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Celiac Meals

gluten free was never so easy.

These meal plans will get you through the “survival phase” of eliminating gluten.
They’re a kick-start to realistically eating gluten free for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

THE MENUS

  • Not gourmet on purpose

  • Use SIMPLE ingredients

  • Shopping lists included

  • Dairy free options

  • Kid-approved

4 EXTRA LUNCH IDEAS

For lunch, pick one of the meals to make at the beginning of the week & portion it out to enjoy throughout the week!


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Quick Tips

make life easier

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  • Breakfast Tip: When you cook gluten free pancakes, French toast, waffles, etc., make an extra large batch and freeze the extras! When you’re in a pinch, all you’ll have to do is pull one out & microwave or toast it!

  • Time-Saving Tip: At the beginning of the week, wash and cut up all the fruit & veggies you need for the week. You can also pre-cook meat for the week so it’s ready to throw in a dish later!

  • Healthy Healing Tip: Dark green RAW vegetables and omega 3 fatty acids are necessary as you’re trying to heal your gut & maintain it. Here are some examples of how to include omega 3s in every meal:

    • Greens: Use spinach on tacos, sandwiches, omelettes. You can put spinach into blended food (meat balls, potato patties, etc.), mix spinach & kale with other greens in salads, blend spinach into smoothies, etc.

    • Omega 3: Add ground chia or flax seeds into baked goods. Sprinkle ground chia or flax seeds in various dishes such as shepherd’s pie, gravies, tacos, smoothies, etc. Eating 1/4-1/2 cup seeds per day helps with the healing process! Put crushed walnuts into quick breads, sprinkle over salads, and even put it into trail mix. Plan meals that include salmon and tuna!


  • >>For more easy cooking ideas, go to my blog & read
    Homemade Fast Food.