The Gutsy By Nature Meal Prep Method is the answer for those struggling to find enough time to cook nourishing AIP meals!
This resource for Meal Prep makes a daunting task easier and gives you the tools you need to succeed!

Check it out – training, shopping lists, directions and recipes to create great compliant meals!

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Global Paleo AIP Kitchen

AIP Paleo Recipes Packed With The Flavors Of The World

Designed with the home cook in mind, this book is your passport to the flavors of the world, all while staying 100% AIP elimination phase compliant.

Whether you’re craving Mexican, Italian or Indian or if you want to mix things up and try Thai/ Vietnamese foods, we’ve got you covered. Everything from carnitas to gyros and lasagna to fish and chips, it’s all here for you to enjoy!

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Eating for both nutrient density and the Autoimmune Protocol has never been so easy thanks to The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen!

In The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen, Mickey teaches you everything you need to know about eating like a nutrivore. You’ll start with a comprehensive tour of nutrients that are essential for both optimal health and deep healing. You’ll also get an overview of Autoimmune Protocol details, some creative ideas for affordably sourcing the highest-quality and most nutrient-dense ingredients, and tips for setting up your kitchen to cook whole foods.

In addition to the recipes you’ll find five sets of meal plans and shopping lists to quick-start your approach to eating for nutrient density. The seasonal meal plans focus on ingredients that are at their peak ripeness and availability in the spring or fall seasons, while the budget meal plan incorporates recipes with an eye for affordability.


AIP Made Simple

“The Autoimmune Protocol Diet is gaining attention as the top health-supportive diet for the 50 million people suffering from autoimmune conditions; however living the AIP way can feel confusing and overwhelming.

You may have no idea where to start and are overwhelmed by the seemingly endless list of foods to avoid and strict guidelines to adhere to — the reality is that you can do the AIP diet easily (and deliciously!)

Written by popular AIP blogger, Sophie Van Tiggelen, of A Squirrel in the Kitchen, The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook distills the complicated science and diet tenets found in other AIP books down to most practical, actionable, “need-to-know” information in the form of diet guidelines, 100 recipes, shopping lists, as well as simple tools and strategies for doing the AIP diet successfully.

This book makes AIP clear and understandable with short, succinct explanations of the different AIP approaches and 100 AIP-compliant recipes that are inventive and delicious — and don’t make you feel like you are eating on a restricted diet.”


AIP SAFARI – 25 AIP compliant travel-friendly recipes PLUS 25 pages of AIP travel tips.

“AIP Safari: Fast, Friendly Food for any Adventure.” This book combines two of my favorite things… food and travel. This book can be your’s for just $6 and is the perfect companion for all of your AIP travels, with all the recipes, tips and tricks that you need to stay AIP compliant wherever your journeys may take you.

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If you’re into batch cooking or want to get started this is a great resource.  You’ll find out what dishes work well for freezing and reheating which means you can get meals on the table quickly even on your busiest days.

120+ AIP freezer cooking recipes included for every meal of the day, with sections devoted to Breakfast, Appetizers & Snacks, Soups & Stews, Casseroles, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, and even Desserts!

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FODMAP Free AIP, aiprecipecollection.comThis book comes highly recommended by Angie Alt and Mickey Trescott of Autoimmune Wellness.

“FODMAPs is an acronym for fermentable carbohydrates found in common foods. FODMAPs stand for Fermentable Oligosaccharides (fructans and galactans), Disaccharhides (lactose), Monosaccharides (fructose), and Polyols (sugar alcohols). FODMAP intolerance means that fructose and other longer chain carbohydrates are difficult to break down and then ferment in the distal small intestine or in the large intestine and can cause symptoms like gas, bloating, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, excessive burping, depression, fatigue, headache and even decreased mental clarity aka “brain fog”.

The FODMAP Free Paleo menu includes 4 weeks of Autoimmune Paleo recipes for those needing to identify and remove FODMAPS that may be causing digestive distress. Easily apply the AIP minus FODMAPs with this delicious 4 week menu plan. This menu plan may also be applied for those with SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Now let’s get cooking!”


AIP Cookbook,“The AIP method can be challenging.  Some of the techniques for working with substitute items are labor-intensive, and ingredients may be pricey and hard to find. Idiot’s Guides: Autoimmune Cookbook is ideal for people with budget and time constraints. It sticks to quick, simple cooking techniques, as well as ingredients that shoppers can readily find. A glossary covers basic cooking terminology and technique. Information on stocking a pantry, meal plans, and shopping lists are also included.”


Healing Eats,“Every recipe is a balance of flavours and textures, as well as being easy, quick and straightforward to make. Your days of preparing special food just for yourself are over – with these recipes everyone will want to join in.

This 76 page e-book consists of 25 recipes, divided into five chapters: Healing Bowls, Healing Dishes, Healing Plates, Healing Treats and Healing Cups, and each recipe is focused on adding nutrients to the diet to aid the healing process.

All recipes are fully compliant with the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP), Paleo and Wahls Paleo diets, 20 of these recipes are GAPS/SCD friendly, 19 are Whole30 and a small number are low FODMAP and low histamine. All are labelled with the diets they are suitable for.”

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35 AIP meals that take 15 minutes or less to prep (aka 15mins of your time from counter to oven … then you relax).
Some are made in the oven, some are made in the slow cooker.

“This project came out of my need to make my AIP meals effortless. I wanted the oven to do the work, not me. I did not want to stand around the kitchen and tend to different pots cooking. I also did not want a lot of dishes to wash after preparing dinner. You will notice that these are simple, easy recipes that have no tricky ingredients in them. I maintained the starch, vegetable and protein component of traditional meals as well. This was helpful because the flavors stay separate and it is not like eating a casserole or stew every night.

Everything cooks in ONE dish. You can use a sheet pan, braising dish or a large cast iron skillet with a lid. (Read: EASY prep and hardly any cleanup!!)

This ebook is perfect for those on AIP who literally have no time or are frustrated by how long your AIP meals take. These recipes are easy, straightforward, contain no organ meats or unusual ingredients. You probably have half the ingredients in your fridge right now.

This is an uncomplicated collection of recipes. I used the oven for almost all of these, so now that summer is coming to a close, this ebook will be perfect timing for fall cooking. Fantastic for beginners or for those who have non-AIP eaters in your house.”


Here is the Table of Contents so you can see the names of the recipes:

7 Introduction
9 Useful Links to Ingredients
11 Preserved Lemons
12 One Pot Chicken and Brussels
13 Rosemary Shrimp Cauliflower “Risotto”
14 AIP Carnitas
15 Fennel Chicken
16 Slow Cooker Everyday Stew
17 Spinach Lemon Meatloaf 18 Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken with Grapes and Chard
19 Olive + Leek Bake
20 Apple Chutney Pork Chops!
21 Meatball Supreme
22 Delicata Squash with Bacon and Olives
23 Herbed Chicken with Sweet Potato
24 Saffron Scallop “Risotto”
25 Thyme & Truffle Chicken
26 Cauliflower Carrots and Yams
27 Asparagus and Lemon Bake
28 Tangerine and Olive Chicken
29 Bacon and Mushrooms
30 Mushrooms & Kale with Carrots
31 Turkey & Bacon Meatballs with Romanesco and Olives
32 Leek Stuffed Mushrooms with Butternut Squash
33 Turkey with Orange Zest Sweet Potatoes
34 Baked Leeks with Zucchini
35 Whole Chicken over Asparagus and Sweet Potatoes
36 Pork Loin with Apples & Carrots
37 Salmon with Fennel and Ginger
38 Turkey Meatballs with Broccolini and Beets
39 Bacon Olive Brussels Bake
40 Roasted Spring Onions with Zucchini
41 Roasted Avocado with Shrimp
42 Acorn Squash with Romanesco
43 Pork Meatballs with Fennel and Carrots