Grok Grub’s Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocados [Paleo]

Next up in my very drawn out series of recipe trades is a swap with Grok Grub! Things have gotten a little behind on my end due to my move across the ocean from Canada to Japan, but, more on that later. Rachel has actually already posted her half of the trade, you can find her photos of my MaCaZu Sauce on her blog.

When going through her recipes I had a heck of a time deciding which one I wanted make. It’s tough, when I had some killer recipes such as this Grain Free Rhubarb Tart and Paleo Sex In a Pan to choose from. However, after much deliberation, I finally decided on her Smoked Salmon, Egg Stuffed Avocados, and I was not disappointed! They made a perfect breakfast, filling and satisfying. You can head on over there for her mouthwatering photos, and a printable version of her text recipe. If you stick around here for a minute, you can take a look at my illustrated guide for assembly instructions!

Grok Grub's Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocados, Illustrated by Alex BoakeIsn’t that genius? What a clever lady she is! You can find more of Grok Grub’s tasty stuff on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Yogurt with Raspberries and Dark Chocolate

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I think it’s nice to have a little treat. Here’s an easy one that doesn’t require too much effort, or inflict too much guilt. Full fat Yogurt with Raspberries, Dark Chocolate and Macadamia Nuts. Yum!

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Smoky Bacon Deviled Eggs and Homemade Mayo

Ah, it’s officially summer! This is great news for fans of fun outdoor activities like picnics. I’m a big fan of picnics.  You get to enjoy the sunshine, hang out with friends, and eat fresh and delicious food. Now, if there’s one food that I really associate with picnics, it’s Deviled Eggs. If people ask me to come to their outdoor-eating-fest there’s this unspoken expectation that I will be bringing my famous Deviled Eggs. This year I’m really upping my game with these Smoky Bacon Deviled Eggs made with my own Homemade Mayonnaise. They’re complex, and smoky and creamy and…well, how can you argue with Bacon?

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