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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Paleo Shepherd’s Pie might actually be better than the traditional version! With sweet potatoes and a rich tomato gravy, it’s fantastic comfort food.

How does your cooking change in the summer? Like, beyond grilling more often and eating more salads?

I find that I just have zero desire to cook. We’re just so busy and doing so many fun things that most days I don’t even realize that we missed dinner time until my kids are all hangry and we’re minutes away from a giant disaster.

I just don’t want to cook. I want to be outside. I was to be in water. I was to be hiking through the woods. I don’t want to cook anything.

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Korean Beef Cauliflower Rice Bowls – delicious sweet and spicy beef with cauliflower rice, veggies, and a fried egg on top! It’s paleo but even the non-paleo people in your life will love it!

Korean Beef Cauliflower Rice Bowls - delicious sweet and spicy beef with cauliflower rice, veggies, and a fried egg on top! It's paleo but even the non-paleo people in your life will love it!

You guys.

I’m in love with this bowl right now.

So much that when I dropped the beautiful heart Pyrex that I love so much that happened to be holding the Korean beef, I may have cried a little. Over the beef. Not the Pyrex.

Yep.

Okay, so if you follow me anywhere, you know I’m obsessed with the bulgogi fries from one of the local food trucks.

Obsessed.

I think about them daily.

But they close on the weekends. And also, I probably shouldn’t be eating fries every day of my life. So I came up with this.

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Heeey guys, happy almost Friday! How’s the week?

I’ve had a crazy busy week but besides one total meltdown that included sending crying snaps to multiple people (about shoes, y’all! SHOES!) it’s been a really good week.

Highlight of my week so far has been street tacos and nobody should be surprised by that. I’m kind of half-heartedly working on a post about the best restaurants in the area (without going to Austin) so if you’ve got any non-chain suggestions, send ’em my way!

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Thai Mushroom Lettuce Wraps - delicious meatless lettuce wraps! Healthy, quick, and cheap!

Heeeeey guys! Happy New Year! Hope you had a safe and fabulous weekend and are ready to get to work on those 2017 resolutions.

First, I wanted to say thanks to you guys for sticking around all these years. I appreciate every comment, every email, every single time you click on my site. I love you guys.

Anyway, I skipped the whole year in review post this year because this last year was somehow the best and worst year of my life and my blog was a total mess because of it. My highs were really high and my lows were really, really, really low and honestly, I don’t even know how I managed to blog most of the time.

I’m going into 2017 knowing it’ll be probably the hardest year of my life but also knowing that things will look a lot better on the other side of this mess.

So, again, thank you for everything.

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