Paleo/Primal Recipes Fit for a Thanksgiving Day Feast




The Following recipe appeared first on the Thrive Market Blog.  This post may contain affiliate links.  This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive a small commission which will be used to run this blog.



Thanks to a slathering of dairy-free, butter-flavored coconut oil, this tender and juicy turkey is what our Thanksgiving dreams are made of. Don’t forget to baste the turkey as it roasts—which adds flavor and helps the skin turn crisp and golden.

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Side Dish: Healthy Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

The following recipe is adapted by Sloane Davis

We hear a lot about ricing cauliflower as alternative to potato and pasta but a mac and cheese that doesn’t skimp on cheese and leaves everyone a cauliflower believer needs to be shared. Please enjoy and let me know if you liked it!




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Dessert: Paleo Maple Pumpkin Pie

The following recipe is adapted by Thrive Market Blog

 This pie includes all the classic fall flavors: pumpkin, pecan, maple, cinnamon, and ginger. Topped with a decadent coconut whipped cream, this Paleo-friendly dessert gets even sweeter.


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What is on your healthy Thanksgiving Day menu?

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    I’ll have to try the cauliflower mac and cheese. We love to use cauliflower for everything. 🙂

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