Low Histamine, Cranberry Chicken wraps

I whole heartedly believe Mark’s histamine diet needs to be as mentally and emotionally stimulating as it is physically nourishing. When one part of the body is off, the whole thing is thrown off. Over the last week he has been blessed to begin adding more foods back into his diet one at a time. It’s amazing how quickly we can tell if he has eaten something his body does not tolerate. He almost immediately grows pale in color, has no energy and literally looks like he is shriveling up.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps

This recipe is a low to medium histamine diet friendly. Something to keep in mind is the things Mark’s body can process may not be the same for you. The recipes I am sharing are ones I will be striving to make them fairly interchangeable depending on what various oils, meat, veggies and fruit your body tolerates. Here is a delicious, easy lunch.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps with Romaine Lettuce Wraps

1/2 pkg. frozen Cranberries
3 ribs of celery
1 lrg. or 2 med. carrots
Fresh ginger the size of your thumb
2 Cups Frozen, already cooked chicken
Himalayan salt
Romaine lettuce
oil for sautéing (use whatever oil your body will tolerate)

Cranberry Chicken Wraps


In a med. to large pot sweat the cranberries, celery, carrots and ginger until tender, but still crunchy. Add the Frozen, already cooked chicken to the pot heat through for 3-5 mins. Season to taste with sage, marjoram and Himalayan salt.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps

Wash and dry romaine lettuce for wraps, place open on a plate.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps

Diced cucumber and avocado for garnish.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps

When vegetables are tender but still crunchy and the chicken is heated through, spoon mixture into the romaine leaves.

Cranberry Chicken Wraps


Garnish with cucumber and avocado. Enjoy!










My rebel heart loves Jesus. It has been a journey learning about his love for me, but he continues to fight for me and has won my heart. I am learning to love and respect my husband Mark. After four years of being a mommy I fell in love with the role God had given me and I am now a passionate homeschool, stay at home mom. I love outdoor adventures with my family and our husky Skye. I love creating delicious physically and emotionally satisfying meals. I love walking life's hard road with those around me. I want to be a friend to the friendless and be a beacon of light and hope to the weary.

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