Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-3-13

March Menu

March’s free monthly gluten-free menu plan is now available.

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Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-3-13

Weekly Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Salad – My family absolutely loves this macaroni and cheese.  They would be happy to eat it once a week.  I usually eat something else to avoid the pasta and dairy.

Baked Chicken Breasts with Broccoli, and Brown Rice – A simple but well-liked meal.

Spanish Rice with Sausage, Zucchini with Onions – Pork or turkey sausage will work in the flavorful recipe.

Roast Beef and Vegetables (Slow Cooker) and Green Beans – I plan to do a large roast and have leftovers for soup the next night.

Hamburger Soup (or leftover beef soup) with fresh veggies.

Spaghetti & Meatballs with Salad – It’s not the same as pizza, but on a busy evening it’s faster to make (cook the meatballs in advance) and the family enjoys it.  I usually eat the meatballs and sauce on spaghetti squash or shredded zucchini.

Corn Dog Mini Muffins, Veggies – An easy and fun weekend meal that the kids really like.

Dessert Idea

peanut butter chocolate chip bars

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bars

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  1. says

    Those Corn Dog Mini Muffins always look kind of funny, but I bet they are tasty! My late MIL always had Pigs in the Blanket for certain family get togethers and Mr. GFE, who doesn’t choose hot dogs normally, would go for them every time. 😉 I love a good hot dog now and then as well as corn muffins, so it would be fun to have this gluten-free version that combines both. :-)


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