Currently, the only treatment for celiac disease is following a strict gluten-free diet, which requires extra planning and precautions when it comes to preparing meals at home. Now, as families worldwide are spending more time at home due to COVID-19, we understand that planning more gluten-free meals can feel overwhelming. The Celiac Disease Foundation is here to help with four gluten-free meal plans guaranteed to make life easier for you and your family. If you don’t have all of the ingredients, we encourage you to get creative by substituting gluten-free ingredients you have in your pantry!

The 7-Day Meal Plan includes three meals and three snacks per day. It includes staple ingredients that many households have on hand, without needing to make a trip to the grocery store. The snacks and meals are easy and quick to make, while still being nutritionally complete and healthy. Get the 7-Day Meal Plan recipes and calendar here.

The Pediatric Meal Plan is perfect for families with younger children. It’s full of nutritionally balanced, kid-friendly meals and snacks that are also fun for children to participate in making. Get the Pediatric Meal Plan recipes and calendar here.

The Senior Meal Plan is ideal for older adults who are looking for easy and healthy foods to get them through this challenging time. The meal plan features simple but delicious ingredients that create a well-balanced meal. Get the Senior Meal Plan recipes and calendar here.

Due to the relationship between celiac disease and diabetes, we are pleased to provide a Celiac and Diabetes 5-Day Meal Plan. Designed by Celiac Disease Foundation Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Janelle Smith, this meal plan helps those with a dual diagnosis of diabetes and celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity to eat nutritiously and safely. Get the Celiac and Diabetes Meal Plan recipes here.

Looking for more gluten-free recipes? Get them here or view them in our Eat! Gluten-Free app available for iPhone or Android.

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