You don’t have to give up the fun of Onion Dip and chips while observing an AIP/Paleo diet. A few adjustments can make it possible once again!
Roasted Beef Bone Broth is a recipe everyone should have in their back pocket. It is deliciously rich, and makes other recipes that much better!
Spiced Pomegranate Wassail is a warm, non-alcoholic drink similar to hot apple cider. Perfect for people who can’t have hot chocolate or egg nog!
Pumpkin Spice Granola (AIP/Paleo) is crunchy, sweet-ish, and contains just the right amount of autumnal spices. Serve with your choice of “milk” or yogurt.
The flours we use on the AIP diet can be confusing and unfamiliar when you’re a newbie. Here’s an explanation!
These fat tortillas are bendy, chewy, and gluten free!
Supah Guac is a nutrient-dense version of the classic – full of other veg besides just avocado and lime!
This Spaghetti Sauce has NO TOMATOES in it – or peppers, or nightshades of any kind – but it is rich and tastes just like the original!
Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Bars, though not a substitute for a full breakfast of protein and veggies, are perfect for a quick hit of energy. OK, they’re also nice for a little treat. 🙂
Peach Vanilla Faux-gurt is a dairy free option to yogurt. With fresh summer peaches, it is so delicious that you can eat it as a dessert!