A Day's Snacking on the Paleo Diet

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Another “hit and run” article from me today due to continuing I.T. issues.  No, I haven’t taken leave of my senses – I’ve already blogged about the role of snacking in the paleo diet.  For those buy viagra now online of you know want to tackle the munchies when they strike (or who want

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a fast meal) here are some ideas cheap viagra from uk for a day’s snacking on the paleo diet:

Sandwich

Mayo

Kale Crisps

Banana Bites

Pumpkin Pie

There you have it – ideas for a day’s snacking on the paleo diet.  What are your favourite paleo snacks? Share your thoughts below!

 

Brian Cormack Carr is a freelance writer and coach whose mission in life is to help YOU do what you were designed for.
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8 Responses to A Day's Snacking on the Paleo Diet

  1. Mandie @ The Paleo Home February 27, 2012 at 7:11 am

    There are times that I get in a mood to just snack – it’s usually when I just DO NOT want to cook at all.

    I drizzle olive oil onto dry roasted macadamia nuts, and sprinkle a little celtic sea salt on top.
    Kale chips
    Sweet potato chips
    Frozen grapes
    Frozen raspberries (lower in sugar than grapes)
    Bacon and guac

    • Lila Solnick February 27, 2012 at 10:17 am

      Mandie those sound great. I especially like the idea of the macs with olive oil and sea salt. Yum!
      Thank you for sharing!
      Lila

  2. sarena February 27, 2012 at 7:33 am

    I have snacked on roasted veggie chips–ie parsnip, baby carrots, also olives come to mind and homemade sour pickles!

    • Lila Solnick February 27, 2012 at 11:09 am

      Olives and pickles. Love it!
      Thanks for commenting!

  3. Lyndsey February 27, 2012 at 9:47 am

    I’ve been making zucchini chips with my food dehydrator. Use a mandolin or food processor to slice them thin. I use a little EVOO, garlic, rosemary, salt & pepper rubbed into the slices. Spread them out and dehydrate @ about 120-130 degrees Fahrenheit 8 hours or so. Crispy and salty like a potato chip, & low heat to preserve the goodness of EVOO.

    • Lila Solnick February 27, 2012 at 11:53 am

      The zucchini chips sound great. I will have to try that in my dehydrator. Thank you so much for the terrific suggestion!

  4. Marianne February 27, 2012 at 8:19 pm

    I love to make eggplant for I cut it into smallish pieces ( to your liking how big or small) and then I peel, Then you can add your own spices/seasonings ( I am weird and use parsley and Italian seasoning, but not too much for my son) and sprinkle over it olive oil and Parmesan cheese. Then I put it in the oven on 350 for 15 minutes and then eat it. I put it in recipes and eat it just as it is and I find that one cup or 8ozs is a lot and very filling. Hope you enjoy!

    • Lila Solnick February 27, 2012 at 10:25 pm

      Marianne, those sound delish! What a terrific snack.
      Thank you for sharing!