Category: GAPS Dinner

Pumpkin Soup (GAPS)

Pumpkin soup is one of our favourite soups and makes a great winter or cold weather meal. When you’re doing GAPS soup is on the menu a lot because it’s a great way to get broth into the diet as well as making the meat and vegetables easy digestible, and therefore very beneficial for those Read More …

Salmon Fish Cakes Grain Free

This is one of my quick go-to meals for my family, when I haven’t been organised to get something out of the freezer for dinner or I have leftover fish, from our favourite family meals of pan fried salmon. This is Full GAPS Friendly, and Paleo. Ingredients 400 grams Canned or pre-cooked salmon (Remove Bones) Read More …

Cauliflower Soup with poached chicken

Soup doesn’t have to be boring and this soup is certainly not. I would happy eat it most days but alas my family like variety, but this is a quick go-to recipe in my house. Serves 4 Ingredients 1/2 – 1 chicken breast per person 2 Onions 2 Garlic Cloves Bunch of fresh herbs – Read More …

Meat balls and veggie gravy

If you have looked at one of my GAPS meal plans you will notice that for breakfast meatballs are high up on my list. One because they are easy to make, and two my family love them and I don’t have to fight anyone to get them to eat. You can change the flavour by Read More …

Turkey & Roasted Onion Soup

Ingredient 8 peeled and chopped Onions 4 Tablespoons fat of choice (lard, butter, ghee, olive oil) 500 grams of turkey meat, breast, thigh 1/4 of cauliflower, chopped 2 medium carrots, diced 700mls of broth 2 TBS of fresh thyme, chopped 1 TB of fresh Parsley, chopped Salt and Pepper to taste.   Method Preheat the Read More …

GAPS Soups

Soups make up a good portion of our food on GAPS because they are simple, nutritious and an easy way to get a good amount of that healing broth and gelatine in our diet. Here are some very simple, delicious soups you can try from stage 1 onwards. Some notes- When you are cooking your Read More …