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15 Best Autoimmune Paleo Recipes To Try Today

When you are on an AIP paleo diet, there are days when it can feel really stressful trying to come up with meals in the kitchen.

You have to make sure that whatever you are cooking isn’t going to cause inflammation or any other problems associated with your autoimmune disorder, and this can be really overbearing. 

Autoimmune Paleo Recipes To Try Today

Luckily, there are plenty of recipes that cater to Autoimmune paleo diets that take all the stress away and give you a break. If you are looking for some of these recipes then you have come to the right place! 

We are going to take a look at 15 of the best autoimmune paleo recipes that you can try today (see also “10 Best Paleo Beef Recipes To Try Today“)! Each of these recipes is really easy to make and tastes great, all while sticking to the AIP autoimmune paleo diet. 

1. AIP Flatbread

If you have an autoimmune disease, then finding a good bread recipe can be quite difficult, but flatbread can really help in this situation.

This flatbread recipe is 100% safe for you to eat if you’re on an AIP paleo(see also: 15 Best Easy Paleo Recipes To Try Today) diet, so you don’t have to worry about it affecting you negatively. 

This flatbread has a bit of a cheesy flavor thanks to the nutritional yeast flakes and overall the taste of this flatbread is anything but bland!

This is a super stress-free and easy recipe to make too, and you can have it ready in no time at all. 

2. Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash

This sweet potato breakfast hash is perfect for AIP and autoimmune paleo diets. It’s super healthy and tastes absolutely delicious.

It’s recommended to eat this dish for breakfast, but really, you can enjoy it at any time of the day. 

You will be using lots of veggies for this dish, but you can mix and match which ones you want to use.

Some examples of appropriate AIP diet veggies include onion, garlic, leek, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, bok choy, spinach, kale, or green onion. 

3. Honey & Garlic Salmon

Salmon is one of the healthiest types of fish you can eat, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring! This honey & garlic salmon recipe is absolutely delicious and makes for a perfect mid-week dinner. 

The recipe does call for the salmon to be cooked with mushrooms, but if you aren’t a fan of them, broccoli and other leafy greens work just as well!

This is a really easy recipe to make and it’s totally autoimmune paleo-friendly. 

4. Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

If you love Sheperd’s Pie but you’re worried that it won’t be safe on your diet, then you can rest easy, because this recipe is!

Instead of regular potatoes, you will be using sweet potatoes, which gives the dish a distinct and delicious flavor. 

This recipe is super hearty and perfect for colder nights. What makes this dish even better is that the whole family can enjoy it and will love every single bite. 

5. AIP Waffles

Regular waffles are not really AIP or autoimmune paleo-friendly, but this recipe is! What makes these waffles so great is that they taste pretty much exactly the same, but they come without any risk. 

You can eat these waffles for breakfast or lunch and they will keep you nice and full till your next meal. They are super easy to make as well, so you will be enjoying them in absolutely no time at all. 

6. Carrot And Orange Salad

If you have never tried a carrot and orange salad before, then you are going to love this recipe! It’s something a bit different and it is filled with interesting and zesty flavors. 

You only need three ingredients to bring this salad to life and it can be enjoyed raw as well. It’s autoimmune paleo-friendly, and 100% vegan. 

This is such an easy recipe to throw together as well, and you can have it ready in minutes. 

7. Egg Roll In A Bowl

This is an incredibly healthy recipe that is jam-packed with flavor. Not only is it AIP and autoimmune paleo-friendly, but it is also low in carbs and keto-friendly! 

This is a great recipe to make if you are looking for something quick, easy, and stress-free to make during the week.

It works great as a lunch, a side dish, or even as a small dinner. It also doesn’t take too long to make, so you can spend your evening relaxing!

Super healthy and super delicious, egg roll in a bowl will soon become one of your favorite meals that you will eat again and again. 

8. Cauliflower Mash

Along with being autoimmune paleo-friendly, this recipe is also vegan and low in carbs. It’s super healthy but don’t let that fool you into thinking it isn’t also delicious! 

It’s basically a healthier, lower-carb version of mashed potato, and it tastes just as good!

You will also be using garlic and olive oil in this recipe which really adds a subtle but amazing depth of flavor that really brings the whole dish together. 

This is such an easy recipe to make and you can have it ready in absolutely no time at all. It works best as a side dish, but you can really take some time to experiment with how you like it. 

9. Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Smoothie

If you are in the mood for something sweet, then you are going to love this blueberry coconut yogurt smoothie.

It can be quite hard to find tasty treats when you are on an autoimmune paleo diet, but this recipe is super safe to consume and you will enjoy every single sip. 

Blueberries are so delicious and they make any recipe much healthier and more nutritious. That can definitely be said when it comes to this smoothie!

The coconut compliments the blueberries super well and the yogurt adds a layer of creaminess that really completes this smoothie. 

As well as being autoimmune paleo-friendly, this smoothie is also ket-friendly too! This smoothie works really well for breakfast, but it’s also great if you just want a sweet treat to boost your mood. 

10. Banana Pancakes

When you’re on an autoimmune paleo diet, it can be quite hard to find a reliable pancake recipe that isn’t going to be a hindrance.

Luckily though, these banana pancakes are super safe to consume and they are absolutely delicious as well! 

You don’t need to use any eggs in this recipe as well, so if you were worried about that, don’t be! Even without the eggs, these pancakes taste just as good as regular pancakes and you will enjoy every single bite. 

11. Lemon Fried Avocado

This lemon fried avocado recipe is incredibly zesty and creamy, without the need for any ingredients that will upset your autoimmune paleo diet. 

This recipe is just as easy to make as fried eggs on toast, and in a way, it’s sort of like a healthy alternative!

The lemon and avocado complement each other so well that you won’t be able to get enough of the dish. 

12. Pesto Chicken Bake

If you need even more proof that autoimmune paleo food isn’t boring, then this pesto chicken bake should convince you! The chicken is juicy and tender and the earthy pesto compliments it so incredibly well (see also “How To Make Sun-Dried Pesto Tomato Chicken At Home“). 

You don’t need many ingredients to bring this recipe to life, in fact, all you need is chicken thighs, broccoli, zucchini, and homemade pesto sauce.

If you are worried that this recipe isn’t autoimmune paleo or AIP-friendly, we can assure you that it 100% is! 

This is a really easy recipe to make and you will find yourself making it again and again! 

13. Beef Stew

There’s nothing like a hearty, comforting stew, and this recipe is exactly that! It’s so warm and will make you feel incredibly relaxed with each mouthful.

To keep this dish low in carbs, you will want to find the fattiest meat you can, so the fat content outweighs the carbs. 

On top of being autoimmune paleo-friendly, this recipe is also completely keto-friendly too! 

14. Smoked Salmon And Cucumber Ham Wraps

Here’s another salmon recipe you are going to absolutely love! These salmon and cucumber ham wraps are super refreshing and light, making them perfect for lunch or even as a snack. 

All you need to bring this recipe to life is ham, cucumber, smoked salmon, coconut cream, and green salad. It’s completely autoimmune paleo-friendly and it’s also keto-friendly too! 

15. AIP Broccoli Soup

Broccoli soup might not sound exciting, but once you give this recipe a try, you will soon find yourself making it again and again!

It’s super refreshing and 100% autoimmune paleo-friendly, so it’s completely safe to eat! 


These recipes are perfect for autoimmune paleo-diets, especially when you want something quick, tasty, and stress-free to make!

None of these recipes are boring either, so you will look forward to mealtimes when you know these dishes are on offer. 

Try some of these recipes for yourself and see which ones you like the most! 

Justin Roberts