April Meal Idea Round Up

April 19, 2012

We are always in need of some great meal ideas through out the week right? Many people who are new to being gluten free find it difficult to think of things to make. I know I struggled with this at first when my husband was diagnosed.  The good news is you can turn just about any recipe into a gluten free recipe with some substitutions.  I went on the search for some delicious yummy recipes and found these. They are either naturally gluten free, or only require a few simple substitutions to make them gluten free. Easy peasy!

The links to the images are listed below with some suggestions of the substitutions you could make for that recipe. I hope this gives you some yummy inspiration for the next time you are in the kitchen.

 

1. Farfalle with Sausage, Tomatoes and Cream (Use GF Pasta instead)

2. Basil Pesto (Completely GF!)

3. Grilled Kielbasa and Pesto Penne (Use GF Penne Pasta instead)

4. Luscious Lemon Tart (Completely GF!)

5. Sticky Sticks (Use GF Soy Sauce, make sure Fish Sauce is GF as well or omit)

6. Hearty Whole Grain Bread (Completely GF!)

7. Maple-Mustard Glazed Fresh Pork Roast (Completely GF!)

8. Panera Mac and Cheese (Use GF Shell Pasta, use white rice flour instead of all-purpose flour)

9. Slow Cooker Chicken Santa Fe (Completely GF!)

Thank you for sharing some wonderful recipes for the round up!

*Images not taken by glutenfreeconfessions

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3 Comments

  • Reply Alison April 19, 2012 at 17:41

    Thanks for including my tart. Everything looks amazing. =)

  • Reply Sarah Hornacek June 15, 2012 at 08:16

    Your blog is beautiful! I just stumbled upon it and fell in love. Looking forward to trying some of your recipes!

    I actually just started my gluten free baking blog. I’ve been baking gluten free for over 2 years now, my husband has celiacs and I have a gluten allergy, along with my son. It’s been an adventure, but a fun one!

    http://sarahbakesgfree.blogspot.com/

    -Sarah Hornacek

  • Reply sarah March 11, 2014 at 16:14

    I have recently decided to try and go Gluten Free to aid with my auto immune disorder and have no idea what to cook or eat. Your blog looks really interesting and helpful. Here’s hoping.

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