Have Yourself a Completely Paleo Christmas

Christmas + Paleo can seem like an impossible task when dinners of Christmas’ past were laden with sugar, bread and other wheat flour foods. Furthermore, scouring the internet to find good paleo recipes for you conventional Christmas favourites can seem like a tiresome and time-consuming task. That’s why, one week from Christmas, I’ve compiled one mother of a round-up of paleo recipes for all aspects of this year’s Christmas feast. Peruse the links below, and decide if you want a traditional turkey dinner with all the gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free trimmings; or, try an unconventional Christmas dinner of roast beef or lamb, and a chocolate dessert. Good luck and enjoy!


Last year’s completely Paleo Christmas dinner


Primal Eye’s AIP Christmas Party Platter

Au Naturale’s Pizza-Stuffed Mushrooms

Whole New Mom’s Creamy Root Vegetable Soup



Raindrops Wellness’ Paleo Baked Chicken Legs Tagine

The Primal Desire’s Paleo Pecan Crusted Rack of Lamb

GI 365’s Honey Mustard Glazed Cranberry Pork Loin Roast

Primal Eye’s Rack of Lamb with Rosemary and Redcurrant Sauce

Nom Nom Paleo’s Butterflied Big Bird (Spatchcocked Turkey)

The Domestic Man’s Perfect Smoked Turkey

Thriving on Paleo’s Peppercorn Beef Tenderloin with Garlic Cream Sauce

Eat Drink Paleo’s Macadamia, Garlic & Parsley Crusted Rack of Lamb (with Roasted Balsamic Tomatoes)

The Paleo Parents Rosemary Garlic Prime Rib  *this entire post is loaded with further links for more holiday recipes!


You could also try my Primal Pork Stuffing, or Beef Brisket Bourgignon, or the Slow Cooked Turkey recipe I used for my meat last Christmas.



The Primal Desire’s Candied Maple Pecan Yams

Paleo Magazine’s Cinnamon Ghee Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Butternut Squash

Real Food with Dana’s Spiced Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Ancestral Chef’s Easy Bacon Brussels Sprouts (via Paleo Magazine)

Au Naturale’s Seeded Dinner Rolls

Paleo Gone Sassy’s Twice Baked ‘Macaroni and Cheese’

Paleo Gone Sassy’s Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Pure and Simple Nourishment’s Roasted Root Vegetables with Mint Maple Vinaigrette

Bravo for Paleo’s Braised Red Cabbage with Walnuts

Bravo for Paleo’s Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes with Blueberries and Pecans


You could also try my Primal Potato Gratin, which is a primal dish instead because it contains dairy.


Cranberry Sauces

Nom Nom Paleo’s Paleo Cran-Cherry Sauce

The Primal Desire’s Paleo Cranberry Sauce

The Domestic Man’s Cranberry Sauce



Raindrops Wellness’ Paleo Dark Chocolate Torte with Cherry Sauce

The Primal Desire’s One-Pan Nut Brownies

GI 365’s Chocolate Mousse Brownies

Au Naturale’s Strawberry Custard Tart

Primally Inspired’s Paleo Peppermint Brownie Roll

Primal Eye’s Spiced Roasted Plums with Maple Coconut Cream

Primal Eye’s Warming Winter Fruit Crumble

Greens of the Stone Age’s Paleo Cranberry Mince Pies

Greens of the Stone Age’s Raw Vegan and Paleo Christmas Puddings

Greens of the Stone Age’s Raw No Bake Paleo Christmas Cheesecake

Greens of the Stone Age’s Dark Chocolate Gingerbread and Apricot Truffles

Green of the Stone Age ‘Hidden Orange’ Christmas Pudding with Paleo Rum Sauce

Greens of the Stone Age’s Paleo Stuffed Middle Eastern Dates

Whole New Mom’s Chocolate Avocado Truffles with a Kick

Whole New Mom’s Five-Ingredient Easy Peppermint Fudge (dairy-free)

Whole New Mom’s Secret Ingredient Gingerbread Cookies

Ancestral Chef’s Apple Pie (via Paleo Magazine)

A Calculated Whisk’s Chewy Molasses Cookies

Barefoot Provisions Holiday Custard, 2 ways

Eat Drink Paleo’s Chocolate Orange Rum Balls

Living Healthy with Chocolate’s Blueberry Chocolate Cake

Bravo for Paleo’s Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

Rubies & Radishes’ Gingerbread Cookies

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You could also try my Paleo Sticky Toffee Pudding, or Dairy-Free Fat Bombs for a treat later in the evening.


Autoimmune Protocol Paleo

If you follow AIP, check out Comfort Bites’ Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Christmas Menu

Or check out Nom Nom Paleo’s post loaded with regular paleo holiday recipe links.


What’s your favourite Christmas dishes?

What are you making for this year’s Christmas meal?

6 thoughts on “Have Yourself a Completely Paleo Christmas

  1. Pingback: Christmas is not easy for everyone – News From The Hill

  2. Bookmarking and saving for later (because there’s no way to get my traditional Norwegian family to eat something other than lutefisk and potatoes on Christmas Eve!) 🙂 Have a wonderful Christmas, my friend! I’ll wave to Winnipeg when I get to my parents’ house today!

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