{Gluten Free} Meal Plan 03.11.12 *with Linky*

Gluten Free Meal Plan via Musings of a Housewife

For more gluten free meal plans, see all my Meal Planning posts. Or check out my Recipe Index (not all my recipes are gluten free, but most can be adapted.)

MONDAY: Chicken in a Pot, rice, roasted carrots

TUESDAY: Gourmet Hamburgers with all the fixin’s (it’s gonna be 70 degrees, and we’re breaking out the grill. oh yeah!!)

WEDNESDAY: Tequila Lime Chicken (another grilled recipe) with mashed potatoes and roasted broccoli and cauliflower

THURSDAY: Salmon Cakes with quinoa and Easy Crust-less Spinach & Feta Pie

FRIDAY: Friday Night Chili (appropriate, right??) with raw veggies and gluten free corn bread

SATURDAY: Chicken Rice Casserole (using leftover chicken and rice from Monday) with “Very Different Spinach Salad” — recipe to come

What are you eating this week?

And if you have a great gluten-free recipe or gluten-free meal plan, please link up! I’m hoping to find some new recipes to try, and I’ll pin or tweet the ones that I plan to try!

Just be sure to link back to this post so your readers know where to find more delicious gluten free recipes. Feel free to grab the button or just link back via text link.

Comments

    • says

      I did it for a while and it didn’t take off so I stopped. But I’m going to work harder at it this time. I think it will be a great resource, and I’m looking forward to finding more GF recipes!!

      • says

        It takes a while. Ours is up to over 50 posts a week with over 100o views. But it was a slow start. Once people know you are there you will get the regulars. I will try to send some of my gluten free peeps over to you.

  1. says

    I’ve been getting recipes from http://www.thegraciouspantry.com. It’s a clean eating blog, and most of her recipes are around 5 ingredients! Love it! I need to get back on the wheat/dairy-free bandwagon; I’ve been feeling crappy lately!

    Have you tried any of the gluten-free flours? There are some you just do a 1:1 replacement and don’t have to add anything…wondering how they are? They are so expensive that I want someone who is experienced to try them for me, lol! For now I just avoid it all…

    • says

      I keep brown rice flour around to substitute in sauces and gravies. It works fine. As far as baking goes, you generally have to use a variety of flours to remotely resemble the glutenous baked goods you’re used to. I have the most luck using recipes other gluten free people have created because I’m not one to experiment in the kitchen. My experiments with transferring a regular recipe to gluten free have not gone so well.

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