10+ Convenient AIP and Paleo Holiday Treats

10+ AIP Paleo Convenience treats for the holidays

Its that time of year where we all want to indulge. We may have visions of baking the days away,  making gingerbread houses and curling up with cups of hot cocoa, and while there are a lot of great AIP and Paleo recipes out there for all of those occasions, few are terribly convenient.

If you’re like me (Samantha), and you are spending the holiday season balancing small children, work, traveling and other obligations, you may be looking for a way to treat yourself and your family without actually having to do a lot of extra work.

Thankfully, we live in a time where there are actually some convenient treat options out there that fit within the boundaries of a healing diet. So, remember that a treat is just that, a treat, but go ahead and safely indulge during this festive time of year!

10+

 

AIP Compliant Treats

Paleo Angel Orange Cranberry Power Balls

Paleo Angel Snickerdoodle Power Balls

Sweet Apricity:

  • Sea Salted Caramels
  • Marshmallows (Carob, Peppermint, Pumpkin Spice, Vanilla)
  • Sea Salted Caramel Sauce
  • Gingerbread Caramel Sauce

Vital Proteins Gingerbread Collagen Creamer

Carob Delight Slim Mint Cookies 

Carob Chunk Cookies

 

Limited Reintro/Paleo Treats

Almond Milk Eggnog (Almonds and nutmeg)

Taza Eggnog Hot Chocolate (Cocoa, nutmeg, cane sugar)

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Jesse St. Jean

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