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”
Today, I have no words of wisdom to share. Truth is, I’ve been so busy with formulating a fitness plan for y’all, and writing a couple of guest posts, I haven’t had time to write a post for today. Rather than leave you with nothing at all, I wanted to share another recipe. This Breakfast Sausage-Cabbage Bake is so easy to put together and cook. Plus, all you have to do to make it AIP elimination phase is leave out the eggs.
This Breakfast Sausage-Cabbage Bake can be batch cooked, to easily pull out when you need a quick meal. From the yuca hash brown like crust to the melted “cheese” sauce, flavor is in each and every bite. And, nobody says you can only have it for breakfast. It makes a great lunch or dinner too. Enjoy!
Hopefully, I’ll be back next week, with new words of wisdom. LOL! I really think you’re going to love all of the changes coming to the blog next year. I have tons of new resources I’m working on for you. In the meantime, I’ll also be doing lots of guest posts on some of my favorite blogs. I’m pretty much going to be everywhere! In case you missed it, I just did a guest post over at He Won’t Know It’s Paleo. My recipe for AIP Cajun Grillades was featured. You can check it out HERE. Also, my recipe for Roast Beef with Cabbage Steaks and Mushrooms was featured on Chris Kresser’s The Roundup. You can check that out HERE. I’m spreading the AIP paleo love all over the place.
As always, I wish you good health…….and, good food!
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I am so excited to be able to tell y’all about this awesome new AIP resource, 28 Days Of One-Pot AIP by Christina Feindel of A Clean Plate! Now, some of you are aware of my love of Christina’s Liverwurst recipe from her first ebook, 28 Days Of AIP. I usually have a batch in my freezer at all times. Christina’s recipes are a big favorite in my house.
For those of you who may not know what Christina’s books are all about, allow me to share some tidbits. Her ebooks contain full meal plans for 28 whole days of AIP delights. Each meal has links to the actual recipe in the book. That way, you can easily click on the meal for that day, and you’re taken straight to the recipe. The meal plans take all of the guesswork out of figuring out what to eat each day. Christina has carefully designed each day’s plan to include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. She also provides you with a weekly grocery list, which can be printed out. It’s about as easy AIP as you can get.
In 28 Days Of One-Pot AIP, you will also get tips on batch cooking and how to use the meal plans and recipes. It’s all laid out in a very easy to follow format.
And, in case you’re wondering about the recipes, they are all amazing. Christina covers everything from smoothies to hearty comfort foods. As in the title, everything can easily be made or cooked in one pot! Who doesn’t want less dishes to wash?!
Some recipes in 28 Days Of One-Pot AIP:
Raspberry Mint Smoothie
Tom Yum Seafood Soup
Chicken and Shrimp Gumbo (YAY!)
Coq Au Vin
Now, if all that doesn’t make you hungry, I don’t know what will. I cooked the Braised Oxtails recipe and the Coq Au Vin recipe. Both were outstanding. I really love the combination of herbs and ingredients Christina puts into each dish. I’m not a big fan of bland food; and, I never have to worry about that with Christina’s recipes. They’re always filled with flavor!
Plus, if you don’t know much about Christina, be sure to check out her site, A Clean Plate. I can tell you, she is one of the nicest, coolest people I know. I absolutely adore her and her adorable fiance, Noah. He’s Cajun too, by the way. You won’t be disappointed!
As always, I wish you good health……and, good food!
*This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase from one of these links, I may receive compensation. Thank you for helping to support my blogging efforts here at Paleo Cajun Lady.- Tara Perillo