Side Dishes Archive

Broccoli and Butternut Squash Soup (AIP, SCD)

If your favorite way to eat broccoli is smothered in cheese sauce, then this recipe is for you! It is dairy free, but is a pretty good AIP-friendly representation of the cheddar broccoli soup… though much more nutrient dense. The yellow color comes from vitamin A rich

Lemongrass & Ginger Daikon Radish Salad (AIP, SCD)

A restricted diet, even one like AIP which doesn’t allow nightshades or seeds, doesn’t need to be bland… if you are creative with the foods you are able to eat! This innovative daikon radish coleslaw has a complex flavor that is equal parts refreshing, sweet, and intense.

Baked Pumpkin with Apples and Cranberries (AIP, SCD)

These precious little sugar pumpkins are irresistibly cute, and tasty too! Stuffed with apples and dried cranberries, they are a trifecta of autumnal flavors packaged into one and seasoned with a bit of bacon. A cross between a dessert and a savory side dish, they would be

Kabocha Squash Fries (AIP, SCD)

No, these kabocha squash fries aren’t really fried, but trust me when I tell you that you’ll love them anyway. If you ask me, the crown jewel of the winter squashes is the brilliant orange fleshed kabocha squash with an edible green peel, especially when cut into

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.

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,

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

Grilled Asparagus with Lemon Herb Sauce (AIP, SCD)

Grilling over high heat is one of the very best ways to prepare asparagus because you can get a nice char and smokiness, while still keeping it tender. But I always found it tricky because the spears would get caught in between the grates of my electric

Garlic Scape Salt (Low-FODMAP, AIP, SCD)

Garlic scapes taste just like garlic cloves, but are low-FODMAP! That’s right! Just like the green parts of green onions, these curiosities don’t contain the pesky fructans that give so many people digestive difficulties when they eat regular garlic and onions. They are extremely seasonal, with the

Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia from The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple

Are you on the Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) and missing the joy of dipping a fragrant piece of bread into a bit of olive oil or bowl of soup? It is a simple pleasure that you may think is relegated only to fantasy if you are on
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