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    Ideas for brunch food?

    I'm having brunch here next Sunday and I need some ideas for a few dishes I can make that are primal but my guests won't say "wtf is that??". My friends love my cooking and my parties, but it has always been carb-fest for them and I eat my own thing. That needs to change

    I am going to make a crustless quiche and bacon wrapped asparagus, and I know one person is making the filling for egg burritos. I think we are set on egg dishes.

    99% sure my other friend will be making something I can't eat.

    So.... I'd like to come up with 2-3 more dishes that are primal and delicious, yet not so far out there that people won't want to try them.

    Any ideas are appreciated!

    Kathy

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    A fruit salad with nuts, coconut, etc....no one will know it's not primal. :-)

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    If you are looking for baked goods, I might try and apple and banana loaf

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    or banana cake

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    If you want more veggies for a side dish, lime and coconut yams might be a winner, and not to far from the standard fare.

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    Good luck with your menu planning!

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    Blueberry muffins:

    3 eggs
    3 tbsp butter or coconut oil, melted
    3 tbsp honey
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp vanilla
    1/4 tsp almond extract
    1/4 cup sifted coconut flour
    1/4 tsp baking powder
    1/2 cup frozen blueberries.

    Blend together eggs, butter, honey, salt and vanilla. Combine coconut flour with baking powder and whisk. Add to wet ing and mix until no lumps. Fold in berries and scoop into muffin papers. Makes 6 muffins.

    Bake at 400 for 15-18 min.

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    Primal pancakes - there are a few recipes around the web
    Smoked salmon, some cheeses?

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    Chicken drumsticks should be acceptable as a branch meal. Various veggies - I particularly like kohlrabi cut so resembles French fries + green beans (same length, about 2 inches). Or you can buy red beet, slice it (1 cm, not less), slice some garlic, put it all in the foil, add olive oil and some salt, make a package and put it in the oven for about 50 minutes. It is divine.

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    fruit, nuts, baked custard (sorry, but I love custard, and it's a really yummy hot breakfast)

    oh and egg white crepes stuffed with full fat greek yogurt and fruit!
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    A variety of sliced meats and cheeses: ham, beef, turkey, salami, pepperoni and several cheeses, all easy to store afterwards which is also good. Fruit skewers are attractive; a variety of nuts; mini-quiches; a big ham/roast for people to cut bits off is always impressive; chocolate covered strawberries; fiber or nut thins for "crackers"; a punch bowl of sangria or wine punch is easy and looks very appealing. I am now very hungry!
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    Just about everybody likes prosciutto-wrapped melon. Last month I went to a potluck and took a tomato-basil-bocconcini mozzarella salad that was well received.

    These would be good counterpoints to buttery-greasy bacon and egg dishes.
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    Baby mozarella chunks wrapped with basil and prosciutto, alternate with cherry tomatoes on mini skewers.

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