Ginger Lime Borscht (AIP, Paleo)

ginger lime borscht, soup, bowl

Some people love a beet soup that is rich and heavy on the cream. I love a beet soup that is light, tangy and fresh with just a hint of heat. Light enough for Spring, yet hearty enough for Winter, this Ginger Lime Borscht is a versatile, detoxifying, ruby-coloured soup that effortlessly covers the seasons while providing a mega-dose of nutrients to help you heal and sustain.

This soup is easily adapted to your personal palate by simply adjusting the flavour levels. For a cozy Winter indulgence, add a little extra ginger, lighten up on the lime juice, and add a good dollop of coconut cream. For a light Spring fling, go all in with the lime and leave the coconut cream for another shindig!

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Savoury Prosciutto Date Cups (AIP, Paleo)

prosciutto date cups

As featured in Freezer Cooking for the Paleo AIP!

Here is a twist on wrapped dates for your next soiree or snack attack. Inspired by the homely date square, and made deliciously moreish with sage and prosciutto, these little appetizers will be greeted with enthusiasm at your next potluck or AIP dinner party. These Prosciutto Date Cups also make a handy travel snack for some tasty protein on-the-go!

Bonus! They freeze so beautifully, you can make ahead and warm up when you’re ready. You will want these in your freezer every day of the year! Read more

NEW! Freezer Cooking for the Paleo AIP + Savoury Prosciutto Date Cups

Freezer book cover, chicken soup

I’ve been keeping some pretty exciting news under my hat for months now, and I am so excited to finally be able to share it with all of you! Today is the official launch day of the newest AIP Community E-Cookbook: Freezer Cooking for the Paleo AIP! Read more

Greek-Inspired Meatballs + Avocado Tzatziki (AIP, Paleo)

Who doesn’t love a good Greek-inspired spread? I’m pretty sure olives are a food group…right?

The Mediterranean has a reputation for being quite healthy despite their seemingly decadent eating habits (as does most of Europe). Much of that comes from the fact that they have adhered to their innate cultural wisdom surrounding both food and lifestyle. They interact with their food on every level, and more often than not commit to eating without distractions like screens or driving. They purchase fresh, local food, make many meals at home, enjoy time with family and time for rest. Read more