Simple Gluten Free Weekly Menu 12/10

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Simple Gluten Free Weekly Menu. Gluten Free shouldn’t be difficult! Check out our simple ideas for eating gluten free for less.

[You can see our family’s $125 Budget Weekly Menu here. These are the adjustments we make for my daughter who eats gluten free for medical reasons (still within the $125 weekly budget).]

Click each purple link for the recipe or product we use! 


Egg & Cheese Bagel (Udi’s Gluten Free Bagel)

Homemade Gluten Free Waffles with DIY Waffle Syrup

Fried Eggs with Spinach, orange slices

Chex cereal with milk

Yogurt with fresh cherries

Cheese Toast (Udi’s Gluten Free Bread), banana

Oatmeal (Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Whole Grain Steel Cut Oatswith raisins, Easy Baked Apples



Turkey Avocado Wrap, apple slices with cinnamon

(we’re using a corn tortilla, but you can use Rudi’s Gluten Free Wraps)

Deli ham slices with cream cheese and green onions, cucumber slices with ranch dressing x2

Homemade Pizza Bagel (Udi’s Gluten Free Bagel)

Nachos with avocado slices

Apple Sandwiches

Leftovers from dinner




BBQ Chicken Tostadas, Romaine Salad

Steak and Peppers, rice

Baked Potatoes, broccoli, bacon (Watch my Best Baked Potatoes Video here)

Easy Potato Soup, Grilled Cheese (Udi’s Gluten Free Bread)

Beef Roast, steamed green beans, mashed potatoes

Black Bean Chicken Chili, tortilla chips

Breakfast for Dinner: Scrambled eggs and bacon


*Please note: This menu is intended to spark ideas for affordable gluten free meals, but in no way is intended as medical, nutritional or other professional advice.

If you would like menu planning help, try my favorite meal planning service eMeals*. They offer weekly lunch and dinner menus  including recipes and a grocery list and they have a GLUTEN FREE Plan!


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  1. Jennifer brown says

    I have a dumb question- with the Udis frozen bread, how have you found it to be best served? Do you thaw it, store it in the fridge? Does it turn out with about the same consistency of normal bread? Thanks!

    • says

      We keep it in the freezer and thaw it for sandwiches or pop it right in the toaster for toast. It has a similar consistency as bread as long as it doesn’t get too soggy. When I make French Toast I only thaw it a little before dipping it in the egg mixture and frying it.

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