This week’s gluten-free meal plan has a lineup of easy, delicious dinner ideas as well as suggestions for breakfast and dessert (don’t miss the cupcakes!).
It’s been very hot here and we’ve had some storms, but thankfully no flooding. There is a town not far from here that had some serious, damaging flooding, but nothing like Louisianna.
I’ve been crocheting this summer, and I’m already starting to think about Christmas gifts. Do any of you crochet? Whether it’s time for a hobby or simply keeping up with the kids and their activities, I hope this menu plan helps to make feeding everyone a little easier.
This London Broil broil recipe makes use of the grill. I like to have an instant read thermometer on hand to make sure I don’t overcook it. My husband bought me this Char-Broil thermometer, and I love it.
Bake or grill chicken or fish and serve it with this easy Mango Salsa for great, fresh flavor.
While not a traditional stir fry, this Chicken and Bacon Stir Fry is tasty, and it’s a good way to use fresh tomatoes.
Slow Cooker Beef and Vegetables is a standby meal for me (I like to keep a chuck roast in the freezer). It’s easy to switch up what vegetables you put in.
Sticky Sesame Salmon – What can I say except yum!
Taco Rice is a fun and easy meal. Serve it with toppings such as avocado, green onion, and sour cream.
Mashed Cauliflower is a great low-carb side dish. If you can eat dairy, add butter and cheese!
Zucchini with Onions is a great way to use zucchini that are small to medium size.
Almond Flour Scones are great treats for just about any time of day.
This recipe for Belgian Waffles could also be made as regular waffles. Either way, it’s a fun breakfast.
These Paleo Applesauce Muffins are easy to make, filling, and not too high in carbs and sugar.
Cherry Chocolate Cupcakes are great for a birthday party, picnic, or just a special treat.
These grain-free, dairy-free Chocolate Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches are a perfect summer dessert.