Planning to entertain, but a little worried about having great tasting hors d’oeuvres to serve that are also AIP compliant? We’ve got you covered! Here are 7 great recipes for you. Make them all for a well rounded menu or pick your favorites. Let us know what you and your friends and family think!

 

tostonesInstant Pot Mojo Pork with Tostones

In this classic Cuban dish the tostones serve as a cracker, with the tender pork on top. Make sure you make extra Tostones; they are so good people will be eating them plain !

Check out the post for the full recipe.

 

 

 

poachedPoached Lemon Dill Salad over Cucumber Rounds

Rich, fresh poached salmon tops the crunchy cucumber rounds, while the cool, crisp cucumber balances everything out. Your seafood loving guests will appreciate it.

 

 

 

horseradishSliced Beef Tenderloin with Horseradish Cream on Sweet Potato Chip

This is like a steak dinner all in one. With salad, (sweet) potato and filet, how can you go wrong? I love the coconut creamed horseradish – it would be great on hamburger too!

 

 

 

sweetAIP Sweet & Sour Chicken Wings
This is a great wing recipe. AIP or not, your friends wont know they are eating a compliant meal. Be sure to make a big batch.

PS They reheat well!

Check out the full post here

 

 

 

 

 

Maple Glazed Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

When shrimp is served at a party people tend to get a little greedy. Add bacon to the mix and you best have enough of these on hand to keep your guests happy. The flavor is amazing and the recipe is simple, check it out here and add it to your list.

 

 

 

sliced

Pulled Chicken Taco’s with Slice Avocado and Lime
Here we have another simple and versatile recipe for you. The spice mixture brings South-of-the-Border flavors, so set up a taco bar with different meats and your favorite toppings.
Check out the full recipe here.

 

 

 

hummus

Lemon Garlic Cauliflower “Hummus”

Hummus is a dip that originated in Egypt, but has become a popular snack in the West. Unfortunately, if you follow an AIP lifestyle, it’s not something you can eat because of the garbanzo beans and tahini. Our chef came up with this recipe for your entertaining purposes using the ever-versatile Cauliflower. Check out the recipe here.