This week’s gluten-free meal plan makes use of fall produce and includes several slow cooker meals to make dinner time a breeze.
My summer CSA subscription has ended, but I signed up for an 8-week fall season. The cooler weather means lettuce, spinach, and other leafy greens that I love getting. Plus plenty of apples as well as sweet potatoes, squash, broccoli, and more.
I never know what I’ll be getting until I pick it up, so my meals (or at least the vegetable portion) are planned after I get my box of produce. Last week I got a huge head of lettuce, which meant we ate a lot of salads.
Slow Cooker Chicken & Vegetables is super easy. Buy a chicken that’s small enough to fit your slow cooker but large enough to have leftovers.
Mexican Chili is one of our favorite meals. Sometimes I make 1 1/2 recipes (which still fits in my slow cooker) so we have plenty leftover. Let like having it for lunches.
Italian Sausage with Quinoa and Broccoli is an easy and tasty stove top meal. Even those who don’t particularly like quinoa often like it in this dish.
These Homemade Hot Pockets are healthier than the store bought variety, and they’re a fun meal for a Friday night or weekend.
I’m happy to be getting sweet potatoes in my CSA box, and these Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Coconut are a great way to enjoy them.
Kids especially enjoy these Dairy Free Bread Balls which use nutritional yeast to give them a little bit of a cheesy flavor. But adults love them too. They never last long at my house.
Zucchini Muffins are a great way to get your kids to eat veggies.
This Carmelized Onion & Red Pepper Frittata is a great weekend breakfast. Or you could serve it as breakfast for dinner.
This Banana Cake is super moist and delicious. It’s definitely a sweet treat that everyone will enjoy.
These Paleo Apple Bars can be eaten for breakfast, snack, or dessert (though you might want to sweeten them just a bit more for dessert, depending on your tastes).