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Foods suitable for the Paleo/Primal diet are marked below!

Sweet Rolls that Rock - a blog by cute kitty punk aka Melissa Daams

Honey-nut Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Lemony Lime Sweet Rolls
Pineapple Upside Down Cinnamon Rolls
Polynesian-inpsired Pineapple and Bacon Sweet Rolls
Seriously Sublime Sweet Rolls
White Chocolate *Raspberry* Cream Cheese Rolls

cUte Kitty pUnk sweet rolls:
The Best Cinnamon Rolls with Shiny Sweet Glaze
Chocolate Lovers Cinnamon Rolls
Coconut Sweet Rolls
Zucchini Cinnamon Rolls

Breakfast and Breads

Amaranth Porridge
Banana with Blackberries and Chocolate Muffins
Basic Breakfast cake aka ontbijtkoek aka ginger bread (Primal/Grain free/Dairy free)
Cherry Rhubarb Jam
Classic Cinnamon Rolls with Vanilla Glaze
Grain-free Pancakes (Paleo/Primal)
Leftover Breakfast Hash (Paleo/Primal)
Little Monster Muffins (Flour free)
Maple Cinnamon Honey Butter (Primal)
Potatoes O 'Brien and French Toast
Pumpkin Snacking Cake (Grain/Gluten/Dairy free)
Saffron-infused Pumpkin Muffins with Choco n' Carob Chip Pieces

 - "It's what you eat before you eat"
                                - Eric Cartman

African Peanut Soup
Bitterballen (Primal)
Banana Loempia's
Cauliflower Roulade (Paleo/Primal)
Chick-O-Stick Soup
Creamy Hummus, Restaurant Style
Easy Tomato Salad (Paleo/Primal)
Eggplant Croquettes
Frietjes [French Fries] (Paleo/Primal)
Ginger Peanut Soup
Lovely Green Soup
Pea and Lettuce Soup
Peas Palak

Easy Arizona Salsa
Mango-Ginger Relish


Easy Strawberry Buttercream Frosting
Honey-buttercream Frosting
Saffron Master Mix
White Chocolate Couer de la creme with blueberry lime puree

Almond Orange Coconut Cupcakes with Frosting
Mini Chocolate Cheesecakes
Paleo/Primal Chocolate Cake (Paleo/Primal)
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Saffron-infused Carrot Cake (Grain-free) SHF#73
Strawberry Blue Chocolate Cake with Cherry Cream Filling
Sugary Sweet Spumoni Cake SHF#70
White Chocolate Blondie Cupcakes (Cat)

American Chocolate Chip Cookies
Baltimore Berger Cookies
The BEST REAL Peanut Butter Cookies
Banana Split Pudding Brownies
Egg-yolk Chocolate Cookies
Fudge and Marshmallow Topped Cookies
Lemon Meringue Tart (Reduced fat/Reduced Sugar)
Muffin-top Oatmeal Chocolate Cookies
Peanut Butter Spiced Cookies
Peppermint Swirls (cookie bites)
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies stuffed with Oreo
Sergeant York's Cookies aka Vanishing Oatmeal *Chocolate Chip* Cookies
Sugar Cookies

Chocolate Fudge Gelato
Cucumber-Melon Sorbet
Grape-Lime Sorbet
Heavenly Peanut Dream (ice cream)
Kiwi-Lime Sorbet
Maple Chocolate Frosty Ice Cream (Paleo/Primal)
Peppermint Stick Ice Cream
Saffron and Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Sweet and Yummy Pumpkin Ice Cream

Banana Trifle
Gingerbread and Apple Pie Trifle SHF#72
Raspberry Trifle

Beta Carrot Juice
Grape Juice
Protein Smootie (Paleo/Primal)
Strawberry Banana Smoothie
Strawberry Milkshake
Tropical Fruit Smoothie

Regular food we eat all the time to sustain us

Chickpea Burrito's (Vegan)
Chili Chili Bang Bang (Paleo/Primal)
Indian Butter Chicken (Primal)
Mock "Indian Butter Chicken" Curry (Vegan)
A really good egg salad sandwich
(Broodje eiersalade)

A really healthy sandwich
(Broodje gezond)

Three Cheese and Vegetable Grilled Panini

Chiles Rellenos (Primal)
(Stuffed Green Chiles)

Curry from Banana, Coconut, and "Chicken"
(Curry van banaan, kokos en kip)

Fried Plantain Sandwich - "Jibarito"
(Broodje bakbanaan)

Soy-Sweet Tofu with Mango Salsa
(Zoete soya met mango salsa)

(Belgische stoemp met zilveruitjes)

(Hete Bliksem en Oosterse Speklapjes)

Red Cabbage Mashed Potatoes and Sausages
(Rode Kool Stamppot en Saucijs)

(Zuurkool Kerrie)

Sauerkraut Casserole
(Zuurkool Schotel)

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