Yesterday, I shared this recipe on one of my favorite blogs: PaleOMG.
To be honest, Juli’s amazing Paleo-centered blog was my first real exposure to the Paleo blogosphere. She let me share my Inspiralized bun as a guest post back what seems like ages ago (you can find that recipe here) and ever since, I’ve been following her funny, upbeat, genuine point of view on keeping healthy and fit.
She kinda makes me want to try Crossfit. Kinda. Maybe. I’m scared.
This apple noodle and prosciutto salad recipe can be found on her blog (the nutritional information, though, is at the bottom of this post.)
As you’ll read, this salad is meant to be a way to utilize leftover prosciutto from the holiday meat and cheese platter and slowly work normal portions back into your life. Making salads is kind of my jam.
If you’ve never crisped prosciutto, you’ve never lived. It’s so easy – it’s just baked in an oven, but the saltiness in the meat is released and the combination of that savoriness with the toasted hazelnuts and sweet apples is unparalleled.
To get the recipe, click on over to PaleOMG.
Also today, I am rounding up my best Thanksgiving-appropriate recipes for your holiday. I may even have a couple tricks up my sleeve early next week for my procrastinators (holla!)
An Inspiralized Thanksgiving
I’ve put all of my Thanksgiving-themed recipes in one easy-to-follow Pinterest board. There are yummy spiralized frittatas, apple crisp desserts and ham and apple noodle side dishes.
Follow Inspiralized’s board An Inspiralized Thanksgiving on Pinterest.
Some of my favorites from this roundup:
Top left: Pumpkin Spice Sweet Potato Noodle Waffles
Top right: Fall Harvest Butternut Squash Pilaf
Bottom left: Orange-Cranberry Glazed Butternut Squash Noodles with Pecans
Bottom right: Sweet Hot Mustard Brussels Sprouts with Apples
Also, you’re going to want to stop by the blog tomorrow. I have some incredibly exciting news to share with you all. I’m actually bursting at the seams!! Teaser: cookbook. EEK!
Nutritional Information & Recipe
You can find the recipe here, on PaleOMG.