Gluten-Free Menu October 2012

Gluten Free Menu 9-30-12

Tomorrow is October 1st already, and I have created another monthly dinner menu plan for you!  You actually get a few extra days since I didn’t want to give you a plan that only went through mid week at the end of the month.

The recipes are mostly different from September’s plan and there are new alternates, sides, and desserts listed on page one.  Page two has links to all the main dish recipes, and page three is a printable menu without links.

October Menu
All you have to do to get a copy of this gluten-free October menu is subscribe to The Gluten-Free Homemaker either by RSS or email (it’s free).  If you are already subscribed, then you’re good to go.

Next, go to the bottom of the RSS post or email, just below the ad, and look for the small link that says, “October 2012 Menu.” Clicking that link should direct you to the PDF.

Update:  I have switched my feed service.  You will still find the link at the bottom of each post above the social sharing icons.  It will look something like this:

I’m not following the monthly menu completely, so here’s what we had last week.

Hot Dogs – I’ve been buying organic grass fed beef hot dogs.  I eat them without a bun.  We had salad with them.

macaroni and cheese

Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Steak, Broccoli – The mac n’ cheese was a birthday request from one of the boys.  He wasn’t interested in the steak, but I made it for those of us who didn’t want pasta.

Pineapple Chicken and Brown Rice – The chicken was a crock pot recipe that I’ll be sharing with you some time.

Venison Tenderloin, Roasted Potatoes, Zucchini with Onions – The venison is courtesy of my brother who needed to clean out his freezer to make room for this year’s hunting season.

Spinach Casserole – I used goat cheese in this recipe, which some family members didn’t like.

Zucchini Pizza – This is quicker for me to put together than my regular pizza, and everyone loves it.

Taco Salad – I pulled some taco seasoned ground beef out of the freezer and served it on top of salad along with tortilla chips.

About Linda Etherton

Linda has been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease which propelled me into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious, and I never apologize for serving it.
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