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Easy gluten-free dinner ideas 4 week meal plan

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Four weeks of quick and easy gluten-free dinner ideas! You can do this gluten-free meal plan anytime during the year! All of these are tried and true family favorite gluten-free meals that our kids actually eat!

Easy Gluten-free Meal Ideas

Today, I’ve gathered with 3 of my blogger friends to help you with quick and easy gluten-free dinner ideas. All of these gluten-free meals can be either prepared early in the day in the slow cooker, or cooked at dinner time in an hour or less.

Everyone I’ve talked to says their weeknights are busy with club and team meetings, sports practices and games, church activities, homework and more. Like many of you, we really try to have a sit down dinner together as a family every night. Some nights, we have to eat at staggered times to work around after school stuff. I love having easy gluten-free recipes for busy nights!

All four weeks of gluten-free dinner ideas are tried and true recipes that appear on our dinner tables regularly. In fact, I recently did the exact 7 day gluten-free meal plan that I added here! They are all easy gluten-free dinner recipes for family dinner tables like ours!

Our families love these easy gluten-free recipes and we hope yours will too!

Gluten-free Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe. Quick weeknight meal that everyone can customize!

Week 1 – brought to you by me (Michelle of My Gluten-free Kitchen)

Day 1: Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken for Tacos – serve with Homemade Guacamole, your favorite toppings, and corn tortillas. Save some of the chicken from this for tomorrow night’s soup!

Day 2:  Gluten-Free Chicken Tortilla Soup is ready to go in just 30 minutes and can use many of the same toppings you used in last nights tacos!

Day 3: Gluten-free Slow Cooker Chili – so easy to start in your slow cooker early in the day, and just set out the toppings before serving at night! Serve with gluten-free cornbread muffins if you have time to whip them up!

Day 4: Gluten-free Cheesy Baked Potato Soup is always a hit here! For a meatless dinner option, just omit the bacon.

Day 5: Gluten-Free Chicken Broccoli Lo Mein is ready in 20 minutes and reminds me of my favorite Chinese take-out meals. It’s one of my favorite quick gluten-free meals to make. 

Day 6: Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancakes, serve with bacon, applesauce, and Raspberry Peach Smoothies or Orange Julius.

Day 7: Gluten-free Sweet Chicken is a simple 5-ingredient meal, served with rice. For dessert, grab some vanilla ice cream and serve with this Homemade Hot Fudge.

The beauty of these four weeks of gluten-free dinner menus is that you can pick which days you assign the meals to, and swap as needed to work with your family’s schedule. Just take these gluten-free meal ideas and arrange them how they suit your family’s schedule best!

Gluten-free Cheesy Baked Potato Soup

Week 2 – brought to you by Megan of Allergy Free Alaska

Day 1: Easy Instant Pot Refried Beans in Gluten-Free Spinach Tortillas, topped with shredded lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese, or Daiya Cheese {for dairy-free} – If you don’t have time for making your own tortillas, you could use store-bought corn tortillas.

Day 2: Vegan Tomato Soup is a dairy-free soup made with ingredients on hand!

Day 3: Gluten-free Dairy Free Macaroni & Cheese is yummy served with GF chicken sausages.

Day 4: Lemony Cedar Planked Salmon with Garlic & Dill and Berry Spinach Detox Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing makes for a delicious, healthy meal!

Day 5: Sausage & Veggies is and easy recipe ready in under 30 minutes, so you might have time to make this vegan butter pecan ice cream for dessert!

Day 6: Chicken & Mushroom Soup When you need some comfort food, this dairy-free, Paleo soup is for you!

Day 7: Sweet Potato Breakfast Skillet is perfect for breakfast for dinner night!

Dairy-free Creamy Tomato Soup Recipe

Week 3 – brought to you by Jeanine of Faithfully Gluten Free

Day 1: Gluten-free Mini Meatloaves are delicious served with Mashed Potatoes and Veggies.

Day 2: Grilled Fish Tacos with spicy coleslaw are really easy to put together and ready in about 40 minutes. 

Day 3: Gluten-free Pasta with Chicken and Pesto has you tossing pasta, chicken and broccoli in a light sauce seasoned with pesto. Ready in less than 30 minutes.

Day 4: Gluten-free Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Sandwiches served with a side of fresh veggies and Dill Dip.

Day 5: Ultimate Gluten-free Pumpkin Waffles, perfect served with maple syrup and toasted pecans with a side of fresh cut fruit.

Day 6: Gluten-free Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry, serve over rice or thin rice noodles.

Day 7: Gluten-free Beer Battered Fish is perfect to serve with baked potato wedges and coleslaw.

Gluten-free Slow Cooker Beef Sandwiches

Week 4 – brought to you by Wendy of Around My Family Table

Day 1: Apple Chicken Salad with Honey Poppyseed Dressing is easily made with summer fruit and leftover chicken.

Day 2: Grilled Cumin Lime Chicken and Salad is ready in just 15 minutes!

Day 3: Creamy Coconut Shrimp with Rice is ready in just 15 minutes too!

Day 4: Quick & Healthy Baked Ziti can be served with a simple side salad.

Day 5:  Spinach Mini Quiches are a delicious option for breakfast for dinner night!

Day 6: Grilled Salmon Salad with Warm Blueberry Vinaigrette is a great weeknight choice.

Day 7: Healthy Bean Sausage Soup will warm you up! Serve with Gluten-free Soda Crackers

Grilled Salmon Salad recipe


If you have other food allergies or intolerances that make any of these gluten-free meals not work for you, feel free to search around our blogs for another recipe that will work for you! We all try to share the best gluten-free meals for your family to try.

You can also check out my Pinterest board full of Gluten-free Dinner Recipes if you need more!

Pin this to your gluten-free meals board so you can find it again:

4 week gluten-free meal plan easy dinner ideas

Do you have a favorite, easy gluten-free meal that’s perfect for busy families? Comment or shoot me an email to tell me about it!


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Sunday 26th of January 2020

Hi! Are you able to separate it in small/personal portions and then microwaving the small amounts? Thinking about making this as my freezer lunch meal for work. Thanks!