Link Love: 70+ Paleo AIP & GAPS-Friendly Thanksgiving Recipes

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70+ Paleo AIP & GAPS-Friendly Thanksgiving Recipes | Phoenix Helix

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues,
but the parent of all the others. ” ~ Cicero


When you’re on a healing diet, the traditional holiday foods go through a transformation. Some people see it as a cause for grief. I see it as a cause to celebrate! Look at these amazingly delicious and healing recipes! Food has never tasted so good.







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17 thoughts on “Link Love: 70+ Paleo AIP & GAPS-Friendly Thanksgiving Recipes

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  2. Hi Eileen,

    This is such a fantastic roundup of recipes!!! Thank you for all your hard work. And thank you so much for featuring my butternut squash soup. Sharing!!


  3. This is like the Thanksgiving Recipe Almanac!!!! I am most certainly pinning this page, there are so many wonderful ideas! I couldn’t be more excited to eat my weight in chestnuts next week… Only to get a stomach ache! ha ha. Oh well, most certainly worth it!

    • Really?! Do chestnuts give you a stomach ache?? I think I may just have had the most killer stomach ache from chestnuts and am trying to track it down!

  4. What a great collection of recipes for those on the Paleo diet, or for anyone looking for healthy eating. Thanks for sharing at the hop!

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