7 Layer dip, chicken poppers, and pizza....OH MY! These CEP, AIP, and Paleo recipes are great options to take to your superbowl party or make for yourself and/or small group to quietly watch at home! 

Growing up I was never really that interested in watching football. I would have much rather been playing outside, or dancing to spice girls in front of my mirror... which propably is an accurate description of what actually happened during my neighborhood's humongous superbowl party. I always, without a doubt though showed up briefly to get a plate of all of the delciious appetizers. Among my favorites were 7 layer dip, chick-fil-a nuggets, and the ever so classic delicacy... pizza. I have since grown to enjoy watching football especially the New Orleans native Saints! And since my husband and I do not live in New Orleans anymore we tend to try and make something special to enjoy on Sundays when there is a game. So here you are.... Three junk food make overs to satisfy all of your appetizer dreams!

 7 layer dip, fried chicken poppers, and pesto pizza get a real food make-over! Enjoy!

7 Layer Dip (AIP, CEP, Paleo)

Prep Time  -  Cook Time  -  Total Time

  20 min             5 min            25 min        

makes 8-10 appertizer servings

Ingredients:

For the Dip:

9" pie pan

1 container of Kite Hill Cream Cheese (omit if in the elimination phase of CEP or you do not tolerate almonds) 

2 Cups guacomole (store bought or homemade)

1 lb ground beef cooked and seasoned to your liking

1 can black olives diced 

1 cup white onion diced (omit if in the elimination phase of CEP)

1 cup shredded lettuce 

1 1/2 Cups pineapple radish salsa. find the recipe here.

Cilantro and lime juice for garmish 

**If you have successfully done reintroudctions you can add a layer of pico de gallo, salasa, compliant refried beans, or even another kind of vegan cheese

Directions:

1. If you have not already done so season your ground beef, cook and brown in a skillet and set asisde to cool. 

2. If you have not already done so prepare your guacomole. Mash 2-3 ripe avocados in a medium sized bowl with 1 tbsp. lime juice,  couple pinches of salt, and 1-2 tbsp.chopped cilantro and set aside. 

3. Assemble your layers. Mine looked like this: 

  1. Kite Hill Cream Cheese spread on the bottom (if you tolerate beans you could do a layer of refired beans here in place of cheese)
  2. Guacomole 
  3. Ground Beef (make sure it is cooled) 
  4. Diced black olives 
  5. White onion diced
  6. shredded lettuce 
  7. pineapple radish salsa

4. Serve with plantain chips. I use these. Eat over a salad. If you tolerate cassava and chia seeds these Siete chips make a great corn chip replacement.

Find the recipe for these CEP/AIP Fried Chicken poppers here. 

Find the recipe for CEP/AIP Pesto Pork Pizza here!

Kellie is a wife, mamma, health coach, and recipe developer for MyCrazyJourney. Celiac disease, digestive issues and a plethora of food intolerances led her to AIP in 2014 and the CEP in 2017. She and her family have since adopted a modified version of these templates. Her goal is to inspire others to take their health into their own hands by cooking foods that are creative, fun, and contributive to health and wellness. Kellie's background is in art and education, but she has always had a passion for food and it's powerful healing properties. Many of her creations are inspired by her experiences and designed to be enjoyed by the entire family! You can find Kellie here at MyCrazyJourney writing guest posts and on Instagram.Enter your text here...

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