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Gluten Free Menu Plan {Six}

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Last week marked three years since I went gluten free and one of the best things I have done over the last three years, when it comes to cooking, is menu planning.

I menu planned long before I was gluten free, but after going gluten free I realized even more how much I needed it. Eating gluten free makes eating out and eating prepared or boxed foods very challenging.

We did not eat out a lot, or eat a lot of boxed foods, before going gluten free, but we did occasionally, like when I was having one of those crazy busy days or we were sick, etc. Once you are gluten free though, you really start to appreciate the convenience of being able to do that, even if it is only once in awhile.

I know we eat a lot healthier now, but I think we can all admit pizza delivery or dinner from a boxed mix every once in awhile, really does save the day.

So, how do you solve this with gluten free eating? You have a plan. I keep a few things in the freezer and I menu plan. If I have a plan it is much easier to cook on days where I do not have time or do not feel up to it.

Now, my plan does not always go as planned, but most of the time it does and it makes that dinner time rush so much easier.

Here is the gluten free plan for this week. And as always read labels and be sure to use gluten free sausage, chips, pasta, tortillas, etc.

Dinner Plan

Mexican Pork Chops

Southwest Baked Spaghetti

Fluffy Gluten Free Pancakes– Breakfast for Dinner

Southwest Ground Beef Stew

Barbecue Meatballs

Crock Pot Drumsticks


For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

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