How to Go Gluten Free Food Suggestions


You’ve gone through your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer.  You probably are looking at your box to donate to friends, family or local food pantry and wondering what you are going to eat.

 

DO NOT GET OVER WHELMED!!!!

 

For me, this was the hardest part.  Focus on what you CAN have!!!  I loved sandwiches so I have tried different kinds of bread.   So now you are wondering “what am I going to eat?”.   Here are some general meal and snack ideas for you to help you get started.

 

Breakfast

Cereal – Cherrios, Chex (Rice, Corn), Special K
Oatmeal – make sure it says it’s gluten free!

Eggs
Cheese

Potatoes

Breakfast meats – be careful because fillers in meats are often wheat.  Coloring & natural flavors could be an issue as well.  Try to get a chicken or turkey sausage from the gluten free section of your grocery store.

Fruit

Yogurt – but be careful of things added as they may have gluten in them!

Vegetables

 

Lunch

Cheese

Rice

Potatoes

Beef

Chicken

Vegetables

Salad

 

Dinner

Rice

Potatoes

Beef

Chicken

Vegetables

Salad

 

Snacks

Hard boiled Eggs

Cheese

Fruit

Veggies – if you are inclined to dip in dressing make sure you read the label!

Yogurt

Nuts – do not get them from the open bins as there can be cross contamination.

Salsa

Guacamole

Corn Chips

 

 

Breakfast:

Breakfast bowl with some potatoes, eggs, cheese and salsa,

cup of coffee

Snack:

Peanut Butter & Apple

Lunch:

Salad with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green onion, cheese, walnuts, craisins, and gluten free salad dressing, ice tea

Snack:

walnuts & craisins

Dinner:

Grilled chicken breast, baked potato, and steamed broccoli and ice tea.

 

If you need help with actual meal planning email or Facebook message me and I’ll help you out!

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