A GAPS legal 4th of July

by brenda on July 2, 2011

 

I have been finding so many great looking GAPS legal 4th of July recipes, I thought I would link up and share them with all of you!

 

Salads

Raspberry Grapefruit Salad from My Real Food Life

Red, White and Blue Fruit Salad from Spoonful of Sugar Free

Persian Watermelon Rose Salad from Nourishing Gourmet

Nourishing Broccoli Salad from Divine Health from the Inside Out

 

Side Dishes

These Ain’t My Mama’s Fried Tomatoes from Food for Primal Thought

Fruit Juice Gelatin from Nourishing Gourmet

Grilled English Peas from Simply Recipes

 

Main Dishes

Chicken and Tomato Yogurt Curry from A Mom on a Mission

Honey Barbecue Pork Spare Ribs in the Crock Pot from A Mom on a Mission

Sugar Free BBQ Sauce from Spoonful of Sugar Free (use on your choice of meat for a main dish!)

Heart Stopping Chicken Salad from Spoonful of Sugar Free

Brick Chicken and Heirloom Tomato Salad from  Divine Health from the Inside Out

 

Desserts

Tricolored Berry & Kefir Popsicles from Nourished Kitchen

Strawberry Mousse Pie from The Spunky Coconut

Wholesome All Fruit Bars from The Nourishing Home

Red, White and Blue Yogurt Popsicles from Simply Sugar and Gluten Free

Dairy Free, Gluten Free Raw Vegan Cashew Cheesecake Pie from My Real Food Life (use gelatin and honey)

Frozen Triple B Bites  from The Mommy Bowl (sub honey for the agave nectar)

Coconut Cacao Nib Ice Cream Sandwiches from The Mommy Bowl

Red, White and Blue Sorbet Sundae from And Love It Too! (sub honey for the agave nectar)

Vanilla Coconut Milk Ice Cream from Nourishing Gourmet

Creamy Cherry Popsicles from Divine Health from the Inside Out

 

 

Beverages

Rhubarb Lemonade from My Real Food Life

Blueberry Banana Foamie from Gluten Free Easily

Creamy Jasmine Iced Tea from Nourishing Gourmet

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  • http://themommybowl.com/ Deanna

    Huh! I didn’t even know my recipes were GAPS legal. So glad they are, though and that you found them. :)

  • http://glutenfreeeasily.com Shirley @ gfe

    Like Deanna, I’m tickled to find out that my “foamie” is GAPS legal and that you featured it in your 4th of July listing–thanks! Happy to find your blog, too. :-) I’d like to learn more about GAPS. Between yours and another GAPS blog I’ve subscribed to, I’m sure I’ll come up to speed quickly. ;-)

    Shirley

  • http://www.LAQuillen.com Q.

    I have just found your blog and I LOVE it! I think we share a similar taste and philosophy in food! Look forward to reading more:)

  • http://www.foodforprimalthought.com Laurie D.

    Thanks for including a link to my fried tomatoes. So glad they are GAPS legal! I look forward to reading more on your blog.

  • http://liv-laugh-learn.blogspot.com Alina

    Hi Brenda,
    I am a new follower of your blog and I love some of these recipes you posted! I occasionally post recipes too, as I am also very interested in nutrition and cook and bake everything for my family. We eat all-organic, no meat or dairy except fat-free yoghurt, but tons of fresh fruit, veggies, nuts and some fish. I have a PhD in nutrition and looked into the GAPS diet at one point, but decided against it because, while it does make one feel GREAT, the long-term cardiovascular effects are notable. But you can’t go wrong eating loads of fresh, organic produce, and I agree that going against processed foods is the only way to go. I wish it weren’t so hard some days though :)
    Glad I found your blog!

  • http://www.wellfedhomestead.com brenda

    Hi Alina,
    Thanks for commenting! I’m glad you like some of the recipes I have posted. I appreciate that you avoid processed foods & enjoy organic fruit, veggies, fish and nuts! I personally don’t believe that the GAPS diet will lead to any negative long-term cardiovascular effects, because we’re eating like hunter-gatherers, who lived long, healthy lives. The pioneers who ate mostly grains (like corn) had short lives with lots of ill-effects. (The Lipid Hypothesis tells us that fat makes us fat & causes heart disease, but it’s never been proven, at least by anyone other than the companies who sell the low-fat grain filled stuff). I’m anti-grains, anti-soy, and believe that protein is the building block of human life, the brain needs fat to function properly, and that eggs, fish, grass fed beef, and butter from grass fed cows are the healthiest foods on the planet. SO, a vegetarian diet wouldn’t work for me! :) I respect that you are doing what you think is best for your family though! Blessings in your journey! :)

  • http://www.wellfedhomestead.com brenda

    No problem Laurie! Thanks for posting the great recipe! :)

  • http://www.wellfedhomestead.com brenda

    Thanks for the comment! I’m glad you enjoy it! :)

  • http://www.wellfedhomestead.com brenda

    Shirley,
    Thanks for making the awesome recipe for me to link to! :) I personally love the GAPS diet! Enjoy your journey in learning more!

  • http://www.wellfedhomestead.com brenda

    Awesome, Deanna! Now you know! :) I’m glad I found them, too!

  • http://divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/ lydia

    Hey Brenda ~ thanks for the link love! Hope you had a happy GAPS friendly 4th!! Great to find your site too!

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