Easy Go to Regular GF Meals

There are lots of easy go-to meals that are gluten free and here are some of our favorites.

One of the most difficult things about being diagnosed with celiac is the negativity – your mind seems to run constantly on what you can’t eat! We’ve found that one of the most helpful things you can do for yourself is to sit down and make a list of all the things that you CAN eat. Trust us, this list is a long one!  

The examples below are only some of the “regular” foods that you can still eat, without doing any gluten-free baking at all.

When substituting ingredients like tortillas, crackers, canned items, or any other items pre-made from the store be sure to read your labels. 

Make a List of What You Can Eat

Breakfast Ideas

Migas

Combine Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Sauteed Corn Tortilla Pieces, and Cheese

Eggs & Bacon

Yogurt

Make sure to check labels and if you add granola, make sure it is gluten-free granola made with 100% gluten-free oats. 

GF Cereal

Some of our favorites are Fruity Pebbles, Corn Chex or Rice Chex. Always be sure to read the label before you purchase each time.

Omelette

We love a full omelet, with ham, cheese, olives, tomato, and green onion. 

Fruit or Fruit Smoothie

We love raspberries and blueberries, and sometimes we even make a fruit smoothie. 

quick oats

Hashbrowns

Typically we cut up a yellow potato and fry it in some butter and we add some gluten-free seasoning wither garlic salt or cajun depending on how spicy we want them. 

Cream of Rice

Grits

Gluten Free Toast or Rice Cakes

Before we found good bread options we used rice and corn cakes as our go to bread replacement, particularly for breakfast. 

LUNCH Ideas

Lettuce Wrap Sandwich

Salad

Gluten Free Crackers with Tuna or Lunchmeat

Hamburger or Hot Dog with No Bun

Baked Potatoes

Corn Tortilla or Gluten Free Tortilla Quesadillas

Left Overs

DINNER IDEAS

Meat with Variety of Sides

Meat Ideas: Roast Beef, Grilled Chicken, Pork Chops, Steak. 

Side Ideas: Salad, Mashed Potatoes, Potato Wedges, Jello, Veggies, Corn on the Cob

Spanish Rice

Corn Tortilla Enchiladas

Street Tacos

Chicken or Steak Fajitas

Chili, Soup, or Stew

If you need to thicken your chili or stew be sure to use Eating Gluten Free All Purpose Flour.

Stuffed Peppers

BBQ Ribs

Spaghetti

Pulled Pork & Coleslaw

Beef Brocolli

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