Chicken Salad (with coconut milk)By Amber L.This chicken salad is creamy and delicious. The coconut milk dressing pairs really nicely with the savory chicken and sweet grapes. Make this chicken salad with leftover chicken or using this shredded chicken recipe. Enjoy over a salad, as a lettuce wrap, on little lettuce boats or just on it's own.
Maple Cinnamon Acorn Squash RoundsBy Amber L.These acorn squash rounds are sweet, creamy and delicious. I love the soft creamy texture of baked acorn squash and adding maple and cinnamon makes these a lovely fall treat. I served the acorn squash as rounds because I made these for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, and circles are a nice symbol. But, these come out just as nicely if you cut the acorn squash in half lengthwise first (which also makes the squash easier to slice and scoop out the seeds).
Stracciatella SoupBy Amber L.Stracciatella means “torn to rags or tatters,” which describes this soup made with shredded chicken, grated carrots and greens. This soup was inspired from the Moosewood Restaurant cooking book, which has a non-AIP version of this soup
Roasted Carrots & ParsnipsBy Amber L.If you've never tried roasted carrots and parsnips, I'm telling you, they will change your life. They are delicious and sweet and pair nicely as a hot side dish or just as a yummy snack right out of the fridge.
Oktoberfest German Apple CakeBy Online S.This absolutely delicious apple cake is from Paleo on the Go, a company that creates and delivers AIP Recipes across the USA. You can see the full recipes and author notes here:
Coconut flour browniesBy Amber L.These brownies are moist and delicious! Definite crowd pleaser, even for the non-AIP folks in the room.
Banana Tigernut Mini MuffinsBy Amber L.Moist, delicious and sweet, these dense tigernut muffins are a lovely breakfast or brunch treat. To make more desserty, add 2 additional TBS maple syrup
Tigernut Carrot Cake MuffinsBy Amber L.These muffins are awesome! They are slightly sweet for a nice breakfast treat. Or they can easily be made sweeter by subbing more maple syrup in place of water and adding in more raisins. These muffins have a lovely texture, hold together perfectly, and have a slight chewiness reminiscent of the gluten-ful treats we avoid but would like to enjoy again.
CHEETO-ronnesBy Amber L.Do you miss Cheetos? I do! This easy to prepare snack is a crowd pleaser. Sprinkle some pork rinds with oil, nutritional yeast and some salt and you are ready to go!
Tigernut Pumpkin Mini MuffinsBy Amber L.It's hard to be AIP and Low-Fodmap and be able to enjoy sweets. These lovely fall-spiced pumpkin muffins use tigernut and arrowroot as low-fodmap flours and maple syrup as a low-fodmap sweetener. They are a lovely, light autumn treat.
Instant Pot Shredded ChickenBy Amber L.Tender shredded chicken is easy peasy in the instant pot! Use tasty shredded chicken in lettuce wraps, salads, burrito bowls, chicken salad, etc.