This AIP Pie Crust is as close as I could come to the crust I remember growing up. Crust is tricky anyway without being AIP, and this one is no different. It is, however, quite forgiving. If it breaks, just mush it back together!
Author: Wendi's AIP Kitchen
Delicata squash is the perfect support for flavorful lamb and an intense blackberry balsamic sauce. It is easy to make, and definitely company worthy!
Braised Pork Ribs with Parsnip Apple Mash screams autumn, but you could enjoy it any time of year because these flavors are best friends. Recipe includes instructions for slow cooker or pressure cooker.
This is it. I have truly gone over the edge. But I can’t help it! I get a kick out of being creative with food, and having a bit of Halloween fun makes me happy. 🎃 I share this with you purely for the fun of it. These two recipes […]
These Banana Blueberry Muffins prove that baking on the AIP is not impossible! With the right ingredients, it’s (almost) easy.
AIP Hamburger Stroganoff is just like you remember, only without the inflammatory ingredients of the traditional dish. It is warm, comforting and filling.
This Margarita Chicken tastes like you dunked a nugget in your maragarita. A little sweet, a little salty, a little lime-y – and tasty!
AIP Black Forest Cake is an allergy friendly version of the classic – gluten free, dairy free, egg free – all the frees!
Garlic Rosemary Taro Fries are the perfect substitute for regular fries made from potatoes. If you are among the many people sensitive to potatoes and other nightshades, these will be a pleasant surprise.
Orange Peel Chicken Over Cauliflower Steaks is an AIP/Paleo version of a popular dish at a chain restaurant that rhymes with BFShangs. Not only is it delicious, it gets on the table in only thirty minutes!