All Posts by Camille Macres


About the Author

Harnessing 10 years of experience as a private chef to the Southern California elite and a deep understanding of the healing properties of food, Camille is committed to transforming the lives of those she touches by helping them shifting healthcare from the medicine cabinet to the pantry and the doctors office to the garden.

4 Ingredient Paleo Sandwich Bread

Most Paleo Sandwich Breads that I’ve purchased at the store have been unimpressive, to say the least. I was so happy to stumble upon this recipe when we made it on Episode 13 of my TV show, Camille’s Paleo Kitchen. It is SO easy to make. It really cannot be messed up. My only two […]

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Easy Paleo Fettuccine Alfredo

This Easy Paleo Fettuccine Alfredo is a very special recipe, my friends. Not only is it very fast to make, it’s a big hit at every potluck and dinner party! It is so rich and flavorful, that you will forget all about glutinous pasta and cream sauce that spends a moment on your lips and […]

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Easy Paleo Pumpkin Muffins

Looking for a super simple and delicious paleo muffin recipe the whole family will love? These Paleo Pumpkin muffins by The Civilized Caveman, George Bryant are awesome! I love the combo of the moist and soft muffin with the crunchy walnuts on top. Serve with a nice smear of grassfed butter for a perfect snack […]

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Korean Beef Skewers with Mandarin-Cabbage Slaw

People are often surprised to learn that lean beef can also be good for their heart. In fact, a recent study shows that, as part of a heart-healthy diet, it can reduce cholesterol levels. This dish is a perfect example, pairing ground beef with nutritious vegetables and fruits. Cabbage provides cancer-fighting powers; the mandarins add […]

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Roasted Salmon with Escarole and Orange-Almond Relish

Escarole is a member of the chicory family, cousin to endive and radicchio. The clan is known for its deliciously mild bitterness. In Italy, the winter green is often paired with sweet citrus for contrast. Simmering the leaves with dates tames their bite, and helps bring out a subtle sweetness of their own. I’ve been […]

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Italian Sausage with Fennel, Artichokes, Kale, and Red Cabbage

This one-pan meal yields maximum flavor for minimal dish washing or time at the stove. Just be sure to take the time to really let the sausage brown. Browning (known in food-geek circles as the Maillard reaction) is one of the easiest yet most important flavor-producing techniques at your disposal. It’s not just the color […]

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Easy Spaghetti Squash Hash Browns

These easy spaghetti squash hash browns are the perfect way to use your leftover squash! Make sure to fry them in lots of ghee and let them get very crispy in the pan! Normally, I am not an advocate of teflon pans because of the toxic things they use to make them, but I have […]

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Easy Ketogenic Energy Bars (paleo, high-fat, low-carb)

These Ketogenic Energy Bars are my favorite bar recipe I’ve ever made BY FAR. They are LOADED with healthy fat and protein, so they’re wonderful to have on-hand to keep blood sugar stable throughout the day. They are also AWESOME to eat pre-workout. A word of caution, however: They turn to a puddle if they […]

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