Mediterranean Chicken Recipe PLUS Amazing Paleo Cookbooks For Nothing!

I don’t eat a paleo diet. I think it’s good for you and all, but I just couldn’t let go of my bowl of porridge in the morning! (Which I by the way think is good for me too, soluble fibre ftw 😀 )

However I do use paleo recipes quite often. Because to me eating healthy is all about eating whole, non-processed foods. Mostly plants. (Yes I am quoting Michael Pollan; read his books if you haven’t already!) And paleo recipes are all about that jazz.

That’s why I’m super excited for this paleo cookbook sale – 15 of the biggest paleo books (including The Ancestral Kitchen, The Paleo Kitchen, Beyond Bacon and the Primal Blueprint – crazy?!) for about a dollar! (The prices vary.) They’re practically giving them away!*


Back to the recipe. This chicken is super delicious, easy to throw together and it is coincidentally paleo too!



  • 6 boneless chicken thighs (bone-in works too, but it’ll be more messy to eat!)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon lemon zest
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • Half tablespoon rosemary
  • Handful olives
  • Lemon & lime slices
  • Salt & pepper


1. Mix your olive oil, lemon juice, lemon zest, and rosemary together in a cup.

2. Get your chicken onto a baking dish.

3. Pour the mixture from step 1 all over the chicken.

4. Add salt and pepper to your taste.

5. Add the lemon and lime slices over the top, and a few olives as well.

6. Bake for about half an hour – keep an eye on it; this will depend on the size of the chicken thighs as well as your oven.

7. It really is as simple as that – enjoy!


Do you eat paleo? 

Will you be availing of the paleo booksale either way? I know I will!

*affiliate link


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