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Spiced English Pear Trifle

  You could divide the English nation over the subject of the trifle. Whether or not to add jelly (that’s jello to my North American friends) to be more specific. A poll in the Guardian newspaper some time ago found ...

Vanilla Energy Bites

  This is a spinoff of a fan-favorite recipe in The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook — Fig Energy Bites! Here, I use dried apples and apricots instead of figs and fresh vanilla seeds and lemon to switch out the flavor profile. Yes, ...

Pina Colada Candies

  Pineapple and coconut go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s one of those combinations that sounds too simple to be phenomenal, but when those flavors hit your tastebuds… it just feels right. Virgin pina coladas were one of ...

Twice-Baked Butternut Squash

  Winter squash was never one of my favorite vegetables. Even the fall favorite, pumpkin, just didn’t do it for me. Pie, puree, latte, I just wasn’t having it. But when you embrace a whole-foods diet like the autoimmune protocol, ...

Cranberry Crumble Bars

  Looking for a crowd-pleasing, seasonal dessert to share with family and friends this holiday season? I’ve got you covered! Although I’m not a huge sweet treat person, I miss the crumble bars of my days before food allergies. I ...

What’s In, What’s Out On AIP? Answers To Tricky Foods

  Are there any foods that make you go “hmmm” while following the AIP? I decided it was time to start compiling answers to these often confusing foods all in one place. Read on to get all the deets on ...