This recipe is so easy. Before I started on GAPS one of my favorite things to eat was spaghetti with butter and garlic. You can do the same thing with zucchini!
You definitely want to invest in a Spiralizer – it is so much fun making long spirals of zucchini! If you have a KitchenAid mixer, there is this amazing spiralizer attachment that will last forever (the plastic ones tend to wear out after time if you use them a lot like we do).
- Put a pot of water on the stove on high heat to start it boiling
- Spiralize one zucchini for each person (we love spiralized zucchini so we choose a large zucchini for each person eating)
- When the water starts to boil, put the spiralized zucchini in and push down under the water. The water will stop boiling momentarily due to the addition of the zucchini.
- Allow the water to start boiling and check your zucchini, it might be done that fast! We like ours al dente. If you let it boil too long, it will become mushy and won't hold its shape. After you have made spiralized zucchini a few times, you'll get to know how long you should cook for your preference.
- Drain the zucchini and allow to sit for a few minutes, then shake gently to remove as much liquid as possible.
You can also sauté the zucchini in butter or your favorite oil.
Crush or grate garlic onto the hot zucchini, with as much butter as you like.
You can also make this into spaghetti and meatballs, here are links to the meatballs and sauce.GAPS DIET JOURNEY is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to AMAZON.COM. GAPS DIET JOURNEY is an affiliate for several companies and may be compensated through advertising and marketing channels. Therefore, this post may contain affiliate links.
Welcome to this roundup of GAPS-friendly recipes!
Newcomers to GAPS sometimes look at the list of foods they are supposed to avoid and get this sinking feeling or maybe it's their stomach growling as they think, “What's left to eat?” What will I do about Taco Tuesday if I can't have corn tortillas? What about sandwiches? Let me assure you there are many amazing and delicious substitutions when you take a look around this wonderful place called the Internet. I can assure you there thousands of ways to mix up the “legal” foods to make delicious meals. Every month we scour the Internet to find these recipes to share on my Facebook page. I'd love you to follow me on Facebook to see these links as they are posted: GAPS Diet Journey.
Recipes are vetted to ensure they are GAPS legal, but occasionally miss an “illegal” ingredient or two so please remember to review the ingredients yourself. Happy cooking!
Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner from Our Food Fix
Paleo Pumpkin Turkey Chili from Hungry by Nature
Chicken Chili Verde from Ambitious Kitchen
Pineapple Pork Wraps from Fit Mitten Kitchen
Cranberry Apple Cinnamon Smash from Fresh Planet Flavor
Healthy Hot Chocolate Squares from Real Food RN
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds from Life Made Full
Roasted Brussels Sprouts from Real Food RN
Paleo Fall Salad with Butternut Squash, Bacon, and Kale from Bullet Proof
Everything Bagel Cauliflower Rolls from Lexi's Clean Living
Copycat Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowls from Lexi's Clean Living
Creamy Tuscan Chicken from Lexi's Clean Living
Sheet Pan Lemon Herb Cod from Lexi's Clean Living
Chocolate Almond Date Balls from Anya's Eats
Paleo Chocolate Covered Apples from Thriving on Paleo
Curried Crock Pot Broccoli Soup from The Gardening Cook
Crockpot Salsa Verde Chicken from Eatwell 101
Pumpkin Sage Mini Meatloaves from The Castaway Kitchen
Creamy Pumpkin Chili from The Castaway Kitchen
Chicken, Apple, and Pecan Salad in a Jar from Damn Delicious
No Bake Apple Almond Butter Bars from Faith, Food, Fitness
Every Cinnamon Porridge from Every Last Bite
Apple Cinnamon Chicken with Bacon from Real Food With Dana
6 Ways to Stop the Modern World From Tearing Down Your Immune System from Vital Plan
Covid-19 is Really Two Diseases from Citizens for Health
Coronavirus Disinfectants May Be Extremely Hazardous to Health from GreenMed Info
Some Surprising Benefits of Coconut Oil from Purposeful Nutrition
Gettin’ Under Our Skin: BPS & BPA on Printed Register Receipts from Deep Roots at Home
How to Make Pumpkin Powder from Practical Self Reliance
Why You Should Eat Two Apples a Day from GreenMed Info
14 Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom and Baby from Mommypotamus
Green Tea Helps Cystitis Sufferers and Prevents Antibiotic Resistance from GreenMed Info
Important: How Minerals Help You Cope Better In Life from Lydia Joy
Natural Homemade Deodorant from Traditional Cooking School
Homemade Flavored Salts: Tuscan Herb from The Elliot Homestead
Childhood Cancer Caused Largely by Environmental Factors, Report Finds from Children's Health Defense
GAPS DIET JOURNEY is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to AMAZON.COM. GAPS DIET JOURNEY is an affiliate for several companies and may be compensated through advertising and marketing channels. Therefore, this post may contain affiliate links.