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WinterCauliOur themes at the Gluten-Free Menu Swap this month will be winter produce. This week’s Winter Produce is Cauliflower.

After a month of trying different GF diets, I can tell you that Cauliflower was allowed on all of them. (The FODMAPs diet recommends eating only small amounts.) Like many vegetables, it’s very low in calories, but is packed with nutrients! It’s loaded with anti-oxidants, vitamins (C, B-complex, and K), and minerals (calcium, manganese, copper, iron, and potassium). It’s been included in diets to help fight cancers, reduce inflammation in the body, and remove toxins from the body.

I found some great recipes with Cauliflower to try:

Don’t forget to check below our menu for more gluten-free menus, meals, and recipes with Cauliflower.

Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:

Southwestern Chicken Salad

Southwestern Chicken Salad

Rainbow Veggie and Fruit Salad

Rainbow Veggie & Fruit Salad

Berry Fruit Salad

Berry Fruit Salad

Monday –  Rotisserie Chicken, Roasted Cauliflower with Bacon and Garlic

Tuesday – Southwestern Chicken Salad

Wednesday – Chili and Cornbread

Thursday – Pizza with a Cauliflower Crust, Rainbow Apple Salad

FridaygfJules Waffles, Berry Fruit Salad

Saturday – Eating Out

Sunday – Baked Chicken Wings, Anti-Pasta Cauliflower Salad

Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup

Gluten Free Always Blog: Gluten-Free
Melissa has a very tempting Curried Cauliflower Soup on her menu this week. She’s also planning for Honey Lime Chicken Tacos, Tater Tot Casserole, Mac & Cheese, Pot Roast, Rice Bake Casserole, and Beefy Noodles.

Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa has lots of great ideas in her menu plan this week. For starters, she’s working with a tight budget, so it’s full of meals good for stretching your dollars. Second, she’s listing her family’s breakfast and lunch plans, too. Lastly, Melissa has a plan for loading her freezer with meals to use later in the month. Dinners for this week will be Roasted Chicken, Polish Sausage, Chicken Vegetable Rice Soup, and Cabbage Rice Casserole. Check out her full menu for more details and recipe links.

The Girl Who Couldn’t Eat Anything: eating without Gluten, Dairy, Peanuts, Oats, or Meat
Elisabeth says she is amazed at what you can make with cauliflower, like this Cauli-Power Fettuccine Alfredo at Oh She Glows, which is gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. She also enjoys cauliflower roasted, and added to mashed potatoes, but not this week. This week, she’ll be having Black Bean Sweet Potato Burgers, Pinto Beans and Salsa Soup, Curried Roasted Veggies with grits, White Bean Pita Pockets, Orange Beef and Broccoli, Italian Bowl, Chipotle Bean and Spinach Tostadas, Veggie Soup, and Pizza. For more details and ideas for breakfast and lunch, visit her full menu post.

Check back later to see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for including Cauliflower in your meals.

Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?

  • For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
  • Join us next week for sharing gluten-free menus and recipes with Clementines.
  • The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme.

Need more menu ideas?

  • smallbuttonLaura at OrgJunkie.com hosts Menu Plan Monday every week. You’ll find links to hundreds of meal plans (not necessarily gluten-free) there.
  • Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
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DietPaleoAIPThis month at the Gluten-Free Menu Swap, we’re exploring specific gluten-free diets. So far, this month, we’ve explored the Paleo Diet, the Low FODMAPs Diet, and the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). This week, I’m trying the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Diet. 

The AIP diet starts with the usual Paleo restrictions (no grains, no dairy, no sugar, no legumes) and adds no nuts, no seeds, no eggs, no sweeteners, no nightshades, no chocolate, no coffee, no vegetable oils, no processed foods, no alcohol, and no NSAIDS. Whoa! That’s a lot of foods to worry about! And no chocolate?!! Ugh. So, why would you want to try this diet?

Well, this diet is specifically for people who have developed autoimmune diseases, and need to remove inflammation in the body, in order to manage their symptoms. However, some people without a diagnosed autoimmune disease like to use this diet as an elimination diet. That is, they remove all the foods that are suspects of causing problems for them. Their body starts to heal after removing the bad stuff. Then, they slowly start reintroducing foods to see how their body reacts. It can be a very effective way of identifying foods that trigger bad responses in your body — inflammation, digestive issues, skin and allergy reactions, etc.

What can you eat on this diet? Think of the basics. Fresh foods.

  • Meats — Try grass-fed, all natural meats for best results.
  • Vegetables — All but nightshades (no tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant, and any spices from seeds and chilis) are allowed.
  • Fruits — All fruits are allowed, but don’t consume too much.
  • Oil/Fats — Avoid vegetable oils. Instead use olive oil, avocado, bacon fat, coconut oil, and possibly ghee.
  • Sweeteners — Use only small amounts of honey and maple syrup.
  • Herbal and Green Teas
  • Herbs — Fresh is best, and avoid the seeds.

It may seem pretty restrictive, but if you are dealing with some serious symptoms, you might just be willing to take the plunge. A week is not really long enough to try any diet for health reasons. Some people may start to see results in a couple weeks. But, if your body is in need of long term healing, it may take months. If you’re thinking about trying it for an extended period of time (6 – 24 months), it’s best to consult with your doctor.

I have trouble lasting for more than a couple weeks on the regular Paleo diet. I’m always sooo hungry! I just can’t seem to get enough calories. But, I have suspected that I have issues with nightshade vegetables, so I thought I’d give it a try. I wasn’t sure I could even come up with a menu. But, I think I’ve got a plan for this week that will work. And, since I cheated so badly on last week’s SCD menu plan, I’m ready to cut back on the starchy carbs again.

For more information on AIP and recipe ideas, check these resources:

  • AIP Lifestyle: Jessica Flanigan, a clinical nutritionist shares information, recipes, and tips for living a paleo lifestyle to manage autoimmune diseases.
  • Alt-ternative Autoimmune: I love how Angie describes Paleo as a template for creating a diet and lifestyle that works for you.
  • Autoimmune Paleo: Great print-out guides to help plan your meals, or take to the grocery store with you when shopping. Good source for recipes, too.
  • PaleoNonPaleo: a great interview and FAQs with Paleo Mom.
  • Paleo Mom Recipes: Look for recipes that indicate they are Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) -friendly. Also helpful, is a list of spices allowed on the AIP diet.
  • Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtables at Phoenix Helix
  • 30 AIP Paleo Breakfast Ideas at Salixisme
  • Practical Paleo is more than a cookbook! It explains, in detail, about digestion, leaky gut, blood sugar regulation, etc. It also provides 30-day meal plans for specific health issues —  including Autoimmune, Blood Sugar Regulation, Thyroid Health, MS, Fibromyalgia, Athletic Performance, Squeaky Clean Paleo, and more! It contains tear-out guides for Paleo foods (including foods marked for nightshades and FODMAPs), Sweeteners, and Gluten. And, it’s full of recipes, too! Each recipe is marked for nuts, eggs, nightshades, and FODMAPs. Very useful, with lots of great recipes, and ideas. You’ll find more of her recipes at Balanced Bites.

Some Paleo AIP Recipes I Need to Try:

Don’t forget to check below our menu for more gluten-free menus, meals, and ideas for Paleo AIP meals.

Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:

Simple Asparagus

Simple Asparagus

Easy Garlic Shrimp

Easy Garlic Shrimp

Salmon with Dill

Salmon with Dill

Monday –  Bacon-wrapped Chicken Tenders, Roasted Cauliflower, Asparagus (no parmesan)

Tuesday – Easy Garlic Shrimp (olive oil, no butter), Spaghetti Squash instead of noodles

Wednesday – Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Avocado, Cilantro

Thursday – Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry, Ginger Garlic Cauliflower Rice

Friday – Grilled Pork Chops, Roasted Winter Squash, Spinach and Bacon Sauté

Saturday –Salmon with Lemon and Dill, Cauliflower Rice, Garlic & Dill Zucchini

Sunday – leftovers

Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup

Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa is staying on budget and has lots of fresh vegetables in her menu this week. She’ll be eating Roasted Chicken with a Zucchini and Tomato Bake, Cabbage Beef Casserole, Chicken Stuffed Carnival Squash, and Tuna Noodle Casserole. She also has a couple slow-cooker meals planned: Italian Chicken with Pasta and Goulash with Spaghetti Squash. Check out her full menu for GF/DF Breakfast and Lunch ideas, too!

The Girl Who Couldn’t Eat Anything: eating without Gluten, Dairy, Peanuts, Oats, or Meat
Elisabeth has trouble following the AIP diet because of her own problems eating meat. But, she already has identified the foods that cause her problems, and there are plenty for her to avoid! And yet, she always manages to have an interesting and tasty menu. This week it includes Enchilada Bowl, Veggie Sandwich, Tomato Basil Rigatoni, Jerk Chickpeas, Curried Chickpea Wraps, BBQ Bean Stew, and Black Bean and Salsa Soup. She also includes her breakfast and lunch plans in her weekly menu, so check it all out.

Check back later to see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for Paleo AIP meals.

Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?

  • For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
  • Join us next week for sharing gluten-free menus and recipes with Cauliflower.
  • The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme.

Need more menu ideas?

  • smallbuttonLaura at OrgJunkie.com hosts Menu Plan Monday every week. You’ll find links to hundreds of meal plans (not necessarily gluten-free) there.
  • Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
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THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED AND POSTED. DON’T FORGET TO REQUEST YOUR FREE SAMPLE.

Enter Giveaway below to win a box of gfJules™ Gluten-Free Baking Mix.

Receive a FREE sample of gfJules™ Gluten-Free Flour. (Scroll to bottom for details.)

gfJulesboxesJules Shepard has started a new line of Gluten-Free mixes. To be more precise, she is re-launching her popular gluten-free baking mixes under a new company name: gfJules™. So, if you’re already familiar with her gluten-free flour mixes, make sure you’re getting THE Real Jules.

I’m happy to support Jules in her new venture. She has done so much for the gluten-free community. Her cookbook was one of the very first I bought when I started this gluten-free lifestyle almost 10 years ago. I bought it directly from her at a Chesapeake Celiac Support Group. You may have participated in the annual Gluten-Free Cookie Swap on Facebook and Pinterest that she organizes each year. And, we’ve all benefited from her work on the 1 in 133 organization. My family and I were glad to be able to attend the 11-foot tall gluten-free cake-building event in 2011. The event was certainly a big push to get the gluten-free labeling laws noticed, passed, and finally implemented last year.

I make a lot of gluten-free food from scratch. I have a pantry filled with a variety of gluten-free flours, but I have to say that I really like the convenience of starting with baking mixes. A tried and tested gluten-free mix that works just right for the product you want just seems to make life a little easier. Jules sent me a box each of the Gluten-Free Pancake & Waffle Mix and the Graham Cracker/Gingerbread Mix to try.

The gfJules website says this about her baking mixes:

  • “All gfJules products are free of the Top 8 food allergens
  • All gfJules products are made in a dedicated GF and allergen-free facility
  • If you don’t love it, and we can’t find a way to help you love it, then we’ll refund your purchase price”

gfJules™ Gluten-Free Pancake & Waffle Mix

  • gfJulesPancakesNo brown Rice Flour
  • No Bean Flours
  • No Dairy, Nuts or Soy
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan

I was so happy to see that this mix is dairy-free! So many of the gluten-free mixes in the stores contain powdered milk. I made pancakes with the mix, and my kids LOVED them! The pancakes browned very nicely, but I have to warn you. It is a very thick batter. The first batch I made I added some water to thin it out, so the batter would spread after being poured onto the skillet. That was my mistake because the pancakes ended up gummy inside. After reading the cooking instructions more carefully, it says to “spread the batter with a spoon so the pancake is not too thick.” OK, lesson learned.

Following the directions, the pancakes turned out much better and still moist. That makes it perfect for reheating frozen leftovers in the toaster, if you have any. :) Each box comes with two bags of mix. I found that each bag made about 16-20 pancakes depending on the size you make them.

 

gfJules™ Gluten-Free Graham Cracker/Gingerbread Mix

  • gfJulescrackersNo Bean Flours
  • No Dairy, Nuts, or Soy
  • 96% Non-GMO
  • Vegan

The graham cracker mix makes a large batch. It was quick and easy to mix them up. To roll them out, I didn’t add extra flour as the directions said to do. I simply rolled them out on parchment paper, with plastic wrap on top. That works out well for me, and I don’t have to worry about extra flour. I rolled out half the dough to about a 12″x 16″ rectangle, and cut the crackers into roughly 2″ squares. (I ended up with about 80 crackers.) I sprinkled some of them with cinnamon-sugar before baking and they were even tastier.

Perfect for some yummy s’mores, or just for snacking. This would be great for making gingerbread men and gingerbread houses for the holidays, too. You just need to add some additional spices to the mix.

 THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED AND POSTED. DON’T FORGET TO REQUEST YOUR FREE SAMPLE.

Enter to win a gfJules™ Gluten-Free Baking Mix

Finally, the giveaway details! Jules has offered to give a full-size box of one of her baking mixes to two lucky readers.

  • gfJulesPancakebagsTo enter, simply leave a comment below saying which product you would like to try: gfJules™ Pancake & Waffle Mix or gfJules™ Gluten-Free Graham Cracker/Gingerbread Mix.
  • You can receive bonus entries for letting your friends know about the giveaway on Twitter, Facebook, or other social media. Just be sure to come back and leave an additional comment below letting us know where you mentioned it.
  • Make sure when you’re leaving a comment, that you put your email address in the appropriate box so that I can contact you if you win.
  • All comments/entries must be received no later than 11:59 pm EDT, Saturday Jan. 31, 2015.

Two Winners will be chosen using a random generator. Each winner will receive one box of their choice of gfJules™ gluten-free baking mixes. The winner should respond within 48 hours after being contacted by email. If I’m unable to contact a winner, another winner will be chosen. Good Luck! Keep reading for details on how everyone can get a sample of gfJules™ Gluten-Free Flour Mix.

 THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED AND POSTED. DON’T FORGET TO REQUEST YOUR FREE SAMPLE.

Everyone Wins!

Jules has also generously agreed to send EVERYONE a 3/4 Cup sample of gfJules™ Gluten-Free Flour Mix. The flour is used as a 1:1 replacement that works in just about any recipe, but it will come with a recipe to make muffins. You simply need to send an email requesting a sample to Samples@gfJules.com. Be sure to include your U.S. shipping address. (Sorry, the free samples will not be shipped out of country.)

Some of the benefits of her Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour:

  • APF-SB-FRONT-e1411136820110Certified GF from GFCO
  • Certified Kosher from OU
  • Vegan
  • Made in a dedicated GF and top 8 food allergen-free facility
  • 1:1 flour that works in nearly of your favorite recipes (and it’s guaranteed)
  • the flour is tasteless and has no grit – just like the white flour you’re used to baking with
  • 18 month shelf life
  • Non-GMO

To find THE Real Jules and Gluten-Free Baking Mixes, Recipes, and Support for the Gluten-Free Community, check these out:

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DietSCDThis month at the Gluten-Free Menu Swap, we’re exploring specific gluten-free diets. So far, this month, we’ve explored the Paleo Diet and the Low FODMAPs Diet. This week, I’m trying the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). 

The SCD diet was created to help patients with Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Diverticulitis, Cystic Fibrosis, and other digestive disorders. The diet removes foods that are difficult for many people to digest, like grains, lactose, sugar, and some beans and vegetables. Removing these foods is intended to help reduce intestinal inflammation, get the bacterial levels balanced and stabilized, and promote healing of the gut.

What you can eat on this diet: meat, nuts and seeds, dairy with no lactose, fruits, and selected beans and vegetables. For a detailed, alphabetical list of foods that are legal and illegal, check out Breaking the Vicious Cycle website. You can print a categorized list of Foods Allowed and Foods to Avoid on the SCD diet at Health Through Diet.

I had to print the list, so I could keep track of the vegetables I can eat on the diet. Unlike the FODMAPs diet, you can eat onion and garlic. (My husband will be happy about that!) You can also eat Asparagus, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Kale, Peas, Pumpkin, Squash, Tomatoes, Zucchini, and more. Vegetables you can’t eat include: Canned Vegetables, Cucumbers, Jicama, Okra, Potatoes, and Yams.

For breakfast this week, I’ll be eating Eggs and Veggies, Elana’s Cinnamon Bun Muffins made with honey, and Fruit Smoothies. For lunches, I’ll be eating dinner leftovers, chicken lettuce wraps, and salads.

For more information on SCD and recipe ideas, check these resources:

Don’t forget to check below our menu for more gluten-free menus, meals, and ideas for SCD meals.

Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:

Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

Salmon w/Balsamic Glaze

Salmon w/Balsamic Glaze

Rainbow Veggie and Fruit Salad

Rainbow Veggie/Fruit Salad

Monday –  Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork (no bun), Roasted Broccoli, Acorn Squash

Tuesday – Beef Stew with Carrots and Squash instead of potatoes

Wednesday –Baked Salmon with a Balsamic Glaze, Asparagus

Thursday – Hamburger (no bun), Zucchini Fries, and Rainbow Apple Salad

Friday – Eating Out

Saturday – Chicken Wings, Orange Spiced Carrots, Roasted Cauliflower

Sunday – leftovers

Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup

Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa is using her slow-cooker this week for Roasted Whole Chicken, Beef Stew with Potatoes Carrots and Peas, and Turkey and Veggie Soup. She’s also happy to have some freezer meals on hand!  Vegetable Bolognese with EggplantCabbage Beef Casserole, and Moroccan Ground Beef with Zucchini and Tomatoes round out her dinner menu this week.

The Girl Who Couldn’t Eat Anything: eating without Gluten, Dairy, Peanuts, Oats, or Meat
This month, Elisabeth is trying a meal planning service that provides menus for gluten-free, vegan, and soy-free meals. This week, however, she’s using up leftovers to fill her menu. She’ll be enjoying Indonesian Stir Fry, Chickpea Noodle Soup, Italian Noodle Bowl, Triple Green Quesadillas, Black Bean Tortas, Pizza and salad.

Check back later to see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for SCD meals.

Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?

  • For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
  • Join us next week for sharing gluten-free menus and gluten-free foods that work for a Paleo Autoimmune Diet.
  • The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme.

Need more menu ideas?

  • smallbuttonLaura at OrgJunkie.com hosts Menu Plan Monday every week. You’ll find links to hundreds of meal plans (not necessarily gluten-free) there.
  • Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
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DietFodmapsThis month at the Gluten-Free Menu Swap, we’re exploring specific gluten-free diets. Last week we shared ideas for a Paleo Diet. This week, I’m trying the FODMAPs diet. 

The FODMAPs diet has been reported to help reduce symptoms of IBS, or irritable bowel syndrome, and other gastrointestinal problems. So, if  you are on a gluten-free diet, but still experience frequent problems with bloating, constipation, cramping, diarrhea, etc., you may want to consider looking at the FODMAPs diet. FODMAPs is an acronym for Fermentable Oligo- Di- Monosaccharides And Polyols. The diet focuses on eating a diet LOW in those types of foods. It avoids carbohydrates high in fructose, lactose, fructans, galactans, and polyols.

The goal of the FODMAPs diet is to keep your intake of FODMAPs low, but you do not have to eliminate them completely. It is similar to the Paleo diet because it avoids wheat and gluten, legumes, and sweeteners. Unlike the Paleo diet, the FODMAPs diet allows grains like rice and corn, and dairy foods that are low in lactose.

I was surprised that the FODMAPs diet also restricts onion and garlic. I love onion and garlic! But, maybe I’ve been loving it too much. :) You’ll find a good list of foods to eat, and those to avoid on this diet at the Stanford Health Care and at the IBS Group websites. I also like this post of the 8 Signs of FODMAP Intolerance.

For breakfast this week, I’ll be eating oatmeal, eggs, and Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins. For lunches, I’ll be eating chicken rice soup, baked potatoes, and chicken lettuce wraps.

Don’t forget to check below our menu for more gluten-free menus, meals, and ideas for low FODMAPs meals.

Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:

Baked Chicken Nuggets

Baked Chicken Nuggets

Flank Steak

Flank Steak

Red Potato & Green Bean Salad

Red Potato/Green Bean Salad

Monday –  Baked Chicken, Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Broccoli

Tuesday – Spaghetti and Meatballs, tossed green salad

Wednesday – Chicken Nuggets, Potato Chips, Carrots

Thursday – Flank Steak, sautéed spinach, Red Potato and Green Bean Salad

Friday – GF Waffles with a Tropical Fruit Salad (no mango, no dressing)

Saturday – leftovers

Sunday – GF Pizza, Spinach Salad

Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup

Gluten Free Always Blog: Gluten-Free
Melissa has some great meals planned for the week. She starts with Spaghetti, Pot Roast, and Caribbean Roast Chicken. Beefy Noodles, Coconut Curry Chicken, Beefy Short Ribs, and Chicken Pot Pie finish out the meals for the week.

Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa has a couple meals this week that would work on a low FODMAPs diet: Zucchini Pasta (also Paleo) and Beef Stew (but leave out the peas). She has some other yummy meals that could work for the FODMAPs diet if you left out the onion and garlic (ugh!): Sausage, Kale, and Spaghetti Squash BoatsSlow-Cooker Turkey Vegetable Soup, and Weight Watchers 0-Point Vegetable Soup. For more gluten-free meal ideas, check out her full menu this week.

Check back later to see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for Low FODMAPs meals.

Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?

  • For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
  • Join us next week for sharing gluten-free menus and gluten-free foods that work for a Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD).
  • The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme.

Need more menu ideas?

  • smallbuttonLaura at OrgJunkie.com hosts Menu Plan Monday every week. You’ll find links to hundreds of meal plans (not necessarily gluten-free) there.
  • Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
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