Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-8-14

I know, cake isn’t necessary for your weekly menu plan, but it’s a nice addition. I haven’t made this cake in a while, but it really is delicious. Especially if you use real butter.

As many of you know, cooking a large chicken or roast one night and using the leftovers for a second meal is a great way to save time. This week’s gluten-free menu plan includes a whole chicken cooked in the slow cooker (or you could roast it) followed the next night by white bean chicken chili.

Pizza is back on the menu for Friday night, and I’ve included my drop biscuits. I haven’t made those in a while either, but they are a very nice soft bready biscuit that goes nicely with just about any meal.

If you’re looking for more ideas, I post these recipes on my Facebook page each evening and have others share what they are having for dinner. It’s a great place to find more possibilities!

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-8-14 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, side dish, 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 Recipes

Other Ideas

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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  1. Jodi Walters says:

    I would LOVE to win the giveaway as I was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease in October 2013 while in the hospital for a thyroidectomy. My 5 year old son is in the process of being tested also through blood work and an endoscopy. I pray he doesn’t have it!!! After the year we’ve had, camping sounds WONDERFUL….:)))

  2. Susie West says:

    Love you recipes!!

  3. Sharon Sweeney says:

    Looks awesome!

  4. connie martin says:

    I am wanting to learn to be gluten free and stil home make things and bake!

  5. Kim Lambert says:

    Love all the ideas. I’ve been gluten free for a year now. In the beginning it was a struggle, but now it’s fairly routine. You site is wonderful for new ideas and recipes. Thanks for all the help and encouragement!! :)

  6. Enjoy seeing your recipes..I am not intolerant but have been told it’s a healthy way to eat

  7. Marg Jansen says:

    Wanted to share this page with list of recipes to show gluten tolerant friends gr8 list of wkly recipes, simple, easy, interesting for all. No link to share this pg on Fbook! Help.. :-) I have Krohns & dairy allergies, lost large bowel from ulcerative colitis, so love your recipes, keeps Krohns in remission.Gr8 to win your competition. :-)

  8. My daughter was diagnosed with touretts and I have found gluten free makes her bodyher ticks seem so much more less.

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