Cooking and eating gluten free is overwhelming at first but it will become second nature for your and your child.
This sample menu is not a comprehensive list of how to eat gluten free. It is intended to get you from diagnosis to your visit with a registered dietitian. And remember, naturally gluten-free foods (e.g.: fresh grilled or baked meats and fish, fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs) are always good choices.
|Breakfast||Cereal, labeled GF||Frozen Waffles, labeled GF||Eggs||Bagel labeled GF||Eggs||French toast- Frozen & labeled GF or homemade with bread labeled GF||Muffin, labeled GF|
|Lunch||Hard boiled eggs||Sandwich made with deli meat and bread both labeled GF||Pizza (leftover from Monday)||Deli meat rollups||Grilled cheese made with bread labeled GF||Homemade lunchables- Cheese, deli meat, apple||Dinner leftovers|
|Snack||Yogurt||Fruit||Pretzels labeled GF||Cut up vegetables||Fruit||Yogurt||String cheese|
|Dinner||Chicken (GF breading) & Potatoes||Frozen Pizza labeled GF||Tacos using corn taco shells labeled GF||Quesadillas made on corn tortillas labeled GF||Frozen Chicken Nuggets, labeled GF||Fish||Burger, hot dog or meat on grill with a bun labeled GF|