AIP spatchcock smoked chicken

I am blessed to have friends that not only have a large family like I do (their 5 kids, plus our 5 kids makes for some super fun Sunday dinners), but, that also love to cook.  So, my friend Erik, brought over his smoker and we have been going to TOWN!  We’ve smoked pork, a…

Read More

AIP creamy white truffle and mushroom risotto

I was a bit skeptical about this one…but, it came together really fast, and had great flavors.  I had some leftover cooked bacon that I garnished it with, and I mean, who doesn’t love bacon?!  The white truffle oil is optional, my children definitely don’t appreciate it’s cost, but, it was amazing and decadent with…

Read More

AIP carob banana bites with a raspberry compote

Y’all, I can’t even tell you how proud I am of my daughter, Kyra.  This recipe was ALL her!  These are an AWESOME addition for a kids lunch, heck, it was awesome in MY lunch!!  These came together pretty fast and helped to get rid of a few of our overly ripe bananas, it’s a…

Read More

AIP bacon jam

Bacon Jam!  What’s not to love about that?  I love this because it keeps for a while in the fridge, and freezes really well.  You can use it as a dressing, or topping, or even a dip.  Sorry for the bad photo, but, it was the only photo I could get before we devoured it!…

Read More

AIP crispy honey and citrus glaze chicken wings

There’s nothing more American than eating wings and watching football!  Given that football season is quickly approaching (GO HAWKS), this is a good one to keep on hand. I typically make this glaze up in very large batches, as, not only is it super simple, but, it makes an amazing dressing, marinade, or sauce topping. …

Read More

AIP easy carne asada

If you want a quick and simple meat that you can cook on the fly, batch cook or just to impress your non AIP friends and family, this is great.  Often times, I can find flank steak on sale at my local grocery store, so, when that happens, I stock up!  We are a taco…

Read More

AIP pressure cooker leek and sweet potato soup

Did you ever have one of those moments where you were eating and you wished everyone else around you would just shut up?!  I had one of those moments with this one yesterday…the soup/sauce itself is super simple, but, its potential is nothing short of awesome!  My kids went back for seconds with this one!…

Read More

AIP beef tenderloin

Rich, tender, juicy and oh so elegant!  This is a family favorite around here when we get the chance to have such a fancy cut of beef (watch those sales!).  A good rule of thumb is to cook  your tenderloin for about 12-14 minutes per pound, if you’re wanting rare (that 125 degree internal temp) or…

Read More

AIP horseradish coleslaw

This is a great side addition to so many things, one of my personal favorites, is on my carne asada or pork belly tacos.  I also topped it on a hamburger patty with some roasted brussel sprouts with bacon, and yeah, that’s a winner too!  It comes together super fast and tastes even better the…

Read More

AIP Egg Roll in a Bowl with a Ginger Sauce

Egg roll in a bowl ALWAYS goes fast in our house, even when I make it into a soup!  This, went equally as fast, when we topped it with the sauce.  I put mine on top of riced broccoli and carrots and I couldn’t get enough of it!  This comes together really fast, so, if…

Read More

AIP Sweet Plantain tostone

I’m not sure what to call these, because there’s so much you can do here…it’s sweet bread, it’s a crust, it’s a breakfast tostone…you can call it whatever you want, but, it’s delicious! I made these kind of by mistake yesterday.  My hubby knows how excited I get when our grocery store gets a new…

Read More

What is AIP

I get asked a lot, where do I start?  What is AIP?  Is this compliant?  Why can’t we have this or that?  When can I start having this or that again?  These are all great questions. When I was first diagnosed with Hashimoto’s I had far more questions than answers, and, my GP was of…

Read More

About Jen

About Jen | AIP Cooking | Allergies | Natural Food Blog

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}