AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Crispy Cilantro Roasted Brussels

This is a delightful, easy way to cook one of my favorite Brassica family vegetables – Brussels sprouts! This recipe is a perfect reminder that cooking allergen-free does not need to be complicated or difficult. Batch-cook these roasted Brussels as your ...

Blistered Garlic Scapes

The farmers markets are just getting in to full swing in my neck of the woods; one of the farmers I work with recently told me that many people who come in their booth have no idea what to do ...

Tangy Party Guac

With summer upon us (at least in the Northern hemisphere!), I wanted to share a guacamole variation that is keeps remarkably well and is perfect to take to a BBQ or party. This recipe makes a lot (feel free to ...

Parsnip-Leek Soup

Simple blended root vegetable soups help me make it though the winter months, and I often enjoy them for breakfast or as a base for leftover protein, like shredded chicken or meatballs. This parsnip-leek soup freezes wonderfully and is a ...

Stir Fried Garlic Broccoli

Are you ready for a super flavorful and quick AIP side dish? Yes?! Then you must try this AIP Stir Fried Garlic Broccoli.   Is Broccoli AIP friendly? Yes. Broccoli is a Cruciferous vegetable and allowed during the elimination stage ...

Sage Butternut Squash with Pork Belly and Shallots

I’ve been testing this butternut squash recipe out on friends for a few months now and everyone is raving, so I thought it was high time I got it up on the Autoimmune Wellness site. The flavors are incredible together ...

Creamy Broccoli Slaw

When the weather warms up I am a big fan of salads with tons of raw veggies. This broccoli slaw is one of my favorite ways to prepare raw broccoli with a tangy and probiotic-rich coconut-yogurt-based dressing. In just a ...

Coconut Creamed Greens

This AIP Coconut Creamed Greens recipe is a hearty and rich side for any special occasion or holiday meal. Its a twist on creamed spinach which you find around the holidays. This version uses a mix of hardy greens rather ...