Not only are these Spinach and Chicken Paleo Stuffed Peppers Whole30 and keto-friendly, they are deliciously creamy and so fun to eat, even kids will love it!
Ever since you guys expressed how much you love my Pizza Stuffed Peppers, I’ve been looking to create another paleo stuffed peppers recipe that’s different but still full of flavor. Not only are stuffed peppers fun and easy to make, they are REALLY fun to eat, especially for little hands!
Spinach and Chicken Paleo Stuffed Peppers Recipe
This Spinach and Chicken Paleo Stuffed Peppers recipe came together by accident because I was thinking of ways to use up whatever meat and veggies we had left in the fridge. I honestly just threw everything together to come up with it, and it’s crazy but that’s how some of my reader favorite dishes are created!
Chicken and spinach are cooked in creamy coconut milk, combined with delicious spices that add a slightly cheesy and decadent flavor to the filling without dairy. It’s then thickened with tapioca starch and stuffed into bell peppers, and everything is baked together until the peppers are perfectly cooked!
If you end up having leftovers of this Spinach and Chicken Paleo Stuffed Peppers, you can just bake it up in the oven at 375 degrees until it’s heated thoroughly, about 15-20 minutes.
However, I’ve been so busy recently that I’ve just been using the microwave to nuke for 2 minutes. I’m honestly 100% okay with using the microwave, if it means I can still eat a healthy home cooked meal much easily when my plate is full (no pun intended!) on weekdays. As always, don’t let perfect be the enemy of good, especially when it comes to your health!
I guest posted this Spinach and Chicken Paleo Stuffed Peppers recipe on Lauren Geertsen’s blog, Empowered Sustenance, so go check it out there. I hope you love it as much as I do!: