You’ll find a variety of recipes in this week’s gluten-free meal plan. With slow cooker and stove top meals, you can keep the heat in the kitchen to a minimum. But you can turn the oven on for dessert – both recipes are totally worth it!
Main Dish Ideas
Bacon Wrapped Chicken is one of our favorite chicken dishes (who doesn’t love bacon?!) and in the summer I like that it’s cooked in the skillet rather than baked.
Hamburgers (or any kind of burger) with Homemade Gluten-Free Hamburger Buns. My whole family likes these buns – gluten free or not! In fact, when my kids were younger they used to ask if they could have these instead of regular buns.
Fish Tacos are a great way to get some fish in your diet.
Combine a few easy ingredients to add flavor to chicken thighs in this Slow Cooker Citrus Cinnamon Chicken.
Skillet Beef and Zoodles is another favorite stovetop meal. I have a very simple spiralizer that I use to make the zoodles.
Spaghetti with ground beef is an easy stand-by meal, but you can take it up a notch by making Homemade Meatballs (fry them if you don’t want to turn on the oven) and you can even make spaghetti sauce from scratch if you have a bunch of tomatoes to use.
Vegetables and Bread
I use packaged slaw and add my own dressing for this flavorful Broccoli Slaw.
Zucchini Mashed Potatoes is a great way to get a little more green veggie into your kids.
Cassava Coconut Bread Balls are grain-free and a fun little treat to accompany your meal.
This filling combination of whole grains and veggies in these Millet Breakfast Tacos will keep you satisfied until your next meal.
Onion and Red Pepper Frittata is a great grain-free breakfast option. It includes goat cheese, but it only goes on top and can be omitted.
I’ve been getting peaches in my CSA box, and they are so delicious! I don’t get enough to bake with, but if you pick your own or end up with extras you need to use, try this grain-free Peach Upside Down Cake.