Cooking brisket but not sure where to start with that big chunk of meat? Briskets can be awesome when cooked low and slow to tenderness in a slow cooker or smoked on a grill. The large sheet of fat you see on the brisket above will break down in the oven and melt into the…
This tri tip recipe is the perfect way to cook that tri tip to juicy perfection! Five ingredients and only about 45 minutes!
(Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Refined Sugar Free, GAPs, AIP, Whole30, Egg Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Paleo, Primal, Low FODMAP).
(Gluten free, grain free, paleo, primal, egg free, nut free, refined sugar free, whole30, GAPs stage 5)
Though skirt and flank steaks are delicious when grilled or pan-fried, this slow-cooked, marinated version is unique skirt or flank steak recipe that takes minimal effort. Just put it in the slow-cooker and forget about it!
(Gluten free, grain free, primal, egg free, nut free, refined sugar free)
This recipe brings the traditional steak and fries to the next level. The top sirloin steak is drizzled with a rich, buttery garlic sauce, while regular fries are switched out with balsamic sweet potato fries. The fries are also cooked in the oven rather than deep fried, which makes for fewer unhealthy fats.
These simple and easy make ahead breakfast muffins are the perfect healthy breakfast to get you out the door on time. They’re neat, too, so you can eat in the car on the way! Just heat them up and you’re set! You can make these with all kinds of different fillings–get creative! You could add zucchini, bell…
While back ribs and short ribs may at first seem a bit challenging and ambitious to cook, they are actually as easy as making a pot roast! Spending around fifteen minutes in the morning, you put your ribs into the oven or slow cooker and add sauce. Then you just allow the ribs to cook on…
This delicious and easy osso bucco stew can be put together in the early afternoon morning then left to cook all day until dinnertime. Osso buccos are definitely an underappreciated cut: when cooked right, they make a rich and flavorful stew and become very tender!
(Gluten Free Option, Paleo Option, GAPS Option, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free Option, Nut Free, Refined Sugar Free)
This is an old recipe that I’ve adapted and added to from other recipes. You can never ruin a pot roast if you follow the basic format of seasonings, liquid and slow cooking. The many variations of this recipe allow you to adapt it to your diet if you have food allergies.