Paleo Beef Burger

Paleo Beef Burger...

I know right... A paleo burger with a REAL bun! Not a mushroom 'bun' or a lettuce 'bun'. A soft, fluffy warm bun.

Well that's what I got in delivered to my house yesterday. The amazing people at Thoroughbread sent me some of their Paleo Burger Buns. These are 100% paleo, being gluten, dairy, grain and refined sugar free. 

I still can't believe that I just ate this, but it happened. 

If you're from New Zealand, check out their website here...
>> http://thoroughbread.nz/

They have an incredible range of bread, buns etc and they are all gluten free, with an increasing range of paleo products.  The bread is hand rolled and that attention to detail really comes out in their product. 

If you are not from NZ, USA for example, I highly recommend going to your local health food shop and inquiring about finding these. I will try whip up a recipe in the near future for you all to try at home though 🙂

The patties were very simple. 

300g Ground Beef
1 Small Brown Onion
1 Grated Carrot
1 Clove Garlic
1 Teaspoon Paprika
Salt And Pepper To Taste

Simply rolled into balls and flattened out into patties. Fry for 2 minutes each side and all done. A couple of fried eggs, some lettuce, tomato and  a side of some sweet potato (Kumara) chips and you have a classic combo, brought to the paleo world.

Cheers! Jevon.

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Kale… Chips?!

Kale chips are amazing! If you havn't already tried these crispy and salty bits of heaven, then please make these ASAP!

​Who would've thought that a healthy leaf like kale, could be made into something that rivals potato chips? Well here is the proof, and it's SUPER SIMPLE.

INGREDIENTS:
1 Bunch Kale
1 Tablespoon Olive or Coconut Oil
1 Teaspoon Salt Flakes

METHOD:
Tear the leaves from the stem and rip them into bite sized pieces and lay on a lined baking tray.
Drizzle over the oil and sprinkle on the salt.
Cook in the oven at 180C or 350F for around 10 minutes, or until crisp (slightly brown edges).

​Wait a minute while they cool down, then enjoy! You get a crunchy and salty snack but you get the goodness of kales high levels of iron, magnesium, potassium, vitamins A, C and K! 

Enjoy this one during your next movie night or even just as a mid-day snack. 🙂