If you are trying to find gluten free lunch ideas your kids will like and are simple to prepare and pack, I have got you covered. All of these gluten free lunch ideas are kid-favorite recipes recreated and free of all grains and gluten. Let’s start checking them out.
Having go-to recipes you believe your family will love so much are gluten free will constantly be of help. This is why I developed a whole grain-free recipe plan for households that supplies both allergy-friendly and delicious meals so nobody seems like they are losing out.
Gluten free sandwiches
Something people, most especially kids, mostly miss when going gluten free is the simple access to bread! Finding the right, gluten free bread for sandwiches can be challenging, and it is why I began making my own like the Paleo Mixer bread and even cloud bread.
Throughout the years, I have also had the ability to discover some excellent alternatives such as Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-free bread, sold on amazon, a preferred alternative for several people going gluten-free.
Now that bread is a thing once again, you can return to making your family’s preferred sandwiches like PB & J! Did you also know peanut butter is gluten-free? Excellent right? I have got alternatives for you if you are allergic to peanuts!
These 5 nut-free butter options are all ideal and very delicious for making sandwiches, topping fruit, toasts, or even eating by the spoonful.
Gluten free lunch ideas
Trying to avoid gluten may simply mean checking and inspecting the label of every food you buy, once you get used to coping with a food allergic reaction, you will begin to quickly determine what is safe and what is not.
Add all these 7 gluten free lunch ideas to your school lunch rotation to make packing allergy-friendly lunches a breeze!
This salad changes the classic BLT into an IMPRESSIVE and low-carb salad. This recipe consists of avocado and cheese to increase the protein and healthy fats.
Call it whatever you like, mini quiches, Egg cups, or small egg muffins – these are fantastic high-protein gluten free lunch ideas that is very simple to make. As soon as you get the bases down, which are milk, eggs, and flavorings, you can interchange add-ins to customize them to your family’s taste.
Everybody enjoys a good wrap, and now your kids can enjoy them for lunch even if they can’t have routine wheat wraps. Prepare your lunches for the week ahead of time by making an entire batch of wraps with whatever your household likes within. You can make these simple wraps if you can make pancakes!
Thanks to the leftover slow-cooker, salsa chicken burrito bowls have actually been a major hit. Influenced from a cult preferred order at Chipotle, these make lighter option and you can even make them low-carb by switching cauliflower rice for regular white rice. No matter which rice you choose, both are gluten free!
- Gluten free FishsticksDitch those pre-frozen fish sticks for this homemade recipe and you will never ever wish to go back. Thanks to gluten free Panko breadcrumbs, these are gluten free but no less crispy or delicious.
Who says waffles are just for breakfast and needed to be slathered with maple syrup? (Despite the fact that sounds delicious!). These tacky waffles are another excellent way to get sneaky veggies into your babies’ diet plans. You can even see this recipe to read precisely how to make these zucchini waffles!
We undoubtedly love to discover innovative ways to slip veggies into our kids’ meals here at Countrykitchenmag! Since they will be delighting in how tacky and tasty they are, your kids will not even mind that these nuggets are green. This is a simple recipe to make ahead of time and pack in containers for the week.
How to pack gluten free lunches
Many gluten free lunch ideas include hot lunches, finger foods, and salads so having the best container goes a long way. Containers with thermoses and compartments have actually shown to be the most useful when it comes to packing non-sandwich.
Gluten free snacks
If you are on the lookout for gluten free lunch ideas, chances are you might use a couple of gluten free recipe alternatives as well. Am I right?
What I like about the dishes listed below is they are made with natural, fresh active ingredients and a much healthier option to pre-packaged alternatives.
Naturally, kids like these dishes due to the fact that it reminds them of their preferred store-bought snacks. They are:
- Homemade Fruit Leather
- Banana Chips
- High Fiber Chocolate Bites
- Oatmeal Raisin Energy Bites
- Ham & Cheese Apple Covers
if you really want more jam-packed gluten free lunch ideas, be sure to check out other posts on our site on healthy lunch ideas here is a good place to start.
Do not be deceived by the title, all of these dishes are kid-friendly too and can be packed easily and quickly in lunch bags too.
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