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Six Ideas to Turn Holiday Leftovers into Paleo-Friendly Recipes

By Jane Dizon
December 26, 2019

You've made it past Thanksgiving and are approaching the season of Christmas carols, warm cups of cocoa, delicious family feasts, and the infamous holiday leftovers. Like many of us, you may be feeling guilty enough about a few of those meals, but that doesn’t mean letting the Paleo-friendly leftovers like fruits, vegetables, and meats go to waste. With a little something here and there, you can turn these foods into Paleo-friendly recipes.

From a simple meatloaf with Paleo ketchup, to an appetizing stuffed pepper with Paleo cranberry sauce, to a tasty pizza recipe with homemade Paleo crust, every leftover deserves a second chance. Check out this infographic by writer Jane Dizon to get ideas on how to create Paleo recipes out of holiday leftovers:

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Check out our Paleo Diet cookbooks for Paleo ketchup, and other great recipes you can add to your leftover list.

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