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A few weeks ago I shared what a day on each stage of GAPS Intro might look like. Now that I am on Full GAPS for the most part, I am sharing what a week of this food looks like for me – and sharing some delicious GAPS Diet recipes with it!
Full GAPS Breakfast and Lunch
My breakfasts and lunches look the same most days: soup or soft boiled eggs, avocado, and Kerrygold butter with a side of broth. I may do leftovers or sardines as well. I keep it basic and very similar to GAPS Intro. I want to get my day of to the right start, and my lunches need to be simple.
I work from home, so I do not need to pack a lunch. If I did, it would be simple: Heat up soup and put it in a thermos, or pack up a container of leftovers.
During green bean season, there was also green beans everywhere. I love have a huge garden in the backyard – I can stuff my soups with vegetables without paying a dime.
A Week of Full GAPS Meals – Dinners
This is just a sample week. Check below for more GAPS Diet recipes that I love! All of the non-soup dinners are eaten with a mug of broth.
Sunday – Three Cup Chicken with steamed vegetables and cauliflower rice.
Monday – Hidden liver meatloaf with peas and raw cheese.
Wednesday – Rock climbing night! I’ll have any of my basic soups made with soaked lentils.
Thursday – Hamburgers or steak with (you guessed it!) with steamed vegetables covered in butter.
Saturday – Dinner with one of my parents. Simple pan-fried or baked meat (chicken at my dad’s, grass fed beef at my mom’s) with steamed vegetables and some broth I bring with.
More GAPS Diet Recipes
Pesto Sausage Cakes
Avocado Birds Nest (would make a fantastic breakfast)
Bone Marrow Soup
Chicken Curry Soup
Cauliflower Fried Rice
Basic Meat and “Potatoes”
Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls (use cauliflower rice)
Pizza made with a crust made from almond flour, coconut flour, or cauliflower
What are some of your favorite GAPS Diet recipes?
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