Chicken Casserole

This is a cheat recipe. Really it’s just my chicken soup with less water. You can serve it with AIP spuds or just on its own. One pot of delicious goodness! (I need a photo of this. Honestly, I just got stuck into eating it and totally forgot about getting the photo.) Print Recipe Chicken […]

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Irish Potato Bread

AIP Irish potato bread

Great for a fry, for breakfast, or just out of the toaster. Print Recipe Irish Potato Bread Course Breakfast, Snack Cuisine Irish Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes Servings people Ingredients 2 parsnips (sliced) or use combination of 1 parsnip + 1/4 cauliflower2 tbsp arrowroot/tapioca powder2-4 tbsp coconut flour Course Breakfast, Snack Cuisine […]

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Irish Fry

AIP Irish Fry

This is my version of the Irish Fry. Okay its missing the beans, eggs, black and white pudding and tomatoes (and soda farel and pancakes for the nordies), but overall not bad! This is what I’ve included: homemade potato bread, mushrooms, beef burgers (sausages), bacon, sweet potato hash brown red onion Print Recipe Irish Fry Course Breakfast […]

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AIP Bolognese

paleo spaghetti bolognese

AIP spaghetti bolognese is a firm favourite in our house. Once the AIP nomato sauce is made in advance, it’s really quick and easy to throw this together. I always feel pretty proud of how many veg I’ve ‘tricked’ my kids into eating when I serve this, especially when they start asking for more! Delicious served with […]

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AIP broccoli slaw ranch dressing

So simple, so tasty, so many possibilities! Here’s a round up of 12 coleslaws gathered by Joanna Frankham. Do you have any other suggestions that I should mention? Print Recipe Slaw Course Dinner, Lunch, Snack Cuisine american, European Servings Course Dinner, Lunch, Snack Cuisine american, European Servings Share this Recipe

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Week 4 Elimination Phase AIP Meal Plan

week 4 meal plan food image

Week 4 of the elimination phase of the AIP protocol diet and I would say 3 successes this week: the fish pie, the chicken casserole and the stuffed pork. The fish pie is an adapted recipe and although it’s made with coconut milk, but it’s not the dominant flavour. The chicken casserole is totally delicious and […]

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Steak and Kidney Pie

AIP steak and kidney pie

This recipe takes time. I slow cook the beef on the hob initially, then finish it off in the oven. This was my first time eating kidneys, I will try them again but they may take some getting used to. The pastry was a triumph though. I arranged it in a lattice so as to […]

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Smoothies are a quick, easy breakfast solution especially if you’re rushing out in the morning and haven’t anything else prepared. I don’t follow any particular recipe. I see what’s in the fridge and add veg, leafy greens and fruit, roughly in equal quantities. I throw these into my high powered blender, top up with water […]

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AIP Elimination Phase Pizza Base

AIP pizza dough

There are plenty of Paleo/AIP pizza bases using cauliflower, courgettes, white and red sweet potatoes. However, loads of them use eggs, gelatin or yeast to bind the ingredients and give the pizza that ‘tear’ quality.  As eggs are out during the elimination phase, and in my ever continuing bid to keep things simples I’ve rounded […]

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Stuffed Pork Fillet

date stuffed fillet of pork

This recipe is inspired from Ainsleys friends and family cookbook. The dates are deliciously sweet and really compliment the pork. Serve with roasted veg or ‘AIP spuds’ for sunday lunch Print Recipe Stuffed Pork Fillet Course Dinner Cuisine European Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 45 minutes Servings people Ingredients 1 (~400g) pork fillet (ask your […]

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