The good news is that my little one eats gluten and dairy free (she’s Paleo-ish) and Tim and I eat AIP, so this little post will help both our Baby Steppers and our Cold Turkey AIP’rs !
Here’s what I bought ~
Produce (Organic is best if your budget allows it. If not, you can find herbacide and pesticide free produce at Farmer’s Markets that are presumably a healthier choice) Celery Hearts, Baby Carrots, mangoes, green & red apples, apricots, 5# of various Squash.
Meats – 1 rack of Pork Ribs, 3# of Chicken Breasts, 1 package turkey breakfast sausage, organic turkey hot dogs (Paleo – paprika makes it NOT AIP)
AIP treats – Emmy’s coconut cookies
Smores for the kiddos – (These are NOT AIP, and if you’re staying strict paleo, just have the dark chocolate) Gluten & Dairy free graham crackers, gluten free organic marshmallows, Dark Chocolate 70% or higher
Paleo snacks – Justin’s single serving almond butter, EPIC Bars, Turkey sticks (have paprika so they’re not AIP) Grainless Granola you can eat it dry or put it in some almond milk!
AIP Snacks – Plantain chips – Terra chips are cooked in coconut Oil, Yah! Tiger Nuts, NO they’re not nuts, they’re little tubers! boom! Organic Raisins.
Aside from water, we packed dark chocolate Almond Milk & almond milk for Ash – single servings and they do not require refrigeration.
Fired Up the Grill and cooked up the chicken. Seasoned with Olive Oil, Garlic Salt & sea salt. Delicious!
Heat that oven to 375. Line a glass Pyrex with parchment paper, season the underside of the ribs with sea salt & garlic salt, turn over, put the same seasoning on top and coat in Coconut aminos. Bake for 60 minutes. it is Divine!
A cleaner version of S’mores, grainless granola, and some dairy free milk alternatives.
Cooked up the turkey sausage, and the 5#s of various squash
Tiger nuts, (they make a flour too for baking), Turkey dogs, plantains, raisins, Epic Bars, Justin’s Nut Butter, Coconut cookies… yum!
Celery, Carrots, Mangoes, Apricots, Green & Red Apples…fab-u-lous!
It took Ashleigh and me 1 hour to hit 2 stores, and then I spent 1 hour and 30 minutes getting everything ready for our trip – 3 days of food prepped and ready to go in 1 1/2 hours.
Enjoy these little tips for clean camping!