Menu Plan Monday, February 3

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I’m excited to start a new month with Menu Plan Monday! We did some freezer cooking this weekend–Chili and Bean Burritos (mine used Daiya cheese and just beans and all of them used gluten-free homemade tortillas!) and it only took a couple of hours. I was surprised how easy it was and I’m excited to have portable easy lunches available again! I also enjoyed this yummy dairy free cheese dip–I never made the chips to dip it in, but I ate up a lot of zucchini slices with that dip!

The theme for the Gluten Free Menu Swap over a Celiac Family is Brussel Sprouts. We love Brussel Sprouts around here! Everyone will eat them anyway they are cooked except my husband doesn’t care for any roasted vegetables. I usually just get frozen and warm/cook them, but some of the ideas at Celiac Family look like fun!

Baked beans!

Baked beans!

I found a gluten-free slow cooker cookbook at the library and I’m enjoying adding some veggie based meals from there every week this month! It feels wonderful to be using a slow cooker again!

Sunday
Breakfast: Larabars, toast, frozen coffee drink
Lunch: Chili, Cornbread
Dinner: Cheese dip, brown rice chips, zucchini, olives, fish

Rest of the week:
Breakfast:
Eggs all kinds and all ways!
Mango Marriage Saver Smoothie
Carmel Apple Breakfast Casserole (with gluten-free bread!)

Dinner:
Breakfast for dinner: Waffles (Not sure what kind yet!)
Oven fried chicken (fish for me!), mashed potatoes, sautéed zucchini/onions
Tamale Pie
Bean Burrito
Cumin Lime Bean Quinoa Salad
Pizza, Salad
Mango Marriage Saver Smoothie, popcorn
Potato Chip Fish, sweet potatoes fries, roasted broccoli
Leftovers!

For more menu ideas check out Org Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday! Or for gluten-free menus check out Celiac Family and the Gluten Free Menu Swap!

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  1. ♥ Daiya. Yummy. One would never know it was a cheese alternative. I want to do the chicken and waffles but syrup and agave sweetner do not agree with me. Gonna have to find an alternative.

    • I don’t like agave either. Have you tried honey? I also like to top mine with almond butter and strawberries, bananas, or maybe I’ll try oranges this week!

      • I haven’t tried honey but it is worth a shot. Maybe I can melt a little almond butter to see how it tastes. Perhaps my taste buds have changed because I can hardly take tge sweetness.

      • That’s possible. When I use almond butter and fruit I don’t really need any other sweetener. I can’t get tons of maple syrup like the Princess does! Yikes!

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