I am so pleased to be able to share this recipe with you today for autoimmune paleo dinner rolls. I also discuss the concepts of nutrition vs nourishment and where these rolls fit into your health journey. I truly hope you can enjoy eating these this holiday season and that they make your life seem a little bit more normal :-)
Have you thought about going on the autoimmune protocol (AIP), but feel intimidated to get started? My roommates and I have been on an AIP challenge for Lent. We're halfway through now, and we've all decided to each share our perspective on what it has been like. We are all busy folks who LOVE to eat - seriously, we have to eat good food or we are just not happy people. Come read what we've learned in just over 2 weeks on a strict AIP + leaky gut protocol.
I created these Colombian-style arepas for the autoimmune protocol so that my roommates, husband, and I weren't stuck eating tostones every morning with breakfast as our sole starch option. My roommates are from Venezuela, so they know how to spot a good arepa! These turned out more like their neighbor Colombia's traditional arepas since they are flat, crispy, and perfect for topping with your favorite protein. Even when we all finish our Lenten AIP challenge, these are gonna remain a staple for us for breakfast! Hope you enjoy them as much as we have :)
It's totally natural for us to crave non-paleo foods that used to be staples, especially the made-from-scratch-and-lots-of-love, culturally-relevant recipes. Southern-style biscuits are a perfect example - one that I've missed dearly since going paleo 5 years ago. Thanks to Kelly at The Nourishing Home, authentic Southern-style biscuits are back on the menu for me again! Check out this recipe from her cookbook Everyday Grain-Free Baking and get a sneak peek inside this gem of a book!