Paleo Recipe For Gluten Free Living (Recipe Inside)

By | January 22, 2014

Today I want to share a paleo recipe for gluten free living! Here in Toronto we are in another deep freeze and this paleo recipe is the perfect idea for a cold winter day!

Paleo Recipe For Gluten Free Living (Recipe Inside)


paleo recipe for gluten free living

When I began my gluten free diet over 2 years ago I wasn’t sure if I would be able to stick to it.  If you’re anything like me or anyone who’s ever not succeeded with a diet…I’m willing to bet BOREDOM was a big culprit. You see, it’s easy to get into a rut and start eating the same thing over and over… feel frustrated… and then give up.

When I first realized I was gluten sensitive it was when I was listening to Dr. O’Bryan on the Paleo Summit! This is when I began following a Paleo diet – I have since realized Paleo easily the hottest d-i-e-t in the world right now–because it limits nearly all processed (and many restaurant foods).

The benefits of eating Paleo–including faster fat burning, glowing  skin, unlimited energy, muscle tone, better mood and more–without EVER getting bored.

Here is the Paleo Recipe for Gluten Free Living

Marinara Chili


  • 1 Tablespoon raw, certified organic, extra virgin coconut oil
  • 2 Pounds ground beef (or other ground meat of choice)
  • 1 Organic onion, chopped
  • 2-3 cloves organic garlic
  • 1 jar of organic Marinara sauce  (or make it yourself) Be sure to check there is no gluten! 
  • Diced organic tomatoes
  • 2.5 teaspoons organic cumin
  • 2-3 teaspoons organic chili powder
  • 1-2 teaspoons organic thyme leaves
  • 2 teaspoons Celtic sea salt
  • A couple of Serrano peppers (or jalapenos, or Anaheim peppers)


  1.  Sauté onions & garlic until they are browned 
  2.  Add the meat, chili powder, thyme, and cumin
  3.   Stir mixture in pan or pot
  4.   Pour in marinara sauce, add tomatoes, peppers, and salt. Mix.
  5.   Simmer for at least an hour

This chili is delicious – some tips:

1. I like adding in more salt, I’ve found the saltier it is the better it tastes. But that’s just me.

2. I like putting the Serrano peppers in a food processor to almost puree them, and then mix them in. Tastes amazing.

So there you have it a simple paleo recipe for gluten free living.  Include a nice salad or even cauliflower and you are ready for dinner.

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Paleo Recipe For Gluten Free Living (Recipe Inside)
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Paleo Recipe For Gluten Free Living (Recipe Inside)
Today I want to share a paleo recipe for gluten free living! Here in Toronto we are in another deep freeze and this paleo recipe is the perfect idea for a cold winter day!

25 thoughts on “Paleo Recipe For Gluten Free Living (Recipe Inside)

  1. Terry

    I make my chili using olive oil… never thought of using my coconut oil. I am going to try it the next time I make chili

  2. Amber Edwards

    I need to look closer at the paleo diet. My Sister in law follows it strictly and she loves it. I like all the recipes I have tried so far. This sounds delicious.

  3. Michele

    Because I am diabetic I have to be ultra careful what I put in my mouth. I will look into the paleo diet and see if it would work for me.

  4. Amanda Love

    I have actually never tried making anything gluten free but I have been reading up about it and all the benefits of being gluten free. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Ave

    Your Marinara Chili recipe sounds delicious! Paleo diet seems really popular at the moment, but I have no idea what it’s all about. Seems that I have to check it out!

  6. Jennifer Williams

    Please do not take this the wrong way but I thought all Paleo food was blah, I have friends that have served it to me and I ate it to be kind. This sounds so good I would love to try it out.

  7. Pam

    I heard good things about this diet and I really need to check it out in more detail. I also want to start cooking more with coconut oil.

  8. kay adeola

    I am not on a Paleo diet i really do not know that much about it to be honest

  9. amanda @attachedmoms

    I have considered a pAlso diet to see if it helps with some issues I am having.

  10. Megan @ All That Glitters

    I don’t do paleo entirely, but I do try to eat clean most of the time. Great recipe!

  11. Ashley Gill

    I have a gluten sensitivity and an autoimmune disease and have been told Paleo will help me but I’ve not look into it too much. I just don’t eat gluten or dairy… boring life I lead! I should try this chili!

  12. teresa mccluskey

    I have been trying to have less glut in my life. Maybe this will help me out a little!


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