Friday, November 9, 2012

Lunch on GAPS

Meal planning on a special diet can be a chore. With each season I find ways to make meals easier and enjoyable. Some of the American staples of macaroni and cheese, spaghetti and fries we are not able to eat. Vegatbles and meats are our family staples. Soups are a good choice for lunches and with fall, squashed can make meals easy as well. Speghtti squash is one of my favorites and gives the kids a comfort style food. I like to put a squash in the oven at 350 in the morning for about an hour. Then when I am ready to use it, I sauté with plenty of butter or ghee, then cover it with tomato sauce. We do eat tomatoes sparingly, but they are nice to have once and a while. Cooking vegetables in broth or butter for the side with broth to sip. A great quick lunch for kids at home.

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