What’s Inside: Chicken is a crowd-pleasing staple for healthy cooking, especially when complying with AIP and Paleo diets for a quick animal protein. This post includes a roundup of Easy AIP Paleo Chicken Recipes using various cuts of the yardbird, including breasts, thighs, and wings!
I’ve rounded up 10+ of my favorite Easy AIP Paleo Chicken Recipes here for you all in one place. I hope you use this as a guide for lick-your-plate-good chicken recipes the whole family will love, as well as chicken dishes that are healthy and nutritious for your unique dietary needs. Whether it’s chicken thighs, chicken breasts, chicken wings, or ground chicken you’re craving, they’re all here!
Follow each recipe to learn how to make easy and delicious AIP and Paleo chicken at home. Enjoy!
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When it comes to party food, few dishes are more classic or delicious than crispy chicken wings. I knew I had to find a way to enjoy these while sticking to my AIP/Paleo lifestyle! Thus these Paleo Crispy Baked Chicken Wings were born. And the best part? They don’t use any baking powder! This is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!
Paleo Crispy Baked Chicken Wings (No Baking Powder, AIP)
5 from 28 votes
The secret to crispy baked chicken wingswithout baking powder is using a wire rack on your baking or “cookie” sheet for 360-degree airflow in your oven! Even better if you can use a convection setting on your oven. Add your sauce after cooking and level up your serving game with a beautiful platter of crudités and dipping sauce! This is a major crowd-pleasing appetizer or meal.
Whether they’re bone-in with the skin on or boneless and skinless, chicken thighs often get a bad wrap. But when cooked properly, like roasting them in the oven until crispy, they’re a delicious and affordable alternative to more standard light meat chicken like breasts. If you’re looking for dense chicken flavor and juicy meat, this is it!
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Chicken breasts are a lot of families’ go-to lean protein, and for good reason! They’re easy to find, fairly cheap, and extremely versatile. They pair well with pretty much anything! Perfect for sauteing, baking, pan-frying, or using in a soup. You can’t go wrong with juicy, tender chicken breasts!
One Pan Chicken and Veggies with Bacon
4.71 from 17 votes
Easy, flavorful, and great for any weeknight meal, this one-pan skillet meal will be a new favorite! The addition of savory bacon mixed with sweet squash and crispy chicken and brussels sprouts is both comforting and bursting with flavor.
(Paleo, AIP, Nut-free, egg-free, dairy-free)These tender but crispy baked chicken tenders will be a staple for you that everyone in the house can enjoy! Great for meal-prep or eating right out of the oven.
You won't miss the SOY or MSG in this delicious spin on Paleo sesame chicken. The sauce packs a ton of flavor, the crispy chicken has perfect texture, and the cauliflower rice comes together in just minutes.
Ground chicken tends to be lean (less fat) than other types of ground meat so adding more flavor by way of dried and fresh herbs is a must! I used it to make this fan-favorite recipe, a delicious and comforting Chicken Florentine Bone Broth Soup and Ground Chicken Taco Salad, but it’s also good in other easy AIP Paleo chicken recipes like egg roll skillet, in spaghetti, or as meatballs, sausage, and patties!
Chicken Florentine Bone Broth Soup (AIP, Paleo, Whole30)
4.91 from 11 votes
This deliciously rich soup made from chicken bone broth has major health benefits and provides major depth and taste in this dish! Simple enough to make on a weeknight, thanks to the added convenience using bone broth provides. (AIP, PALEO, WHOLE30)
This Paleo Ground Chicken Taco Salad recipe is easy to make, packed with nutritious ingredients, and takes bland ground chicken to a super delicious meal. Plus, it’s simple with minimal ingredients and it’s Whole30 and AIP-friendly.
Bone broth is a trendy superfood that has gained in popularity in recent years, and for good reason! When made with high-quality ingredients, it’s a powerhouse of nutrients that makes for the perfect soup base or warm beverage for sipping. (Especially for breakfast!)
Slow Cooker Bone Broth
4.67 from 3 votes
This gut-healing, protein rich broth is easy to customiize and make in your Slow Cooker!
Pasture-raised chicken livers are a superfood packed full of vitamins and minerals. Organ meats like liver are far more nutrient-dense than their muscle-meat counterpart. As an example, Chicken liver is a rich source of heme iron, packing in around 9.2 mg of iron per 2.5 oz. serving! For a reference point, chicken breast has barely 0.9 mg. This is a fabulous and tasty recipe for your health and healing journey!
Lemon Garlic Chicken Liver and Onions
5 from 10 votes
Pasture-raised chicken livers are a superfood packed full of vitamins and minerals, especially heme-iron. Sautéed with garlic, onions, lemon juice, and more – this will turn anyone into a beLIVER! It's Paleo, AIP-friendly, Whole30, and great to incorporate on any healing journey.
One of my favorite go-to, no-fuss, delicious chicken recipes! It's gluten-free, paleo, AIP, and Whole30-friendly. Just chicken and your favorite spices baked until crispy on a baking rack in your oven. Read the full post for more Easy AIP Paleo Chicken Recipes!
1/2Tbspgarlic flakescan also just use all garlic powder, 1 Tbsp total
1bunch scallions chopped and divided
1/4cupextra virgin olive oil
FOR THE LEMON-YOGURT DIP
1/4cupcoconut yogurtfor dairy-free or Greek yogurt
1small lemonjuice and zest
Preheat the oven to 425f degrees (use the convection setting if you have it for slightly speedier cooking), arrange a rack in the middle of the oven, and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and a wire rack on top.
Rub the wire rack (or spray) with ½ the olive oil and add the chicken wings flat-side (or skin-side) down. Season with the rest of the olive oil and sea salt.
Bake in the oven for approx. 45-50 minutes, flipping the wings halfway through. As the skin cooks and crisps, it will release drippings which may cause some smoke in the house, so have your windows open and fan turned on (it’s worth it, trust me). Trim off any burned wing ends if you have them.
Meanwhile, mix all ingredients including ½ of the chopped scallions for the honey-garlic sauce in a large mixing bowl and toss cooked chicken in the sauce until well coated right out of the oven and let sit.
Next, mix up the yogurt dip in a serving bowl.
Serve chicken wings with the yogurt dip, and garnish with more chopped scallions. Optionally serve on a crudités board with your favorite chopped raw vegetables.
Make it a chicken wing board by arranging crudités vegetables such as chopped raw carrots, broccoli, or celery around the chicken wings on a large platter or cutting board.*To make it Whole30, omit the honey sauce.