With Valentine’s Day behind us and March just around the corner, you may be thinking of having a few get togethers with family and friends to welcome this beautiful Central Florida weather. While everyone seems to be following some type of special diet these days, we focus this week’s dinner planning menu on your gluten free guest. Check out this meal plan that will be sure to impress even your most fussy guest!
There is nothing better than a delicious soup, in my humble opinion. Try this gluten- free, acorn squash soup featured here: http://draxe.com/recipe/acorn-squash-soup/
The soup will be sure to impress, and the natural richness of the ingredients will leave your guests feeling satisfied!
We love food that looks fancier than it really is. This gluten free chicken dish will make it look like you’ve slaved in your kitchen all day- instead of the 30 minutes it really took! https://simplygluten-free.com/blog/2011/04/pistachio-crusted-quick-greek-chicken.html
The beautiful natural color of the pistachios and the balance of nuts, herbs and tomatoes will have you saving this recipe for a random Tuesday night!
While I love a good piece of cake as much as the next person, there is something to be said about a unique dessert. Dr. Kalidas loves poached pears and indulges his family with them every now and then. Try this recipe http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/poached-pears-10000001608725/index.html for a simple dessert that will leave your guests wanting more.
Want more gluten free recipes? Check out http://draxe.com/diet-type/gluten-free/ for an abundance of taste treats and ensembles!