Gluten-Free Meal Planning
Two weeks after starting with the Scramble, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. With this diagnosis I have to follow a gluten free diet for the rest of my life. I am happy to say that I’ve been able to still use or adapt (i.e., use wheat free soy sauce) many of the recipes and my family loves the food I ‘m making now. I ‘m so relieved that I can still follow your recipes and eat great tasting, healthy, gluten free meals! My transition to the gluten free lifestyle has been very positive – mostly in part to your recipes. Thank you! –Katie V.
For those coping with Celiac disease or wheat intolerance, the Scramble provides many easy, delicious gluten-free dinner options:
- Scramble recipes use fresh, non-processed foods making them Celiac friendly. On a gluten-free diet, fruits, vegetables, straight spices (rather than mixes) and meat are all safe to eat.
- When sauces are called for, gluten-free brands are often recommended.
- Using the Scramble recipe database, you can select Wheat/Gluten-free to insure no wheat products are included in the recipes.
- Since Scramble recipes are simple, quick to prepare, and kid-friendly, you can easily accommodate your dietary needs while providing meals the entire family will love.
Try this great gluten-free recipe for Soup-er Easy Black Bean and Corn Soup and sign up for our free trial today.