Halloween Mini Meatloaves (AIP/Paleo) are a fun way to celebrate – and get more veggies in you, too! Kids can think of them as Halloween “hamburgers.”
This Chicken Schnitzel is baked, not fried! This is all thanks to a unique “breading,” which is completely AIP/Paleo.
Orange Peel Beef and Broccoli (AIP/Paleo) is super flavorful! This nutritious dish shows off with bright citrus, punchy ginger, and salty coconut aminos.
Prosciutto Chicken and Sweet Potatoes is a sheet pan recipe, not just for people on the AIP/Paleo, but for everyone! It’s easy and requires little cleanup.
Blueberry BBQ Bison Burgers (AIP/Paleo) are an interesting alternative to typical sliders. White sweet potato slices stand in as gluten free buns!
Creamy Basil Chicken Pasta is a combination of fresh basil, chicken, and asparagus with a bit of creaminess. Here, I have tossed it with some gluten free sweet potato noodles, but it works well on any kind of pasta!
This Tuna Bowl for One, a handy single serving size recipe, cooks up in five minutes once your ingredients are prepped.
Cantaloupe and prosciutto are a classic combination as an appetizer – but on a bed of arugula with a caper/oregano dressing? YUM!
Moules Mariniere (Sailor Style Mussels) are a fun way to get more fish into your diet. Traditional Moules Mariniere are steamed in wine, but adaptations have been made here for the AIP diet.
Bibimbap, which is usually rice and vegetables, is re-imagined here as an allergy-friendly version over riced plantains.