I hope you all are enjoying the start of June and along with it the end of the school year, graduations, weddings, and babies (at least that how it is around here). It seems like schedules are busy any time a year, and that’s why planning is important.
This gluten-free meal plan includes delicious recipes that your family is sure to love, including kebabs, fish sticks, cheeseburger fries, and more. It helps if you take some time to shop for the week and also do some of the prep work like washing and cutting vegetables or browning ground beef.
Main Dish Ideas
Kebabs are always fun for both kids and adults. These Grilled Honey Mustard Smoked Sausage Kebabs are easy and delicious and a great way to keep the heat our of the kitchen.
Hummus Crusted Chicken is not only moist and delicious, but it’s also an easy stovetop meal.
This Chicken, Asparagus, and Mango Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Butter Dipping Sauce is so full of flavor. And if you’re missing a couple of the ingredients (like bean sprouts or sunflower seeds), I think they could be left out and it would still be delicious.
This Slow Cooker Mexican Quinoa & Beef is a tasty meal that my family really enjoys. They prefer eating quinoa with lots of other flavors like in this dish.
Fish Sticks are a kid favorite meal. If you don’t have time to make them from scratch, you could always pick up a gluten-free frozen version.
Cheeseburger Fries are a treat for my husband and son. I don’t like turning on the oven when it gets hot, but Friday nights are sometimes an exception. And since this is an easy meal, it’s a win-win for all of us.
Side Dish Ideas
I’ve been getting asparagus in my CSA box for several weeks, and it’s so delicious. Asparagus Soup is a great way to use it. Young kids might not like the idea of green soup, but with the flavors the other ingredients add to it, it can be a good way to get family members interested in asparagus.
Coconut flour biscuits are a great way to add a low-carb bread to any meal.
These Strawberry Rhubarb Pancakes are perfect for this time of year with both strawberries and rhubarb in season.
This Paleo Rhubarb Coffee Cake is another great way to use rhubarb (have I mentioned that I love rhubarb!?).
This Gluten-Free Banana Cake is so moist and delicious. It is a top pick at my house when it comes to cake.
These Paleo Banana Bars are sweet enough for me to count as a dessert but they’re also great for snacks.