5 Tasty Gluten-free lunch ideas

Yay!! I’m excited to start this:

Friday gluten free Flavors!

Every Friday I want to focus on food items, recipes, and all things gluten-free.

I was diagnosed with celiacs disease in 2008 and my resources for gluten-free food were next to nothing. (sigh)

My first year of eating gluten-free was rough and honestly, quite emotional.

The flavor and taste of gluten-free food was not ideal and I felt like I was spending a lot of money on food I didn’t even enjoy.

Hence why I am starting this weekly post. I want to be a resource for those that eat gluten-free. I hope to help make gluten-free eating exciting and tasty and enjoyable for those that either HAVE to eat gluten-free or would like to eat gluten-free.


So my first post we are focusing on…..5 Tasty Gluten Free Lunch Ideas

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  1. Progresso Brand Chicken Rice Soup  

If you are looking for a gluten-free soup that has that hearty chicken flavor, this is my favorite canned chicken soup! I have tried a variety of chicken soups, and I haven’t loved too many with noodles.   Progresso Brand did great to create a tasty, gluten-free chicken and rice soup. This would make a quick and tasty lunch item. Screen Shot 2020-01-10 at 3.49.41 PM.png

To purchase this item click here


2. Kroger Brand Gluten-Free Italian Bread CrumbsScreen Shot 2020-01-10 at 10.09.26 PM.png

If you like making meatballs or breaded chicken these bread crumbs are delicious! Even better, these breadcrumbs are not super pricy (as we all know gluten-free food can be). I have seen these breadcrumbs at most grocery store and of course online as well. If you are feeling like meatballs, or breaded chicken for lunch…use these great breadcrumbs in the recipe!

Click here to purchase.


3. Udi’s Gluten-free Pizza

Screen Shot 2020-01-10 at 10.12.36 PM.pngI was impressed with Udi’s gluten-free brand of pizza. This pizza has a good flavoring and even better…it didn’t cost more than ten dolloars!

Hooray when we can save some pennies on gluten-free food right? Again, this is one of my kids’ favorite things to eat for lunch. You have the option between pepperoni or cheese.

To purchase, click here. 


4. Foster Farms Gluten-free Corn Dogs

Screen Shot 2020-01-10 at 10.19.36 PM.pngThese corn dogs have a great honey flavor to them. Other gluten-free corn dogs that I have tried have an undesirable after taste, but this brand does not. I mention in my video that I would like to try them in the air fryer and see if it gives them that perfect “crunch” that many corn dogs have.

I have found these for under ten dollars at most grocery stores.

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5. Members Mark Waffle FriesScreen Shot 2020-01-10 at 10.23.14 PM

These waffle fries remind me of Chick-fil a’s tasty waffle fries. We also tried the instructions on the back for cooking them in the air fryer and they tasted delicious. The air fryer helps give them that tasty crunch. We decided to add some seasoning salt and wow…it was like we were sitting down at a tasty restaurant!

We found this big bag at Sams club.

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As always, hopefully these ideas can help you enjoy some great-tasting lunches. And if you have great gluten-free food items that you just can’t live without…please share!

Friday Gluten-free Flavors will be back next week so make sure to tune in…and spread the word to your friends!


PS– If you have been following my January Goal “Prioritize Relationships” hopefully you are doing a service for someone you loved once a day..something simple, but reminding that person that you care:)

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Christy Lee



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