This site is curated by AIP experts Angie Alt and Mickey Trescott. You will find recipes, resources, and community when visiting this site. Recipes are contributed by many AIP experts. 

Try this recipe: AIP Italian Calzone

He Won’t Know It’s Paleo

Bre’anna Emmitt began eating Paleo and then AIP after her symptoms from Hashimoto’s and Celiac persisted. The best part of her story and the name of her blog comes from the fact that her husband didn’t know for six months that the meals that she was preparing were Paleo!

Try this recipe: Pigs In A Pillow 


All Day I Dream About Food

After gestational diabetes decided to stick around, Carolyn Ketchum discovered keto and has transformed and sustained her health. 

Try this recipe: Cobb Salad Bacon Cups  

The Castaway Kitchen

Cristina Curp has used nutrition to heal her autoimmune disease through paleo, AIP, and more recently keto templates. She is down to earth and so creative with recipes that are full of flavor made with accessible ingredients

Try this recipe: Beef and Broccoli Bowls with Sunshine Sauce


Against All Grain

Danielle Walker’s recipes are all gluten, grain and dairy free. Many are also AIP, SCD and GAPS friendly. I find myself referencing her site often as a reliable resource.

Try this recipe: Zucchini Bread

Allergy Friendly Crumbs

Macy Diulus has a variety of recipes on her site that she started at 16 after being diagnosed with several chronic illnesses. She found greater health through nutrition and happens to be one of our children J

Try this recipe: Grain Free Coffee Cake


A Couple Cooks

Sonja and Alex Overhiser are the couple behind this blog with wonderful whole food vegetarian recipes that are very Mediterranean minus the meat. Sonja lives with a rare form of leukemia – chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) and I first heard about their blog listening to her talk about her story on a podcast.

Try this recipe: Potato Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

Minimalist Baker

Dana Shultz shares “plant-based recipes requiring 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl, or 30 minutes or less to prepare.” There are many to choose from and it is fantastic to me how she manages to stick to that formula and create such beautiful, tasty recipes.

Try this recipe: Easy 2 -Ingredient Coconut Yogurt


Jay’s Baking Me Crazy

Jessica DeMay has many Whole 30 recipes to make your 30 days of elimination seem like you aren’t missing anything, from “Easy Oven Baked Meatballs” to “Paleo Chicken Fajita Bowl.” 

Try this recipe: Paleo Cauliflower Fried Rice

The Paleo Running Momma

Michele has more than Whole30 recipes on her site, but I found myself making many of her Whole 30 recipes the first time I did a Whole30 because 1) she has a ton of them and 2) they produce incredible food!

Try this recipe: Sausage Pizza Twice Baked Potatoes