About the Recipe
When I share that I’ve been on an AIP (Auto-Immune Protocol) diet for over a year, I’m often met with a version of “I could never do that, it’s too hard and restrictive”. I’ve found the same with clients in my nutrition practice over the years — ways of eating like the Paleo diet, Whole 30 or AIP are often met with resistance regarding how difficult it would be to comply.
While it’s true that these diets (and they’re all slightly different) do “restrict” specific foods, names grains, dairy, beans/legumes, and sugars, that doesn’t mean these ways of eating need to be complicated.
Since undertaking the AIP diet, I tried dozens of foods that I had never had before in my life! I learned to prepare organ meats, I tasted new vegetables, I experimented with bone broths and spices. Elimination of even large groups of food from our diets does not have to equal deprivation! We are so lucky that, where we live, there is so much abundance and variety to be had!
These types of therapeutic diets also don’t need to be complicated. That’s what this recipe is about. Sometimes, a simple one-pan dinner is just what we need!
So, whether you’re just looking for a quick and easy dinner idea, or if you’re learning to comply with the Paleo, Whole 30 or AIP diet — this One Pan Chicken, Golden Cauliflower and Carrot Fries recipe is here for you!
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