The recipes in this week’s gluten-free meal plan are delicious and will help you feed your family a gluten-free meal they’re sure to enjoy. The brownies are always a hit (they would be great for a Super Bowl party).
I apologize for being late in posting this. Early last week I had a stomach bug and now I have a cold! I hope all of you are staying well.
Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry is one of my most popular recipes on this site and for good reason. It’s delicious!
Spaghetti with Meatballs – Spaghetti is a quick and easy meal, and if you make a double (or triple) batch of meatballs and freeze them after they have cooked, then it’s super easy the next time you make it.
Slow Cooker Beef and Mushroom Gravy – I love the combination of beef and mushrooms. This gravy is good served over rice, pasta, or mashed potatoes.
Taco Soup is a great way to warm up and fill up, and it’s a soup that lots of kids like. It would be great served with the cornbread recipe below.
Slow Cooker Pork Chops – This recipe is super easy and tasty.
Pizza – This homemade crust is really, really good. Of course, you can buy frozen gluten-free pizza or a premade crust, but if you have time and the ingredients, this recipe is worth it.
Cornbread is an easy homemade bread that goes well with a lot of meals.
Winter Vegetable Soup is delicious and it’s a great way to get an extra serving of veggies. If you add cooked sausage to it, it can be a main dish (like in the picture above).
Roasted Brussels Sprouts – I’m not a huge fan of Brussels sprouts, but this is one of my favorite ways to eat it.
Cranberry Walnut Muffins – If you don’t have all the flours, try using a gluten-free flour mix instead.
Paleo Pumpkin Muffins – This is the most popular recipe on my blog. Even if you’re not paleo, you’ll enjoy these lower carb muffins.
Brownies – This is a stand-by dessert recipe for me. People (gluten free and not) always enjoy them.
Date Balls – These date balls are grain free and a pretty quick and easy treat.