The Menu Plan for this first week in March starts off with a quick and flavorful pork chop dinner and finishes with a roast beef dinner (it’s also a delicious paleo meal). In between are chicken soup, a casserole, pan-grilled salmon and more. Four of these are 30 minute meals so there’s still time to eat on busy days.
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.
Here we are ready for Presidents Day this week, and even though the groundhog predicted an early spring a few weeks ago, we’re still having winter here. The whole idea of winter makes me want another steaming mug of coffee, so come join me while we look at the gluten-free menu plan for this week.
There are three 30 Minute Meals this week, including the one for Presidents Day. So, in honor of George Washington’s birthday, we’re adding dried cherries to the Marshmallow Crispy Treats.
For the first time this week we are featuring a Paleo Diet Menu (that’s on Day 7).
Tamale Pie is a traditional Tex-Mex dish that my family and most people I’ve ever served it to rave about.
Making a Tamale Pie is pretty easy.
You simply put chili in a casserole dish, stir in some cheese and top it with cornmeal mush….
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