Afraid of the Restrictions of the Autoimmune Protocol?
Indulge With The Most Amazing AIP Italian Food!
What's In The E-Book:
- 50+ Mouthwatering AIP Italian Recipes
- 123+ Beautifully Designed Pages & Photos
- 6 Chapters to satisfy every craving, from Breakfast to Dessert
- A detailed AIP Ingredient GUIDE about the best autoimmune staples
In "The AIP Italian Cookbook" You Will Learn:
- How to make authentic Italian dishes using only AIP compliant ingredients.
- How prepare amazing food with the simple seasonings of Italian cuisine.
- How to enjoy Gelato, Lasagna, Risotto, Pizza, Cannoli & Spaghetti with no guilt.
Here's What You'll Get:
- Dandelion Latte
- Stuffed Baked Apples
- Vanilla ‘Rice’ Pudding
- Acorn Orange Pudding
- Coconut Green Smoothie
- Peach ‘n Passion Budino
- Yam Mousse
- ‘Notmeal Porridge
- Italian Beef Patties
- Ham & Mushroom Pizza
- Celeriac Lasagna
- Seafood ‘n Mushroom Pasta
- Spaghetti Carbonara
- Tuscan Kale Soup
- Pasta Bolognese
- Risotto Milanese
- Ragú & Cheese Gnocchi
- Salmon Zoodles
- Butter & Sage Gnocchi
- Spaghetti & Meatballs
- Endive Boats
- Baked Stuffed Zucchini
- Pumpkin Meatballs
- Calamari Roulade
- Lamb & Prune Stew
- Swordfish with Capers
- Cheesy Chicken Piadina
- Salmon & Noodle Nests
- Shrimp & Spinach Quiche
- Porcini Stuffed Squid
- Prosciutto Breadsticks
- Stuffed Delicata Squash
- Nomato Sauce
- Roasted Root Veggies
- Jicama Chips
- French Fries
- Vegetable Medley
- Raspberry Pie
- Berry Panna Cotta
- Sweet Ravioli
- Baked Peaches
- Peach & Pear Tarts
- Butter Cookies
- Matcha Taralli
- Coffee & Cinnamon Gelato
About the Author
Born and raised in Italy, Ambra believes that eating and cooking good food, even on a restricted diet, is one of the greatest pleasures of life. She’s the founder of “Little Bites of Beauty” and the author of The AIP Italian Cookbook.
Ambra Torelli, Founder of www.littlebitesofbeauty.com
What People Are Saying About "The AIP Italian Cookbook":
Are you missing Lasagna, Ravioli, Gnocchi and Tiramisu? Not anymore! Born and raised in Italy, Ambra was the perfect person to re-imagine Italian food for the paleo autoimmune protocol. With over 50 recipes, this is another great international resource for the AIP.
Eileen Laird, author of “A Simple Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol” and host of the “Phoenix Helix Podcast”
What I like the most about the AIP Italian Cookbook? From the get-go, I was excited to discover new AIP recipes I hadn’t been able to enjoy before, such as AIP pasta dishes! Ambra also has a special way to present her food that is very colorful and eye-catching. It is hard to resist her invitation to explore the Italian cuisine of her youth. Her love of life and good food comes through in every page of her cookbook. Thanks to her creativity in the kitchen, Ambra delivers a unique collection of recipes that is beautiful and tempting. If you are looking for something different from your usual fare, you have come to the right place.
Sophie Van Tiggelen, author of “Simple French Paleo” and founder of the blog “A Squirrel in the Kitchen”
In the “AIP Italian Cookbook”, you are getting AIP versions of real Italian dishes. And Ambra doesn’t hold back. There’s Vanilla Rice Pudding (I know, seriously?) and Stuffed Baked Apples. She knows how to make AIP parmesan Cheese, people. AIP PARMESAN CHEESE! There are over 50 AIP compliant recipes in there, and if you are looking for some totally AIP compliant Italian comfort food (aren’t we all) you honestly won’t be disappointed.
Jo Romero, author of “Spice. Over 90 Paleo and AIP Recipes” and founder of the blog “Comfort Bites”
This cook book is a game changer for us AIPers! Things you thought you could no longer eat are back on the menu: Pasta? Yes. Pizza? Yes. Quiche? Yes. Cannoli’s? Yes. Tiramisu and Gelato? Yes and yes. The first thing I always do when I get a new cook book is scan through the ingredients to see what recipes I can make with what I already have on hand. I was happy to find that many of the recipes use ingredients that you probably already have in your AIP pantry. I am a huge fan of this cookbook. Who knew Italian AIPers were eating so well? Thanks to Ambra, now we too can eat as well as the Italians! If you are looking to change up your AIP recipe rotation then you need this book in your life.
Meagan Ashley, founder of the blog “It’s All About AIP”
If you’re missing Italian food on AIP (like me) this is the book for you! Each recipe is loaded with flavor! I’m telling you, you don’t need to sacrifice your healing in order to enjoy the foods you’ve been missing.
Rebecca Boucher, founder of the blog “Lichen Paleo, Loving AIP”
“Ambra’s ebook is feeding my creativity and making new ideas soar in my mind. That is the mark of a good writer and a talented chef. Her ebook is a must for people who are on a restrictive diet but still want to have delicate and top notched dishes.”
Sylph Hemery, Reader from France
“These recipes are beyond yummy. Ambra’s AIP Lasagna is way better than pasta made lasagna! It’s on high rotation at my house, I even made it for a party and everyone loved it! It’s so nice I no longer have to give up my favorite Italian food to stay on the AIP!”
Lisa Jane, Reader from Australia
With restaurant quality meals everyone will love your cooking, and they won’t even know it’s AIP.
All of the recipes were used by the author to improve her own health while on the Autoimmune Protocol.
The cookbook was created and tested by native Italian Ambra Torelli in her kitchen in Cremona, Italy.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Does this cookbook require me to be a talented chef?
Some of the recipes contained in this ebook are very simple to make, while others are a bit more complex and require you to spend more time in the kitchen, like Lasagna or Cannoli. Like with any gourmet food, you should plan on using these recipes when you really feel like cooking. And trust me, when you are on the AIP and can never get access to a fancy restaurant dinner, you’ll want to dedicate some more time to making delicious food as that is the key to make staying on the protocol easy!
Do these recipes require lots of fancy ingredients?
The secret to Italian cuisine lies in the freshness and simplicity of the ingredients. Make sure you can access good quality produce, meats and fish, and you’ll be already halfway there. The cookbook uses the typical AIP ingredients that replace grains, legumes, dairy etc. In the first chapter, you’ll find specific guides about those, as well as tips and links on where to find them.
Is this a printed book?
No, this is a downloadable e-book.
Will this e-book work on my iPad?
Yes, this book is available in two formats: Pdf and Ibooks. The first is accessible from any device, the latter is an interactive format responsive on iPads and Macs.
Where do I download the e-book?
Upon payment, the download link will be sent to your PayPal e-mail address. Please make sure you update your PayPal e-mail address during checkout if it is not the same as the e-mail address you would like the e-book sent to. If you are having trouble downloading the book on a mobile device, try using a computer instead.
Is this e-book coconut-free? I’m allergic to coconut.
The book is not specifically coconut-free, but you can replace coconut oil with avocado or olive oil in the desserts or red palm oil, lard, or tallow in the savory ones. As per coconut milk, you can replace it with apple juice in the desserts (unfortunately this won’t work with the recipes for Cannoli, Panna Cotta and Gelato) and replace the coconut milk with bone broth in the savory dishes.
Do a lot of the recipes call for cassava flour or tapioca starch?
Only 5 out of 52 recipes require cassava or tapioca. I always try to limit these ingredients as I know they can be problematic for some people.
Is this book low-FODMAP?
No, it’s not specifically low FODMAP, even though some of the recipes can be can be adapted pretty easily.
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