The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP), is a 30-day elimination diet for individuals with autoimmune disease. The Autoimmune Protocol is designed to heal the intestinal mucosa and supporting low inflammation in the body that can cause an autoimmune flare-up. While autoimmune disease can’t be cured, it can be put into remission. These 35 Autoimmune Protocol recipes are a must try for those getting start with AIP and will help you improve your gut health.
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Autoimmune Protocol Recipes
This is one of my favourite AIP-friendly bread recipes that goes great with some soup or a stew. You wouldn’t belive that the base of the recipe is made up using plantains. It has the perfect starch content, yet is very easy on the gut.
Who doesn’t love a good slushy? This is a great recipe made with watermelon, cocont water, mint leaves and frozen strawberries. It tastes perfectly sweet so you don’t even need to add sweetener.
If you like salmon then you must try this recipe. A tasty salad packed with asparagus, seasonal greens, raspberries, blueberries, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar, and thyme. (be sure to leave out the pecans to make it AIP friendly).
These veggie noodles are made with a spiralizer and seasoned with olive oil, coconut aminos, fish sauce, lime juice, garlic powder, ground ginger, and green onions. The parsnips have a lovely earthy flavor that goes perfectly with these seasonings!
My kids love these tasty little treats, they have a crunchy gelatin and tapioca coating which gives them a sort of popcorn chicken textuure. This is a great recipe that tastes more like a treat.
Finding a good Asian-inspired recipe that is AIP-friendly isn’t easy. However, this orange chicken recipe is absoluutely packed with flavour. The recipe is made using coconut aminos, honey, gralic and orange juice. Another dish you don’t want to miss.
These AIP-friendly cranberry coconut treats are great when you have a sweet tooth. Made with cocoa butter, honey, vanilla, coconut butter and cranberries. Just be carefuly as they are very addicting.
Calm down, I know oats are not paleo! This “oatmeal recipe” is actually made with bananas and and topped with blueberries, which I love. They are packed with antioxidants and vitamins and many other health benefits.
These brownie cookie bars are not what I would call ‘nutrient dense’. However, they are a melt in your mouth delicious treat with an incredible flavor profile. You really can’t go wrong with these AIP-approved bars.
Are you bored of chicken for dinner, if so try this tasty crispy chicken recipe. Coated with tapioca flour and garlic powder and served with a creamy lemon sauce. This is a great addition to any paleo meal plan.
If you are an ice cream lover then you will love this dairy-free pineapple ice cream. It only takes about an hour and is made with frozen pineapple and maple syrup which gives a great sweetness.
This soup recipe is a great AIP-friendly recipe made with white sweet potatoes, chicken, parsnips, bone broth, carrots, celery, lemon, onion, and bacon. It is packed with flavour and health benefits.
This recipe is great for digestion if you choose to use homemade bone broth. Just remember to leave out the pepper if you want to keep it AIP-friendly. Feel free to expiement with other herbs for more flavor.
This recipe is the perfect addition to any traditional holiday meal.It uses cauliflower rice as the base. It has fresh green apples and cranberries, along with bacon, sweet potatoes, mushrooms and celery, spiced with cinnamon and rosemary.
This mashed butternut squash may not look the best, but believe me, it’s soo tasty! It is made with btternut squash, coconut oil, garlic and broth. The coconut oil adds a unique and interesting dynamic to the dish that make it taste great!
This Cranberry Mint Mousse recipe is not a super sweet dessert, but it has a nice hint of freshness from the mint with a nice sweet citrus aftertaste. If you like cranberries you will love this recipe!
This soup is packed full of sinus-clearing spices and healthy vitamin C, making it far superior to the traditional chicken-noodle when it comes to soothing a cold.
I hope you enjoyed this collection of Autoimmune Protocol recipes, if you have any recipes that you think we should include on this list please feel free to share them in the comments below.
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