Top 6 Recipes for the Paleo Vegetarian

By on December 2, 2014
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Hello, Paleo dieters. This has been a tricky couple of weeks, hasn’t it? I mean. I know I could go on and on about how delicious my grandmother’s cookies smelled the day after Thanksgiving–I could further lie and tell you that I didn’t eat one–and I could also state that I’m avoiding the scale at all costs during these days after the mega day of eating. But what good would that do? We’re all in the same boat, aren’t we? The Bloat Boat.

Because of this, I’ve been looking into the Paleo vegetarian lifestyle. I know, I know. So much research states that meat is essential for our livelihood. However, sometimes I just feel too full to take in meat; and there’s nothing like a huge plate of vegetables (with a bit of spice to them) to really liven me up during these “cure my body” days.

Therefore, I’ve been reading up a good deal on Paleo vegetarian lifestyles, and I’m looking to try the following recipes during the next few days. Sure, my boyfriend will miss his regular beef and turkey and chicken–all that! But I think a real palate cleanser–with all the intricacies of the Paleo vegetarian lifestyle–will really do this trick.


1. Vegie Head’s Roasted Vegetable, Goji Berry, and Walnut Stack. 

Vegie Head’s amazing roasted vegetable, goji berry, and walnut stack brings a new “level” to salad eating. The zesty lemon and mustard dressing really packs a flavor punch for this heaven-on-earth meal. Furthermore, the walnuts bring amazing omega-3 fatty acids for essential brain functionality.

Photo By Jenessa's Dinners

Photo By Jenessa’s Dinners

2. Jenessa’s Dinners Sautéed Shitake and Broccoli Rabe.

This Paleo vegetarian recipe looks–in a word–perfect. If you love shitake mushrooms as much as I do, then we’re all in heaven.

Photo By Healthy Crush.

Photo By Healthy Crush.

3. Healthy Crush’s Paleo Egg Muffins.

Good morning, low-meat Paleo vegetarian dieters. These delicious and trés mignon Paleo egg muffins from Healthy Crush are too delicious to pass up. Thanks, Jenny!

Gorgeous Photo By She Wears Many Hats.

Gorgeous Photo By She Wears Many Hats.

4. She Wears Many Hats’ Broiled Grapefruit with Honey and Bananas.

I can’t help it; I can’t help but try this recipe. My sweet tooth is slowly calming from these tricks. However, this photo–THIS PHOTO–is so gorgeous that I can’t help myself. Plus, grapefruit is absolutely perfect during this flu season time. Thank you. THANK YOU, She Wears Many Hats.

Photo By Pioneer Woman.

Photo By Pioneer Woman.

5. Pioneer Woman’s Roasted Spaghetti Squash With Kale.

Ree from the Pioneer Woman knows what she’s doing with this roasted spaghetti squash with kale recipe. Oh, gosh. As a vegetarian, you can eat as much pasta as you want, right? But as a Paleo vegetarian, what are you supposed to do? Make Paleo vegetarian spaghetti with spaghetti squash, of course!

Photo by Tartine and Apron Strings.

Photo by Tartine and Apron Strings.

6. Tartine and Apron Strings’ Market Mediterranean Pizza.

This pizza has me convulsing. Do you know the last time I had pizza? I sure don’t. But this Market Mediterranean pizza is sure to welcome me back into the world of joy. And of delicious, baked eggplant and flax-seed “bread.” Who ever heard of such a thing?

Okay, Paleo vegetarian people–or people just looking to lighten their meat load in this week after Thanksgiving. Eat up, and enjoy the vibrant life of delicious vegetables.


About Megan White

Megan White is a Paleo diet food fanatic running around the world, searching for the most nutritional tasty treats in every country she can find. Follow her on her journey as she dodges sugar cravings, works to better her mind and body, and picks up some creative Paleo diet recipes along the way.

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