It’s that time of year, the kids are back in school, seasons are showing signs of changing. It is a time of reflection for some, so we decided to look back at the summer months to see which blogs were most popular. I can see a clear theme here. Lots of comfort foods and desserts seem to get your attention! In no particular order, check them out below.
Beer cheese? Say WHAT?! And pretzels? Yes you read that right. Chef Ann has worked her magic in the POTG Test Kitchen and created this “beer cheese” that is fully AIP compliant. And the pretzels are just what you hope they would be, doughy salty.
I have to tell you, I was impressed how quickly you can have this dish on the table. And you will be impressed with how tasty it is. We made up a large batch and it quickly disappeared and I am sure it will in your house too!
Pulled pork is such a versatile delicious dish. You can serve it so many ways. Chef Ann developed this recipe in the POTG Test Kitchen using the Instant Pot. If you haven’t tried one, they are worth it. The speed that this pulled pork came together is amazing. And those biscuits? YUM!
Many people have fond memories of camping trips and making s’mores around the campfire, if you didn’t go camping I know people who made them by the fireplace at home. Regardless of where or when they were made, everybody loves them. Now you can make them from scratch. And fully AIP compliant to boot! I was always curious how graham crackers were made, now I know!
Peach Cobbler is one of those classic spring/summertime desserts. I love how the crust gets all chewy and delicious. Just because this recipe is compliant doesn’t mean you don’t get that. This Peach Cobbler (AIP) is really good, especially served with the Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream (recipe in blog post below)
This summer Chef Ann came up with 5 AIP ice creams. Man they were good! My personal favorite was the strawberry, but they were all really good. Make sure to check out the post at the bottom with the AIP hot carob sauce and caramel.