Leeks salad, a very simple and super easy recipe to help you eat more leeks! But why should you eat more leeks? Leeks are part of the top 10 prebiotic foods. Never heard of prebiotics before? Prebiotics feed your probiotics. The two work together to create balance in your gut […]
Coconut free AIP
Coconut free AIP recipes
Banana foster (also called “Flambéed banana”) is the easiest and cheapest yet delicious dessert you can do with an overripe banana. No need for expensive gluten-free flours for this yummy dessert. If you are too scared to make it flambéed, no worries, you absolutely don’t need to do that. You […]
Once again, here is an AIP version of one of my previously published recipe the olive fougasse bread. This delicious and super easy to make fougasse bread can either be cut into little pieces and served with toothpicks as an appetizer at a party or served with some lettuce (2-4 […]
I have to admit that I am quite proud of this AIP coconut free chicken curry. A few days ago, I asked some coconut free AIPers what they missed the most since starting their AIP diet. A few of them told me they really missed Indian curry as on the […]
This sweet potato breakfast bowl will be perfect for those who like a healthy, sweet and filling breakfast. You can of course modify the fruits used on this recipe according to the season and what you have on hand.
This strawberry salad recipe is so simple I’m wondering if it really is a recipe. So you will probably think that it is more an idea than a real recipe. Anyway, here is a dessert idea with strawberries that is extremely easy to fix, so fresh and seasonal and looks […]
This liver with blueberries recipe is a traditional French recipe with a quarantine twist! Most commonly in France, you will find liver recipes where you just grill the liver like you would grill a steak and you add either wine vinegar or raspberry vinegar with some parsley. I don’t use […]
Here is an easy tapioca pudding recipe made with carob. Of course, if you are not on the Auto-Immune Protocol (AIP) and can’t find carob or don’t like it, you can replace with cacao powder. Same with tigernut milk, if you are not on the AIP diet, you can replace […]
Here is my pumpkin muffins a.k.a gingerbread muffins recipe. This recipe has been especially created for AIPers but even if you are not following the Auto Immune Protocol, I promise you that you will love it! And even though it is still treat (and of course you shouldn’t eat too […]
Here is an AIP compliant, coconut free, carob muffin frosting. I’m giving you some proportions but keep in mind that you should modulate those according to your own taste.