50 Paleo AIP Thanksgiving Recipes

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photo collage of featured recipes - turkey in the center

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

An AIP Thanksgiving Feast

When you’re following the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol, traditional family recipes go through a transformation, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a delicious feast! I have 50 delicious and healing recipes for you. Food has never tasted so good!

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When a Holiday is Also a Day of Mourning

At its best, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with those we love, share delicious food, and celebrate all the blessings in our lives. It’s a beautiful holiday for that reason. At the same time, Thanksgiving has a complex history that isn’t always acknowledged. Many Indigenous people call this a Day of Mourning. How do we make space for both the grief and the joy that this holiday can inspire? I will admit that it’s not easy, but here are three great books to read this Thanksgiving season.

Other AIP Holiday Resources

This recipe roundup was first published in 2013 but is updated annually. Last update 10/31/23.

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14 comments on “50 Paleo AIP Thanksgiving Recipes”

  1. What a brilliant round-up of recipes! And not just for Thanksgiving – there are so many celebrations at this time of year, running right through until New Year. Thanks for this, Eileen – and thanks for including a couple of my recipes – not being familiar with the tradition of Thanksgiving, it’s great to know they’re appropriate for this particular feast!

    1. Hi Angie. That’s so true. While the theme is traditional Thanksgiving fare, these recipes are worthy of any feast! And the fact that your recipes translate so well just proves it.

  2. 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!

  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!

    1. 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!

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