“Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.”
~ Ruth Reichl
Welcome to the Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable!
If you’re not familiar with the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP), check out my series of articles. In a nutshell, it’s an elimination diet, designed to help people with autoimmune disease identify food intolerances. When you’re on the protocol, it can be hard to find recipes, because so many food groups are excluded. This recipe roundtable is here to help!
- Every week, I’ll be hosting this roundtable.The post will go live Wednesday nights, and the link-up feature will stay open for 7 days.
- Bloggers can share as many AIP recipes as they like. Feel free to choose new recipes or old ones from your archives. Just don’t repeat them in future roundtables. We want the archives to be full of 100% unique recipes. When you link-up, type in the URL of the actual recipe rather than your blog’s home page.
- Recipes cannot have any of the following ingredients: processed foods, food additives, refined sugars, refined oils, grains (including corn), dried legumes (including soy), fresh legumes (green beans and peas), dairy (including ghee), eggs, nuts and seeds (including nut/seed milks an oils), nightshades, and most spices (herbs are OK). Phew! You can see why we need a Recipe Roundtable.
- Please ONLY post recipes (not other kinds of articles). This roundtable is all about the food.
- Every week, I’ll highlight the reader favorite (most clicked link) from the prior week’s roundtable, as well as my favorite.
- Please provide a link back to the roundtable, somewhere in the post(s) you’re sharing.
- Feel free to grab a badge to help spread the AIP love.
- Recipes that don’t comply with stated rules and guidelines will be respectfully removed.
- To be reminded of each week’s roundtable, simply subscribe to my blog.
- To browse through past roundtables, you can find the whole list here.
Highlights from Last Week’s Roundtable:
- Stuffed Sweet Potato Buns from The Castaway Kitchen
*An AIP-friendly version of a favorite Latin American recipe: Papa Rellana
- Lemon Blueberry Cookies from Forest and Fauna
*A sweet treat just in time for Mothers Day.
- Today I’m celebrating nutrient density!
- Sweet & Salty Liver Bites from Nourish Me Lovingly
*Not only do these look like a delicious appetizer, this is a great first recipe for anyone intimidated by organ meat.
- Steamed Mussels with Prosciutto and Garlic from Gutsy By Nature
*Shellfish are also incredibly nutrient dense, and according to Terry Wahls, they count as organ meat because you are eating the whole animal.
What’s Cooking This Week?
To see the favorites from this week + a whole new group of recipes, visit Roundtable #120!
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