So, it feels like forever since I’ve posted a recipe for y’all. After taking a month off to finish Sickness To Fitness Quick Start Guide, releasing it, and taking a vacation in Vegas and California, I finally have a new recipe for you to enjoy. This AIP Paleo Herbs de Provence Chicken & Mushroom Faux Risotto is a one-pan wonder. It was one of the first meals I batch cooked when I came home from my vacay. Enjoy! Continue reading “AIP Paleo Herbs de Provence Chicken & Mushroom Faux Risotto Recipe”
Looking for a quick, tasty dish to add to your batch cooking session? This Low Carb Ground Beef Cabbage Jalapeño Skillet is perfect for batch cooking, or just whipping up a quick, healthy meal.
Can’t tolerate dairy? No problem. Just follow the special ingredient switch note to make this dairy-free and paleo. Want it AIP? Follow the substitution note and omit the jalapeños. It will still taste fantastic!
Last week, I, and several other AIP bloggers, hosted a week of PSA posts, on our blogs or over social media. The theme was “How I AIP” and “AIP4Me”. Basically, we wanted to promote positivity in the AIP community. We also wanted to show ways that we’ve made the AIP work for us. Hopefully, you got to read some of these posts.
In honor of our PSA, I actually ate mostly elimination phase AIP all week. I didn’t have to, because I already did my time on it. But, just to show you how easy it is to follow, I did it. So, when I batch cooked last week, I created this AIP Paleo Bacon Burger Skillet with Yam Noodles recipe. Enjoy!
I served my AIP Paleo Bacon Burger Skillet with Yam Noodles topped with homemade avocado crema. Here’s a quick recipe for you:
Avocado Crema Recipe: 1 avocado, pitted and peeled; 1 clove garlic; 1/3 cup coconut cream (from a refrigerated can of coconut milk); 1/2 cup fresh cilantro leaves; 1/2 teaspoon salt
Place all ingredients in small food processor or blender. Process until smooth.
I’m hoping to put together another post for y’all this week. I make no promises though. Working on projects has had me busier than I imagined I would be. Please keep this in mind when sending me your questions. If it’s something you could figure out on your own, or with a little research, consider doing just that. If it’s a question of whether or not the AIP could help you, I think you can pretty much figure out what I’m going to say already. Yes, it will. And, I’m going to say this again, if you have interest in starting the AIP, get and read The Paleo Approach, by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne. You should not even think about starting the AIP without first having read that book. Then, check out my resources page for other wonderful AIP blogs to enjoy.
As always, I wish you good health…..and, good food!