Buddha bowls have become increasingly popular over the years, especially within the vegetarian and vegan community.
Typically, buddha bowls are filled with vegetables, healthy fats, proteins and grains. However, since grains are not AIP-friendly, I simply left them out of my version.
But if you want a vegan version, simply leave out the tuna. It’ll still be absolutely delicious.
And be sure to make extra avocado mayo. It is quite versatile and is a great egg-less, AIP-friendly mayo substitute. Just refrigerate it in a sealed container for 2 to 3 days.
If you thought your days of enjoying a hot mug of hot chocolate were over once you started an AIP diet, then think again.
And it contains gut-friendly collagen. So, not only is this recipe delicious, it’s good for you as well.
Just be sure to read the ingredients label when you purchase collagen. You want as few ingredients as possible. And stay away from the flavored collagen powders since their ingredients are likely not AIP-friendly.
And if you are wondering why there is no chocolate in this hot “chocolate” recipes, then be sure to check out this post that answers the question why chocolate is not AIP-friendly.