Gluten-Free Menu Plan 6-21-14

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-29-14 | The Gluten-Free Homemaker

It was a hot week here in Maryland. Only one recipe in this gluten-free menu plan uses the oven, and if it’s too hot you can always opt to grill. This menu is all gluten-free, but since I am also dairy and grain free, I provide suggestions for eating that way. This week’s menu is particularly dairy and grain free friendly so there are only a few modifications.

Weekly Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Grilled Kebabs) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Grilled Kebabs – Kebabs are just plain fun and these are tasty too. Your kids are sure to enjoy them.  Serve with rice (unless grain free) and a salad if desired.

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (California Pilaf) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

California Pilaf – This kid-friendly stove top meal is easy to make but not grain free. (How about hamburgers?) Serve with grilled asparagus.

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry – This meal can be served with rice or by itself.

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Cube Steaks) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Cube Steaks (Slow Cooker) – Serve with mashed potatoes or Mashed Cauliflower and green beans. (Use arrowroot starch for grain free.)

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Baked Catfish) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Baked Catfish (or other favorite fish) – Served with spinach salad and if it’s not too hot and you’re not grain free, corn bread. If it’s too hot to use the oven try cooking fish on the grill wrapped in foil.

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Grilled Pizza) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Grilled Pizza – If the weather is hot, use your grill as an oven. Try a zucchini crust if grain free.


Breakfast Idea

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Homemade Breakfast Sausage) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Homemade Sausage – Make this sausage with your favorite meat (ground turkey can be used) and pair it with your other favorite breakfast foods.


Dessert Idea

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (Grain-Free Date Balls) | Gluten-Free Menu Plan

Grain-Free Date Balls – These date balls do not use oats. I love how easy they are to put together and they they don’t require any cooking.

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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. Laura Shepard says:

    Need instructions for cooking meals and also ingredients

  2. Chrissy lynn says:

    Gluten free menu :-)

  3. Husband recently diagnosed with celiac disease. This site is very helpful!

  4. Dawn Alloco says:

    Love your recipes. Thank you for making gf transition so easy for me.

  5. Please send recipes

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