We will have soup for breakfast, and soup for lunch. And for dinner we will have broth! - my 10-yr-old son

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Stage 3 - Recipe Index

Here are some recipes that will work for Stage 3.  I have not tried them all, but as we do I'll post reviews.  I have done my best to make sure that everything works for this stage, however, I may have made mistakes.  Let me know if you find any!

Some of the recipes come from the Reversing Food Allergies (RFA) class, but you can find similar recipes online.  I have linked to alternatives when possible.  Other recipes come from an ebook I purchased from Home, Health and Happiness (HHH) which gives you recipes and lists and such for the GAPS intro diet. 

Please let me know if you have any recipes or ideas to contribute to this stage.  Be sure to read the comments when looking at recipes - there are often great tips and ideas for variations.

Remember that recipes from Stages 1 and 2  can still be eaten at Stage 3.

Butternut Squash Pancakes (HHH, RFA) - no spices added 
Fried eggs w/runny yolks 
Poached eggs 
Scrambled eggs with lots of ghee.  Add avocado if tolerated.
Sausage and Egg Scramble (RFA) -  sausage must be made w/fresh herbs only
Chunky Chicken Soup (HHH) 
Kale and Veggie Soup – no beans until Full
Fluffy pancakes - need to use homemade nut butter from nuts that have been soaked and then dried, no spices
Eggplant casserole  -no mushrooms until Full, meat needs to be boiled? 
Mexican Chicken Cauliflower Soup
Butternut Squash Risotto
Almond flour tortillas - not sure on flax seeds
Turkey meatballs  - use zucchini noodles, honey instead of agave, use fish sauce 
Creamy Chicken Peanut Soup - leave out coconut milk until Full, use homemade broth, ghee instead of margarine...only use cream when you've reached that stage of dairy
Nigerian Peanut Soup - homemade peanut butter 
Meatballs w/Indian Spiced Yogurt - only use the yogurt if you've reached that stage, otherwise just have the meatballs
Meatball Soup with Greens - not sure on psyllium husks - no cheese until Full
Fermented Carrots and Daikon Radish
Albondigas Soup - homemade broth, no potatoes (add other veggies instead)
Cabbage Soup - use 2 quart chicken broth instead of water and bouillon, use GAPS fat for sautéing
Zucchini Avocado Soup - can eat in Stage 1 if omit the avocado
Easy Chicken "Noodle" Soup - can eat in Stage 1 & 2 if omit celery
Beefy Squash Bake

One of my favorite ways to eat eggs is to cook up onions until they are very soft (with ghee or butter when tolerated), then crack some eggs on top and cook until the whites are firm, but the yolks are runny.  I slide it out of the pan and it's a sort of onion pancake with a creamy egg sauce on top.  You could add other veggies to the onions - squash, carrots, etc.

You can now eat the fermented veggies.  Eat them on the side or in the soup or on top of your meal.  As always, start small and increase to 1 to 4 teaspoons with every meal.  

Start adding ripe avocado, mashed, into your soups.  Start with 1 to 3 tsp. a day and work your way up.

Make pancakes!  The GAPS book explains how on page 150, and there are several versions online.  They will be made with eggs, nut butter and squash.  Fry them in ghee or some other healthy animal fat.  Start with one a day and gradually increase.

You can now add celery and a few other things to your soups/meals so be sure to check the list for foods allowed on Stage 3.

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