Stage 5 & 6 – GAPS Intro Meal Plan

Hi all I hope you are going well, and have lots of success as you move through the diet. I would like to remind readers Ben is still having issues with nuts, so are moving forward with out including nuts, or having them within limits. So if you have no problems with them, don’t forget you can include them now, and make nut bread, and pacakes.

We are also hoping to move through stages 5 and 6 this week. Stage 5 includes cooked peeled apples in fat, adding fruit to your juices (no more than 40% fruit) and starting with Raw veggies and salads. Stage 6 includes peeled raw apples, other raw fruits, more honey, and adding baked goods.9780954852023

This week our local health food shop has got in top quality Gelatine. Which we will use to make jelly, which everyone is looking forward to trying out. šŸ™‚ if you want a recipe for making nourishing jelly cheeseslave has a great recipe for making it.

This weeks meal plan

So we will aim to get juicing in every morning this week, adding our minerals and lemon juice to it, we may even include beet kvass.

Snacks for the week: Activated nuts, Yoghurt with some honey, boiled eggs, pickled eggs, any left overs, sour cream, milk kefir, jelly and ferments.


Breakfast: Meat Balls, with fried eggs and Sauerkraut.

Lunch: Celeriac Soup and homemade sour cream.

Dinner: Roast Chicken Served with boiled veggies, ghee, gravy and Sauerkraut.


Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with fresh herbs and Fermented Tomato sauce.

Lunch: Chicken soup with sour cream.

Dinner: Honey mustard chicken pieces, with boiled veggies, sauerkraut.

Dessert: Cooked apples in Ghee with yoghurt.


Breakfast: Omelete, served with a salad of cucumbers and tomatoes with cherry chutney.

Lunch: Pumpkin soup with Sour cream.

Dinner: grilled steaks with gravy, boiled veggies, ghee, and sauerkraut.

Dessert: cooked apples in ghee with sour cream.


Breakfast : Omelete, with mashed avocado, fried onion in ghee, fermented salsa, kefir cheese and Sauerkraut.

Lunch: Leek Soup with yoghurt.

Dinner: Poached fish, in fish stock and lemon. Served with salad, and Sauerkraut.

Dessert: cooked apples with kefir


Breakfast: Meat Balls with Veggie and Onion Gravy and fresh herbs and Avocado Mash.

Lunch: Onion and leek soup, with salad and sauerkraut.

Dinner: Lamb roast, with boiled veggies, and baked pumpkin gravy and sauerkraut. (I’ll do extra pumpkin for pancakes in the morning)

Dessert: Raw peeled apple.


Breakfast:Pumpkin pancakes, with fermented raspberry mint sauce and sour cream. Side plate of left over lamb and gravy.

Lunch: Onion and Leek Soup with fermented chutney.

Dinner: Roasted chicken, with baked veggies, gravy and sauerkraut.

Snack: a raw piece of fruit.


Breakfast: Meat Balls with Veggie and Onion Gravy and fresh herbs and Avocado Mash.

Lunch: Pumpkin soup with salad and sauerkraut.

Dinner: Butter chicken, with salad and sauerkraut.

Again this is my meal plan, so please adjust the meals to ones that your family will enjoy. Giving new soups a try, like beetroot soup, carrot soup, cauliflower soup, Zucchini soup etc. We really love lamb more than we do beef, so if you like beef casserole, or steaks change to them. šŸ™‚

Love to hear from you some time about what it working for your family. šŸ™‚

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2 Responses

  1. Margot says:

    Hi Christina, I am a 70 yo nana trying to help my daughter with the gaps diet to heal her son 6yo with ADHD and on the spectrum of Autism. I am hoping to do all of the preparing and batch cooking, and she will make the meals. It is very overwhelming, however I am determined I will do it. I just wanted to say “thank you for your information you have put out there to share with us all, it is such a help” Margot

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