Easy Gluten Free Meals You Need to Try

Easy gluten free meals.

Easy gluten free meals that are tasty and healthy! These will make menu planning to much easier. Ideas for breakfasts, lunch, snacks, supper, and dessert!

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We’ve been talking wheat free the past couple of weeks. I shared about our wheat free experiment and gave 9 suggestion to make going gluten free easier for your family (and on a budget). One of the hardest things can be coming up with recipes. A comment I heard several times from friends was “I just don’t know what I would do if we had to go wheat free. I wouldn’t know what to eat”.

Today, I’ve compiled a list of easy gluten free meals to help make your menu planning a little easier.

They are recipes that use ingredients you likely already have in your house or can easily purchase at your local store. Hopefully you can find some great meal ideas whether or not you are wheat free and also see that there is an abundance of food you can still enjoy even if you are cutting out wheat.


If you are new to gluten free eating, on the recipes that use soy sauce, be sure you read the labels because many contain wheat.

Easy gluten free meals that are tasty and healthy! These will make menu planning to much easier. Ideas for breakfasts, lunch, snacks, supper, and dessert!

Easy Gluten Free Meals:

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Easy gluten free meals that are tasty and healthy! These will make menu planning to much easier. Ideas for breakfasts, lunch, snacks, supper, and dessert!

What are your favorite easy gluten free meals? I’m always looking for new, tasty recipes to try!

Easy gluten free meals that are tasty and healthy! These will make menu planning to much easier. Ideas for breakfasts, lunch, snacks, supper, and dessert!

15 thoughts on “Easy Gluten Free Meals You Need to Try

  1. Nicolette Springer

    Great roundup of recipes. I’ve been reducing gluten in my diet and honestly I don’t think it’s as difficult as some people think. Maybe because when I was nursing I had to go dairy free and for us that was incredibly hard. I think what makes it easier is that most things are labeled GF not the case for dairy free.

    Thanks for being so loyal to the Mixer. See you later this week.

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    1. Deanna Michaels Post author

      Thanks! I agree, it wasn’t bad at all. The thought just really intimidates some people. Ooo, going dairy free would be hard. I don’t drink milk, but cheese and ice cream is so good. 🙂

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  5. lily b

    Please note that you have a recipe posted under your wheat free recipes that contains soy sauce. You should use Tamari sauce, as soy sauce has wheat in it.
    Just bringing this to your attention. Your recipes are great.

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    1. Deanna Michaels Post author

      Good reminder to always read the labels. I’ll update the post to remind people to look for Tamari or coconut aminos that are wheat free. I typically use Bragg’s and that is wheat free as well. Thanks for telling me!

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