vegetables Archive

10 More Easy AIP Beet Recipes

The reasons to eat beets are many, and so are the excuses people have for not eating them regularly! We all seem to agree we should eat them, especially when you discover that they contain all the folate you need for a day plus manganese, copper, potassium,

Easy Roasted Beets (AIP, SCD)

Love em’ or hate em’, you can’t argue with the nutrient density of a beet! Use this no-mess and extra easy roasted beet method to prepare them ahead of time to eat cold in a salad or warm to add color to any meal or as an

Easy Shrimp and Asparagus Stir Fry (AIP, SCD)

Ease. Every January I pick a single to be my theme for the new year and my 2020 year is “ease.” I aim to manifest ease in my life in many ways, but the most obvious for you is going to be in the recipes that I

Smoky Kabocha “Cheese” Spread (AIP, SCD)

The best things in life often happen when you are looking for something else entirely… and this smoky “cheese” spread made from kabocha squash, bacon, and a few other key ingredients is a deliciously great example of that! Believe it or not, I was actually going for

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries (AIP, SCD)

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and that makes me smile because… Cranberries! Combine those cranberries with Brussels sprouts and roast them in the oven just long enough to get them a little bit crispy on the edges and oh mama, I’m in heaven! I know everyone

Stuffed Flounder with Root Vegetables and Greens (AIP, SCD)

Preparing fish at home does not need to be complicated or intimidating. This one-dish recipe for stuffed flounder and a variety of vegetables looks like something for a special occasion but is actually easy enough to make for a fast weeknight dinner. Plus, it utilizes the greens

King Trumpet Oyster Mushrooms with Chicken and Kale (AIP, SCD)

I didn’t set out to create this recipe; it created itself! Boneless chicken thighs, a few pieces of bacon, a bunch of kale, and some gorgeous king trumpet oyster mushrooms were all rolling around my refrigerator one day and I decided to see what turned out when

Braised Romanesco with Onions, Olives, and Raisins (AIP, SCD)

I usually just prepare romanesco like I would ordinary broccoli, but cutting it before cooking it means that I’m the only one who gets to truly appreciate its other-worldly beauty. This recipe for braised romanesco with a sweet, salty, and savory mixture of onions, olives, and raisins

Chicken & Mushroom Cabbage Rolls (AIP, SCD)

These updated chicken cabbage rolls share only two things in common with the cabbage roll made by the descendents of Eastern European immigrants and popular on potluck tables of my childhood. The cabbage. And the roll. Everything else is completely unrecognizable… and that’s a good thing! A

Pork Chop and Vegetable Sheet Pan Dinner (AIP, SCD)

I can hardly call this pork chop sheet pan dinner a “recipe” as it is little more than arranging foods on a pan and setting a timer! But I wanted to share because the truth is that this is the way most meals in my house get