Good morning! Thank you for checking in with Flawed yet Functional today. The Autoimmune Protocol has been my diet for 210 days! While I love to cook, I’ve come to rely on simple, delicious recipes because even I can’t spend all day in the kitchen! If you need a launching pad for the Autoimmune Protocol or just healthy dinner recipes, try these top 5 Autoimmune Protocol One-Pan Dinners today!
Wow, that title sure is a mouthful! While the whole family really enjoyed this simple meal, my two boys LOVED it. They couldn’t get enough of the balsamic vinegar flavor. Heavy doses of extra “sauce” were put into their bowls. I can’t blame them. I love balsamic vinegar too!
Cabbage and pork covered in creamy turmeric sauce = super duper satisfying meal. This recipe feels like comfort food to me. It’s warm, hearty, and tasty. The recipe is AIP friendly as is, but I let my kids toss a few cashews on top of theirs to jazz it up a bit. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to reintroduce those into my diet yet, but don’t worry, the recipe is excellent as is!
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We are really missing our Korean food these days. Since I have not attempted any nightshade reintroductions, kimchi and all spicy food has been off the table. This one-pan Asian-esque meal was a nice stand-in. There are lots of different textures, and a good depth of flavor, which can sometimes be lacking in an AIP dish.
Not on the AIP diet? This recipe has accommodations for AIP, and it is written to for the standard gluten-free diet to enjoy!
Olives are well loved by all in my family. Not only are they delicious but they fill that oh-so-necessary fat requirement! Artichokes, olives, and capers blend nicely with the chicken and provide a super savory meal for dinner! I also love that this meal is a different set of flavors than we typically eat. The Mediterranean foods are a welcome change in our food rotation.
As written, this meal is not AIP approved because it uses bratwurst. The dinner is so simple and satisfying though, I had to include it! Swap out the bratwurst for kielbasa, and this meal is AIP friendly! Put your veggies on a pan and bake for 20 minutes then add the meat and bake for 20-25 more. Could it be any more simple?
These are my Top 5 One-Pan Autoimmune Protocol Dinners because not everyone can spend all day in the kitchen! Plan easy meals into your menu plan so you don’t get discouraged or burnt-out. You can provide fresh, delicious meals for your family! These 5 are a great starting place!
Do you have any favorite one-pan dinners? Share a link below or type out a brief recipe for us!