Maple Sage Carrots make a quick side dish you can throw together in less than 20 minutes. Add them to just about any protein!
Tag: side dishes
So easy and so elegant! This beautiful salad sits happily next to some fish or chicken, but works well as a main dish, too, when you add a protein.
Toasty Rutabaga Mash is adapted from Irish cuisine for the AIP/Paleo. There is a touch of creaminess, some caramelized onions and fresh parsley to elevate this humble dish.
Supah Guac is a nutrient-dense version of the classic – full of other veg besides just avocado and lime!
This delicious galette is easier to make than it looks! That means if you are trying to impress anybody with your awesomeness as a cook, you can lay this baby down on the table next to a succulent meat dish, and be all smug about it.
I thought it would be interesting to poll my bloggy friends about their favorite soups. I asked, “If you could choose ONE soup from your blog that is your favorite, which would it be, and why?” Here are their answers.
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. 🙂
Apple Cinnamon Acorn Squash is a five-ingredient side dish that is tasty enough to be part of your breakfast the next day! Or lunch. Or dessert. Or whatever.
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.
These AIP Mashed Potatoes will satisfy your longing for the white fluffy stuff without the inflammation that can come with nightshades because they are made with white sweet potatoes.