AIP Recipes Archives (2024)

Paleo Flour Tortillas (AIP-friendly!)

I have always loved just about anything wrapped in a flour tortilla: burritos, soft tacos, fajitas, chicken Caesar salad wraps, etc. One of my kids’ earliest finger foods …

Cauliflower Gravy

My first attempt at a Paleo-friendly gravy was way back on my very first Thanksgiving Dinner in 2011. I used coconut flour as a thickener for a traditional pan gravy. …

Spanish Picadillo (AIP-friendly)

My mom used to make Spanish Rice when I was a kid. It was one of those great meals for stretching the dollar, especially because we all loved it. My mom basically made a …

Guest Post by Vibrant Life Army Wife – Mini Rustic Apple Pies (Autoimmune Protocol Friendly)

Kiersten is a 20 something self proclaimed nutrition nerd with a love for real food, homemade beauty care, and natural healing. She is also an army wife living in Fort Hood, TX …

Plantain and Apple Fritters

The Paleo Approach Cookbook has been on bookshelves for not quite three weeks and it’s already a National Bestseller!!!!! Woot The Paleo Approach Cookbook is currently …

Har Gow-Inspired Shrimp Balls

The Paleo Approach Cookbook has been on bookshelves for not quite two weeks and people are loving it!!! WOOT! It has even already made a Bestseller List!!!!! Don’t forget to …

Herbed Chicken Savory Crepes with Wild Mushroom “Cream” Sauce

Iwas so honored to be the US Wellness Meats’ Featured Chef for August, 2014!!!I have been a huge fan of US Wellness Meats for almost as long as I haveeaten a Paleo diet!They …

Steak and Kidney Pot Pie with Kufu

I am so honored to be the US Wellness Meats’ Featured Chef for August, 2014!!! I have been a huge fan of US Wellness Meats for almost as long as I have eaten a Paleo diet! …

Rabbit and Wild Mushroom Stew

I am so honored to be the US Wellness Meats’ Featured Chef for August, 2014!!!I have been a huge fan of US Wellness Meats for almost as long as I haveeaten a Paleo …

Garlic-Roasted Pork Shoulder

I am SO excited to share this special sneak peek preview recipe from my new book,The Paleo Approach Cookbook! I know that many of you already know what this book is about and are …

AIP Barbecue Sauce

I am SO excited to share this special sneak peek preview recipe from my new book, The Paleo Approach Cookbook! I know that many of you already know what this book is about and are …

50/50/50 Burgers

I owea debt of gratitude to Paleo Parents for the 50/50 Burger. Their original recipe, featured on their blog and in their first book Eat Like a Dinosaur(read my review here), …

Chunky No-tato Leek Soup

There are many different styles of potato leek soup, from the almost bisque like consistency of vichyssoise, to the more creamy thick pureed version most of us are familiar with (I …

Truffle Salt and Thyme Broiled Salmon with Dill Caper Sauce

This salmon is my family’s current favorite. The day a few weeks ago that I, on a whim, decided to throw a little truffle salt over our salmon fillets before broiling was …

AIP-Friendly “Spaghetti” and Meatballs

Over the past year and a half of my autoimmune protocol journey, I have frequently lamented over the fact that spaghetti and meatballs are not something I can enjoy anymore. Not …

Lemon-Tarragon Salmon

My tarragon is going crazy in a pot in my backyard, which is a good thing because I happen to love tarragon. It’s delicious with pork, chicken, fish, mushrooms, and …

Greek-Inspired Baked Chicken Breast

This simple chicken dish is quick to put together and makes a perfect mid-week meal when time in the kitchen is not the easiest thing to find. It has a …

Garlic and Lemon Roasted Cauliflower

Okay, admission time: cauliflower is not my favorite. When I make mashed cauliflower or cauliflower rice, I have to season heavily with herbs and spices (and fat!) to …

Puerto Rican-Inspired Green Plantain Mash (Mofongo)

Mofongo is a traditional fried plantain-based dish from Puerto Rico. It is typically made with fried green plantains mashed together in a wooden mortar and pestle, with broth, …

Pomegranate Molasses-Glazed Salmon

Pomegranate molasses is an ingredient used in Lebanese cooking. It is made by simmering pomegranate juice until it’s concentrated enough to have a syrup consistency. It has a …

Lemon Parsley Cauliflower “Rice”

I have to admit that I’ve never really liked rice, not unless it was drenched in the sauce from several different Chinese food dishes from an authentic restaurant. When I first …

Roasted Butternut Squash

This roasted butternut squash is so simple to prepare, it feels like cheating because it is so tasty! It gets this little bit of crisp on the outside, and sweet soft middle. And …

Rustic Bacon and Pumpkin Soup

There is something about cooler, shorter days and leaves starting to change colors that makes me want to cook and eat pumpkin. On my Facebook Page last week, I shared this primal …

Cinnamon Butternut Squash and Plantain with Apple

This simple vegetable dish is so versatile. I find myself making a version of this often (I especially enjoy it beside pork!), in part because it’s quick to put together and bakes …

Cinnamon-Braised Beef Cheek

When my local farmer offered me 25 pounds of grass-fed beef cheek for a mere $2/lb, how could I refuse! It didn’t matter that I had never cooked beef cheek before! A quick scour …

Plantain Crackers (Nut-free, Egg-free)

One of the things that many people miss when they adopt a Paleo diet is crunch, especially the slightly salty crunch of crackers. There are a number of grain-free cracker recipes …

Savory Roasted Taro

Do you miss roasted potatoes? I did, until I discovered taro. Taro is a nutrient-dense tuber native to Southeast Asia. It is considered a “safe starch” and is recommended as a …

Coconut Oil-Poached Whitefish with Asian Pear Slaw

This recipe is a variation on butter poaching, a delicious way to cook tilapia or any whitefish. The idea is to cook the fish slowly, over low heat, with a generous quantity of …

Beef Breakfast Sausage (AIP-friendly)

It can be tough to find a full autoimmune protocol friendly sausage recipe. Nightshade spices are very common, but even more so are the many seed-based spices that many people …

Basil-Avocado Baked Salmon

What better way to follow up a post on the safety of eating fish (it’s safe!), with a recipe for my favorite fish, salmon! The inspiration for this recipe came from three …

Greek-Inspired Slow-Roasted Leg of Lamb

I love lamb. And I love to roast large chunks of meat (for the ease of preparation and for the leftovers). So, leg of lamb is a fairly regular occurrence in our house. It is …

Liver Pâté

Pâté is one of my favorite ways to incorporate organ meat into my diet. I love to spread it on cucumber slices or celery. There are many different seasonings for pâté …

Ginger-Garlic Cauliflower Rice

I have to admit that I’ve never really liked rice, not unless it was drenched in the sauce from several different Chinese food dishes from an authentic restaurant. When I first …

Pan-Seared Tarragon Whitefish Fillet

I love recipes for simple meals that can be quickly thrown together mid-week with very little effort. This is one of my “go to” methods for cooking white fish, simple and quick …

Kitchen Tip: My Favorite Sides for Bunless Burgers

We are quite in the habit of eating hamburgers without buns (even a Paleo version like this recipe). Our favorite side dishes are sautéed onion and mushrooms, grilled avocado, a …

Apricot and Arugula Salad

Apricots are just coming into season and we are enjoying them! They can be hard to find the rest of the year (especially organic) and when you do, they just don’t taste the …

Ginger-Lemon Jasmine Kombucha

I have mentioned kombucha in a number of posts as a great way to consume probiotics. Kombucha is sweet tea that is fermented by a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast and can …

Shrimp and Avocado Salad

This is probably my favorite dinner salad. Something about this shrimp and avocado salad screams summer, refreshing and satisfying all at the same time. And it tastes …

Simple Cucumber Salad

This versatile salad has a simple, fresh flavor that so delicious beside just about any meat, from poached fish to grilled lamb chops. It keeps very well so it’s still tasty …

Garlic Beef Sausage

I have grown very fond of experimenting with different sausage seasonings lately. Because I am on the Autoimmune Protocol and can’t eat eggs, sausage has become my “go to” …

Paleo Pork Chow Mein

This Paleo Pork Chow Mein is another delicious Asian-inspired stir-fry. I really enjoy recreating my favorite takeout flavors in healthier form! The thinner you slice your meat …

Greensicles

My children are fairly typical in that they don’t really like vegetables all that much, especially green ones. They will eat some steamed broccoli or green beans; but really, most …

“Cream” of Broccoli Soup

This simple “Cream” of Broccoli Soup combines the health benefits of bone broth, the cruciferous broccoli with all of its vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and the good …

Simple Shrimp Feast

Have you ever looked at the whole shrimp in the seafood counter display and wondered what to do with it? It’s much, much, much cheaper per pound than shelled shrimp but those …

Honey-Candied Ginger

There is something just so delicious about the sweet potent punch of candied ginger. As a kid, I never understood the enjoyment my mother took from candied ginger. As an adult, I …

Cold Coals Mashed Sweet Potato

We use a charcoal barbecue, which I love for the flavor it adds to our food. But often, when our meal is done cooking, the barbecue is still quite hot and it feels like a waste (I …

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