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One of the positive aspects of following the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) is the feeling of support in the AIP community. I would never have gotten so far without being able to share my feelings, recipes, and also communicate with other fellow AIP-ers, especially the AIP bloggers.
Eating on the AIP requires a lot of opening up of one’s mindset towards meals, and having community support allows one to expand their repertoire of AIP-friendly meals. It’s with this same spirit that has resulted in the fruition of the newest project for the AIP community – I’m happy to announce that 26 fantastic AIP bloggers have come together under the guidance of Eileen Laird, author of the site Phoenix Helix, to bring us a brand new cookbook dedicated to the one very common question asked when a person embarks on their AIP journey: ‘What’s for breakfast?’.
If you’re nodding your head in agreement, you’ll be glad to know that this cookbook will put an end to the times when you’re doing meal planning for the week and the breakfast slots always end up being the last to be penned in!
The cookbook ’85 Amazing AIP Breakfasts’ is a 114 page printable e-book aligned with The Paleo Approach featuring simple-to-create recipes covering a range of categories:
- Pancakes and other treats
That means that every recipe is fully AIP-compliant and there’s no need for you to figure out what ingredients to substitute or omit as they all yield delicious results! If you’re on additional dietary requirements such as low-FODMAPs. GAPs/ SCD, low-histamine or coconut-free, you would be glad to know that more than half of the recipes are modifiable.
I have contributed 3 recipes especially for this breakfast cookbook, one of which is a breakfast staple for many! Yes, this is herbal ‘coffee’, which is totally AIP-friendly!
I’m not into black coffee but I love the aroma of full-bodied coffee, and my husband is a total coffee aficionado! When I created this recipe I knew I had high standards to meet and told myself it would not go into the cookbook if it didn’t get his seal of approval. He not only enjoyed it, he actually told me he would cut down on his coffee intake and replace it with my herbal ‘coffee’ recipe. This coming from the guy who drinks his coffee black without sugar and used to down 12 mugs a day!
I’m excited to share this recipe as a sampler of what’s available in ’85 Amazing AIP Breakfasts’:
- 1 tablespoon roasted dandelion root
- 1 tablespoon roasted chicory root
- 1 tablespoon carob powder
- 1 date, pitted
- 3 cups water
- Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan and bring to a boil.
- Lower heat and allow the mixture to simmer for 5 minutes.
- Remove from heat, strain and serve.
The cookbook costs $12.95 and may be purchased by clicking on the link below.
Thank you for your support!
Update on 08 January ’15 – The ingredients can be bought at Amazon.com, I’ve included the links here: