I used to be a die-hard slow cooker fan, and I still love my slow cookers. But I’ve recently started loving the Instant Pot (an easy-to-use and multi-functional pressure cooker).
If you don’t have one of these yet, then I highly recommend getting one from Amazon here – it’s a great investment! Then, use your Instapot to try these delicious Paleo pressure cooker recipes.
There are 64 pressure cooker recipes to try, and we’ve grouped them by meat type to help make your meal planning a bit easier. There’s even a handy table of contents to make jumping from section to section easier.
These spinach basil chicken meatballs are delicious and healthy. It’s autoimmune protocol-friendly (AIP) and if you omit the sauce, they are also keto-friendly.
Plus, if you’re always trying to get yourself (or your kids perhaps) to eat more spinach, then this is a really easy and tasty way.
Serve for dinner or as an appetizer.
I know how tough being on the autoimmune protocol (AIP) can be, so hopefully this giant list of AIP Dessert Recipes will make life a bit easier for you!
I know some of you also have coconut allergies or you’re just tired of eating too much coconut products to replace everything else, so there’s a dedicated list of coconut-free AIP dessert recipes as well below.
I’ve worked really hard to ensure everything is 100% AIP-compliant, but my eyes were going dizzy trying to check through so many ingredient lists, so if there are any errors then please send us an email at email@example.com to let us know. Thanks!
I was feeling a bit tired a few days ago and fearing that I had a cold coming down, I quickly made some nourishing Paleo chicken noodle soup. It’s just one of those foods that’s so comforting to eat!
Of course, instead of regular noodles, I used Paleo noodles – in this case zucchini noodles, which are really easy to make and taste really good in this soup.
I was planning to make a Paleo Thai iced tea, but I realized I was out of some spices, so instead I ended up making this coconut iced tea latte (quite delicious!).
Plus, this recipe is AIP-compliant. (Read more about AIP here.)
This recipe is so easy – and it’s AIP-friendly too!
There’s a Chinese CSA type program in the Bay Area, and we’ve been able to pick up super fresh whole fish to steam!
Make sure to throw away the sauce the fish is steamed in and serve with fresh sauce and newly sautéed ginger and scallions.
I bought some lemon thyme (a lemony-tasting thyme plant as the name suggests) from Whole Foods a few months ago and it’s been flourishing in the garden despite the drought here.
And since it’s been so hot in California over the past few weeks, I thought some lemon thyme infused iced tea would help cool things down a bit. And if you prefer a sweet-tasting iced tea, then try the plum infused tea recipe here.
My mum’s plum tree went crazy this year, and we had plums everywhere. If you open the fridge, there’s a whole bucket full of juicy plums, and if you walk outside, you have to be careful not to squish any plums that rolled onto the ground!
So, to help her eat her delicious plums, I’ve been devising new recipes using them.
This plum infused iced tea is superb for the summer months – plus it’s simple and gives a nice twist to your typical iced teas.