There is a lineup of tasty and easy dinner ideas in this week’s gluten-free meal plan. And if you’re not going out to eat for Valentine’s Day, try the sticky sesame salmon for a special dinner. You’ll also find a couple of chocolate desserts that would be great for Valentine’s Day.
Slow Cooker Chicken & Vegetables – This is a super easy and delicious meal. It’s also good with green beans.
Chicken Pot Pie – I use leftover chicken for this recipe. My family loves the biscuit topping.
Slow Cooker Meatloaf & Potatoes – With the potatoes on the bottom of the crock they get flavored with the beef making a delicious meal.
Sticky Sesame Salmon – This would make a great Valentine’s Day dinner.
Italian Sausage with Quinoa and Broccoli – This is an easy stove top meal for a busy weeknight.
Taco Rice is another easy and delicious meal. If you set a rice cooker (or Instant Pot) to have the rice done when you need it, you can put this meal together in minutes.
Ratatouille is one of my favorite vegetable dishes, and it’s delicious leftover too. I’m not a big fan of eggplant, but I like it in this recipe.
Paleo Bread – I rarely eat bread, but once in a while it’s nice to have, and this paleo version makes it lower in carbs.
Multi-Grain Waffles make a great weekend breakfast or as breakfast for dinner. You can make extra and freeze for busy mornings.
Almond Flour Pancakes – These pancakes are filling and satisfying.
Chocolate Cake – This cake is moist and delicious. It’s great for birthdays or any day.
Chocolate Coconut Candy is easy to make and it’s a healthier treat.