Chocolate Pot De Creme Recipe and Mediterranean Paleo Cooking Book Review

Chocolate Pot De Creme | Real Food Kosher

What do you get when you cross the attributes of the Mediterranean diet, with the principles of the Paleo diet and the 1930’s research of Dr. Weston A. Price?

Mediterranean Paleo Cooking by Caitlin Weeks and Nabil Boumrar.

ebook cover Oct 23Caitlin is a certified Nutrition Consultant and author of the blog Grass Fed Girl and Nabil is a professionally trained chef born in Algeria. They are the perfect duo to create a Mediterranean cookbook emphasizing a whole foods lifestyle. You’ll find both nutritionist tips and chef’s tips spread throughout the book.

This new e-book includes over 125 recipes like Herb de Provence Biscuits, Lamb Kebab, Fig and Ginger Chicken Tajine, and Tahini Truffles. The classics are included like Cauliflower Hummus, Tabouli Salad, Falafel, and even a Mediterranean Paleo Pizza.

If you have any allergies or food sensitivities, want to explore ethnic recipes and exotic spices, or just want to add more variety to your repertoire you need to get this book.

Paleo diets usually exclude grains, legumes, and limits dairy to reduce their inflammatory effects on the body. But even if you are not following a paleo diet there is plenty in here to explore – it’s all about eating whole foods so you won’t find any processed food ingredients in the cookbook.

In addition to the recipes there are also tips on stocking a Mediterranean Paleo Kitchen, How to Choose Healthy Fats, a shopping list and resource guide.

The recipe sections include, breakfast, salads, soups, appetizers, poultry, red meat, seafood, offal, vegetable sides, desserts, and sauces, broths and butters.


There are a few recipes that include shellfish and pork – but with 125 recipes there is still plenty of kosher style recipes to explore. And with limited dairy in paleo cookbooks there isn’t that much substitutions needed to prevent mixing dairy and meat. I’m still finding plenty of recipes I need to try with no issues adapting it to my kosher kitchen.

To learn more about Paleo Mediterranean Cooking or to purchase NOW click HERE

One of the first recipes I tried was this dairy-free Chocolate Pot de Creme which I adapted below. I loved their tip to make it in a double boiler resulting in the perfect texture. And the best part: no one tasted the coconut – a definite plus in my picky household.

Chocolate Pot de Creme


Looking for more creamy chocolate desserts? Check these out:

Chocolate Pot de Creme (with dairy) | Cheeseslave
Paleo “Death By Chocolate” Mousse | The Darling Bakers
Chia Chocolate Mousse | Healy Real Food Vegetarian
Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse | Small Footprint Family
Chocolate Coconut Cream Mousse | Thrive Style
Raw Mint Chocolate Mousse | Good Girl Gone Green
Chocolate Heaven Mousse | Carly Shankman
Dark Chocolate Superfood Mousse | Mix Wellness

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    • Lisa says

      Not at all – it’s just there for flavor. You could even try some orange extract as a variation. Chocolate doesn’t need much enhancement :)

    • Lisa Rose says

      Do you mean like calorie counts, etc…?
      I don’t provide that – there are other sites online like NutritionData that you can input a recipe and get nutrition info.

      I don’t think it’s necessary to count calories and fat grams when eating a diet of whole unprocessed real foods.


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