This coconut-crusted chicken tenders with pineapple dipping sauce recipe is gluten-free, paleo and AIP-friendly.
photo: The Healing Kitchen
This quick and easy chicken recipe from The Healing Kitchen is perfect for a weeknight dinner. With less than 10 ingredients and a few minutes of hands on time, you'll have an AIP-friendly chicken fingers meal the whole family will love.
So what is AIP? It's a variation of the paleo diet called the Autoimmune Protocol that's designed to be nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory, and promote overall healing. This book by Alaena Haber of Grazed and Enthused and Sarah Ballantyne, The Paleo Mom, is the best introduction to AIP I've seen.
The Healing Kitchen takes you through an easy-to-understand explanation of the Autoimmune Protocol. It explains why certain foods are included or excluded from the diet. And includes visual guides and cheat sheets (like the one below) to help you remember which foods to eat, what to avoid, and how to put it all together.
There are 12 one-week meal plans with shopping lists, and over 175 Paleo Autoimmune Protocol recipes. Everything from breakfast favorites to snacks, mains, and desserts. Along with tips on shopping on a budget and batch cooking. Look inside the book to see the full table contents and sample sections.
Here's a sneak-peak recipe from The Healing Kitchen: 175+ Quick & Easy Paleo Recipes to Help You Thrive.
Recipe and photos reprinted with permission from The Healing Kitchen: 175+ Quick & Easy Paleo Recipes to Help You Thrive by Alaena Haber MS, OTR and Sarah Ballantyne, PhD (Victory Belt Publishing Inc.).