Menu Plan Monday — February 4th

For more ideas, check out Organizing Junkie or the Gluten-Free Menu Swap (hosted by Aprovechar this week)!


Breakfast — Soaked Oats

Lunch — Salami and Cheese, chips

Dinner — Sweet and Sour Chicken from My Gluten Free Cookbook (with breading ideas from here) and a Yummy Green Salad

Tuesday, Micah’s Birthday (gluten-filled day for the kids):

TRIX, bagels with cream cheese

Mac ‘n Cheese (not gluten free! i tried making gf mac n’ cheese and it did not turn out well. birthday boy gets the real thing — he has no aversion to gluten)

Pizza — I’m going to try to make this homemade and gluten free! I’ve NEVER had success with whole-wheat pizza dough, so I don’t have a lot of faith that I’ll be able to master gluten-free. We. Shall. See.

Gluten Free cupcakes to share at Cub Scouts


Breakfast — Cheese omelettes for the kids, Spinach and Cheese Omlettes for me

Lunch — For kids — toast leftover bagels with leftover pizza topping (not gluten free), for me — toast portobella mushroom with pizza toppings (idea from Fat Resistance Diet by Leo Galland, super yummy).

Dinner (company’s coming) — Allison’s White Bean Soup and Millet Biscuits with butter and honey


Breakfast — Golden Oats

Lunch — Leftover Soup

Dinner — Lentil Soup (we didn’t make this last week)


Breakfast — Gluten Free Pancakes or Waffles

Lunch — Apple Slices with PB, smoothies too

Dinner — Lentil Soup leftovers


Breakfast — Eggs

Lunch — Micah’s Party: hot dogs, snack veggies, cake

Dinner — Grilled Fish (I’m not sure what until I see what’s on sale at the grocery store)


Breakfast — Soaked Oats

Lunch — Go out after church or find leftovers

Dinner — Root Cobbler with Millet Dumplings (trying this recipe from Womanly Pursuits) and garden salad

6 thoughts on “Menu Plan Monday — February 4th

  1. GF Bakery makes a really good pizza dough mix. I just started the GF lifestyle and cooking (what can I say, I’m a college student), and it turned out perfect for me. Good luck making it homemade!

  2. Sounds like a great menu! I use Karen’s (at Gluten Free Sox) homemade pizza dough and just use brown rice flour. It is SO good and SO easy! You should try it! IT seems like a no fail recipe!

  3. Thanks for the tips on pizza dough. Carrie, I did try Karen’s from Gluten Free Sox and it came out fairly well. I messed it up a bit by not prebaking it the way I was supposed to, so I can’t wait to give it another go and see what happens next time!

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