AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Holiday Appetizer Platter

  Instead of laboring over a cooked appetizer for your next holiday gathering, why not try a holiday appetizer board, AIP-style? With a mix of charcuterie, fresh and dried fruits, as well as some ferments, an appetizer board is a ...

Chicken Liver Mousse

  If you’ve been following my story here on the blog or elsewhere on social media you likely know that I’ve never been (and still am not!) a big fan of the taste of liver. I’ve long struggled with anemia ...

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

  Asparagus is my favorite vegetable. Not just because its tart, earthy taste pairs well with just about everything – lemon and bacon are fairly traditional toppings but I’ve also served mine with sweet honey-orange sauce or even date paste ...

Smoked Salmon Flatbread

  Happy New Year, everyone! This month I’m sharing a recipe from my brand new ebook Enthused! My goal with Enthused was to provide the AIP community with a comprehensive resource of recipes that will both take you out of your kitchen ...

Meatballs with Cherry Sauce

  This past summer close friends of ours from Belgium came to visit. We all used to live in Sierra Leone (a West African country) together and they were an incredible (and I do mean to use the word incredible) ...

BBQ Chicken Meatballs

These meatballs are actually inspired by the gluten-free BBQ Chicken Pizza at California Pizza Kitchen, which was always one of my favorite all-time pizzas. Take the toppings of that pizza – chicken, cilantro, red onion, and BBQ sauce – and combine ...

Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Hummus

  Having been vegan for nearly a decade, I really missed hummus when I started the Autoimmune Protocol. It had been one of those cheap, easy, and delicious staples in my diet, and it only occurred to me recently that ...

Holiday Stuffed Mushroom Appetizer

  If you’re looking for a yummy appetizer to add to your menus over the coming holiday season, I’ve got one for you! I love stuffed mushrooms for their elegant look. They are relatively easy to prepare, but they look ...