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Keto Lemon Garlic Ghee Salmon with Leek Asparagus Ginger Saute [Paleo, AIP]

Louise Hendon | May 26

Salmon is one of the easiest fish to find in the store and to cook at home.

Plus, salmon is packed with a ton of healthy fats as well as vitamins and minerals. So, if you’re looking for a nutritious Keto dinner, then give this easy recipe a try.

I served the garlic ghee baked salmon with a leek asparagus ginger saute, but you can also serve the salmon with a simple salad instead.

What’s great about this Keto recipe is that it’s a complete meal that can be made from scratch in just 30 minutes. (You have time to make the saute while the salmon is cooking in the oven.)

Even if your family isn’t on the Ketogenic diet, you can still enjoy this dish – it’s also Paleo and AIP-friendly.
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Keto Kale and Blueberry Salad Recipe [Paleo, AIP, Dairy-Free]

Louise Hendon | May 24

I love easy salads because I often have a salad with my meal and so I don’t want it to be a hassle to make. Salads are such a simple way to get more vegetables into your diet so give this salad a try as it could be a regular addition to your meals.

Plus this salad recipe is Paleo, ketogenic-friendly, and autoimmune-friendly (AIP), so you can enjoy this recipe whichever diet you’re on!

If you don’t have kale handy, then choose your favorite salad leaves instead.  And for the salad dressing, you can use a simple one like olive oil and lemon juice.
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Ketogenic Curried Chicken Salad Recipe [Paleo, Keto]

Louise Hendon | May 12

Curried chicken salads are one of my favorite dishes. They’re easy to make in advance and keep in the fridge until you’re hungry.

You can also make a large batch of curried chicken salads to eat as a snack or take to work with you for lunch.

They’re a really versatile dish – you can serve it in lettuce cups, on some keto bread, or if you’re not watching how many carbs you’re eating, then you can even add them on top of a baked sweet potato.

This is a low carb/ketogenic curried chicken salad recipe, but the more traditional curried chicken salad recipe adds a touch of sweetness using raisins.

For a more traditional curried chicken salad recipe that’s also Paleo, check out this recipe.
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Keto Garlic Spinach Saute Recipe [AIP, Paleo] – The Perfect Keto Side Dish

Louise Hendon | May 10

This Keto side dish is a really easy as well as nutritious recipe to make. Enjoy with some grilled meats for a quick Ketogenic dinner. Maybe serve it with this grilled marinated flank steak recipe.

Cooking spinach makes it healthier

Spinach contains a lot of vitamins and minerals (like vitamin A, vitamin K, magnesium and manganese), but you’re unable to absorb some of those minerals if you eat spinach raw.

This is because raw spinach has high amounts of phytates, which can act as an antinutrient preventing your from absorbing some of the good stuff in spinach.

Luckily, when you cook spinach like sautéing it, most of the phytates get deactivated so you end up with a delicious as well as a more nutritious dish.

Keto Garlic Spinach Saute Recipe Instructions

Step 1:

Place the avocado oil (or olive oil) into a sauté pan.

Step 2:

Add in the spinach. If all the spinach won’t fit into the pan at first, then add some of the spinach, wait for it to cook down, and then add the rest of the spinach in. Spinach cooks down a lot, so what may look like a lot of raw leaves will end up being a very small cooked portion.

Add in the spinach. If all the spinach won’t fit into the pan, then add some of the spinach, wait for it to cook down, and then add the rest of the spinach in.

Step 3:

When the spinach is all cooked down (the leaves look like they’re wilted), add in the chopped garlic and salt to taste. Sauté for 2 minutes more to get the garlic flavor into the dish. If you don’t have fresh garlic available, then you can use garlic powder instead.

Add in the spinach. If all the spinach won’t fit into the pan, then add some of the spinach, wait for it to cook down, and then add the rest of the spinach in.

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Garlic Spinach Saute [AIP, Paleo, Keto]

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  • Prep Time: 2 mins
  • Cook Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 7 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings
  • Category: Side
  • Cuisine: American


  • 2 Tablespoons avocado oil
  • 8-12 oz spinach
  • 4 cloves garlic, diced or minced
  • Salt to taste


  1. Place the avocado oil into a sauté pan.
  2. Add in the spinach.
  3. When the spinach is all cooked down (the leaves look like they’re wilted), add in the garlic and salt to taste. Sauté for 2 minutes more and then serve.


22 Divine AIP Ice Cream Recipes To Enjoy All Summer Long

Louise Hendon | May 5

Being on the AIP diet (autoimmune protocol) is tough! In particular, you have to give up so many delicious comfort foods and desserts – like ice cream!

​Eggs and dairy are two non-AIP ingredients that you’ll commonly find in ice cream recipes. So what can you do?

Luckily, there are AIP ice creams you can eat. We’ve scoured the web and found a bunch of divine AIP ice cream recipes you can make at home. And don’t forget that these are also all dairy-free and Paleo ice cream recipes and many are even vegan-friendly. So enjoy them for a healthy treat no matter which diet you’re on.

We’ve also added in some autoimmune-friendly popsicle and bonbon recipes for you to try too. You can enjoy these delicious cold treats without worrying that it’ll break your diet or make your autoimmune symptoms flare up.​ (Of course, if you know you’re sensitive to an ingredient, you should still avoid it even if it’s AIP-compliant.)

You can get this entire list of AIP ice cream recipes emailed to you as a PDF by clicking the green button below or use the table of contents to jump around this post.

How can AIP ice creams be creamy without dairy or eggs?

That’s what I thought when I first came across ice cream on the autoimmune protocol. But autoimmune-friendly ingredients like coconut cream, bananas, plantains, sweet potatoes, and even mangos can provide a ton of creaminess in these AIP ice creams.

How do you make AIP ice cream?

In general, most of these AIP recipes will turn out better if you use an ice cream maker. It’ll also save your arm a lot of stirring, but you can make many of these recipes just in a bowl – put it into your freezer and remember to stir the ice cream often so that it doesn’t just freeze as one big ice block.

For many of the frozen fruit recipes, they are magical and can often be made in just a few minutes in your blender and ready to eat.

So give these recipes a try – they’ll keep you cool in the summer heat and put a smile on your face.

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25 Paleo Liver Recipes You’ll Enjoy Even If You Don’t Like Liver!

Louise Hendon | May 3

Organ meats like liver are some of the most nutritious foods in the world. That’s why pretty much every Paleo expert (including us) suggests you try to add more Paleo liver recipes into your diet.

However, for many of us, the taste of liver is really not that appetizing. And so it can be all too tempting to just give it a miss.

That’s why we’ve put together this list of 25 Paleo liver recipes. They’ll nourish your body and satisfy your tastebuds!

You’ll find traditional recipes like Paleo chicken liver and onions and Paleo liver pate recipes. But you’ll also find innovative liver saute, burger, and chili recipes that can hide the taste of liver really well.

We hope some of these healthy liver recipes will make it onto your dinner table soon!

You can download this entire list of Paleo liver recipes by clicking the green button below or you can use the table of contents to jump to the section you want.

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Don’t want to cook liver?

I know, it’s a bit gross cooking liver if you’re not used to it. So if you want to get all health benefits of liver without the hassle of buying and cooking it, then I highly recommend trying Perfect Supplement’s Desiccated Liver.

It’s a whole-food supplement that can help boost your nutrient intake and energy. It’s nature’s vitamin tablet!

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Mini Paleo Burgers Recipe [Keto, Low-Carb, Grain-Free]

Louise Hendon | May 1

Don’t miss out on burgers when you’re on the Paleo diet. This mini Paleo burgers recipe is easy to make and can be a great appetizer or entree.

The buns use my Paleo microwave bread recipe and are super fast to make. And if you want to add in additional seasoning to the burgers or the buns, then feel free. This Paleo burger recipe is just for the basic burger and bun.

I like serving this dish simply with mustard and some pickles to keep it low carb and keto-friendly.

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29 Marvelous AIP Chicken Recipes

Louise Hendon | April 28

Chicken is the most popular meat in the US and accounts of almost half of all meats bought in the UK. So, we couldn’t let all of you on AIP (paleo autoimmune protocol) go without AIP chicken recipes.

We have a ton of delicious AIP chicken recipes lined up for you below. From traditional gut-healing chicken soups to delicious chicken fingers and orange chicken recipes, we’ve really got you covered here.

This way, you can spend your time healing your autoimmune condition by eating healthy and delicious foods rather than scouring the internet for recipes that are AIP-compliant!

Check our handy table of contents below to jump to a specific category of AIP chicken recipes you want to browse through or else download this entire list by clicking the green download button below.

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54 Ketogenic Dessert Recipes To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Louise Hendon | April 27

You’re excited by the ketogenic diet, but you just can’t survive with some desserts? Don’t worry – we’re here to help! Check out this giant list of delicious ketogenic dessert recipes we’ve compiled.

We’ve got everything from ketogenic cookies to mint chocolate chip ice cream!

Just 2 quick notes before you jump into these delicious dessert recipes…

Sweeteners and Dairy in Keto Dessert Recipes

  1. Many of the keto recipes use some form of non-caloric sweetener to make these desserts sweet. While we think it’s better to avoid all sweeteners on a ketogenic diet, it’s clearly not possible when it comes to creating desserts. We try to stick to pure stevia as our preferred non-caloric sweetener.
  2. None of these recipes contain dairy other butter or ghee. If you tolerate dairy ok, then feel free to use butter, but if you don’t tolerate dairy, then try to use cultured ghee instead as this removes most of the lactose and casein from butter (and so it’s not as problematic for most people).

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Paleo Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff Recipe [Keto, Dairy-Free]

Louise Hendon | April 26

I love slow cooker (crockpot) recipes because they’re so easy to prepare. And this slow cooker beef stroganoff recipe is no different!

Just add the beef and vegetables to the slow cooker and let this magical device do its thing. If you don’t have a slow cooker yet, then I highly recommend getting one with a temperature setting like this one.

They’re also amazing for making bone broth with, but if you don’t have any homemade broth ready, then just use store-bought beef broth. For a really healthy version, just beef bone broth like this one from Kettle & Fire.

When the beef is tender and flavorful, add in the coconut cream (to keep it dairy-free), the delicious Dijon mustard that really makes this dish, the parsley for garnish, and salt to taste.

And then to serve, instead of the traditional grain-filled noodles or the carb-heavy rice, you can use zucchini noodles or cauliflower rice.

Enjoy for a super nutritious and hearty Ketogenic (low carb) and Paleo dinner.

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