Gluten Free Meal Plan and Shopping List – Free Printables

I’ve been asked many, many times by friends and members of $5 Dinners community about creating a gluten free meal plan…and it’s finally here. And it’s free.

You get a month’s worth of meal ideas, along with the grocery lists for ingredients for each week. The recipes in the monthly meal plan are “clickable” and will take you to the recipe if you’re not sure how to make it.

You will also notice that breakfasts and lunches are more or less the same through each week…I think having a structure and predictability in the a special diet meal plan really helps take some stress out of the equation.

(Please consult with your physician before cutting gluten out of yours or your child’s diet.)

Below is a visual sample of the plan…

If you’d like to download and/or print this plan and the accompanying shopping lists, click the links below!

And please, please share this with those you know who are on a gluten free diet and struggle with planning meals or coming up with new recipes to try!

If you liked this plan, you might like the Gluten Free Meal Plan from $5 Meal Plan (my paid meal plan service). We offer a 14 day free trial, where you’ll get a meal plan and shopping list every single Friday for two weeks. If you like it, upgrade. If you don’t, the trial expires on its own.

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Many thanks and enjoy!


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  1. michelle says

    I was excited to try the month trial with no card required that is advertised because we’re trying gluten free to see if it helps a few issues our family has. However, after clicking the link, it stated it is for 14 days and a card is required. Bummer!

    • Jenn K says

      Michelle – thank you for bringing this to our attention. This was an old offer and needed to be updated. The free 14 day trial is valid and while you do have to enter a credit card at sign-up, you can cancel at any time with no hoops to jump through ever!

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