I’ve got 7 great days of wonderful dishes lined up for this week’s gluten-free diet menu plan. Here are the highlights.
Stuffed Peppers, a classic in my home, will begin the week. I’ve combined the peppers with raw veggies and biscotti. Now biscotti is really fun to make. I hope you enjoy fooling around in the kitchen like I do.
Then, on Day 2 there will be a Mediterranean-inspired chicken. That’s followed by a Low Carb Meal on Day 3 which features tilapia done in the oven; quick and yummy.
Day 4 is another old favorite in my home… a Crockpot Meal of Beef Stew. My husband absolutely loves this one so I’ll probably need to make extra.
On Day 5 I’ll be making a salad with Roasted Chicken Breasts. I’ll roast ’em in the oven along with the Pumpkin Bread I’m baking for desert. However, if you have roasted chicken in the freezer from an earlier meal, this would be a good time to use it.
A 30 Minute Meal makes quick work of supper on the 6th day with clam chowder and salmon croquettes.
To finish off the week there’s a Paleo Meal which includes Chicken Stew with Carrots and Celery, The medley of flavors is rounded out by mashed potatoes garnished with either butter or ghee. For a gluten-free and paleo dessert, I’ll be trying some Paleo chocolate cookies. They are an example of some of the good ideas which the paleo diet has, and since it’s completely grain-free, it’s also gluten-free.
Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan
For the Week of February 24, 2013
Raw Broccoli, Carrot & Cheese Sticks
Fettucine and Olive Oil
Day 3 – Low Carb Meal
Sautéed Onions and Green Beans
Cabbage, Shredded and Sautéed (or substitute Buttered Noodles for the Carb-Lovers)
Day 4 – Crockpot Meal
Roasted Chicken Breasts on Mixed Salad Greens with Avocado
(I’ll roast the chicken while the bread is baking, or I could use leftovers from the freezer if I have them)
Day 6 – 30 Minute Meal
New England Clam Chowder
Butter Lettuce and Spinach Salad with Vinaigrette
Day 7 – Paleo Diet
Mashed Potatoes with Butter or Ghee
This gluten-free menu plan is designed for those with gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity, or celiac (coeliac) disease, but I’ve found that people who have no food allergies like these gluten-free recipes, too. They are wheat-free recipes, as well as barley-free and rye-free. They are suitable for a wheat-free diet, and many are also suitable for the paleo diet or may be casein-free, dairy-free, egg-free, lactose-free, nut-free or refined sugar-free.
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