February 27, 2013

A guest chef {GAPS}

Posted in child-friendly, GAPS friendly, main dish, side tagged , , , , at 9:05 pm by Jordan

Stuffed zucchini

Every month, Mom heads up a large food drop at our house. Some time ago, a friend (Mrs. V) noticed that we didn’t eat well on drop day, so she took it upon herself to provide a meal! This month, since we’re on the GAPS diet, she worked very hard to make delicious food that we could eat without “cheating”.

GAPS meatballs

Stuffed zucchini (her own recipe) and meatballs were on the menu – plus dessert! Notice the little hands in the corner of this picture. Both boys *loved* the meal. Just a month ago, they probably would have turned up their nose to all those vegetables.

Be sure to check out the comment section where Mrs. V posted the recipes!

June 26, 2012

Posted in appetizers, breakfast, child-friendly, dessert, drinks, snacks tagged , , , , , , , , , at 2:57 am by Jordan

I posted about green smoothies on my blog today 🙂 Here’s the reblogged post…

Heavenly Princess

Our family has been enjoying “green smoothies” for some time now, so called because of their content, not their color. The smoothie in the picture is a green smoothie, loaded with spinach and other greens, but it’s bright pinkish-purple! The secret to getting this gorgeous color is simple. Just use lots of berries, and add some raw (or frozen) BEET! You can’t really taste it, but it’s so good for you!

Basic Recipe for Green Smoothies

(You must use a Vitamix or Blendtec to get everything liquified without burning out your blender!)

Blend well 3 c. cold water plus a few handfuls of greens and sprouts (up to 6 c. line). Add frozen and fresh fruit until filled to the top and blend until smooth. We also throw in other ingredients, such as fresh mint, celery, carrots, hemp protein powder, ginger, avocado, cacao nibs, hemp, chia or flax seeds, just to…

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