Salmon TonnatoBy Amber L.Rich and creamy salmon dip. Serve with sliced zucchini, cucumbers, and carrots for an appetizer or over salad for a filling main course.
Spinach & Basil PestoBy Amber L.Don't have enough basil for a big batch of pesto? Substitute with other greens (e.g. spinach, kale, arugula) and create a tasty sauce to add to zucchini noodles, spaghetti squash noodles, roasted veggies or on a flatbread.
Nomato Sauce & Veggie noodlesBy Amber L.This veggieful nomato sauce is rich and hearty and absolutely delicious! It was adapted from Ann Marie's Nomato Sauce at Grass Fed Salsa to make it vegan and a little tangier and earthier with the addition of red wine vinegar and mushrooms. Enjoy with zucchini noodles, cauliflower rice, on a flatbread or anywhere else you would usually use tomato sauce.
Thai “Peanut” SauceBy Amber L.This rich, and slightly sweet and tangy sauce is a nice AIP alternative to Thai peanut sauce. Serve as a dipping sauce with sliced vegetables or drizzled over steamed vegetables and cauliflower rice for a Thai-themed meal.

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Salmon TonnatoBy Amber L.Rich and creamy salmon dip. Serve with sliced zucchini, cucumbers, and carrots for an appetizer or over salad for a filling main course.
Spinach & Basil PestoBy Amber L.Don't have enough basil for a big batch of pesto? Substitute with other greens (e.g. spinach, kale, arugula) and create a tasty sauce to add to zucchini noodles, spaghetti squash noodles, roasted veggies or on a flatbread.
Nomato Sauce & Veggie noodlesBy Amber L.This veggieful nomato sauce is rich and hearty and absolutely delicious! It was adapted from Ann Marie's Nomato Sauce at Grass Fed Salsa to make it vegan and a little tangier and earthier with the addition of red wine vinegar and mushrooms. Enjoy with zucchini noodles, cauliflower rice, on a flatbread or anywhere else you would usually use tomato sauce.
Thai “Peanut” SauceBy Amber L.This rich, and slightly sweet and tangy sauce is a nice AIP alternative to Thai peanut sauce. Serve as a dipping sauce with sliced vegetables or drizzled over steamed vegetables and cauliflower rice for a Thai-themed meal.