39 AIP Gelatin Recipes [Paleo, Autoimmune-Friendly, Egg-Free, Nut-Free, Dairy-Free]
You’ve probably already heard that gelatin is healthy for you – from healing digestive issues, improving hair and skin, to simply being a great source of protein. (And if you’re looking for a book with more general gelatin recipes and information about the health benefits of gelatin, then check out The Gelatin Secret here.)
However, in addition to all the potential health benefits that gelatin offers, it’s also a fantastic ingredient to have handy when you’re on an egg-free diet like AIP (paleo autoimmune protocol).
Gelatin (when mixed with a bit of warm water) can by used as a substitute for eggs in a variety of baked goods so that you can still enjoy delicious cookies or pancakes even if you can’t eat eggs.
These AIP gelatin recipes are also completely Paleo and gluten-free as well as egg-free, nut-free, and dairy-free! So enjoy these delicious recipes guilt-free.
Note – if you’re sticking strictly to AIP, then use alcohol-free vanilla in the recipes. Some of the recipes use carob powder as an AIP alternative to chocolate powder as well. And as always, if you don’t tolerate certain ingredients (even if they’re considered healthy, Paleo, AIP, or otherwise), stop eating it for a while and do some testing to ensure there aren’t any other underlying health problems.
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Table Of Contents For AIP Gelatin Recipes
- Jello or Jelly – AIP Gelatin Recipes
- AIP Smoothies Containing Gelatin
- AIP Breads and Baked Goods Containing Gelatin
- Gummies – AIP Gelatin Recipes
- Other AIP Gelatin Recipes
Grab a healthy treat with fresh strawberries and blueberries. This easy AIP dessert uses no sugar – it’s only sweetened with some pureed berries (all the fiber is in there too!). It’s also super easy to prepare and definitely satisfying.
– 20 Something Allergies
Ingredients: hibiscus tea, lemon juice, maple syrup, gelatin.
This is a unique blend contains lemon juice and maple syrup and is infused with hibiscus tea. It can help to reduce inflammation and soothe digestive problems while satisfying your sweet tooth.
– The Real Food Guide
Ingredients: mangoes, gelatin, water, coconut milk.
This healthy dessert is filled with tropical flavors. It’s easy to prepare and only uses four ingredients. This is a great dairy-free alternative for your AIP dessert cravings with a tropical twist.
– Primally Inspired
Ingredients: unsweetened fruit juice or fruit puree, beef gelatin, raw honey.
This healthy snack should be a staple in every home. You can make these simple jello snacks in a variety of flavors just by using different fruits.
– Rubies and Radishes
Ingredients: strawberries, water, maple syrup, lemon juice, gelatin.
This recipe is easy to make and requires little to no effort. Using fresh strawberries or strawberry puree, you can whip up this quick snack that’s not only good for you but also delicious.
– Eat Beautiful
Ingredients: blueberries, mint herbal tea, honey, gelatin, coconut cream, honey, vanilla.
This recipe combines some great flavors – blueberries and mint, and coconut and vanilla. But what’s even better is all the fun shapes and designs you can create using these two flavors (because they’re such different colors). Check it out for an AIP gelatin dessert recipe that’s both kid-friendly to eat and make!
– Paleo Flourish Magazine
Ingredients: coconut milk, blueberries, ice, carob powder, gelatin powder.
This high-protein blueberry smoothie is a fantastic way to start your day – it’s low in sugar while high in fats and protein. Give it a try for a super fast and easy AIP breakfast.
– Grass Fed Girl
Ingredients: coconut milk (full fat), strawberries, ice cubes, gelatin, honey.
By using gelatin in your smoothies, you can get your daily dose of protein without the often over-processed protein powders that protein smoothie recipes typically call for – add in some fresh strawberries and a splash of coconut milk and you’ve got a healthy and refreshing beverage.
– Healy Eats Real
Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real
Ingredients: full-fat coconut milk, pumpkin, gelatin, cinnamon, raw honey, coconut oil, avocado.
This AIP smoothie has tons of great fats as well as gelatin to get you going in the morning.
– It’s Me Charlotte
Ingredients: pumpkin puree, coconut milk, ice cubes, cinnamon, ginger, ground clove, maple syrup, salt, coconut butter, collagen.
While fall is the popular time to enjoy pumpkin dishes, you can savor the delights of this pumpkin spice milkshake any time of year. This fantastic AIP drink is full of spices and delicious ingredients, and the addition of collagen helps to make it thicker and more nutritious.
Enjoy the taste of freshly baked bread rolls even when you’re on AIP! These easy-to-make AIP dinner rolls are flavored with Italian seasoning for a fragrant taste. Enjoy with some coconut oil spread on top for a delicious (and low carbohydrate) addition to your meal.
– A Girl Worth Saving
Photo Credit: Kelly Bejelly from A Girl Worth Saving
Ingredients: water, gelatin, tapioca flour, coconut flour, sea salt, baking soda, palm shortening or coconut oil, apple cider vinegar.
Who doesn’t love pizza? And now with this AIP pizza crust recipe, you can enjoy pizza even if you can’t eat grains, eggs, or nuts! The gelatin helps hold everything together while the tapioca flour and coconut flour give you a satisfying “bread-like” taste without the grains.
– Paleo Flourish Magazine
Ingredients: bananas, coconut flour, baking soda, coconut oil, raw honey or maple syrup, gelatin.
These AIP banana pancakes are absolutely delicious! They take a bit longer to make than regular pancakes as they’re baked, but when you dig into these, you’ll love how soft and tasty they are. Drizzle with some maple syrup for an indulgent AIP breakfast.
– Cook It Up Paleo
Ingredients: green plantains, coconut oil, unflavored gelatin, tigernut flour, cassava flour, salt, baking soda, apple cider vinegar.
Bread is back on the menu with this AIP-friendly bread, which uses gelatin, coconut oil, plantains, and tigernut flour as its main ingredients. This bread is soft inside and crusty outer on the outside. It’s definitely something you’ll want to make over and over.
– Primal Palate
Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil, water, arrowroot flour, coconut flour, baking soda, dried rosemary, lemon juice, unflavored gelatin, garlic powder, sea salt.
Whip up these AIP breadsticks as a perfect appetizer or snack. They’re really easy to create, and you can add some rosemary, salt, and garlic powder on top to make them extra tasty.
– Pure and Simple Nourishment
Ingredients: green plantains, coconut milk, coconut oil, apple sauce, gelatin, coconut flour, baking soda, ground cinnamon, sea salt.
Pancakes are one of the most popular breakfast dishes, and you don’t have to miss out on them when you have an autoimmune condition with this delicious AIP pancakes recipe. This recipe uses plantains as its secret ingredient. Instead of using eggs, a gelatin egg is used instead to hold the pancake batter together.
– Civilized Caveman Cooking
Photo Credit: George from Civilized Caveman Cooking
Ingredients: bacon, garlic, thyme, yellow plantain, bacon fat, arrowroot starch, coconut flour, dried oregano, gelatin, apple cider vinegar, baking soda, sea salt, honey (optional).
Sink your teeth into these baked bacon biscuits. If the mention of bacon hasn’t piqued your interest, this dish also uses gelatin and plantains to get you a scrumptious AIP-friendly dish.
– The Coconut Mama
Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama
Ingredients: tapioca starch, coconut flour, salt, nutritional yeast (optional), dried rosemary (optional), dried oregano (optional), extra-virgin olive oil, gelatin, water.
Step-up your flatbread game and get yourself some good old fashioned pizza with an AIP-friendly twist. This amazing BBQ chicken pizza uses a cherry BBQ sauce and a crust made of tapioca starch, coconut flour, nutritional yeast, and gelatin. We are definitely wowed by this dish!
– The Real Food Guide
Ingredients: tapioca flour, coconut flour, sea salt, water, coconut oil, honey, banana, vanilla extract, coconut milk, pumpkin purée, honey, unflavored gelatin, cinnamon, ginger, cloves.
This AIP pumpkin pie is a fantastic addition to any holiday meal. Even though it’s completely egg-free and dairy-free, it’s still totally scrummy. And of course, it’s completely AIP-friendly because it uses gelatin as an egg-substitute.
– Real Food RN
Ingredients: coconut flour, baking soda, coconut milk powder, sea salt, gelatin, water, honey, coconut oil, lemon essential oil.
Lemon flavored confectionaries are always a great way to satisfy that sweet tooth. This recipe has no eggs, nuts, dairy or gluten to make sure it’s 100% AIP-friendly. And you’ll really taste that delicious lemon flavor as these cookies have lemon essential oil in them.
If you like Piña Colada, then this gummy gelatin snack is for you. This tasty treat, which is reminiscent of the tropical fruit drink it’s named after, can be enjoyed at any time. Keep some in your fridge for a quick snack.
– Butter Believer
Ingredients: orange juice, gelatin, honey, vitamin C powder, orange extract, vanilla, sea salt.
Get your daily dose of Vitamin C with these delicious sweet orange gummies.
– Paleo Flourish Magazine
Ingredients: tropical juice, gelatin powder.
With just 2 ingredients, this recipe forms the basis for a ton of different variations. Change the juice flavor up to create a ton of different gummies.
Using fresh fruit juice, honey, coconut cream and gelatin, you can make a creamy treat for you and your kids to enjoy. This tasty treat is a great source of protein, as well as a healthy snack that’s really easy to make.
Ingredients: strawberries, coconut water, lemons, lemon juice, honey (optional), gelatin powder, coconut oil.
This recipe combines fresh strawberries with lemon zest and lemon juice to create a delicious gummy snack. It tastes like a strawberry lemonade but has the added benefit of gelatin nutrition.
– Thank Your Body
Ingredients: fresh lemon juice or fresh orange juice, berries, honey, gelatin.
This tasty snack will delight both you and your kids. It uses raw honey as a natural sweetener, and you can even whip these up with just a few minutes of prep time!
This gummy snack uses fresh watermelon juice to provide a subtle sweetness. The lemon juice then provides a slightly sour flavor to counteract the sweetness. Have fun molding these tasty snacks into interesting shapes like gummy people!
– Plaid and Paleo
Ingredients: apple cider or juice, organic raw apple cider vinegar, gelatin.
Boost your nutrition with this apple cider vinegar gummy recipe – enjoy the health benefits of gelatin and apple cider vinegar in one easy snack.
Try delicious treats are infused with 2 amazing tropical flavors…coconut and mangoes. And if you prefer a slightly sweeter snack, then add in a little bit of honey as well.
– Phoenix Helix
Ingredients: unflavored gelatin, cinnamon, apple juice, raw honey.
If you’re looking for a healthier alternative for AIP holiday candy, then look no further. You’ll get a delicious dose of apples and cinnamon with these gummy candies. Cut or mold them into fun shapes for the holiday season.
Apple flavored desserts are a staple during the fall season. This dessert uses apple slices, coconut milk, maple syrup and a little lemon juice to give you an AIP-friendly alternative to apple pie.
Ingredients: water, gelatin, honey, vanilla extract, sea salt, food dye (optional).
Marshmallows made healthier! Take a bit of extra time and make these homemade AIP-friendly marshmallows for a delicious fresh flavor. You can also make these into different colors by adding natural food dye.
– Deliciously Organic
Ingredients: full fat coconut milk, unflavored gelatin, raw honey, vanilla extract, berries.
If you miss panna cotta, then this AIP version will save you! This creamy dessert uses coconut milk as a substitute to make it completely dairy free. Just add fresh seasonal berries and you’ve got an AIP dessert that you’ll want to enjoy over and over again.
This recipe uses frozen blackberries, honey, vanilla, and gelatin. All you’ll need is to mix the ingredients, bring it to a boil, and store in the freezer. This freezer jam is super easy to make, and it’s 100% AIP-friendly. Make sure to use alcohol-free vanilla extract if you’re sticking to a very strict version of AIP.
– Phoenix Helix
Ingredients: coconut milk, coconut oil, ginger, cloves, peaches, raw honey, alcohol-free vanilla, gelatin.
You can enjoy ice cream even on an AIP diet. This recipe uses a unique blend of peach and finely grated ginger to create a flavor profile you’ll love. And don’t worry if you don’t have an ice cream maker as this recipe also comes with instructions on how to use a freezer bag to make it
This is another dairy-free AIP panna cotta recipe, but this time it’s filled with zesty lemon flavors. Plan ahead if you’re going to make this recipe as it does require four hours to set in the fridge. Make sure to use alcohol-free vanilla extract if you’re sticking to a very strict version of AIP.
– Rubies and Radishes
Ingredients: gelatin, coconut milk, coconut cream, honey, vanilla, lime juice, lime zest, pomegranate, mint leaves.
And we’re not done with AIP panna cotta recipes yet…Arsy infuses this recipe with some holiday flavors by adding mint and pomegranate. Give this recipe a try for an AIP gelatin dessert that’s bound to impress. If you’re sticking to a strict AIP regimen, then either omit the vanilla extract or use an alcohol-free version.
– The Real Food Guide
Ingredients: coconut milk, gelatin, vanilla extract, maple syrup, cherries, coconut oil, carob powder.
This frozen treat uses the perfect combination of coconut, maple and fresh cherries. It’s a great way to cool off during hot, humid days. These popsicles also have a hint of chocolate flavor that comes from the carob powder.
Indulge in this classic frozen treat guilt-free. This AIP ice cream uses gelatin as an egg substitute and coconut cream so it’s 100% dairy-free. And as an added surprise, this AIP ice cream recipe also uses sweet potatoes to make the ice cream extra thick and tasty.
More Gelatin Recipes and Info
For more info and gelatin recipes, check out Sylvia’s book, The Gelatin Secret, here.