New Gluten-Free Desserts App and Caveman Feast comes to Android!

Great news!

Following up on the success of our #1 bestselling Paleo recipe app Caveman Feast, we just launched a new iPhone and iPad app just in time for the holidays called Gluten-Free Desserts.

But the good news doesn’t stop there. The moment we launched Caveman Feast on the iPhone and iPad, we received a flood of messages from readers calling for an Android version. And we listened. For the first time ever, we’re bringing Caveman Feast to Android!

If you’d like to hear more about some of the new features we’ve been secretly working on, read on…

Gluten Free Desserts on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Gluten Free Desserts - Now Available for $1.99

Download on the App Store

From holiday favorites like pumpkin pie and apple pie (with bacon!!!), to chocolate zucchini cupcakes and rum balls – we’ve rounded up our healthiest and most irresistible dessert recipes.

The recipes in Gluten-Free Desserts come straight from the Fat-Burning Man’s kitchen (from my lovely girlfriend, Alyson, who you may remember from her appearance on the FBM show).

When Alyson went gluten free, she immediately felt healthier and more energetic. Her skin cleared up, she slimmed down, and she even found that her mood improved.

But she couldn’t live without gooey chocolate chip cookies, rich pies, and decadent cupcakes. She missed her desserts!

So Alyson got to work, experimenting in the kitchen with treats made from wholesome, gluten-free and real food ingredients. Her friends and family fell in love with her creations and it wasn’t long before they begged for her to share her recipes.

Now they are available for you!  Take a look at the app in action in our video preview below.

Download on the App Store

Gluten-Free Desserts follows the same winning formula of our bestselling app Caveman Feast – it’s beautiful, simple to use, and you can easily share recipes with family and friends.

We’ve also added a few (epic) new features.

You asked us for the ability to add notes. Now you can tap the notepad icon on the top right of a recipe and scribble your heart out.

We’ve also added a shopping list so you can snag the ingredients you need when you’re out and about. You can add the ingredients of a recipe to a shopping list and tick them off as you pick them up! Pretty cool, eh?

You can now grab Gluten Free Desserts for just $1.99.

Caveman Feast comes to Android!

Caveman Feast the App is available for Android! |

Get Caveman Feast on Google Play

When we launched Caveman Feast on the iPhone and iPad, we received a flood of messages from readers calling for an Android version. It was time to double down and get to work on creating something spectacular for our Android readers and listeners.

Our Caveman Feast app with 200+ delicious Paleo recipes from the kitchen of George Bryant of Civilized Caveman is now available to Android users for just $2.99.

This is our first Android app – we had a steep learning curve – but we’ve managed to code in our stunning and easy to use interface along with new features and improvements such as the ability to add notes to recipes.

We’re excited to make a splash with Paleo in the Android marketplace so please help us by downloading the app and leaving us a review. Thank you so much for your support!

Leave us a comment below if you have any questions or would like to share your thoughts!

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  1. You speak of intermittent fasting for men and say that women don’t have as much success as men. I’m a 56-year-old female. I’ve been slowly graduating to a whole-foods paleonistic life style. I’d like to try fasting. Any suggestions?

  2. Denny Hemingson says:

    Love the Caveman Feast app so I’m getting the new gluten free desserts app too. Should I feel guilty? ’cause I do! Ha! Can’t wait to have apple pie with bacon for Thanksgiving!

  3. Thanks Abel. I’m trying to brainstorm ideas on how to survive this Thanksgiving. This will help a ton. Do you have any strategies or tips for Thanksgiving or do you just give yourself a break? Thanks!

    • Denny’s totally on point! For desserts, obviously this app is king 😉 And you can find some fantastic options in Caveman Feast as well. Overall though, sticking to whole foods and staying away from the boxed versions of “foods” will keep you on point and feeling groovy post turkey-day! Well minus a potential tryptophan coma 😉 – Emily, FBM Team

  4. Denny Hemingson says:

    Hey Levi,
    I’m sure Abel will have some great ideas for Thanksgiving, but I’ve found that if we do the cooking ourselves we can totally stay on track.

    butternut squash soup
    Pastured turkey with meat stuffing (there are many great recipes)
    Fauxtatoes (mashed cauliflower)
    Sweet potatoes without all the brown sugar and marsh-mellows (because they’re already sweet enough!) You could use stevia if you really needed sweetener
    green beans sautéed with onions and garlic in olive oil
    brussel sprouts sauteed in bacon grease with real bacon bits
    fresh cranberries with a little raw honey
    and an apple pie or pumpkin pie from Abels new Gluten Free Desserts app

    done…and delish!!!

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  6. PENNY FUQUAY says:

    downloaded the caveman feast for android. and it crashes every time I try to open it.
    it won’t refund my money.

    • Hi Penny, we’re actually putting out a fix later today (or tomorrow) for the Android app. We’re also adding 60 more recipes for free. We’ll announce on the blog once that update is live.

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