Gluten-Free Meal Plan Series: June 19 – 25

by lydia on June 18, 2016

I am back to share our current gluten free meal plan for my family of five in my meal plan series.  Since it’s summer now (and all the kids are home from school), we will all have the same breakfast (most of the time), lunch and dinner. I’m only including one meal for Sunday and Saturday. I just cut my monthly food budget down to $600- 800 per month – just so you get a feel for the price range this meal plan entails. However, this week we are mostly eating from the pantry before I do a full grocery shopping trip again.

We eat a whole food, nutrient-dense diet that includes pasture raised meats, eggs, dairy, homemade bone broth, organic and local produce as much as possible, organic fruits, some properly prepared grains, nuts/seeds and legumes, healthy fats/oils, natural sweeteners, fresh herbs, herbal teas and fermented foods. I also have a garden that is only just now starting to provide us with some of our produce.

I don’t have recipes or links for every single item in each meal, but I will include the ones that I do or something I found online that is similar to my own. My hope by sharing this one-week gluten-free meal plan is that I can inspire you in some small way!

Feel free to download and print out my meal plan template here, so you can fill out your own menu with some of the ideas I’m sharing.



Late Lunch/Early Dinner: Leftovers from last week: Spaghetti/Meat Sauce, pickled carrot sticks, water kefir, spinach and radish salad



For me: Tandoori chicken meatballs with kale/carrot/scallion hash (from the freezer), small glass of beet kvass

For the Boys: Mango Smoothies or a Chocolate-Banana Mineral Power Smoothie


Gluten Free Multi Grain Crackers from Costco with Grassfed Cheddar, Carrot Sticks, Organic Pears and Mint-Lemon Balm Tea

Dinner: Easy Beef Stir Fry with Veggies and Perfect Instant Pot Brown Rice. Water Kefir to drink.


Breakfast: Egg & Cheese Biscuit Sandwiches

Lunch: Leftover Beef Stir Fry and rice

Dinner: Tacos with spinach from my garden instead of lettuce



For me: Tandoori chicken meatballs with kale/carrot/scallion hash, small glass of beet kvass

For the boys: Cranberry Muffins and pastured sausage links

Lunch: Leftover Taco Bowls

Dinner: Leftover Spring Veggie and Chicken soup with rice (from the freezer)


Breakfast: Egg & Cheese Biscuit Sandwiches

Lunch: Leftover roasted chicken and turkey from the freezer with leftover gravy and green beans

Dinner: Roasted Salmon with Julienned Veggies  ,with fermented turnips on the side



For me: Tandoori chicken meatballs with kale/carrot/scallion hash, small glass of beet kvass

For the Boys: Cranberry Muffins and pastured sausage links

Lunch: Deviled Eggs and Terra Real Vegetable Chips (from Costco) and pickles

Dinner: Beef fajita bowls with Trader Joe’s cauliflower rice


Brunch: Baked Peach Oatmeal


Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are a key piece to a healing real food lifestyle. They are key in that they offer such a wide array of benefits to overall health. If done properly, fermented foods can go a long way to support recovering many digestive health concerns. Fermentation is not something most of us grew up with; it’s a lost practice that desperately needs to be revived.  [ Read More Here ]

Each week, I try to ferment at least one new thing. I like to always have at least 2 brine veggies ferments going at all times, as well as a batch of  beet kvass and water kefir.


Meal Planning Help

If you’re interested in using a meal planning service, I highly recommend Real Plans.  Real Plans is a meal planning service that you can join (monthly or annually) and have access to their amazing database of recipes. Each week, they map out a meal plan for 5 breakfasts and 6 dinners and some extras to have on hand. It’s very customizable and user-friendly.

What’s on your meal plan for this week? Share in the comments….




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Eric June 23, 2016 at 6:24 pm

Thanks I need a routine for every week.Everybody should have a routine for nutrition.

Heather July 11, 2016 at 12:06 am

Can you share the tandoori chicken recipe??!!

lydia July 11, 2016 at 7:25 am

Hi Heather – I don’t have a recipe for this really, I just added some tandoori spice to the meat and then formed them into tiny meat balls and pan cooked them up.

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