Happy Paleo Diet Easter!

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Stuck for ideas for a paleo diet Easter? Want to ensure it isn’t a sugar-laden disaster? Here’s a round up of some of the best generic cialis 5mg info from around the internet to help your paleo diet Easter go with a swing:

Preparing For Easter

The Paleo Mom has a few good ideas for alternatives to sweet treats for the kids:

It turns out that the Easter Bunny is quite happy to leave small toys instead of candy hidden around your house (and it also turns out that the post office can deliver letters to the Easter Bunny). This year, the plastic eggs will be filled with Lego pieces (the bigger pieces and a couple of other small toys will be in Easter buckets left on the hearth). We get to enjoy hunting for eggs and then we get to sit and build something really cool!

Paleo Hacks covers getting ready for Easter with a non-paleo family. Here’s the dilemma:

I just found out the menu for Easter lunch: lasagna and salad. What’s worse, I’ve been asked if I’d make this mushroom lasagna I used to make back in the day. Not only does that thought of making lasagna make me sick, but now I’m trying to figure out what do eat. On a side note, I’m frustrated that my husband (who hasn’t fully embraced paleo yet) will be eating all that pasta!

What To Do On The Day

RobbWolf.com runs the gamut from alternatives to the usual Easter fodder, right the way through to non-food fun:

But what’s a paleo Easter bunny to do? The kids (and admit it, you too) are looking forward to waking up to a basket full of good stuff. Well, luckily no one ever said that ‘good stuff’ had to mean sugar bombs wrapped in pastel colored foil. This year Peter Cottontail is going Paleo and the kids are still going to be happy on Easter morning! So let’s see what’s ‘hop’pening in a cavekids basket!

Wondering what to eat? EverydayPaleo.com has some suggestions. How delicious do these ingredients for a Tri-Tip Roast & Sweet Potato Salad sound?? They also have a Sweet Potato & Egg Salad to accompany it. Yum….

  • 1 (3 lb) tri-tip roast
  • 1 onion, thinly sliced
  • 3-4 garlic cloves, minced
  • ¼ cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1/4 cup coconut milk
  • Sea salt and black pepper to taste
  • Coconut oil

And finally, here’s a full paleo diet Easter menu from PaleoDietLifestyle.com:

BREAKFAST: Almond Flour Waffles with Pomegranates

APPETIZERS: Garlic & Parsley Deviled Eggs; Liver Pate; Guacamole; Zucchini Cakes

DINNER: Mushroom Butter-Roasted Turkey; Herb and Prosciutto Stuffed Steak

DESSERT: Chocolate Cranberry Pie

Eat your way through that, and you’re certainly not going to

feel deprived during your paleo diet Easter. Enjoy this festival of fertility and new beginnings, and have fun recommitting to your paleo lifestyle with good health and great pleasure!

 

A very Happy Easter from all of us at Paleo Diet News!

Brian Cormack Carr is a freelance writer and coach whose mission in life is to help YOU do what you were designed for.
His home on the web is YourPrimalLife.com where you will find more articles, freebies, and information about his online career-creation programme VitalVocation.com – 12 sessions of virtual coaching from Brian for just $20!
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2 Responses to Happy Paleo Diet Easter!

  1. Heidi April 7, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    Don’t forget about lamb! ;) We are having roast leg of lamb, green beans and potatoes. Yum.

  2. Brian Cormack Carr April 7, 2012 at 5:55 pm

    Great idea, Heidi – sounds delicious!