I love beans. My favorites are pinto beans. We ate them fairly regularly when I was growing up, usually with homemade flour tortillas. They’ve been a staple in my diet as an adult up until I started GAPS. As you know, pinto beans and flour tortillas are not allowed on GAPS, so these … click here to continue reading Easy Delicious Creamy Crock-Pot Navy Beans
Curry has become one of my most favorite spice mixtures. I’ve been using a homemade version from my friend Jessica, from Delicious Obsessions. I’ll link to her recipe below. Consider making a double batch of the sauce (coconut milk, almond butter, curry powder) it is very delicious tasting, very thick and creamy.
1 … click here to continue reading Curried Pork over Cauli-Rice with Vegetables
Tamales are a process and these are definitely worth the time and effort! These are delicious, and very much like the REAL THING. They are so good that I ate 8 of the 15 we made yesterday, all by myself. I say these are a winner!
Matthew asks for “Mollies”
My son Matthew … click here to continue reading Grain Free Corn Free Tamales
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Chard and Onion Quiche 4 cups or about 20 leaves of Swiss Chard, stems multi-colored preferably 1 coconut flour crust (I used this one from Patty at Loving Our Guts) 1 large onion 2 Tablespoons butter or your favorite healthy fat (bacon grease would probably … click here to continue reading Recipe: Chard and Onion Quiche
This Shepherd’s Pie tastes very much like the comfort food of my childhood, yet is GAPS legal since it contains no potatoes. It is also dairy-free, feel free to top with some GAPS legal cheese if you so desire.
Shepherd’s Pie GAPS Legal, Dairy-Free, No Potatoes 6 Tablespoons of your favorite healthy fat, … click here to continue reading Recipe: Shepherd’s Pie GAPS Legal, Dairy-Free, No Potatoes
Chicken with Red Sauce Over Cauliflower
2 Tablespoons butter 1/2 cup onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, crushed 2 pounds ground chicken breast 24 ounces of Tomato Sauce 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 2 heads cauliflower, steamed
Place the cauliflower in a pan and steam until tender.
Melt butter in a skillet, add onions and … click here to continue reading Recipe: Chicken with Red Sauce Over Cauliflower
This recipe was inspired by the recipe with my Mom’s Salmon Patties. I thought, if salmon works good, then maybe pork roast would do well. In fact, I think boiled chicken breast would work great in this recipe, too!
Pork Roast Croquettes
1 pound of pork roast, leftover 1/4 cup minced onion 1 clove garlic, … click here to continue reading Recipe: Pork Roast Croquettes Gluten Free
Mom’s Salmon Patties
6 ounces salmon (I used Bear & Wolf Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon canned from Costco) 1 egg, scrambled 1 pinch ground sage 2 Tablespoons almond flour 1 teaspoon coconut flour salt pepper butter or coconut oil
This recipe makes 3 patties.
This is a very simple recipe inspired by my mother’s recipe, … click here to continue reading Recipe: Mom’s Salmon Patties