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Butternut Breakfast Soup

  I love having soup for breakfast — it is everything I look for in the perfect morning meal. First and foremost, it provides optimal nutrition to start the day — high-quality protein, vegetables (esp. greens!), and a good dose ...

Maple Sage Breakfast Patties

  Here is a new addition to my collection of breakfast patties — see my Italian-Spiced 50/50 Sausages and Three-Herb Beef Patties elsewhere on the blog! I think you will thoroughly enjoy the flavor stars in this one, maple and sage, ...

Black Olive and Oregano Breakfast Sausage

  I think I’ve said it before, but one of my pre-AIP favorites was pizza (especially, Hawaiian pizza, but pizza in general). I come by this honestly . . . one of my first high school jobs was at a ...

Squashbrowns

When you read the title of this recipe, you probably say “squash browns” in your head. I promise it’s a lot more fun if you pronounce it like hashbrowns. “Skw-ash-browns”, with a hard, short a. See, wasn’t that more fun? ...

Moroccan-Inspired Breakfast Skillet

  One of the most basic Autoimmune Protocol meals is simply meat and compliant vegetables cooked together. Throughout the last five or so years of eating this way, I’ve come up with dozens, if not hundreds, of combinations (you can ...

Kedgeree

  Kedgeree is an old Anglo-Indian breakfast dish that was brought over to the Victorians in the days of the Raj. You will find several versions, some use spices whilst others do not. It all depends on whether you feel its roots ...