Michelle's Gluten Free Kitchen: Lunch
Chicken Noodle Soup
Wicked Thai Soup
Rice Paper Rolls
Pizza Rice Rolls
Tuna Cucumber Rolls
Steak Fajita Rice Rolls
Bacon Mac and Cheese
Chicken and Chickpea Hot Salad
AIP (Auto Immune Protocol) Soup
Italian Sausage Skillet
Slow Cooker Borscht
Salmon Pesto "Crostini"
Brazilian Cheese Bites
Pork-Slaw Spring Rolls
Chicken and Spinach Hand Pies
SalsaThis salsa is so fresh tasting, even after it's sat for a few days in the fridge. You'll never buy store bought again!
"Ramen" SoupThis soup is perfect when you have leftover veggies to use up, or leftover chicken breasts from dinner.
Rice Paper RollsPerfect way to get your kids to eat their veggies. These rolls can be served with some gluten free soy sauce, or a peanut sauce.
Roasted ChickpeasThese are great as a snack, or on top of your favourite salad for some extra protein.
Tuna Cucumber RollsI love sending these to school with my son. It's a great source of protein, and they're super easy to make.
Steak Fajita Rice RollsThese can be made with fish or chicken also, and are a great snack or lunch.
Bacon Mac and CheeseMy whole family loves this meal. It's really creamy, and the bacon adds amazing flavour.
AIP (Auto Immune Protocol) SoupThis is perfect for anyone following the AIP (Auto Immune Protocol) diet.
Italian Sausage SkilletServe with some extra veggies on the side, and a poached egg on top to make a fantastic lunch!
Buddha BowlThis can be made vegetarian by omitting the fish sauce, but I find it more flavourful with it.
Scotch EggsTraditionally, these would have a breadcrumb coating on the outside, which can be added before baking. These are just as good without though.
Slow Cooker BorschtWe love this soup in our house. It's so flavourful, and this recipe makes enough for next day meals also.
Salmon Pesto "Crostini"Perfect meal for leftovers, and a way to use up leftovers! This can be done with any leftover meats or veggies you have.
Brazilian Cheese BitesThese have a stretchy, gooey inside when first pulled out of the oven. They are definitely cooked! Things made with tapioca flour as their main base tend to have that type of texture.
Pork-Slaw Spring RollsThese are so flavourful, and juicy. The egg wash is optional, as I've made them with and without.
Chicken and Spinach Hand PiesI made these using the Duinkerken biscuit mix, but it can be made with any gluten free cut-out biscuit mix, just by following the instructions on the box. They are light, flavourful, and the spinach and chicken tastes divine. Your kids will love eating their veggies!
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