Grain Free Recipe Roundup

by Sarah RecipesComments: 13

To close our month reviewing the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, I thought I would list all the grain free and GAPS friendly recipes that I have posted over the previous few months in a single post.     Having all the recipe links located in one spot is helpful for me when I am trying to find something I wrote a while back (yes, I use this blog as my personal recipe book!).  I hope you find it handy too!

No Grain/GAPS Friendly Recipes!

Blueberry Muffins – This recipe uses almond flour and a ton of blueberries.

Blueberry Cobbler – This recipe uses pecan flour as the main carbohydrate.

Lemon Poppyseed Muffins – These are a big hit at our house.   The coconut flour flavor is masked by the lemon juice.   They are as light and fluffy as the ones made with wheat flour.

Banana Muffins –  Made using almond flour

Banana Fritters (To Die For!) – Made using almond flour

Fudgy Brownies – Made using pecan flour

Ginger Snaps – Made using almond flour and arrowroot powder

Cold Breakfast Cereal – Cinnamon Crunch and Peanut Butter Cookie cereals!

Apple Cobbler – Made with hazelnut flour that tastes amazingly like wheat!

Angel Food Cake – The all time favorite made with coconut flour, arrowroot powder and eggs whites!

Thai Custard Pudding – A twist on an old favorite using coconut milk instead of cow’s milk.

Russian Custard – A great treat with nuts or fruit or even as a substitute for cream in recipes.

Honey Bread – Coconut flour makes an excellent honey bread.   Texture similar to Sara Lee poundcake.

Pizza Crust – This recipe is now the pizza crust of choice in our home and is made with almond flour.  It is better than any wheat crust we have tasted.

Pizza Crust – Another grain free pizza crust made with coconut flour.

Pancakes – Ever tried pancakes made with almond flour?  You sure can’t eat a stack of them like if they were made of wheat!    One pancake is incredibly filling and they are delicious served with butter and honey.

Low Carb Fried Chicken – Chicken and even fish can easily be battered using coconut flour.   It was a big hit at a dinner party I had recently.

Curried Lentil Soup – Lentils are ok on the GAPS diet!   This soup is thick, hearty, and fabulous!

Bean and Bacon Soup – Most beans are too starchy for GAPS.   This soup uses navy beans which are one of the few non-starchy legumes.

Even if you are not on the GAPS diet, these recipes are a wonderful alternative to grain based recipes if you are simply cutting carbs to lose weight or want to provide your family with more variety!

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist

*This post shared at Tuesday Twister and Wheatless Wednesday.

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