All-American Paleo Table – Review & Recipe Sneak Peek!

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I was so excited to receive a review copy of Caroline Potter’s brand new cookbook, All-American Paleo Table! This book is GORGEOUS! The recipes look so amazing, and the pictures are just stunning. I’ve been a fan of Caroline’s photography for quite awhile now, and this book does not disappoint! With recipes like Steak And Eggs Breakfast Fries, Hawaiian Acai Bowls, Shredded Chicken Enchilada Guacamole Burgers, and Salted Caramel Ice Cream Sundaes, you’ll find yourself drooling over every page!

I made these Morning Butter Biscuits the other day, and they turned out SO yummy and were super easy to make! I made them into breakfast sandwiches with eggs and bacon, but they’d also be amazing served with jam as well!

I hope you enjoy this sneak peek recipe!

To pick up your own copy of All-American Paleo Table, click HERE!


Caroline’s Note: These biscuits are my absolute favorite baked creation. Cashews have a light, mellow flavor, so you will hardly notice that the biscuits are made with nuts and that they are very low in carbohydrates—a great staple to keep in the kitchen. These are slightly denser than their gluten-filled predecessors, but are so buttery and delicious that you will probably want to eat more than one—yes, I can say that with experience! I like to freeze any extras to keep on hand for a snack or bit of comfort food because if you are anything like me, you will probably be craving these!


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3 Responses

  1. Paulina
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    Hi there! Would it be possible to use maybe an almond flour instead of pulsing the cashews into powder?

    • livinglovingpaleo
      | Reply

      Hi Paulina! I haven’t tried this myself, but it may be possible! Unfortunately this recipe is from a book review, and isn’t my own, so I can’t say for sure if it would work 😉 If you do end up trying it, I’d love to know how they turn out!

  2. Brian G
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    I made them with 1 cup of cashews ( all that I had on hand) and 2 cups of almond flour and they were delicious. If following SCD, baking powder is not allowed but I guess it’s allowed for just Paleo? These were absolutely delicious! Thanks

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