Roasted Sweet Potato Salad {AIP, Whole30, Paleo, coconut free}

Roasted Sweet Potato Salad from - paleo, AIP, whole30 and allergy friendly. Dairy, egg, nut and coconut free.

Those of you who are carb-averse, I shall give you fair warning to avert your eyes from this post! Because it has plenty o’ carbs, what with it featuring my recipe for an AIP-friendly sweet potato salad. I’ve made a paleo No Mayo Potato Salad here before, but that was back in the days when I […]

Paleo Pea Soup {aip, Whole30}

Paleo Pea Soup (no legumes!) from - AIP, Whole30 & Dairy Free

I know, I know, peas ain’t paleo. Or Whole30 friendly. Because, legumes. But no legumes were harmed in the making of this soup! One of my habits at the end of the week is to go through my fridge and gather up any veggies hiding at the back of the crisper draws and whip up […]

Four Greens Pesto {AIP, paleo, Whole30}

Four Greens AIP Pesto from - paleo, Whole30 & dairy free

The original version of this AIP pesto was a complete accident. Mr Meatified was kind enough to do the grocery shopping run – we live about an hour away from stores, so this is no small volunteering effort! – and came home with the saddest looking mixed bag of arugula and spinach ever. It didn’t […]

Berry Fizz Mocktail {Paleo, AIP}

Berry Fizz Mocktail with tart cherry, pomegranate and raspberry from {Paleo, AIP}

This Berry Fizz Mocktail reminds me a little of sangria, except without the not-so-nice aftereffects of day drinking. It uses a combination of tart cherry juice, pomegranate juice and fresh raspberries and lime – finished off with a some sparkling water for fizz – to create a not-too-sweet, refreshing summer drink with just a hint […]

Speedy Salmon Salad {Paleo, AIP & Whole30}

Simple Salmon Salad from with artichokes, olives, arugula and capers. Paleo, AIP, Whole30, dairy & egg free.

This simple salmon salad is one of my favorite ways to spruce up a pantry staple, since I almost always have the ingredients to hand. It’s a great recipe template to have stashed in your summer rotation because all you need to do is a quick chop of arugula, artichoke hearts and olives and then […]

21 AIP Popsicle Recipes!

Creamy Honeydew Popsicles with Lime from #paleo #autoimmunepaleo #glutenfree

Nothing says “summer time is here!” to me more than a refreshing, fruity frozen treat! So here’s a little gift from me to you: 21 AIP popsicle recipes that you can enjoy this summer with minimal effort, with everything from coconut water to fudgsicles included! If you’re in the market for a traditional popsicle mold, this […]

Shrimp Ceviche with Peach & Arugula {AIP, Whole30, Paleo}

Shrimp Ceviche with Peach and Arugula {AIP, Whole30 & Paleo} from

This one goes out to all the cilantro haters! One of Mr Meatified’s favorite things to eat in these summer months is shrimp ceviche. And given that my kitchen regularly registers over 100F during the summer, I’m more than happy to oblige him with a big batch, since it’s not going to heat up my kitchen and […]

Creamy Cod & Shrimp Chowder {AIP, Whole30, Paleo}

This Creamy Cod & Shrimp Chowder is totally dairy free and compliant with both AIP & the Whole30. Check out the recipe at!

I will freely admit that I am one of those people who can eat hot soup all-year-round. But before you’re all like, “but Raaaaaach, who wants to eat shrimp chowder in Juuuuuuune?!”, hear me out: this soup tastes just as good chilled as it does when you first take it off the stove. This soup […]

Chicken & Bacon Bites with Green Onion & Sage {AIP}

Chicken & Bacon Bites with Green Onion & Sage |

If you want a portable, protein packed snack or lunchbox addition, these Chicken & Bacon Bites from Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook are where it’s at! I love this recipe: it only uses a handful of ingredients and yet is packed full of flavor. The bacon gives a lovely subtle, smoky flavor and does double […]

Creamy Pulled Pork Soup {AIP}

Creamy Pulled Pork Soup from (AIP, Whole30, Paleo, Coconut Free)

Last weekend, I scored a great deal on a piece of pork shoulder. Since I hadn’t planned on taking home a big slab of pork, I decided the easiest thing to do was to cook it up slowly to make pulled pork so that we had plenty of emergency protein to hand throughout the week. […]