Well, butter my paleo biscuits.

Saturday mornings are my favorite. Something about not waking up to an alarm suits me well. And the brunch. Oh, the BRUNCH…

Last Saturday, I rose right out of bed and the foodie in me said,  “I NEED BISCUITS.” Not just any biscuits – soft, fluffy and buttery biscuits.

I adapted this recipe from one I found on Allrecipes to incorporate some local grass-fed butter that adds much-needed fattiness and contrast to the sweet honey.

Paleo Buttered Honey Biscuits

2 1/2 cups blanched almond flour

1 tbsp local raw honey – Local raw honey is definitely preferred for its minimal processing and allergy resistance; I have two jars of local honey at home from Fullness Organic Farm in Baton Rouge and Westdome Nursery in St. Francisville! They’re great people who care a great deal about their food.

1/4 cup coconut oil, melted and cooled

2 farm fresh eggs, beaten

2 tbsp grass-fed butter – grass-fed butter (vs grain-fed) is the healthier & much more nutritious choice! It’s packed with Omega- 3s and heart health nutrients ❤

1 tsp baking soda

3/4 tsp salt


Preheat your oven to 350. Mix all the ingredients except the grass-fed butter in a large bowl.

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Using an ice cream scoop (preferably 2 oz), spoon out your biscuits on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Press down each biscuit with the back of the scoop or the palm of your hand until they look like the photo below! (If they aren’t round coming out of the scoop, you can roll each in your hands and press down the tops.)

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Now for the fun. Melt the grass-fed butter and brush over the tops of each biscuit. (I admittedly don’t own a cooking brush…so I used a spoon and a brand new paint brush I had just bought the other day :)) Bake for 12-15 minutes or until brown, light and fluffy!

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These biscuits are best enjoyed right out of the oven since they will be at their crispiest. Eat with some room temp salted grass-fed butter, housemade jam or housemade nut butters! I sliced them in half and made a breakfast sandwich with some scrambled yard eggs and pasture-raised bacon. The world is your biscuit!

Paleo Chocolate Salted Date Caramels

Everyone splurges, so why not splurge smart?


Yes, the first post on my clean eating blog is CHOCOLATE. Not the cleanest of foods, but the simple truth is… everyone splurges so why not be prepared for it? Having these paleo caramels in my fridge has saved me from splurging on the wrong foods many nights, and if I can help others do the same, then why not start my blog off with this!

The best part about these babies are that (1) there’s no baking (2) they taste frickin’ amazing and most importantly, (3) they’re clean. Check out this recipe I adapted from a fellow paleo blogger:

Salted Chocolate Date Caramels (Paleo)

Makes 12-13 caramels


  • 1 cup packed & pitted Medjol dates
  • 3 tbsp almond flour
  • 1 tbsp creamy almond butter
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tbsp warm water
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 cup dark chocolate
  • Sea salt or Kosher salt


Add dates, almond butter, vanilla, water, salt to a food processor and pulse until smooth, scraping the sides down. Add almond flour and pulse until incorporated.

Line a small bread pan or baking sheet pan with greased parchment paper (I used grass-fed butter to grease but coconut oil would do great). Spoon date mixture on one side of the parchment paper, folding the other side over the top of the date mix.

Paleo Salted CaramelsUsing your hands, shape the date mixture into a large rectangle ensuring it is about 1/2 inch thick. Freeze the date rectangle for at least 4 hours or overnight.

Paleo Salted Caramels-2When your dates have frozen (they will not be frozen solid), use an oiled knife to cut into 12 squares, placing the squares on another sheet of parchment paper.

In a microwave safe bowl, add the chocolate chips and microwave for approximately 1 minute or until a majority of the chips have melted. Stir the chocolate to allow the rest of the chips to melt.

Paleo Salted Caramels-3To coat the caramels in chocolate, I used a fork and a spoon! In the bowl of chocolate, place a caramel on the fork and spoon chocolate over the top. Scrape the chocolate from the bottom of the caramel using the spoon and lay the caramels on the parchment paper. It might get messy, but if you love playing with chocolate, this will be fun! Sprinkle sea salt on top.

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Next time you’re itching for that sweet fix, hopefully, you’ll have these babies in the fridge to save you from a night of regret. 🙂