AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Taco Beef and Butternut Rice with Cilantro “Sour Cream”

  I wanted to get this recipe out for AIP Taco Beef and Butternut Rice with Cilantro “Sour Cream” before Cinco de Mayo celebrations begin in early May! Mexican or Latin American food may seem nearly impossible on AIP without ...

No Taters Casserole

  Last March I brought you guys a casserole “remake” that according to feedback has been a welcome hit in your homes. It was this Tuna Cauli Casserole. I like casseroles,‘cause they’re easy, comforting, and delish! And I think you ...

Simple AIP Mediterranean Bowls

  The cuisine of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea is phenomenal! These 21 countries have some common base ingredients, but with cultures that are European, Middle Eastern, and North African, the variety is seemingly endless. I’ve been lucky enough to ...

Herbed Beef Stew with Carrots and Celeriac

When I picked up an Instant Pot, my cooking routine changed forever — long gone were the afternoons of spending hours “checking in” with a slowly simmering pot of stew on the stovetop. Now I can execute a fully tender, nourishing ...

Summer Beef Stew with Chilled Thyme Pesto

I don’t mind hot foods during the summer, but in many people’s minds, summer and stew don’t go together. There is actually something to eating hot foods on hot days. I know many Africans who not only eat hot foods ...

Lamb Meatballs in Roasted Root Sauce

  Everyone loves meatballs, am I right? Well, this recipe is a firm favorite in our house because it is so full of flavor and, it goes without saying, nutrient-rich as well. I much prefer using lamb — it is ...

Loaded Baked Sweet Potato with Bacon Guac and Lime-Coconut Cream

  Try this AIP and Mexican-inspired take on a loaded baked potato and I promise you won’t even miss the real deal! I’ve topped these beauties with taco meat, bacon guac, and lime coconut-cream — a combination that is sure ...

Beef Stew with Anchovies and Kale

  I recently came across some Mexican oregano which I am loving. It actually isn’t oregano at all, but a North American herb with slightly more intense flavors that are reminiscent of thyme, sage and mint, as well as oregano. ...