Easy prepared horseradish

I feel like this is almost too easy to type up, but, sometimes it’s nice to have it written up to share with new peeps that are still learning.  This is a great base to a ton of different sauces, marinades and fillings. Once prepared, this will store in the fridge for about a month,…

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AIP Chimichurri

I love sauces and marinades, especially when they’re easy!  This one uses Kale, so, it’s just one more way I’m sneaking in nutrient rich foods into my kids’ diet.  #winning! So far, I’ve used this inside stuffed chicken, over a breakfast hash and later today, I plan on thinning some out with some more EVOO…

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AIP Egg Roll in a Bowl

Words I love: Quick, cheap, easy, fast! I love making this for so many reasons, its comfort food goodness and my entire family loves it. I have made this numerous times for get togethers with non-AIP friends and they love it too!  Sometimes AIP recipes can get a bit carried away with the ingredient list-this…

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Crispy Pan Fried Chicken AIP

I mean, fried chicken…what’s not to love?  Fried chicken is one of those staple comfort foods, but, it can go from perfect to dry quickly.  By starting in a cast iron and finishing in the oven, it is the most sure fire way to make sure that it’s not only tasty, but, juicy! Another thing I…

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AIP Hearty Beef Stew

Most everyone that has seen my Jen Party of 7 Facebook page, or my personal page, knows that soup is one of my love languages.  Well, that, and tacos. So, I made this last night and even gave some to my dad, he LOVED it, and this is a guy that thinks gluten free means…

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AIP Creamy Bacon Alfredo Sauce

I’ve gone and done it now…I’ve made something not only my 2 year old toddler liked (as well as the rest of my kids), but, my ‘set in his ways’ dad even liked it!  Creamy, garlicky, bacon-y, all the right things!  I have so many many awesome ideas for this little piece of heaven! I…

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AIP ‘dirty rice’ with coconut ‘curry’ saffron sauce

This one just gets me in the feelers, it’s quick, easy, family friendly and toddler approved. Over the past couple of days I made a couple different versions of it using different leftover meats and additional veggies I had on hand.  Both were delicious.  I’m not a huge coconut fan, so, I like that I…

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AIP ‘tater’ tots

Want to impress your kids?  Make these AIP ‘tater’ tots…but, I challenge you to not eat them all yourself.  I had some leftover chimichurri sauce that the kids and I dipped these in, it was amazing. Print AIP Tater Tots I can’t even begin to describe my happy with this one!  I mean, tater tots-enough…

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Easy Green Chili Verde Sauce

As I mention in the recipe portion…no, this isn’t AIP compliant. During the strict elimination phase, tomatillos, jalapenos and serranos all being nightshades are a no no.  However, if you have reintroduced, or you are following more Paleo/Whole30, then, this is so wonderful and simple.  Plus, as an added bonus, it doesn’t contain all the…

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AIP crispy salmon cake

I have been experimenting with trying to make the perfect salmon cake for a while now…pre-AIP, I loved them!  But, without eggs and bread crumbs…alas, I was constantly disappointed.  Until now!  These are very crispy and creamy.  Don’t let the ugly photo fool you…I seasoned mine with sumac, which if you’re not familiar, tastes like…

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AIP Snickerdoodle Apple Tarts

Sharing this brilliant recipe from another AIP friend, Erin Tuttle.  They look absolutely delicious! Print AIP Snickerdoodle Apple Tarts Nothing beats apple pie, right? Well, nothing except maybe apple pie with a snickerdoodle cookie crust. Combine that with the fact that these little guys are fun and easy to hold in your hand and eat,…

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AIP mixed fruit ice cream

Call it ice cream, call it sherbet, call it whatever you want, but, consider this one a keeper!  Its light, refreshing and was a huge hit at our 4th of July celebration-where most of our guests were non AIP.  Again, I am sorry for the terrible photo…but, all of us over here that are dairy…

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Hi, I'm Jen. I'm here to share my AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) cooking adventures and my journey living with Hashimoto's disease while raising five kids... {read more}

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