Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-25-14

This week’s gluten-free menu includes some recipes that are sure to please your family. I love cooking a whole chicken in the crock pot (it’s so easy). Even if I don’t have time to add vegetables, I can get the chicken cooking early in the day and have it ready at dinner time.

One advantage over buying a rotisserie chicken is that I cook a larger chicken and have leftovers for soup the next night (which you’ll also find in this menu).

And don’t miss the cookies, they’re delicious!

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-25-14 at Gluten-Free Homemaker
This menu plan provides you with six main dish dinner recipes and ideas for what to serve with it. Also included are a breakfast and dessert recipe. Rearrange the recipes as needed to fit your schedule, or use the ideas to supplement your own meal plan.

This Week’s Menu

Other Ideas

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  1. Angela Stokes says

    My little boy is autistic and I’ve been told that a gluten free diet would benefit him. I have three other children so I’ve been looking for things I can cook that everyone will enjoy. I’m excited to try your recipes! Thank you!

  2. Lori says

    Many thanks as I am trying to build a menu plan that works for my family. So happy people share there time and talent ????

  3. Colleen hays says

    This is awesome along with gluten intolerance/Celia’s doc’s still battling! I have fibromyalgia severly so this makes my life easier because hubby could only make a couple trips to market! That is beyond me right now! I Ty !

  4. Sonia says

    Is there any exciting starter menus that you have please, got sister and family over in couple weeks with 2 children.
    thank you in advance

  5. Debbie says

    Diagnosed with Celiac. This site is very helpful to get meal plans together. Not feeling so “hopeless” about food choices! Thanks!

  6. Robbye Edwards says

    To save time on the beef enchiladas, just layer them. Stacked enchiladas are just as yummy and much quicker:)))

  7. Tina kalvelage says

    I love the menu plan idea, however, it’s not realistic for working people who don’t have time to cook every night. I wish someone would come up with a menu plan where you say roast 2 chickens on Sunday and eat one for Sunday dinner and use the other for another nights meal for say enchiladas on Tuesday and have for lunch say chicken salad. Then maybe a crockpot meal to put on Monday morning for beef stew Monday night and then have it for leftovers on Wednesday night as a Phillip cheese steak or something. That leaves cooking a new meal Thursday that can be anything and. Have it for leftovers for lunch on Friday and go to dinner fri night. Make a soup on leftovers Saturday and start all over again on Sunday.

    I would try this but I run out of ideas :)

    Thank you

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