So are you ready? We’re going grain free for a week. You can do this! You’ve already got your grain free staples on hand, it’s time to get started!
This week’s meals:
Roast pork with sweet potato casserole and salad
Roast pork stroganoff with roasted carrots
Grain Free Cheeseburger Pie with steamed broccoli
Stuffed Turkey Cutlets Wrapped in Bacon with salad and sweet potato casserole.
Creamy Spinach Bake with Ground Beef and Mushrooms
Grilled Tuna Melts with steamed veggies and salad
I’ve chosen six meals, with the idea that you have at least enough leftovers for at least one whole meal. Depending on your family size, this may vary. When I cook for the two of us, I usually cook four large grain free meals each week, we have a left over night, with one of our meals being a quick fix like the Grilled Tuna Melts. We’re realistic in our house! At least one night each week we can’t really sit down to a full meal, so we make something quick that we can enjoy without guilt!
If you have grain lovers in your home, you might be surprised by how much they like the meals you make this week. My husband Frank was reluctant to try my recipes at first, but now he’s game for almost anything I cook. Once in a while, he’ll have a box of mac n’ cheese, but since he doesn’t have a grain allergy where’s the harm in that?
I recommend you start with a grain free cooking power hour or two. It’s a simple way to get a good start to the week and get a good deal of your prep work done ahead of time. You spend less time cooking in the long run and it takes much less time to prepare dinner every evening. The power hour of cooking is especially helpful if you know that Monday or Tuesday will be a busy evening for your family, that way you cook and assemble your meal almost completely and just pop it in the oven when you’re ready. If you are having a busy evening later in the week, you can always completely prep a meal and freeze it until you’re ready to take it out either the evening before or morning of that day.
I’m going to be cooking along with you all. I’ve decided that I’ll freeze anything that we won’t eat and that will be added to my stockpile of quick fix meals since there really aren’t many grain free fast food options available.