Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook | A Community Cookbook
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“Fast” Food on the AIP

When we’re on a healing diet, we spend a LOT of time cooking. Anything that saves us  time in the kitchen is a lifesaver. Enter the Instant Pot®!

A kitchen appliance that’s many tools in one, its primary function is a pressure cooker, and that’s the focus of this e-cookbook. The Instant Pot also serves as a slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, food warmer, and it has a sauté function (meaning you can brown meat before cooking, and reduce sauces and gravies afterward.) It saves a lot of room in the kitchen by replacing seven appliances with one, and turns many recipes into one-pot wonders.

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What’s Special About This E-Cookbook?

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  • Written specifically for the Instant Pot®, a favorite tool in the Paleo AIP community.  The IP comes in 3 sizes: 5-quart, 6-quart, and 8-quart. The recipes in this cookbook are written for the 6-quart size. If you have a smaller model, you may need to adjust the ingredients in some recipes down slightly. If you have a larger model, you can cook the recipes “as is” or increase the ingredients by 25%. Cooking times will stay the same.
  • Focuses on the pressure cooker function, creating fast and delicious meals. Are you nervous about using a pressure cooker? No worries. There’s a tutorial in the front of the e-cookbook.
  • Over 140 recipes, including Broths, Sauces/Condiments, Vegetables, Poultry, Meat, Seafood, Organ Meat, and Dessert.
  • Special diet modifications: Over half the recipes in this e-cookbook can be easily modified for Low-FODMAP, GAPS/SCD and Coconut-Free diets. (Charts are included at the back of the book.)
  • Packed with flavor with such diverse recipes as: Bone Broth (of course), Cranberry BBQ Sauce, Marinara Sauce, Cauli-fredo Sauce, Bacon Orange Cherry Jam, “Baked” Sweet Potatoes, Cauliflower Rice, Artichokes with Lemon Tarragon Dipping Sauce, Smothered Okra, Creamy Kabocha Squash Soup, Fall Off the Bone Whole Chicken, Mole Chicken with Bluecumber Salsa, Lemongrass and Ginger Chicken Zoodle Soup, Stuffed Acorn Squash, Turkey and Gravy, Speedy Chili, Teriyaki Garlic Beef, Ukrainian Borscht, Sticky Pork Short Ribs, Pork Vindaloo, Lamb and Apricot Curry, Simple French Navarin Lamb Stew, Chicken Liver Pâté, Steak and Kidney Stew, Tongue Tacos, Jambalaya, Steamed Crab, Leek and Shrimp Risotto, Salmon and Sweet Potato Chowder, Poached Pears, “Chocolate” Cake, Pina Colada Tapioca Pudding, Mini Pumpkin Pies, and over 100 other fabulous recipes!
  • Written by 37 AIP bloggers who have used the paleo autoimmune protocol to improve their own health. The result is a book far better than any one person could have created alone.
  • PDF Format: Able to be read on any computer or smartphone with a free, downloadable PDF reader. And it’s formatted on 8-1/2×11 paper, so it’s easy for you to print at home, if you prefer a paper copy.

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“The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook brings delicious, hassle-free, one-pot, healthy, 100% AIP recipes to your table, making healing from autoimmune disease as easy as pressing a button!”
~ Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Paleo Approach

“This cookbook just might change your life. As a busy mom of 4 who has eaten the autoimmune protocol for the last few years, my Instant Pot pressure cooker has saved the day on many, many occasions. A cookbook full of AIP Instapot recipes is going to help so many people make fast, easy dinners that the whole family will love!”
~ Bre’anna Emmitt, author of the cookbook: He Won’t Know It’s Paleo

“When I started the autoimmune protocol almost three years ago, I would have been over the moon to cook with a collection of recipes as mouth-watering as are gathered here. The Instant Pot is a game changer for the everyday home cook and in the hands of the best AIP recipe developers, your healing is about to get very easy and very, VERY delicious.”
~ Stephanie Meyer, author of the blog: Fresh Tart

“The only thing that makes me feel better about the time between getting my Instant Pot and using my Instant Pot (eight months) is that everyone I talk to seems to have the same experience. It takes a while to get the machine out of the box and into the kitchen and then sometimes even longer to get the motivation to use it. Once I finally started using my Instant Pot, I only used it to make the same four things. My experience with The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook has changed everything about how I interact with my IP. Not only are the recipes AIP, which is how I eat and means I don’t have to spend extra time refining recipes, they are delicious. I spent the weekend making Cauli-fredo Sauce, Lemony-Garlic Bok Choy, Pineapple Mango Chicken Thighs, Spicy Chicken Wings, Savory Mashed White Sweet Potatoes (a great variation of one of the four things I previously stuck to) and Applesauce. That’s the most I’ve ever used my IP in one weekend! Before this cookbook, I was intimidated by the quick-release method. After my weekend of recipe testing I realized that I used the quick release function with almost every recipe. Every single thing was delicious and that’s not even a fraction of the recipes in the book. I am so excited for this weekend when I get into the meat and dessert sections.”
~ Whitney Ross-Gray, author of the blog: Nutrisclerosis

“This cookbook is a best friend and kitchen companion of newbies and seasoned AIP veterans alike. Whether you are just changing your diet and learning to use the Instant Pot or are a pressure cooking champ, The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook will surprise and inspire you! There are easy, fool proof instructions and tips that take the mystery out of pressure cooking (and all of those buttons on the front of the pot) as well as an introduction to the autoimmune protocol. The sheer number of recipes packed into this 183 page e-book is astonishing! If you thought pressure cookers were just for soup and beans you are about to be blown away!”
~ Mikaela Guimaraes, author of the blog: Slightly Lost Girl

“If you own an Instant Pot you NEED The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook.  Normally preparing AIP meals is time consuming, but with this wonderful cookbook filled with mouthwatering recipes you will be able to get dinner on the table in record time.  What a lifesaver for the AIP cook!”
~ Margaret Wendell, author of the blog: Food to Heal Ourselves

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29 comments on “The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook”

  1. Sheila Williams

    I love this cookbook! I bought it a couple of years ago when I first purchased my instant pot, and I’ve used it ever since. Like many people, I was afraid of pressure cooking. The tutorial at the front of this cookbook took away my fears, and the instant pot ended up being very easy to use. Unlike other cookbooks I’ve purchased and rarely use, this one is on regular rotation in my kitchen.

    I started with bone broth but quickly moved on to the wide variety of recipes. The main courses are my favorites because they make dinner so easy. I love that I can do the prep early and when it’s done cooking it keeps it warm until we’re ready as a family to eat. Sometimes that’s right away, but sometimes that might be an hour or so later, and it tastes good no matter what.

    The instant pot also comes in handy when I forget to plan ahead. Brain fog, anyone? You can cook frozen meat and roasts in the instant pot. It takes a little longer to come to pressure but when it does, it defrosts and cooks at the same time. I might add an extra few minutes cooking time, but that’s all it needs.

    I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol. And my non-Paleo family members love the recipes too.

  2. Jamie Feinberg

    This cookbook is fantastic! It’s got a ton of different recipes, great variety for whatever mood you’re in, and I found the recipes easy to follow and full of practical shortcuts. It’s a great addition to your rotation whether you batch cook a few times a week or are looking for some easier weeknight options that might have new-to-you flavors.

    While I’d owned an instant pot for many years, I was pretty intimidated to learn how to use it, so only my husband was using it. This was honestly a brilliant way for me to get to know my instant pot! It took away the intimidation factor for sure.

    I’ve loved all the recipes I’ve tried, as has my non-AIP husband, and I have recommended it to clients and friends going through their own healing protocols.

    I didn’t find it challenging to source any of the ingredients. Plus, there are more than a hundred recipes, so if a couple aren’t doable for me this week, I can choose another one.

    Thanks for this awesome book!

  3. The instant pot cookbook review

    I bought this cookbook hoping to get into instant pot AIP cooking. My conclusion is this book is not feasible for someone living in first 1st world countries and would be more difficult on someone living out of first world country. fyi I live in France

    1. SOME of the recipes were long with too many ingredients. one of the simpler
    meat recipes beef bourginon took me 2 hours just to prep the ingredients itself.

    2. MOST of the recipes include complex ingredients that are not easy to purchase.
    so I cant imagine how someone would use this if they lived in a country with less variety. examples are muscovado sugar, okra, golden beet, sushi sonic wasabi, coconut aminos, soucheng tea… this list could go on forever.

    3. MANY recipes required seasonal ingredients which meant I could not use it now April 2022.
    examples include cranberry, cherries(5+ recipes) rhubarb!, peaches, apricot, fig.
    these type of Ingredients are available for a limited time in FRANCE.

    4. the dessert. this was the biggest let down. so complex not enough variation, impossible ingredients.

    5. the meats, eventual when you start looking at the meats they tend to be similar in some form.

    6. i think a lot of these recipes are freely availble online there are few exlusive recipes but nothing worth purchasing it.

    7. good points are that they are well organized into categories and, it does taste good if you can manage to get all the ingredients , from the african store, the chinese store, the bio store and local supermarket
    (which is what i had to do)

    conclusion, 17 dollars is heavy price to pay for 80 % recipes not being usable in some way.
    it would have been worth while could I go into a normal grocery and get the ingredients.

    1. I’m sorry you were disappointed with the cookbook. I do offer a 100% guarantee, so there is no risk in trying the cookbook. Your money was refunded through PayPal. For others reading this review, let me take this point-by-point:

      1. There are 141 recipes in the cookbook. Some are easy and some are complicated. Over 7,000 people have purchased this cookbook. Less than 10 people have requested refunds.
      2. With the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol, there are special ingredients included sometimes to replace common products not allowed during the elimination phase of the AIP. That said, there are also many recipes in this cookbook with no special ingredients. But I do understand when you live outside the United States, if can be frustrating to encounter any recipes with ingredients not readily available to you.
      3. With a cookbook of this size, it’s naturally going to include some seasonal recipes. However, I’m surprised to hear that frozen fruit isn’t available in France. It’s so commonly available in the United States that it makes fruit-based recipes easy to prepare year-round. If that’s not true in France, I understand your frustration that some of the flavorful sauce recipes do use fruit as a base.
      4. You are right that the dessert section of this cookbook is small. The Instant Pot is more easily adapted for soups, sauces, broths, main courses, and side dishes. The dessert section was added for fun and was never intended to be the biggest section of the cookbook.
      5. It’s simply not true that the meat recipes are similar. People can click the link to the complete recipe list above, but here are a few examples of variety: Swedish Meatballs with Mushroom Gravy, Vaca Frita, Speedy Chili, Hong Shao Rou, Moroccan Stew, and many more.
      6. 75 recipes are exclusive to the cookbook and not available anywhere else. That’s over half the recipes in the cookbook.
      7. Thank you for saying the cookbook is well organized and the recipes taste good. I’m sorry your shopping expedition was so arduous. It highlights the difference between food availability in different countries, regions, and towns.

      Conclusion: I understand that this cookbook isn’t the right one for you. As I mentioned above, your purchase has been refunded so the cost to you to try this cookbook was $0. I do wish you well on your AIP journey. One website I can recommend for you is Go Healthy With Bea. She’s a recipe blogger living in France, and her website is available in both French and English.

  4. For my christmas gift this year, I asked my hubby to color print this e book I ordered a while back. Its spiral bound and I dont have to sit at the computer now while thinking about dinner. IT was almost 100 bucks to print – but I really hope I can toss some other cookbooks. [I tell everyone about this site, and bought 3 pots for family so far.]

  5. I would very much like to to see this as a physical book. Are you at all considering publishing one? I find that I never really look at the e-versions of cookbooks (even tho I own quite a few!). There is just something about flipping thru book recipes.

    1. Judy, I’m sorry – the answer is no. This is a huge book, which makes printing very expensive, and it has multiple recipe contributors which would make accounting a nightmare. For those reasons, this was always be an ebook. However, you can take the ebook to a printshop and print a hardcopy.

  6. I know you recommend the instant pot, but I bought a Crock Pot and cannot get the instant pot, or want to as I only bought the Crock Pot a few months ago. Is there any possibillity that your recipes would work in the Crock Pot?

  7. I’m about to purchase an 8 quart instant pot, but have just read your books (recipes) are based on the 6 quart pot. Do you think the recipes will work as well in an 8 quart?

    1. Hi Sheila Anne. The recipes should work fine. Since your pot is bigger, it might take a little bit longer to come to pressure, but the cooking times should remain the same. You also have the option of increasing quantities slightly, since you have a larger pot.

    1. Hi Krista. No, the Mini is only 3 quarts, and this cookbook was written for the 6-quart 7-in-1 model. It would require adaptation to use in the mini (reducing ingredients, understanding the liquid needs for a smaller pressure cooker, etc.) You might be able to do it, but I can’t guide you. If you haven’t yet made a purchase, I reommend the 6-quart. For the same amount of time invested in cooking, you’ll get a lot more food and can freeze the leftovers.

  8. Johanna Dana Doering

    Hi Eileen, I just bought a 6ltr stove top pressure cooker (I don’t think we can get the Instant Pot here in Australia). Could I still use your recipes with my cooker? Thank you!!

  9. Hello Eileen, thank you for your Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook. I went ahead and bought it before I buy the Instant Pot as I wanted to see the recipes. I know I will be relying on it mostly when using the Instant Pot as I am on the Paleo AIP diet and have never used an Instant Pot before so this ebook combines these two criteria. I was wondering if there is a metric version of the ebook or if there were any plans to publish one. I am based in the UK. Thank you

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