GAPS™ Diet

Pecan-Glazed Butternut Squash Pudding

One of my favorite garden vegetables is squash.  It’s easy to grow, easy to store, easy to cook, and delicious in the fall and can easily last through the winter (if you don’t eat them all up too quickly, as we’ve done 🙂 ).  Squash can be substituted in recipes that call for pumpkin; it…… Continue reading Pecan-Glazed Butternut Squash Pudding

GAPS™ Diet

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

GAPS™ Diet

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