My motto is that gluten free can and should be delicious. There’s no reason your whole family can’t enjoy gluten-free meals whether they have to be gluten free or not. And this week’s gluten-free meal plan will help you get those meals on the table each night. And don’t miss the yummy chocolate desserts!
Slow Cooker Italian Pot Roast – Dress up your slow cooker roast with some tomatoes and seasoning for an Italian twist.
Slow Cooker Beans and Bacon – This recipe uses a combination of beans, spices, and bacon slow cooked together for a delicious meal.
Chicken Divan has been one of my favorite casseroles since childhood. To make it dairy free, use a milk substitute to make the cream of chicken soup and use a cheese substitute such as Daiya.
Corn Bread Pizza is a nice twist on pizza that uses cornbread as the crust and cheddar cheese instead of mozzarella. (Sorry it’s not a great picture, but it really is good.)
Roasted Cauliflower with Pine Nuts – I love roasting vegetables, especially in the winter when I don’t mind having the oven on.
Citrus Winter Salad – Adding fruit to salad gives it nice variety, and kids enjoy it.
Paleo Bread Balls – These are easy to make and a nice addition to a meal. To make them a bit lighter, use tapioca starch (or flour) in place of half of the cassava flour.
Chocolate Coconut Muffins – Coconut, walnuts, and cocoa are combined in these delicious muffins.
Zucchini Quiche Muffins are great for a low-carb breakfast.
Cherry Chocolate Cupcakes – Cupcakes are so much fun to serve and eat, and they’re even more fun with a cherry on top! They’d make a great Valentine’s Day treat.
Chocolate Avocado Pudding is a healthy, delicious dessert you don’t have to feel guilty about.