I’ve got your AIP Christmas recipes covered with this lot. How to AIP-ise and remove the stress from your Christmas cooking. AIP muggles won’t even know!
Christmas Mince Apple Crumble Tart is the magical result of what happens when you combine an apple crumble with a Christmas mince tart. Two evocative puds in one luscious – and AIP friendly – package. YUMMO!
You’d think the things living with a chronic and painful skin disease like Hidradenitis suppurativa would have been all bad. But they’re not. Some are good. Some are even very good…
How to stay sane over the holidays with the tips I actually use myself from my arsenal of healthy rituals and hacks. Especially for this crazy year that is both speeding by and taking its sweet time…
This rosemary-infused beet relish is the perfect addition to sliced meats (Christmas ham, anyone?) and frittatas. And, it’s a good way to get more gut-healthy beets in, too. No fancy ingredients required!
Action precedes motivation – One life-changing perspective. Really!
Might you have had it wrong all these years? Have you been thinking that motivation drives action?
We’re heading into the silly season. A time of added stress. So today, a nifty little technique that you can use whenever that feeling of overwhelm hits you (and you can do this anywhere). It’s one of my favourites.
Easy Christmas Kraut is the perfect festive addition to your holiday table. Festive and fruity with a little bit of spice. It’s simply YUM! (Makes for great Chrissie pressies, too)
One of my best-ever recipes, these herbed slow-cooked lamb shanks are RIDICULOUSLY GOOD! So good that you’ll want to make it again and again. And, it freezes beautifully! So good!
This LAMBtastic Shepherd’s pie with crispy leeks is a very tasty AIP=-friendly take on the original (mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes). It has oodles of vegetables and it’s a great way to use up leftover lamb AND gravy! YUM!