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Gluten Free Lunch Ideas

I thought I would share some Gluten Free Lunch Ideas to help you on your journey. When I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease I found myself eating the same thing everyday for lunch or not knowing what to eat at all.

Gluten Free Lunch Ideas

It is challenging when you are trying to figure out what to eat. One of my favorite recipes are these gluten free chicken tenders. You can’t go wrong with them and they re-heat well too!

Gluten Free Lunch Ideas

Hormel Naturals Deli Meat
Wholly Guacamole
Garden of Eaten Tortilla Chips
CrunchMaster Crackers
Banana Chips
Raisins
Nuts
Egg Salad
Tuna Salad
Udi’s Bread – Makes the best sandwich
Kettle Brand Chips
Fruit Smoothies
GoPicnic – especially when I am on the go
Salami Bagel
How to make your own Guacamole
Hummus

I would love to hear some of your favorite Gluten Free Lunch Ideas too!

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  1. We do a LOT of leftover soup. On Mondays I make a big crockpot of vegetable soup and have it for dinner usually with the GF Chebe Cheese bread. The Chebe bread mix is easy and by far the very best GF “bread” I’ve eaten. We usually have enough leftover for a couple of lunches. I pack the veggie soup with lots of different things and usually add soaked lentils and or navy beans for a little extra protein. I also add basil leaves or some type of greens and when my little ones get one in their soup they make a wish. We call them “wishing leaves”. Anything to get them to eat veggies! 🙂

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