This immune-boosting vegan mushroom onion soup is delicious, fast, gluten-free, and vegan AIP friendly! And it’s so easy to make!
Vegan bacon is the holy grail for many vegans, and this easy, fast, and tasty vegan bacon recipe will fill that need! Plus it’s super-good for you!
Homemade coconut butter, also known as manna and puree, is vegan, gluten-free, rich, and delicious! And it’s so easy to make! Here’s how.
So you’re a vegan or vegetarian, and have been told or decided that you have to (or should) follow the AIP diet. Welcome to our world. Here you will find resources, lists of foods you can have and foods to avoid, and vegan AIP-friendly recipes.
So you’re a vegan or vegetarian doing the AIP diet (congratulations on taking this step to take control of your health!). Here’s what you need to know.
You may be wondering “what can I eat on the vegan AIP diet”? Here is a list of foods allowed on the Vegan AIP (the vegan autoimmune or anti-inflammatory protocol diet).
This recipe for homemade coconut milk uses only two ingredients, is delicious, and is super-easy to make! Plus it’s vegan AIP compliant!
Colorful, Nutritious Vegan and Gluten-Free Borscht is Perfect For a Winter’s Evening and Vegan AIP Friendly!
If you’ve been avoiding beets due to unpleasant childhood memories, we implore you to reconsider and try this sweet but hearty soup. It’s inexpensive, delicious, easy to make, and your kitchen will smell amazing!
Vegan, Gluten-Free Cauliflower/Celery Root Mash is Like Mashed Potatoes, Only Better and Vegan AIP Friendly!
Winter is a wonderful time for this nourishing dish. It’s creamy and filling, like mashed potatoes, but much yummier and more nutritious! Brewer’s yeast, cauliflower, and celery root are packed with vitamins, and the flavor is slightly sweet, with a bit of a tang.
This recipe for Thai-inspired coconut ginger lime soup is quick, easy, delicious, and low calorie to boot! It can be made on the stove top or in the Instant Pot!
Recipe for Brahmastra Juice (Indian Ayurvedic Cold Killer Remedy), the Science Behind It and How to Make it Vegan AIP Friendly – Stove Top and Instant Pot
What is Brahmastra juice? This Indian ayurvedic cold remedy will relieve your congestion, clear out your sinuses, and set you on the path to recovery! Below is the recipe both for stove top Brahmastra juice, and Instant Pot Brahmastra juice!
This tasty Instant Pot gluten-free vegan blueberry topping is perfect for dairy-free yogurt and ice cream, smoothie bowls, oatmeal, and toast. Fresh or frozen blueberries can be used, but fresh ones might require a bit more maple syrup to taste. Make a batch of this sweet topping to keep in the refrigerator for quick breakfast and dessert additions!
This applesauce is so easy to make and eat, you’ll never buy store-brand again! The Instant Pot makes it a breeze without heating a hot stove and watching the applesauce boil. Choose apples that are in season for the best flavor, and feel free to mix up the types of apples for unique combinations. Add in a little agave if you have apples that might not be as flavorful, on-season, or if the apples are more tart, like Granny Smith green apples. More often than not, though, the apples are so sweet on their own that you don’t need any additional sweeteners!
Instant Pot Gluten-free Vegan Lemon Brussels Sprouts with Slivered Almonds (and Easy to Make Vegan AIP Friendly)
This yummy vegetable dish is quick and easy to put together. The brightness of the lemon flavor is extremely tasty with the toasted almonds! A great summer side dish of green vegetables with a satisfying crunch. Feel free to substitute toasted pine nuts in place of the almonds, as they also can add a nutty, creamy flavor to the overall dish. Avocado oil is a tasty oil with a high smoking point and healthy fats. There are a number of good reasons to include avocado oil when eating vegetables – it may increase the absorption of antioxidants and nutrients as well as being naturally anti-inflammatory! If you don’t have any on hand, olive oil also works well as a substitute.
These Instant Pot Gluten Free Vegan Perfectly Baked Sweet Potatoes are easy to make and don’t take an hour to bake. Enjoy the health benefits of sweet potatoes, as they are rich in fiber and antioxidants, without even having to cut them up. If you want mashed sweet potatoes, cook them a bit longer in the Instant Pot instead of the last few minutes in the oven – the skins peel off easily and allow for an easy mash. Make a bunch of baked potatoes and serve as a side or use for a potato bar. On busy nights, pop these in the Instant Pot and your vegetables are deliciously and healthfully steamed!
This instant pot gluten-free vegan multiple berry jam has all-natural sources of sugar and tastes divine on toast, mixed in yogurt, or a dollop on a smoothie bowl. Gone are the days of watching your jam bubble on the hot stove! The ease of this simple mix will have you making it as a weekly staple.
When we think of sweet potatoes, we usually envision Thanksgiving dinner. However, this vitamin-packed, naturally sweet vegetable is great during any season. Did you realize that sweet potatoes are high in fiber, and filled with vitamin C, potassium, vitamins B3, B5 and B6, copper and magnesium? They’re one of the most nutritious foods you could ever place inside your mouth. And so good! If you have leftover applesauce, this recipe is a great way to utilize it.
Early spring can be frustrating. Sometimes the temperatures are warm, but then they suddenly plummet, making you wonder if warm weather will ever arrive. Soup is a wonderful staple for chilly nights, as it comforts your heart and warms your belly. We love this delightful vegan cream of broccoli variety—thick, nourishing, inexpensive, and easy to make. Your kitchen will smell wonderful, and you won’t mind holding onto winter just a little bit longer.
This delicious butternut squash soup is easy to make, vegan, and can be made vegan AIP friendly!
We’ve been excited to get our hands on the Conscious Cleanse book ever since we heard about it. The cleanse isn’t the kind you may be used to, where you feel deprived, and end up hungry and miserable. What it does do is take certain foods out of your diet that you may not even realize you are reacting to, so that you have a full picture as to how your body reacts to those foods.