GAPS™ Diet · Natural Healing · Tips for Healthy Eating

Easy Chicken Soup

Seeing as how we’ve had one day of sunshine in the last several weeks (it feels like years), soup has been appealing to us lately.  A great way to drive away the gloom and the cold and to support a healthy immune system, chicken soup has been used for generations.  Gentle, healing and nourishing, it…… Continue reading Easy Chicken Soup

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Chicken and Cabbage Casserole

This is a nice recipe to make when you are looking for an alternative to soup on the GAPS Introduction Diet.  This recipe really is just another variation of soup (and not a casserole), but as you’re eating it, it doesn’t really feel like it.  The longer that you cook it, the more that the…… Continue reading Chicken and Cabbage Casserole

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Chicken Pancakes

Are you looking for a simple way to get more protein into your child? Honestly, when I first heard about chicken pancakes at an autism conference probably 4 or so years ago, I was kind-of grossed out.  Pureed chicken and eggs, fried up?  That’s not a pancake!  Pancakes are light and sweet and fluffy, with…… Continue reading Chicken Pancakes

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Chicken Enchiladas

When you make meat stock as frequently as we do when following the GAPS Diet, you inevitably have to come up with ideas for using whatever meat is left over from making the stock.  It’s delicious and juicy just plain too, fresh from the broth, or great to add to other soups you are making, but sometimes…… Continue reading Chicken Enchiladas

GAPS™ Diet · Natural Healing · Tips for Healthy Eating

Basic Meat Stock

We’re gearing up for GAPS Intro Round #3 this fall, and so I want to include several recipes that we use to get us through the Introductory diet of GAPS.  It seems like this is the hardest phase for most people to be able to think of recipes for each stage and to add enough…… Continue reading Basic Meat Stock