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 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.
Enter your email and you will get everything you need to help you meet the challenge:
- A Family Challenge Checklist: print it out, post it on refrigerator, and check off family meals as you go along.
- 4 weeks of family dinner recipes, including side dishes and grocery lists, so you can save time and money by making just one grocery trip each week. (You’ll get the first plan now and then each week for a month.)
- More tips and tools for healthy family eating