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Unlike most chefs who spend a lot of time thinking about creating the perfect recipe, most of my recipes are literally thrown together. Is this bad? Not necessarily, but sometimes I wish I were a little more prepared when it comes to meal planning. I feel like I could be a little more gourmet, you know?
Although I’m not a real chef, I love being creative in the kitchen. Unfortunately, my moments of creativity and inspiration don’t come until about 5:45 p.m. when I need to have dinner on the table by 6 p.m.
When I created the recipe for Paleo Spinach Artichoke Stuffed Chicken, I was so proud of myself. Its one of my recipes that somewhat looks gourmet, but it doesn’t take a lot of time to make.
My husband was literally so impressed with this dish; not only because it looked like it took forever to make, but because it made his taste buds do a happy dance.
If you want to impress your significant other this Valentine’s Day, I highly suggest making Paleo Spinach Artichoke Stuffed Chicken. Don’t forget to set the lovey-dovey mood by lighting some candles and using your finest paper plates…ha, see what I did there? NOTE: Do not put paper plates near open flame.
4 Chicken Breasts, butterfly cut
1 Cup Mushrooms, chopped
1 Cup Artichoke Hearts, chopped
2 Cups Spinach, chopped
½ Cup Bacon, cooked and chopped
2 Eggs, whisked (place in separate bowl)
½ Cup Almond Flour
½ Cup Arrowroot Flour
1 Tbsp. Italian Seasoning
Tennille Boseman is a self-proclaimed busy body and credits the Paleo diet for the energy she has to do it all. She loves eating real food, is a recovering Peanut Butter-aholic, and now has a real obsession with almond butter. When she’s not eating that by the spoonful, you’ll find Tennille in the kitchen experimenting with new Paleo recipes. Her cooking style is simple, realistic, and delicious. Tennille is the owner of Paleo Plate, a protein/energy treat company and is also the founder of the Jett Powered Foundation. She spends her spare time attempting to perfect her double unders and pull-ups at Fit Farm Crossfit and watching episodes of Breaking Bad with her husband. Her most favorite role, however, is being a mom to a very precious two-year-old boy. She has learned that life is fragile and that some of life’s greatest triumphs come from the biggest challenges. Tennille is Utah grown and raised, but is currently living in Omaha, Nebraska with her little family and overweight dog (we’re working on that one).
If you have any questions (or recipe suggestions!), contact Tennille at firstname.lastname@example.org