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28 AIP Chicken Wings Recipes For Your Next Game Night

Louise Hendon | January 19

Whether you like to enjoy chicken wings for a weeknight dinner, as a party appetizer or for a game night snack, you’ll always want to make sure they’re extra tasty. And your AIP diet shouldn’t get in the way!

Although you may want to avoid spicy ingredients, there are still plenty of ways to make your chicken wings the best your guests have ever tasted. That’s where this recipe collection will help you – it includes all of my favorite AIP chicken wings recipes, and there are various options that will please even the most demanding taste buds.

What I love about chicken wings is that it’s so easy to prepare more than one kind, without too much effort. Usually, I fix two recipes at once, so that everyone can choose what they like (or, just enjoy both!)

Do you prefer BBQ flavors over garlic and herbs? Perhaps teriyaki or lemon ginger are more to your liking? You’ll find them all, on this list.

You may not need your napkin, as I’m pretty sure you’ll just want to lick your fingers clean!

Whatever recipe turns out your favorite, in the end it’s all about the crispiness – right? And that’s easy to achieve with a few simple tricks.

Check out this 1-minute video to see how you can make crispy chicken wings! (Please note: You should omit hot sauce and pepper from the ingredients, if you’d like to make this recipe AIP-friendly.)

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AIP Carnivore Diet – 22 Recipes ANYONE Will Love

Louise Hendon | December 21

You may have heard of a carnivore diet, and how it has affected people who’ve tried it. I’m going to leave it up to you whether you want to go meat-only for a while, but if you do, this recipe collection is going to make it super easy for you!

We all love a good steak, but that’s not the only thing you can eat on a carnivore diet. It can seem a bit daunting to put together a week’s worth of dinners (let alone, a month) that consist of only meats, but it’s easier than you think!

This recipe list includes all my favorite AIP carnivore diet recipes – and you won’t need a lot of experience to whip these up. The best part is, the ingredients are simple and easy to find – not to mention crazy delicious.

If a carnivore diet is not for you, that’s ok. You’ll still enjoy these meals and I bet your family is going to vote more than one of these as their favorite!

Here’s What To Start With:

  • Bacon-Wrapped Salmon – This dish is blue-ribbon-worthy! Make it for your special dinner guests, or simply as a weeknight meal because it’s super easy. If you’re preparing the filets from a whole salmon, don’t forget to save the bones for…
  • Fish-Bone Broth – A great way to increase the nutrients in your body is to drink bone broth. You can also use this to boost up the flavor in your meat dishes.
  • Slow cooker Bacon and Chicken – When you don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen, just throw your ingredients in the crockpot and let it do all the hard work for you.

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40 AIP Bacon Recipes You Can’t Live Without

Louise Hendon | November 26

Bacon often gets a bad rap…which is a shame, because it’s a great and versatile ingredient that not only tastes good but is easy to cook, as well. While the AIP world may calm you down on the saturated fat and cholesterol issues, there are some other issues with bacon you should be aware of on AIP. Follow these 3 tips to make sure the product you are choosing is AIP-friendly!

5 Tips For Buying AIP Bacon (PLUS where to buy it)

  1. Watch out for nightshades.
    Some bacon (and deli meats) contain nightshades in the form of spices (like pepper, paprika). So always read the ingredients list to double check.
  2. Watch out for preservatives and additives.
    Most brands of bacon contain additives like sodium phosphates, sodium erythorbate, or sodium ascorbate. While these are considered “safe” for consumption by the FDA, for strict AIP, you’ll want to avoid them.
  3. Go for bacon that uses natural forms of nitrates/nitrites like celery juice.
    What are nitrates and nitrites?
    This is one of the most common reasons that many AIP folks worry about their bacon consumption. Nitrates and nitrites are basically preservatives and they can be artificial (cured) or natural (in the form of sea salt or celery juice, most commonly) (uncured). However, whether artificial or natural, it’s the same thing, but if you want to be extra careful, then go for bacon that uses natural forms like celery juice.
  4. Go for bacon that’s free from added antibiotics and hormones and from pigs raised in a humane manner.
    This is the critique that carries the most weight. Most of the varieties you buy in your local supermarket comes from hogs that were raised in conditions that would make you shudder, and they were likely fed an abundance of grains and soy (and who knows what else) and were injected frequently with antibiotics and hormones. Unlike cows, pigs don’t eat just grass, but neither should they be raised on the food that they’re fed in most factory farms.
  5. Go for bacon that’s dextrose-free.
    Most varieties found in grocery stores contain added sugar (often in the form of dextrose), but you can find brands that are cured with honey or maple syrup instead, and these are allowed on AIP.

Where To Buy AIP Bacon

Ideally, you want to find bacon that only contains the following ingredients – pork, water, salt, celery juice and other AIP seasoning. In the US, there are 3 websites to buy AIP bacon:

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36 Free And Fantastic AIP Butternut Squash Recipes

Louise Hendon | November 11

Butternut squash is easily available in most parts of the world, and its mild and sweet flavor has made it one of my personal favorites. It’s perfect for anyone on AIP because it contains plenty of nutrients, like Vitamin A and C, potassium and magnesium.

In theory, also the hard skin of the squash is edible. But the flavor is bitter and we all know how difficult it is to peel, right? If you’d prefer cooking your butternut squash without cutting it, we have great tips for you here.

Sometimes butternut squash is referred to as the winter squash. This name can be misleading since butternut squash is harvested in early fall.

They’re called winter squash because they can be stored for months in a cool and dark place (which is great, if you happen to have a cellar at your house!)

In Latin America, squash is commonly made into candy. While we are not sharing a butternut squash candy recipe here, we’ve included several dessert recipes that have turned this yummy veggie into even yummier treats!

It’s hard to pick a favorite but I bet you are going to fall in love with all the cakes – and definitely the persimmon dessert cups!

For breakfast, I would recommend trying one of the hash recipes. Or perhaps you’re more interested in a nice breakfast soup?

Besides breakfast, we’ve included several delicious butternut squash soup recipes that are easy to make for lunch or dinner. I always make a little extra because, in my opinion, the leftover soup tastes even better the next day!

Butternut squash can also be turned into tasty “rice” or noodles. Try the “mac and cheese” that contains no dairy, or go straight for the lasagna!

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34 AIP Zucchini Recipes You Won’t Be Able To Resist

Louise Hendon | October 26

Zucchini is much more versatile than most people realize. I often see people making zucchini salads, or adding it to their vegetable patties. However, you can make almost anything from this wonder veggie.

Zucchinis make a great gluten-free alternative for regular pasta, and making lasagna from them guarantees you a super moist result. (If you’re interested in even more pasta alternatives that are AIP-friendly, we’ve got a full collection for you here.)

This inexpensive vegetable is available year ’round in most places, and its anti-inflammatory components, such as Vitamins C and A, make zucchini the perfect ingredient for anyone on an AIP diet. It has a subtle flavor – juicy, and not too overpowering. If you have a picky eater in your house, try serving crunchy zucchini fries and I bet they will ask for seconds!

Zucchini contains a lot of water, as well as fiber. If you are experiencing digestion issues, you might benefit from adding more zucchini in your diet. And that’s where this recipe collection comes in handy.

No-one likes to eat the same vegetable, cooked in the same way, over and over again. Everyone should be able to enjoy delicious meals and desserts, even if they are on a special diet.

Yes – I said desserts! It may sound strange but zucchini is actually one of my favorite dessert ingredients. It gives bread, muffins, and smoothies just the right kind of texture and adds more moisture.

Don’t know where to get started? Here are a few tips:
* For dinner – try the zucchini and beef casserole with carrot and beef sauce
* For breakfast – make a creamy zucchini blueberry smoothie
* For lunch – enjoy some roasted garlic zucchini hummus
* For dessert – you can’t miss with lemon zucchini bread!

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AIP Roasted Bone Marrow Recipe

Louise Hendon | October 16

There are lots of readers that may be turned off by the idea of eating roasted bone marrow, but hear me out. Bone marrow has been a popular ingredient for ages, and many cultures have found the insides of beef bones to be a delicacy. Today, roasted bone marrow is a rich appetizer served in some of the most elegant of restaurants.

While it may be a symbol of extravagance, the truth is making roasted bone marrow at home is not that complicated. What seems like it should take a long time and a skilled hand is actually a pretty straightforward process. This AIP roasted bone marrow recipe will walk you through the simple steps, and you will be snacking on the rich flavor in no time.

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35 Easy And Appetizing AIP Tuna Recipes For Busy Cooks

Louise Hendon | October 16

Did you know the yellowfin tuna is a super fast swimmer that can reach a speed of 47mph? I just learned that recently as I was searching for a tuna recipe I could make quickly.

There are tons of easy tuna recipes available out there, but it’s not always easy to find ones that are AIP-friendly. Tuna is a great ingredient for fast and easy meals, but many tuna recipes use nightshades or spices that you have to avoid on AIP.

That’s why I’ve put together this list of AIP tuna recipes so you don’t have to worry about which one to try.
The only problem you may run into is which one of these to try first!

3 Reasons Why You Should Try These AIP Tuna Recipes

1. Tuna, especially canned tuna, is inexpensive and therefore a great choice for budget-friendly cooking. It’s easily available almost anywhere in the world.

2. Tuna is an easy way to add more fish to your diet, even if you’re not a fan of fish recipes. The flavor is mild, and not overpowering – which can be the case with other kinds of fish.

3. Tuna is packed with nutrients, for example:

  • Omega 3s and potassium – great for brain and heart health
  • Vitamin D – great for your bones and arteries
  • Selenium, manganese, and zinc

Tuna casserole, as well as various tuna salads, are staples in many homes but when you’re on AIP you need to make sure you’re only using safe ingredients. We’ve included several delicious tuna salads in this collection; also mayo-free and nut-free to help you stay fully AIP-compliant.

Tuna fish cakes are my favorite, as well as the casseroles as these can be made from canned tuna. But if you can get your hands on fresh, quality tuna there is nothing that beats a nice, juicy tuna steak!

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(Download) AIP Breakfast Cookbook

Marisa | October 14

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36 AIP Chip Recipes That Will Make You Forget Potato Chips Exist

Louise | October 5

Granted – being on an AIP diet can be a challenge sometimes. But you don’t see me struggling when I’m stuffing my face with these incredibly crunchy AIP chip recipes!

You may not be able to enjoy the store-bought potato chips that used to be your favorite. And why should you? We’ve got 3 dozen super delicious and healthy alternatives for you.

Everything from seasoned kale chips to cinnamon-flavored banana chips, to coconut, or apple chips are on this list. Nope, you won’t be struggling with your diet – the major struggle is trying to figure out which one of these to make first.

I bet you never would have thought of snacks like baked cucumber chips, or Brussels sprouts chips. Just be careful since they can both be extremely addictive – don’t say I didn’t warn you!

What I love about these AIP chips is that they’re more than just snacks. Sure, you’ll probably want to devour them as they are, but there are many ways to enjoy them:
– Coconut chips are perfect for decorating baked AIP treats – or dairy-free ice cream!
– Sprinkle some crispy kale chips on top of your lunch dish for an extra crunch.
– Mix banana and apple chips with AIP-friendly coconut yogurt for a yummy breakfast.
– Serve seasoned chips as a side dish, with your favorite entree.
– In a pinch, a bag of homemade AIP chips can work as a quick lunch on a busy workday.
– Whip up a tasty dip and serve the chips as a game night snack.

While a food dehydrator can be really handy when making vegetable chips, you won’t have to buy one just to make these. Cooking the chips in a low-temperature oven for a longer period of time will do the trick.

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30 AIP Kebabs That Will Make Your Next BBQ a Success

Louise | September 11

I am so thrilled to show you all these amazing kebabs recipes that your AIP diet has been missing! Finally, you can take it easy and put together a BBQ menu without having to worry about your diet getting messed up.

Whether you love lamb, pork, shrimp or scallops, there is a perfect option for you on this list. My guess is you’re going to have a hard time deciding, so why not make a batch of each and throw a massive party! (That’s what I’m gonna do!)

Besides the more common meats, we’ve also included special recipes for offal, such as beef heart and chicken liver kebabs!

Now, don’t fret even if you’ve never cooked organ meats before. They are delicious when grilled, and they’re packed with vitamins and minerals, with numerous health benefits.

Start with the chicken livers and hearts that have a subtle flavor, and your picky eaters won’t even realize they’re eating organ meats.

How To Make Sure Your AIP Kebabs Turn Out Perfect- Use stainless steel skewers, or soak your wooden skewers in water for about half an hour before using them.- Cut the ingredients into uniform pieces so that they cook evenly.- For each skewer, choose ingredients that have similar cooking times (i.e. pieces of beef take much longer to cook than slices of zucchini).- Skip the store-bought barbecue sauces and spice mixes unless you are 100% sure they are AIP-friendly.

These AIP kebab recipes will bring you flavors from all over the world – Puerto Rico, Greece, and the Middle East, to name a few places. Of course, if you’d rather “stay home” there is definitely something for everyone on the list.

There are plenty of options so that you can make every family member their favorite – or maybe you’d like to mix and match, to let everyone try something new?

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37 AIP Grilling Recipes You’ll Want To Make All Year Long

Louise | September 6

Being on AIP diet is a great excuse to throw a BBQ party! There are plenty of grilled dishes that are perfect for this diet, as long as you keep a few simple things in mind.

To help you plan for your next backyard feast, we are presenting our favorite AIP grilling recipes for you to try. There are so many options you’re going to have a hard time deciding on your menu!

Chicken is always a safe option that both, kids and grandparents enjoy. Why not try AIP-friendly grilled drumsticks, or maybe you’d rather have the scrumptious garlic & artichoke stuffed chicken?

My favorites on this list are the organ meat recipes! Organ meats (or offal) seem to be overlooked these days, which is a shame.

People tend to think they’re not very tasty, but when you cook them right you’re going to end up with a mouthwatering meal. Grilling and organ meats go together really well – that’s why we’ve included some AIP barbecue recipes made of liver, heart, and tongue.

Why You Should Incorporate Organ Meats In Your Diet* Organ meats are nutritious with plenty of B-vitamins, magnesium, iron and zinc* They are often cheaper then other cuts of meat* Organ meats are a great source of protein* When you eat offal you are helping reduce food waste

What is a BBQ without a great BBQ sauce? Unfortunately most store-bought BBQ sauces are not good for your AIP diet.

You’ll find several easy-to-make barbecue sauce recipes on our list, each one tastier than the other. And you won’t have to worry about any ingredients that might cause trouble with your diet, since these are carefully thought out and nightshade-free!

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29 AIP Cabbage Recipes You Should Try This Season

Louise | September 5

There are many reasons why cabbage has been such a popular meal ingredient all over the world for centuries.

It’s rich in fiber, which makes it healthy and filling, and it can help improve digestion. Cabbage is filled with vitamins and nutrients, such as vitamin K, vitamin C, manganese, copper and folate.

Cabbage is the perfect option when you’re looking for a tasty, AIP-friendly main or side dish ingredient. You’ll also find it available throughout the year in most places, so it’s very inexpensive and a great choice when you’re cooking for a crowd.

Cabbage is often mentioned as one of the staple ingredients of Southern cuisine. Your AIP diet shouldn’t stop you from enjoying those traditional flavors!

Although cabbage loves bacon, we’ve also included completely vegan cabbage side dish options for you to try. Both, common, and slightly unexpected spices like ginger, garlic, turmeric and even cardamom will help you amp up these AIP cabbage recipes like never before!

3 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Cabbage on Your AIP Diet* Short on time? No cooking needed when you’re making a tasty AIP coleslaw.* Feeling lazy? Whip up a quick stir-fry or a cabbage and avocado salad for lunch.* Looking for a tasty family meal? Try Irish colcannon or mouthwatering pork and cabbage stew.

Experiment with different kinds of cabbage to find your favorite! Red cabbage makes a beautiful presentation – however, nothing says “comfort food” like stuffed cabbage rolls made of green cabbage, if you ask me. And they are nightshade-free!

To make things even easier, bring out your crockpot and try slow cooking your cabbage dishes. It’s the perfect way to cook this vegetable and will give you such flavorful results, you’ll want to have cabbage for dinner every other day.

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36 Super Nutritious AIP Kale Recipes You Shouldn’t Miss

Louise | August 16

Eating more kale is an inexpensive way to incorporate various nutrients in your diet. It is a super versatile ingredient that can be used in all kinds of dishes!

On this list of anti-inflammatory kale recipes you’ll find kale smoothies, kale salads, breakfast dishes with kale, soups and stews – you name it! And all of these recipes are AIP-friendly so you won’t have to worry about ruining your diet.

Kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can find. There are plenty of health benefits you get from eating kale on a regular basis – here are a few, for starters:

  • vitamin A is great for your skin and immunity
  • vitamin C can help prevent and treat the common cold
  • vitamin K is good for your bones (combined with the calcium in kale it helps prevent osteoporosis)
  • manganese helps control the level of sugar in your blood
  • iron boosts your hemoglobin formation (which is important especially for women)
  • kale is very low in fat, but the fat it contains are largely omega-3 fats, so it has anti-inflammatory effects

There are so many ways to cook kale that it’s practically impossible to get bored of it! Boiling kale will diminish some of its nutrients, but you’ll still get plenty of vitamins. However, if you’d like to make sure you get the most health benefits, you can try microwaving, stir-frying or steaming your kale.

Our list of AIP kale recipes includes something for every meal – I bet you can’t wait to try:

  • AIP Kale snacks recipes – Crunchy and flavorful kale chips are a great anti-inflammatory alternative to your old, unhealthy movie night snacks.
  • AIP Kale breakfast recipes – Smoothies, breakfast skillets, kale hash… Such tasty ways to start your day!
  • AIP Kale dinner recipes – You can’t beat an AIP-friendly, comforting kale casserole!
  • AIP Kale lunch recipes – Why not try a delicious and nutritious AIP kale salad for your next lunch?

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(Public 02) AIP Breakfast Cookbook ($14.99)

Louise Hendon | August 2

61 Brand-New AIP Breakfasts You’ll ADORE...

Pancakes, Waffles, Granola, Smoothies...

Enjoy Your Favorite "Non-AIP" Foods While Healing Your Body!

61 Brand-New AIP Breakfasts You’ll ADORE...Pancakes, Waffles, Granola, Smoothies...

Enjoy Your Favorite "Non-AIP" Foods While Healing Your Body!

Your health is worth sticking to AIP...but sometimes, you need to have a little fun and change things up. Breakfast can get boring, and it’s so easy to get stuck in a rut.

Hi, I'm Louise.

Several years ago, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. I had constant pain, swelling, fatigue...and no one could find the source.

When my doctors told me I’d be on medication for the rest of my life, I knew I wanted to manage my symptoms another way and started my journey to healing my body.

And let me tell you...it was tough.

Yes, I felt so much better when I gave up grains, dairy, nuts, etc.

But every time I sat down to a meal it was a struggle.

I couldn’t eat the foods I wanted to. All my favourites -- potatoes, pasta and tomato sauce -- were off limits.

Breakfast was the worst! Pancakes, waffles, cereal, oatmeal, yogurt and granola...even bacon and eggs isn’t AIP friendly. It felt like I had no options.

Every morning I would get up and open my fridge and just STARE at the inside, wondering...what am I going to eat today?

Every morning I would get up and open my fridge and just STARE at the inside, wondering...what am I going to eat today?

It felt like there was nothing I could eat…I started every day feeling hungry and discouraged, with maybe an apple for breakfast.

It was a pretty terrible way to start my mornings. But if I wanted to heal my body, I knew I needed to stick with AIP.

So I started experimenting with AIP ingredients to see if I could recreate my favorite “non-AIP” breakfasts...

I started with my favorite...

Waffles...

Then I moved on to other breakfast favorites, like:

Pancakes... Oatmeal... Hash browns...

Pancakes...

Oatmeal...

Hash browns...

I even figured out how to make TOAST! ...sort of.

It’s way better than the alternative!

The best part was...my “experiments” were working! All of these AIP recipes tasted great, and I was starting to feel better.

It wasn’t instantaneous of course and it wasn’t just eating AIP, but over time I was able to get off my medication and stay symptom-free.

But what my “experiments” showed me was that I could stick to AIP and that it didn’t need to be a struggle.

Now, I was excited about waking up in the morning. Everything was so tasty and delicious!

And other people started telling me how great my recipes were.

And other people started telling me how great my recipes were.

And I started to wonder...what other foods could I make AIP and have for breakfast?

Sausages... Stir-fries... Teas and yogurts...

I even managed to sneak in a pizza recipe...

Sausages...

Stir-fries...

Teas and yogurts...

I even managed to sneak in a pizza recipe...

Pizza for breakfast, anyone..?

About a year ago, I started a website - healingautoimmune.com - because I realized that AIP was so much harder for most people than it needed to be.

When I started making my breakfast recipes available on the site, people LOVED them.

TESTIMONIAL:

I am strictly AIP at this point and I am getting better every day. I have tried every AIP cookbook on the market. They are all hit or miss, except yours. Every single recipe in your cookbook is actually fabulous. Even my family loves every recipe.

~ Maria Wollford Spillane

I get emails every day from people telling me how much they love my recipes, and how much easier being on an AIP diet is when they can eat delicious food.

That’s when I decided that I had to create this...

The AIP Breakfast Cookbook

The AIP Breakfast Cookbook

Put an end to boring, bland AIP breakfasts for good.

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  • 61 Delicious AIP recipes to help reduce inflammation, heal your body, and leave your taste buds tingling with satisfaction in the morning
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Start your day off on the right foot with food that tastes good and heals your body.

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  3. In fact, I’m so certain you’re going to love The AIP Breakfast Cookbook, if there’s even ONE single recipe you don’t like the look of… I’ll give you your money back.
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  3. In fact, I’m so certain you’re going to love The AIP Breakfast Cookbook, if there’s even ONE single recipe you don’t like the look of… I’ll give you your money back.