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Appetizers Recipes

Gluten-Free Garlic Herb Crackers (AIP)

Your search for delicious and easy gluten-free and AIP crackers ends here! These garlic herb crackers are the real deal… crisp and crunchy with a hint of olive oil flavor on top of the rosemary and thyme that gives them plenty of interesting taste. I created them to be a vehicle for my favorite liver […]

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Book Reviews My Thoughts Recipes Side Dishes

Cheesy Taters & Bacon from AIP Sheet Pan Recipes

You can stop right there because you had me at “cheesy”! Add taters and bacon, and the fact that this AIP recipe is made on a sheet pan… well, I’m in hog heaven! It’s from a new cookbook called AIP Sheet Pan Recipes,¬†created by Samantha Teague, a professional chef and expert at making the paleo […]

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Recipes Side Dishes

Creamy Parsnip Puree (AIP, low-FODMAP, Paleo)

Raise your hand if you are following AIP and you miss creamy, starchy mashed potatoes. If you hand is up, put it down right now and use it to scroll down for a dairy free parsnip puree recipe that will scratch that itch… and as a bonus, it is super easy and fast to make […]

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Beef Main Dishes Recipes

Japchae – Korean Stir Fried Glass Noodles (Paleo, AIP)

Though we associate this Korean dish with its signature sweet potato starch glass noodles, the name japchae actually translates as “mixed vegetables,” which makes it all the more perfect for healing diets like the Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP)! I’d been playing around with the flavors for this elimination phase compliant version of the dish for […]

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Breakfast Recipes Treats

Tigernut Flour: 25+ Favorite AIP Recipes

What is a “tigernut” and why is it allowed on AIP? Tigernuts win the prize for having both the most interesting and misleading name I have ever encountered. They have nothing to do with tigers or any part of their anatomy, nor are they nuts at all. They are actually very small root vegetables that […]

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Appetizers Book Reviews Breakfast My Thoughts Recipes

Tostones (Fried Green Plantains) from Freezer Cooking for the Paleo AIP

Tostones, or twice-fried green plantains, are an AIP breakfast staple for me. Cheap, easy, and delicious – what’s not to love? Well, the fact that they take a little bit of time is one! You have to peel, cut, heat oil, cook pieces on all sides, remove from hot oil, smash, return to hot oil, […]

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Beef Main Dishes

Easy Paleo Beef Stroganoff (AIP)

Long before I adopted a grain and dairy free diet, I fell in love with beef stroganoff and tinkered with a recipe until I had a foolproof method for making a single skillet version of it that was quick and easy for weeknight meals. Only recently, with the discovery of sweet potato noodles in the […]

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Recipes Treats

Apple Crumble (AIP, Paleo)

Whether you call it it a crumble or a crisp or “lazy person’s version of apple pie,” you are sure to love this allergy friendly AIP apple crumble and be proud to serve it to anyone, regardless of their dietary restrictions… or lack of! It started out as an experiment that I didn’t really intend […]

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Appetizers Book Reviews My Thoughts Recipes Side Dishes

Sweet Potato Bacon Tots from The Paleo Kids Cookbook

I can’t think of any more quintessentially American kid food than the “tater tot”; unfortunately the store bought ones are usually made with ingredients that are at best¬†not health-promoting and at worst, downright disgusting and off limits for kids with allergies and food sensitivities. But with this recipe for sweet potato bacon tots, kids of […]

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Chicken Main Dishes Recipes

Paleo Chicken Pot Pie (AIP)

Chicken pot pie is the quintessential American comfort food, but a version that is compatible with the requirements of the autoimmune paleo protocol (AIP) but still had a creamy filling and delicate biscuit topping seemed like an impossible feat. That’s why when I had my first taste test bite of this new recipe, I did a […]