AIP Valentine’s Day Menu

AIP Valentines Day Menu

Holidays that center around food can be challenge if you’re new to the Autoimmune Protocol, especially Valentine’s Day. This pink and red holiday conjures up images of romantic candle-lit dinners, sparkling champagne, and chocolate covered strawberries. This definitely poses some challenges when you choose not to eat those things. While going out to eat is possible on AIP, It can feel like more of a challenge than it’s worth. So when you don’t eat chocolate or drink champagne, what else can you make this Valentine’s Day that still feels special? Babe, I’ve got you covered with this ultimate AIP Valentine’s Day Menu!

Whether you’re looking for a cozy breakfast in bed or a romantic candle-lit dinner, these menu ideas are a perfect way to celebrate the love between you and your partner or for the whole family!

Breakfast

AIP Herbal Coffee

Plantain Waffles (swap the grated apples with fresh raspberries and omit the fried apple topping for a pink Valentine’s Day treat)

Balsamic Roasted Strawberries to top the waffles

AIP Valentines Day Menu

Maple Glazed Bacon or regular uncured bacon

Lunch

Fruit Infused Water

AIP Chicken Gnocchi Soup or Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana

Zesty Strawberry Salad

Dinner

Cranberry Ginger Mocktail

Bacon Wrapped Dates

AIP Shrimp Scampi

Crispy Roasted Broccoli

Dessert

Carob Covered Strawberries

Raspberry Carob Truffles

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Jesse St. Jean

Jesse St. Jean

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