4 Wicked Tasty Paleo Lunches

Interested in a paleo diet but unsure of how that translates to what you can make for lunch? We’re here to help. A paleo lifestyle includes high-protein intake as well as being carb conscious. A paleo diet is free of added sugars, gluten, grains, soy, corn, dairy and processed ingredients. So what does that mean for your lunch meals? Take a look a these delicious paleo dishes perfect for a quick weekday lunch or a slow Sunday meal.

Pan Seared Salmon over Warm Chickpea Salad



You’ll want to return to this dish time and time again. Served warm and perfectly seasoned, this pan seared salmon over warm chickpea salad is a great way to transform your typical leafy salads into something more filling.  

Korean Bibimbap with Beef Bulgogi


Pronounced “BEE-beem-bop,” this colorful and flavorful dish has a variety of fun ingredients and textures that you can’t help but admire before digging in. Pear, garlic, ground ginger, sirloin steak, egg, baby spinach, sesame seeds, zucchini, carrot, bean sprouts, white rice… the list goes on! If you’re a “paleo purist” and prefer to avoid white rice, try cauliflower “rice” instead.

Southwest Chicken Salad


This south-of-the-border worthy dish has all the Mexican flavors you could wish for. With black beans, corn and our favorite queso fresco, this salad has all the best Mexican ingredients. Best of all, this delicious dish effortlessly fits into your paleo diet.

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