This week’s gluten-free meal plan includes ideas for Memorial Day as well as tasty dinner ideas for any night of the week. You’ll also find suggestions for breakfast and dessert. Just click the links or the photos to get the recipes.
Anything wrapped always sounds like it’s time-consuming, but this Bacon Wrapped Chicken really is easy to make, and everyone loves it.
In case you don’t want to grill, Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes are a great option for a Memorial Day dinner. Pair them with homemade gluten-free hamburger buns. They’re more economical and taste better than store bought brands.
These Baked Chicken Tenders cook quickly and the coating keeps them moist. Coating things can also seem time-consuming, but it really doesn’t take long and it makes a big difference.
Mexican Beef Stew has become one of our favorite stews and it’s easy to make in the crock pot.
Salmon Cakes is one way that my family loves canned salmon, which makes it an easy pantry meal for nights when you’re out of fresh meat. Serve them with Tartar Sauce or Remoulade Sauce. Both are tasty and easy to make.
Biscuit Crust Pizza allows you to make homemade pizza without having to let the crust rise. It’s also great for making individual pizzas and letting everyone top their own. It’s a great recipe to let the kids help with.
Broccoli Slaw is an easy but tasty side dish that goes well with so many meals.
Baked Oatmeal can be put together the night before and then baked in the morning for an easy hot breakfast. It’s great leftover too.
With warmer weather here, I’m making more smoothies, and this Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie is a great way to start the day.
Angel Food Cupcakes are a delicious, light, dessert that would be great for a Memorial Day party or any day!
We love this Chocolate Coconut Candy which is super easy to make.