It’s Finally Here ~ 31 Days of Gluten Free Meals E-Cookbook

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on June 16, 2014

31 Days of Gluten Free Meals E-Cookbook - Only $1.99
So many people think that being on a gluten free diet means you have to spend more money at the grocery store. And they’re right, but they’re wrong. They’re right in that it can cost more at checkout. But they’re wrong, in that it doesn’t have to cost more.

So how do I do it?

More importantly, how can YOU do it?

  • How can you not spend an arm and a leg on groceries when you’re on a gluten free diet?
  • You want to eat gluten but don’t know where to start?
  • You heard that eating gluten has to be expensive and complicated?

It’s not that complicated and I’ll show you how to eat gluten free for the next 31 days with my ebook — all for less than half the price of a bag of gluten free flour. I’ll give you 39 recipes that are gluten-free and that I’ve managed to make for less than $5 per meal.

Total, for all the food. (For a family of 4.)

In this e-cookbook, you’ll get…

  • all of my wisdom on eating gluten-free on a budget
  • 39 drool-worthy recipes
  • tips and advice for eating gluten free on-the-go, as well as encouragement for dealing with ‘difficult’ family members or friends who don’t understand you’re diet restrictions
  • AND, I’m also going to toss in a few FREEBIES ~  a plan for a month’s worth of gluten-free meals, along with other free meal planning printables.

I want you to succeed on your “eating gluten free on a budget” journey, and I want you to discover how easy it is to save on groceries while eating gluten-free!!

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This e-cookbook is exactly what it says….it’s 31 Meals, one for each day….plus some extras because there were too many good ones and I didn’t want the best to be left out. :) It truly is…HEALTHY, INEXPENSIVE Gluten-Free RECIPES THAT WON’T BUST YOUR GROCERY BUDGET! 

 

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Anna June 22, 2014 at 10:47 pm

In your three bullet points you left “free” out of what was intended to say gluten free. Therefore you look like you’re trying to instruct people on how to eat gluten. :) Just fyi. God bless.

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Molly July 10, 2014 at 5:47 am

Thank you so much for this! I have been recently diagnosed with Celiac disease and I can’t wait to try these recipes. :)

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