Paleo Sloppy Joes are so good! Just like Mom used to make, only cave man approved, of course.

Paleo Sloppy Joes - a paleo take on the classic, using sweet potatoes! Easy and delicious - even the non-paleo people in your ilfe will love it!

One of the hardest things about being paleo is missing those classic foods that you grew up on that are comforting just because mom made them.

You know, things like spaghetti and meatballs, tacos, or, for me, sloppy joes.

I love sloppy joes so much. We did dinner at the table every night of my life growing up but for some reason, I only have really distinct memories about sloppy joes.

And the occasional meatloaf night because we would pick on my dad for mixing his meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and peas all together. But that’s beside the point.

So, since I love sloppy joes so much and make them so often, my kids have also developed a love for them and I’ve had to find a way to make them paleo for me but still really delicious for them.

Because who wants to make two different sloppy joes recipes for dinner? Not me!

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Strawberry Coconut Granola – easy homemade granola recipe! Oats, coconut, sliced almonds, and strawberries!

Strawberry Coconut Granola - easy homemade granola recipe! Oats, coconut, sliced almonds, and strawberries!

Heeeey guys!

Are you watching Big Brother?

I am buuuuut I’m just not into it like I normally am.

I mean, does the boyfriend come home after work and find me watching the live feeds at 1 am?

Of course he does.

But I’m just not invested in anyone yet. And it’s so disappointing because I look forward to it all year. Ugh, hopefully it will get better.

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Frozen Prickly Pear Margaritas - fresh prickly pears, lime juice, and tequila! Is there anything better than a gorgeous pink margarita?!

You guys.

I’m having a thing with the Korean market right now.

I mean, I’ve always enjoyed the Korean market buuuut I’ve definitely been there 3 times this week.

And each time I make my kids wander around because I’m not actually looking for anything and then I get super excited and shout, “LOOK AT THAT [insert obscure vegetable]”. Then I make them look at all the fish and other dead creatures and finally I try to convince them to try super spicy noodles.

Three times this week, guys.

I’m honestly shocked they haven’t refused to go with me yet.

But yeah, each time I’ve gone this week I’ve come home with a bag of prickly pears.

I’m in love with prickly pears. In loooove with them.

I’ve never been more obsessed with anything in my life. The photos I took do it no justice. It was bright purpley pink and ugh, stunning.

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