How To Make The Easiest Paleo Donuts That Taste Delicious
I had a fan and good friend ask recently If I knew a recipe for paleo donuts. According to him the fate of the universe hinged on the easiest paleo donuts I could make. Since all my stuff is in this universe I needed to save it. I thought about it for a bit and did a little google-fu. In the end, my recipe had to change last minute.
I was going to make yeast donuts, which are the best, but had to scrap that. Yeast needs sugar for it to eat and make bubbles. I didn’t want any sugar in this recipe. So I made a cake type drop donut. The batter being much too loose for traditional donuts.
I based the easiest paleo donuts on my paleo bread recipe. It being the easiest paleo bread recipe.
I have wanted to try Steve’s Paleo krunch for a long time. Many things are added to my list of things to try. I eventually get around to them. Recently I was at the Whole Foods in Franking TN and saw they had a whole section of paleo goods. Paleo Krunch was one of the items featured there. I didn’t even think about it I grabbed it. I just got done scarfing it down now let’s review this.
Steve’s Paleo Krunch is the original grainless granola paleo bar. I know many of you are thinking that you can’t have granola without grains. Well, you are wrong. This bar looked just like any other granola bar. Just like them, it is made from nuts and seeds held together with honey. Unlike them, this is actually a health food.
Pumpkin Spice is expensive. A tiny container that is only slightly over 1 ounce is in the $3~$4 price range. What if you want more than that? That tiny container won’t last you all fall. You could easily use more than a couple of those doing the recipes in my upcoming Paleo Pumpkin Recipies Ebook. So we need to make it ourselves. Luckily this is both cheap and easy. By cheap, I don’t mean less than the price of 1 container of pumpkin spice. To make this mix it will be a larger upfront cost. Probably in the $10 range. But you will make enough to last all year.
If you are like me you probably have all the ingredients to make pumpkin spice already. Or some of them. I feel that the main two ingredients are Cinnamon and nutmeg. You can’t make this without those two. No way no how. You will just have noodle water seasoning. The rest of the spices you can play with to suit your taste.
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This week Mike and I welcome on Mountain Chang from Chronology. Mountain is the creator of the Primal Professional shoe. The Primal Professional fills the gap in professional minimalist footwear. Until Mountain Chang created it there wasn’t anything decent on the market. With a very ugly vibram being the only other zero drop minimal dress shoe.
I did a full review on them a few months ago Here. After a year of use they are still my favorite pair of shoes. I’ve used them outside of work for everyday shoes and walked around a ren fair all day in them.
We talk about Mountains decision to go paleo. We dig into his training routine . Mountain is using the Wendler 5/3/1 system. A very organized and analytical way to gain strength.
We round out the show by talking about gun. Mountain bought a mossberg 500 shotgun for self protection. He talks about the how he choose that model.
I originally talked about the Primal Professionals way back in December of 2012 when I interviewed the creator Mountain Chang. I think I heard about them on the Robb Wolf podcast. I immediately loved the idea of a minimal dress shoe. My work would flip out if I showed up to work in my Vibram Five Fingers. The retail management world just isnt ready for them. My feet though could not handle the 12 hour days on concrete wearing traditional dress shoes. Someday’s I would come home limping from feet pain. I knew I needed something. Are the Primal Professionals the something I was looking for? Let’s find out.
Since I got these shoes for review, lots of exciting things have happened over at the Primal Professional. They’ve rebranded to Chronology. Their Resole and Restoration program, which gives your shoes a second life, is up and running.
They’ve joined 1% for the Planet, a network of businesses that pledge 1% of their sales to nonprofits that are protecting, restoring, and improving the planet we all live in (notable 1FTP members include Patagonia and Paleo Treats).
They’ve added some cool new features, like elastic laces that turn the shoes into functional slip-ons. They just received version 3 of their continuously improving shoes. They’re now taking preorders (save $50) for version 4 on http://chronology-lg.com/. They will be made by a new shoemaker, and include a new Oxblood color.