Tuna Zoodle Casserole (AIP)

Love it or hate it, tuna casserole is an American classic… at least in the upper Midwest where I grew up, and for years I’ve wondered: could I make a tasty AIP version, perhaps a “Tuna Zoodle Casserole”? My first couple attempts were watery failures (more like

Grilled Cauliflower Steaks (AIP, SCD)

There’s nothing quite like steaks on the grill… especially when they are cauliflower steaks! Enjoy them as an accompaniment to something meaty, or put them right in the center of the plate for a show stopping main dish that your vegan friends can enjoy along with you.

Tigernut Toffee Bars (AIP)

There are few treats that bring me back to my wholesome midwestern childhood as quickly as simple toffee bars do. They were a staple of homemade goodness, both made by my mother for my sister and me, and then later made by us when we learned how

Watermelon and Scallop Ceviche (AIP, SCD)

It is so hot and muggy in the Washington, DC area this time of year that I don’t want to use ANY heat for cooking – not even for just a few minutes. I’m not a food historian, but I’m guessing that is exactly why ceviche was

Thai Chicken Curry with Mushrooms and Carrots (AIP, SCD)

Don’t let the long list of ingredients required for this nightshade-free green chicken curry dissuade you from giving it a go… it’s actually quite easy to make and well worth the effort of the grocery shopping trip required! Thai basil and lemongrass The trickiest ingredients to find

Stuffed Flank Steak (AIP, SCD, Paleo)

Stuffed flank steak makes a pretty presentation and with the right savory fillings, will appeal to everyone’s palate while still meeting the restrictions of a healing diet like AIP. And your guests won’t ever suspect that it was as easy to make as it really is (nor

Classic Sweet Pickle Relish (AIP, SCD)

The alternate title to this post should be “What to do when you grow way too many pickling cucumbers in your urban garden and don’t want any more pickles!” I’ve made dill pickles, sweet pickles, spicy pickles, fermented pickles, refrigerated pickles, and canned pickles… and quite honestly,

30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP

We’ve all been there… it’s almost dinner time and you have a refrigerator full of ingredients and need them to magically turn themselves into food PRONTO. You know you need a full meal (a can of tuna fish eaten over the sink just isn’t going to cut

Quick Pickled Carrots (AIP, SCD)

Yes, you can pickle most anything and these quick pickled carrots with AIP-friendly spices prove that true! And yet, when we hear “pickle,” cucumbers are what come to mind most often and “dill” is the seasoning. But acid, salt, and spices can transform even the most mundane

Olive Oil Apple Cake with Maple Buttercream (Paleo, vegan, AIP)

This recipe for olive oil apple cake is an allergy-friendly twist on the traditional Italian cake that is usually made with orange juice and milk. Apple sauce is the key ingredient here as it acts as a binder and supplies moisture and flavor. A few of your
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