AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Spiced Butternut Wedges with Avocado Lime Mayo

  ‘ Now that we’ve reached October, the oven’s back on and I want to roast vegetables. Butternut squash has to be one of my favorite roasties and when they’re covered in spices they’re even more satisfying. My boy has ...

Cauliflower Gnocchi

If you are as obsessed with Trader Joe’s as I am then you probably know that they can’t keep their cauliflower gnocchi in stock. (Heads up for elimination phase folks: Trader Joe’s version contains potato starch, so they’re a #reintro.) ...

Beet and Blueberry Chop Salad

  Chop salads aren’t really a new thing. They’ve been a trend for at least five years now, but I love them (and I don’t give two shakes about food fads anyway, I do what I like by golly… you ...

Vietnamese Shredded Chicken Salad

  We’ve been eating this AIP chicken salad a lot lately and it never fails to get the thumbs up. It’s healthy, refreshing and, with its tart dressing, full of flavor. You’re going to love this too. Chicken thighs are ...

Lemon Scented Roasted Vegetables with a Lemon Vinaigrette

  As if AIP roasted vegetables weren’t satisfying enough, add asparagus and radishes to the tray, toss them in some lemon — zest as well as juice — and you’ll be in heaven. Cauli rice with roasted veggies is nothing ...

Savory Summer Tart

  I love an AIP tart! Sweet ones are, of course, delish, but I’m actually a bigger fan of savory. Savory tarts are so versatile, both in terms of what can go in and when they can be served. There’s ...

Roasted Cabbage Wedges

Cabbage has never been one of my favorite vegetables. I know, it’s basically sacrilege for a southerner to not like coleslaw. But it often has a rubbery texture and bitter taste that can be off-putting even to people who aren’t ...

Garlic and Lemon Wilted Chard

  So, I have to admit that this “recipe” doesn’t feel very recipe-ish to me. Wilting swiss chard seems like cheating to me or too easy, but recently I shared my undying love for chard as my breakfast green of ...