Gluten Free Lunch Recipe

By | October 4, 2013

Gluten Free Lunch Recipe

Here is a gluten free lunch recipe that that was so very simple to make and so amazingly tasty you will never want to eat processed food again!

Check it out.  This gluten free lunch recipe is so simple, bacon, avocado and a field greens salad, side of celery.  The salad and avocado have lemon, olive oil, salt, pepper. It is that simple.  Put the bacon on a rack, place in the oven at 300 degrees for 2o minutes.  While the bacon is cooking, cut the avocado, onions, cherry tomatoes and celery placing them on the plate.  Salad dressing is a squeeze of 1/2 a lemon, olive oil, salt and pepper.  Take bacon out of oven and place on plate.

gluten free lunch recipe

From start to finish this whole gluten free lunch took less than 30 minutes.  And well worth every second it took to make it.

You see the important thing to think about with any gluten free lunch recipe is you can make it the day before and take it with you to work, have it ready for lunch if you work from home or simply make it fresh when you are  ready to eat.

If you are living gluten free it is so vital to eat real food like this example here today of a gluten free lunch idea for your health and wellbeing.  You will not heal if your choice of food is processed, junk or packaged foods according to Dr. Osborne.

Here are two excellent gluten free cookbook options:

paleohackscookbooks

All of these products that are labelled gluten free for the most part of full of ingredients that are just as harmful and the gluten, these products are made in facilities that make other products that do contain gluten so their is cross-contamination.  Don’t be fooled.  Eat real food and this is why I shared this gluten free lunch idea here today.

Since I began eating these kinds of meals I feel great, have more energy, think better and have been able to reduce my weight without even thinking about it!

What kind of gluten free lunch ideas do you have?  Share them here.

If you are eating a gluten free diet you will want this list of foods that contain gluten! Click Here

Do you have a favorite Gluten Free Lunch Recipe?  Let us know below in the comment section

Let today be your day!  Talk Soon,

10 thoughts on “Gluten Free Lunch Recipe

    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      I can totally relate to your comment about veggies! I used to be very fussy and not eat a lot either. Veggies are so important to health and finding a way to eat them with enjoyment is the challenge. For example: I would never eat brussel sprouts until I went out to a friends for dinner and they made them with onions. The brussel sprouts were cut up finely and so was the onion and then it all went into a fry pan with butter and garlic, salt, pepper! Changed everything for me that day as far as brussel sprouts go. Now they are one of my favorite veggies. Creativity is the key! Let me know if I can help. 🙂

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Without a doubt this was a very delicious meal! 🙂

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  1. Bonnie Gean

    This wonderful dish looks so beautiful on the plate. I think that’s an important part of our eating – it needs to taste good and LOOK good, too!

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      I feel the same way! Must look good to taste good! 🙂

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  2. Wendy Bottrell Post author

    It can be a challenge as you begin. Mostly with all the hidden gluten! Let me know if I can help. 🙂

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  3. Shan

    That looks lovely! What surprised me, Wendy, is that it looks like a salad but you warmed it in the oven.

    Shan

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Yes and it is a very tasty, simple dish to make! Thanks fro connecting

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