AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Green Thai Curry Paste

This AIP Thai Green Curry Paste is a great way to boost the flavor of meat, seafood, veggies or soup. This vibrant green dish is full of anti-inflammatory ingredients which means it not only tastes good but it’s also good ...

Peach-Glazed Chicken

Do you ever get anxious for the tastes of summer? The season is usually hot, humid, and unbearable where I live, but the produce at that time of year! Oh myyyyy… We are fortunate to get fresh peaches that would ...

AIP Beet Hummus

Most of the time when I’m cooking, I’m only about 50% sure I know how it’s going to turn out. When I tested this beet hummus recipe, I was thinking it was going to taste like some weird beet-like mush. ...

Probiotic Spinach Artichoke Dip

  Since corn is avoided in the elimination phase of the Autoimmune Protocol, it can be hard to get a source of artichoke hearts (commercially jarred or canned varieties use corn in the form of citric acid as a preservative). That ...

Dandelion Pesto

If I had to pick my favorite wild plant that is readily available in a grocery store produce section, it would be dandelion greens. Yes, the weed most of us yank out of our gardens! Wild plants like dandelion greens ...

Grilled Peaches with Basil Aioli

  There are very few things I appreciate about summer in the south (hello, heat and humidity!), but summer peaches? Oh, how I love them! They are fragrant, juicy, not too sweet, and not too tart — basically the perfect ...

Toum Lebanese Emulsified Garlic Sauce

  Are you a dip person? I am. If I could have some sort of dipping sauce with every meal and even more specifically an aioli, I would. Eating AIP-friendly has its challenges but that doesn’t mean you have to ...

Green Chicken Zoodle Bowl

  Using a spiralizer to make “zoodles” is a great way to create more surface area and try some new textures when cooking for the Autoimmune Protocol. This flavorful dish comes together in less than 30 minutes and is a ...