Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtables

Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable Archive Page with Over 1500 Recipes | Phoenix Helix

“Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.” ~ Ruth Reichl

Welcome to the Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable

This is a weekly recipe-sharing event, where bloggers link up autoimmune-friendly recipes. I started this tradition in the Fall of 2013, and there are now over 1,500 recipes, making it the largest AIP recipe archive anywhere! Click through the links below to find everything from fermented foods to fabulous desserts. To be notified when new recipe roundtables are posted, subscribe to my blog. We all deserve to eat delicious food every day. Happy cooking, everyone!


Week #100 – Special Celebration Post.
The Most Popular 100 Recipes from ALL the past Roundtables!

Week #1 (15 recipes)
Week #2 (23 recipes)
Week #3 (19 recipes)
Week #4 (22 Recipes)
Week #5 (15 recipes)
Week #6 (15 recipes)
Week #7 (20 recipes)
Week #8 (15 recipes)
Week #9 (15 recipes)
Week #10 (20 recipes)
Week #11 (17 recipes)
Week #12 (18 recipes)
Week #13 (12 recipes)
Week #14 (14 recipes)
Week #15 (12 recipes)
Week #16 (13 recipes)
Week #17 (15 recipes)
Week #18 (13 recipes)
Week #19 (13 recipes)
Week #20 (13 recipes)
Week #21 (17 recipes)
Week #22 (13 recipes)
Week #23 (19 recipes)
Week #24 (15 recipes)
Week #25 (10 recipes)
Week #26 (17 recipes)
Week #27 (15 recipes)
Week #28 (13 recipes)
Week #29 (16 recipes)
Week #30 (14 recipes)
Week #31 (22 recipes)
Week #32 (21 recipes)
Week #33 (18 recipes)
Week #34 (20 recipes)
Week #35 (27 recipes)
Week #36 (13 recipes)
Week #37 (26 recipes)
Week #38 (26 recipes)
Week #39 (19 recipes)
Week #40 (17 recipes)
Week #41 (16 recipes)
Week #42 (20 recipes)
Week #43 (15 recipes)
Week #44 (18 recipes)
Week #45 (17 recipes)
Week #46 (21 recipes)
Week #47 (15 recipes)
Week #48 (22 recipes)
Week #49 (21 recipes)
Week #50 (28 recipes)
Week #51 (24 recipes)
Week #52 (26 recipes)
Week #53 (18 recipes)
Week #54 (21 recipes)
Week #55 (25 recipes)
Week #56 (24 recipes)
Week #57 (19 recipes)
Week #58 (27 recipes)
Week #59 (23 recipes)
Week #60 (27 recipes)
Week #61 (30 recipes)
Week #62 (35 recipes)
Week #63 (27 recipes)
Week #64 (22 recipes)
Week #65 (20 recipes)
Week #66 (28 recipes)
Week #67 (22 recipes)
Week #68 (23 recipes)
Week #69 (22 recipes)
Week #70 (33 recipes)
Week #71 (34 recipes)
Week #72 (32 recipes)
Week #73 (30 recipes)
Week #74 (28 recipes)
Week #75 (32 recipes)
Week #76 (19 recipes)
Week #77 (25 recipes)
Week #78 (40 recipes)
Week #79 (23 recipes)
Week #80 (13 recipes)
Week #81 (20 recipes)
Week #82 (18 recipes)
Week #83 (19 recipes)
Week #84 (26 recipes)
Week #85 (23 recipes)
Week #86 (16 recipes)
Week #87 (23 recipes)
Week #88 (19 recipes)
Week #89 (24 recipes)
Week #90 (22 recipes)
Week #91 (15 recipes)
Week #92 (25 recipes)
Week #93 (23 recipes)
Week #94 (20 recipes)
Week #95 (15 recipes)
Week #96 (20 recipes)
Week #97 (20 recipes)
Week #98 (30 recipes)
Week #99 (23 recipes)
Week #101 (29 recipes)
Week #102 (11 recipes)
Week #103 (16 recipes)
Week #104 (15 recipes)
Week #105 (20 recipes)
Week #106 (19 recipes)
Week #107 (18 recipes)
Week #108 (16 recipes)
Week #109 (18 recipes)
Week #110 (24 recipes)
Week #111 (19 recipes)
Week #112 (17 recipes)
Week #113 (20 recipes)
Week #114 (20 recipes)
Week #115 (18 recipes)
Week #116 (15 recipes)
Week #117 (24 recipes)
Week #118 (21 recipes)
Week #119 (25 recipes)
Week #120 (22 recipes)
Week #121 (24 recipes)
Week #122 (24 recipes)
Week #123 (18 recipes)
Week #124 (22 recipes)
Week #125

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23 thoughts on “Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtables

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  4. Do you have any commercial condiment recommendations that are AIP? There is just some times you don’t feel like making everything because of energy levels.

    • I hear you, but unfortunately AIP in a bottle is really hard to find. Mustard has seeds, ketchup and BBQ sauce have nightshades, mayo has eggs and refined oils. The only condiment I know that’s AIP is coconut aminos, and it works as a soy sauce substitute in savory recipes.

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  6. Thank you so much for this invaluable listing of so many AIP recipes!!! Amazing!! I love listening to your podcasts as well. Really appreciate your generosity in sharing all you do with us. Looking forward to more!

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  8. Hi Eileen,
    I’ve been enjoying the podcasts and the round ups. I eat mainly AIP and low histamine. I wanted to suggest a podcast topic that can be a struggle for me. As I’m sure you know, having such a restrictive diet is very time consuming. I feel like I’m always prepping sausage patties, par baking yams, jarring bone broth, etc. I work full time and am completing a year long yoga apprenticeship, and all the cooking/prepping is burning me out some, and then I find myself not sticking with my plan as much. This long post to say, if you could do a podcast on making AIP work time/energy wise when you are working full time, I would really appreciate it.
    Thanks!

  9. Eileen,
    I was diagnosed with Hoshimotos in August of 2014. Not happy with the “medical” view of my autoimmune diagnosis I started traveling the internet. December 28, 2014 I began living the AIP lifestyle. THANK YOU and God Bless you for your work.

  10. Hi Eileen,
    As i’m just in a position to start uploading recipes more often, is there an complete “list” of recipes anywhere that have been uploaded to the roundtable – to save me clicking through each page to check in case someone has already produced their own “version” of it…. Thanks

    • Hi Naomi. Don’t worry about people having made other versions before you. As long as you aren’t intentionally copying someone else’s recipe, just have fun in your kitchen and share what you create at the newest roundtable. There are very few recipes that are 100% original, given the millenia that humans have been cooking.

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  12. Thanks Eileen, this recipe roundtable is such a valuable resource for all of us following the autoimmune protocol. It is also a boost to those of us who blog … posting AIP recipes on your roundtable generates more links so .. kudos to you!

  13. Thanks Eileen! I have been on the AIP road now for just over a year and your roundtables, articles and podcast have been an amazing resource. I’ve just purchased your latest book and can’t wait for it to arrive 🙂 Sometimes though I’d love to browse through all the recipes in the roundtables that are ‘sides’ or ‘main dishes’ or ‘condiments’ instead of individually clicking every link. Is that something you are likely to ever do?

    • Hi Adelle. Inlinkz provides the software that I use for these Roundtables, and unfortunately they don’t offer search or sort features. I agree that would be nice! I do have Pinterest boards for each of those categories, though. It’s not every recipe from the roundtables, but it’s a nice selection.

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