them, keep an inventory of what you have and a running list of what you need. You’ll find restocking is a breeze when you always know what you have and what you need!
  • Go for Quality Over Quantity. One of the main tenets behind the Paleo diet is to get the most nutrients from each bite as you can. Apply this same principle to the items you keep in your kitchen. As you choose both the foods and the tools for your kitchen, only keep what gives you the most value.


Paleo Meal Plan  

Today’s Paleo Meal Plan



Ham cups. Line greased muffin tins with a slice of nitrate free ham, fill with one egg, and top with chopped veggies. Bake until egg is firm.


Collard Wraps. The naturally large size of collard leaves make them a great choice to create a sandwich wrapper—plus one that’s loaded with antioxidants! Fill with all natural turkey slices, sprouts, and diced tomatoes. Use avocado slices in lieu of mayo. Serve with a side of citrus fruit of choice.


Salmon and Asparagus. Make dinner all in one pan by broiling salmon fillets, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts dressed in lemon juice and olive oil in a large glass pan.


Berry Good Smoothie. When you need an on the go snack a smoothie is hard to beat. Blend together a frozen banana with a handful of blueberries, kale, ice, and milk alternative of choice (I use almond milk).

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