GAPS, Paleo and Limited Diet Weekly Menu Planner

organic-food-gWhat did you eat this week?  I’d love to hear about your meals, and share mine with you!

This past week was one of those weeks where I decided pretty much a few hours before dinnertime to decide what to make, but everything turned out yummy (well, in my opinion at least!)

My GAPS Weekly Meal Un-Plan

(gluten-free, dairy, free, starch-free, sugar-free, soy-free, legume-free)

Dinners (leftovers for lunch):

  • Turkey Tacos with Cabbage wraps
  • Coconut Fried Chicken and Mashed Cauliflower
  • Beef Marinara with Zucchini Noodles
  • Salads:  hard boiled eggs or chicken, peas, shredded carrots,  pea shoots, garden tomatoes, cooked and cooled beets, etc.
  • Egg wraps with Sautéed Cabbage, Shredded Carrots and Onions
  • Chicken Legs with Barbecue sauce and Steamed Broccoli



  • Blueberry Yogurt Smoothies – just yogurt, blueberries and bananas
  • Banana Pancakes – just bananas and eggs
  • Eggs…

Ferments, etc:

  • Soaked and Dehydrated nuts
  • Kombucha
  • Yogurt

Well, that’s me!  I’m always looking for new ideas so please do share!

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  1. Just curious, for the cabbage wraps, do you steam or boil the leaves slightly first or use completely raw?

  2. Hi Mindy,
    sorry – I meant to link to the cabbage wrap post and I forgot to. I will link to it and you can see how to make them. they are steamed – they taste great that way.



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