Here’s an epic list of AIP Winter Recipes. They all recipes include AIP friendly ingredients that are in season right now! Eating seasonal produce helps keep your winter menu interesting AND healthy.
What is the best food for winter?
I prefer hearty, warming foods during the winter. AIP soup recipes or any AIP approved recipe using seasonal produce is fantastic during the colder months.
Eating seasonal produce that is also AIP friendly is the best way to ensure that you are getting a variety of nutrients. It also keeps you from getting bored. When you think you just can’t stomach another acorn squash, spring arrives and something new shows up at the market.
What fruits and vegetables are in season right now? Here’s your AIP approved seasonal produce guide.
- Brussel Sprouts
- Celery Root (also known as celeriac)
- Turnips or Rutabagas
- Sweet Potatoes and Yams
- Citrus Fruit (Grapefruit, Oranges, Lemons, Limes)
- Winter Squash (pumpkin, butternut, acorn, spaghetti, etc.)
- Swiss Chard
- Collard Greens
AIP Drink Recipes
All of these drinks use seasonal produce and are AIP approved.
AIP Soup Recipes
These AIP Soup Recipes will keep you warm all winter long.
AIP Approved Snacks Sauces and Condiments
Snacks, sauces and condiments make the AIP diet a lot more fun. It’s especially delicious when using AIP approved seasonal produce.
AIP Friendly Salad
Just because it’s wintertime doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy an AIP Friendly Salad.
AIP Compliant Side Dishes
AIP Compliant Side Dishes are heavily focused on pumpkin, leafy greens and other yummy seasonal veggies.
AIP Approved Main Dishes
These AIP Approved Main Dishes are the showstoppers of your meal.
AIP Dessert Recipes
These AIP Dessert Recipes will definitely satisfy your pumpkin spice loving sweet tooth!
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