Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 4)

A gluten-free menu plan with main dish, vegetable, breakfast, and dessert ideas. Found at Gluten-Free Homemaker

Happy Independence Day everyone! I hope you enjoy your day along with some good food. I’ll be attending a cookout and taking my chopped veggie salad.

I hope this gluten-free menu plan helps you as you prepare for the week ahead. Having a plan in place can really help your week go more smoothly. Even if you don’t stick to the plan completely, it’s helpful to have something to fall back on. I hope these ideas are useful or inspiring.

Two of this week’s recipes use the slow cooker. The turkey meatballs are baked in the oven, but you could certainly cook them in a skillet if you don’t want to turn on the oven. And to help you out on another evening, make a double batch, cook them all, then freeze half for later….

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