AIP Spring Round Up – 30+ Seasonal Recipes

I love the spring. The weather is warmer, the sun is out longer, and the world in general just feels like it’s taking a deep breath and exhaling new life. Don’t you think? The spring has often been a time of big changes or new beginnings for me. It’s like everything just wakes up from hibernation, ready to take on something new. One of my favorite things about spring is a whole new variety of beautiful foods that come available. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good sweet potato or pot roast recipe, but there is something about the freshness and colors of spring veggies that feels revitalizing!

Eating seasonally has several benefits: 1) It limits the possibility of developing food intoleranc

Citrus Herb Meatballs (AIP/Paleo)

es or sensitivities. When we eat the same foods over and over again our bodies can develop intolerances or sensitivities due to a lack of nutrient diversity. 2) It increases our nutrient diversity. When we strive to eat seasonally, we naturally cycle through different fruits and vegetables throughout the year automatically increasing our nutrient variety and density. Eating seasonally also makes it easier to buy produce from local farmers or markets, increasing the mineral diversity of your fruits and veggies since they are most likely being grown in less nutrient-depleted soils.

 

 

Beverages

Mint Lime-Aid – AIP Sisterhood

Strawberry Lemonade Kombucha – AIP Sisterhood

 

Mains

Citrus Herb Meatballs – AIP Sisterhood

Chicken & Spinach Stuffed Sweet Potato Skins – AIP Sisterhood

Instant Pot Mango Chicken – AIP Sisterhood

Lamb Ribs with Rhubarb – Real Food and Love

Orange and Honey Glazed Ham – AIP Sisterhood

Pineapple Avocado Salmon – AIP Sisterhood

Shrimp and Asparagus Risotto – AIP Sisterhood

Slow Cooker Beef & Broccoli – AIP Sisterhood

Slow Cooker Hawaiian Pork Chops – AIP Sisterhood

Slow Cooker Orange Ginger Pork – AIP Sisterhood

 

Vegetables/ Sides

Apple Cabbage Slaw with Zesty Citrus Dressing – AIP Sisterhood

Carrot Confetti Salad – Real Food and Love

Carrot Souffle – AIP Sisterhood (Stage 1 Reintro)

Cauli-Leek Mash – AIP Sisterhood

Grilled Asparagus with Lemon Herb Sauce – Gutsy by Nature

Honey Balsamic Roasted Carrots – AIP Sisterhood

Orange & Brussels Sprout Salad – AIP Sisterhood

Pickled Radishes with Ginger & Garlic – Gutsy by Nature

Sauteed Collard Greens & Apples – AIP Sisterhood

Slow Cooker Cabbage with Bacon – AIP Sisterhood

Sweet Potato and Mango Salad – Real Food and Love

Zucchini & Red Cabbage Slaw – AIP Sisterhood

 

Soups

Asparagus & Garlic Scape Soup – Gutsy by Nature

Chicken Asparagus Soup – Phoenix Helix

Sausage, “Potato”, & Spinach Soup – AIP Sisterhood

Slow Cooker Chicken Soup – AIP Sisterhood

 

Snacks

Mint Grapefruit Gummies – Real Food and Love

Very Berry Gut Healing Gummies – AIP Sisterhood

 

Sauces/ Dips

Carrot Ginger Sauce – AIP Sisterhood

Strawberry Jam – AIP Sisterhood

Mini Strawberry Shortcakes (AIP/Paleo)

 

 

Desserts

Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Creamy Maple Frosting – AIP Sisterhood

Easter Basket Cookies – AIP Sisterhood

Mini Strawberry Shortcakes – AIP Sisterhood

Strawberry Crumb Bars – AIP Sisterhood

Strawberry Sorbet – AIP Sisterhood

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Jesse St. Jean

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