New to GAPS? Bored with your own tried and true? These links will inspire and delight!
GAPS Diet Journey – Starlene presents her original recipes while walking us through her family’s steps in GAPS.
Grain-Free Foodies – Teri and Sierra present very simple (exactly the way I like things on GAPS to be!) dishes which happen to also be delicious and very beautiful.
Internal Bliss – First-ever hardcopy recipe book specific to GAPS!
Nourished and Nurtured – Yummy, simple, clearly presented recipes and an ebook!
More Blogs – More GAPS blogs, many of which include recipes, are listed on this blog’s ‘Support‘ page.
Primal or GAPS & Primal
Primal Blueprint – Two free ebooks of primal recipes, most of which are suitable for GAPS.
Please note that most of the recipes linked to below are based on the book Breaking the Vicious Cycle by Elaine Gottschall. For GAPS, Dr Campbell-McBride limits the range of legumes (beans) further than Gottschall did. For an exploration of the differences between that which BTVC and GAPS presents, click here.
Beth’s Blog/Turtle Soup
Recipes are online, but also available by mail in a binder-friendly print including a cover.
Jenny Lass and Jody Bager share sample recipes here. Complete books available for purchase.
Grain-Free Granola Head
Christin, a new member of the support list, is blogging her original recipes.
Jan Sultan’s Blog
Includes ‘Quick & Easy’, ‘Indian’, ‘Fish’, etc. Click on the ‘tags’ to go to the relevant sections.
No More Crohn’s
Delicious recipes, nicely categorized, beautifully laid out on printable sheets, e-recipe books.
Paul Stocker’s “Eating SCD”
Paul is an active member of the BTVC-SCD list. His recipes are incredible. Click on each food photo for a more complete visual.
Recipes geared to children (especially those with autism) but suitable for all. Note: PB stages are different from those of GAPS.
Countless recipes online, plus a complete book available for purchase.
SCD Web Library
A compilation of recipes shared amongst members of an SCD Listserve.
A page of further SCD recipe links is here.
My body happens to love raw and plant-based stuff, so I also use and adapt a lot of recipes from the books:
Raw Foods for Busy People by Jordan Maerin – If you find yourself missing black beans, try Jordan’s “Refried Almonds”. Also, a truly amazing ice cream replacement is Jordan’s “Whipped Cashew Delight”.
The Thrive Diet by Brendan Brazier – I love his Sunflower Seed Beet Pizza, Walnut Burger (for which I replace the hemp seed with sesame seeds), Pecan Burger, etc.