The Paleo & AIP Freezer Meals Book
If you answered yes to any of these, the Paleo & AIP Freezer Meals Book is for you.
This book features 21 "dump-and-go" freezer meals that can be prepped and frozen in just minutes - without cooking.
On those nights you're too busy or you just can't even, pull one of these out and cook with minimal work.
They're family-friendly, flavorful, and easy to make!
Some of the recipes:
Dump Freezer Cooking is Easy Peasy
You simply "dump" ingredients for 7-14 meals - WITHOUT ANY COOKING - into a bag. Then you label the bags and put them in the freezer.
You can easily stock up on several weeks' worth of meals in less than an hour!
It can be done even when you're completely exhausted.
When you need a meal, take one out, thaw it overnight in the fridge or quickly in cold water (some don't even require thawing), and then throw it in the crockpot, Instant Pot, oven or stove. Most of the cooking is COMPLETELY HANDS-OFF. Just set it and go.
The majority of recipes have instructions to cook in multiple different ways, so you're not stuck if you don't own an Instant Pot or you forgot to put it in the crockpot in time.
Simply cut up the meat and veggies (or buy pre-cut), add to a freezer-safe bag or container, and add any spices and sauces.
Lay the meals flat in your freezer to save space, and store up to six months.
Thaw in your fridge overnight or quickly with cold water (some don't even need thawing) and throw in your slow cooker, Instant Pot, oven, stove, or grill. Each recipe has multiple ways of cooking.
These meals are delicious and the easiest meals imaginable.
Weeknights will be SO much less stressful and you'll get healthy meals that will help keep your autoimmune disease symptoms under control.
Feel that refreshing peace and security that you've got healthy, compliant meals in the freezer ready to go.
"You have been a God send for my two daughters and I. All three of us have multiple autoimmune diseases and we are feeling so much better since we discovered you. Your freezer meals are delicious. We’re getting ready to start another session and will be doing 14 of your meals to put in the freezer for the month of January and into February. Thank you, thank you, thank you." - Janet R
Want To See How Easy This Is?
Watch this 1-minute video demonstrating me prepping the Thai Chicken Soup recipe.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How is this book delivered?
The Paleo & AIP Freezer Meals Book is a PDF download. You'll receive the file immediately upon purchase and then can view it on any device or print it out if you want a hard copy.
What version of AIP is this compliant with?
This for the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol, which is the version by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne. So by nature it is both Paleo & AIP.
I can't eat coconut. Is there anything for me in this book?
Several of the recipes use coconut aminos which really cannot be replaced unless you make your own coconut-free version first. The other coconut ingredients (coconut milk, oil, and sugar) can be substituted with your choice of ingredients however. I suggest tigernut milk for the coconut milk, avocado oil for the coconut oil, and maple sugar for the coconut sugar.
AIP flours are expensive. Do all of the recipes require a ton of them?
There are no flours used in this book except for a bit of arrowroot powder to thicken a sauce.
What is AIP?
The AIP Diet (Paleo Autoimmune Protocol) is a temporary healing elimination and reintroduction strategy specifically for those with autoimmune disease. The main idea of the diet is to remove foods proven by scientific studies to commonly be problematic for those with autoimmune disease, then add in nutrient-dense foods that will help replenish your body and allow you to heal (which means relief from your symptoms!). In the end, you’ve got a highly customized diet that works best for YOU.
All of these recipes are free from:
"I tried your AIP Thai Chicken Soup and it was the best thing I have eaten on AIP. My husband also enjoyed it. He told me this is a keeper and I could make it anytime. I love the freeze for later option as I am learning to balance everything. I am so excited to try more new meals! " - Sarah S