I have shared before about not menu planning because that was what worked for me. But now I’m in a season of life where planning is very helpful. At least once a week I am feeding seven adults for dinner, and that takes some planning.
If life is busy and you have kids to feed, chances are good that a menu plan will help your week go more smoothly. Make a plan and a list, and then shop once or twice at the most. Plan the easiest meals for the busiest days.
This week’s gluten-free menu plan is a mixture of easy and slightly more complicated meals. I hope they give you ideas and inspiration.
The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free and grain free diets for those who are interested.
Weekly Gluten-Free Menu Plan
Baked Chicken Kiev with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli. The coating on the chicken is not grain free. Try crushed potato chips, grain free bread crumbs, or almond meal.
Sausage with Apples and Onions and a salad.
Beef Tacos, Guacamole, veggies and dip. For dairy free omit cheese and sour cream from tacos. For grain free, use a paleo wrap or make a taco salad.
Hamburger (or Sausage) Spinach Quiche For grain free, use arrowroot starch instead of corn starch and omit the crust.
Intense Chocolate Almond Bites (Grain Free)