Making kids eat can be a struggle already, but add in some eating restrictions and your evening routine just got a whole lot more complicated. As per usual though, Forkly is here to help! We’ve put together a list of meals that are Gluten Free and Dairy Free to accommodate those kids that just can’t eat what the rest of us enjoy. These meals won’t make you feel like you’re missing out on a “normal” supper, in fact, you may even prefer these supper options. If everything goes as expected, your little ones will be asking for a second helping of these delicious meals.
Avoid trying to explain your child’s eating restrictions to a take out restaurant and head home to make an even better version of everyone’s favorite take out food.
https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/skinny-honey-lemon-chicken-recipe/ Photos and Recipe By: Gimme Some Oven
Fill up your bowl with all the goodness your stomach can accomodate. This tropical tasting health bowl will be the perfect supper to fill up your kiddies with all the nutrients they need for soccer practice tonight.
http://www.cottercrunch.com/chili-lime-mango-marinated-chicken-bowls/ Photos and Recipe By: Cotter Crunch
Is it a rainy day where everyone has the chills? Whip up a batch of this Pea and Broccoli Miso Soup to fill your soul with tons of goodness.
https://nourisheveryday.com/pea-and-broccoli-miso-soup/ Photos and Recipe By: Nourish Everyday
It’s Fajita time! Grab your skillet and fill it with lots of peppers, cilantro, onions and lime and your family will be begging you to make this recipe every week.
http://ahealthylifeforme.com/paleo-skillet-beef-fajitas/ Photos and Recipe By: A Healthy Life For Me
Creamy without cheese? Yes. It’s possible. Try out this recipe to help your GF and DF kids feel included in the Pasta scene. With added fresh tomatoes and a little basil, this dish of pasta makes perfect leftovers for lunch the next day.
http://www.cottercrunch.com/tomato-gluten-free-penne-pasta/ Photos and Recipe By: Cotter Crunch
Taco Tuesday can always be carried out in different formats. Sometimes it’s in a taco, and other times, it’s a soup that has all the goodness of a taco!
http://glutenfreewithlb.com/easy-slow-cooker-chicken-tortilla-soup/ Photos and Recipe By: Gluten Free With LB
Since we are running with the trend of soup, check out this GF and DF tomato soup! Made with real tomatoes, there’s no need to add milk to make this soup tasty!
http://www.faithfullyglutenfree.com/2013/09/creamy-gluten-free-and-dairy-free-tomato-soup.html Photos and Recipe By: Faithfully Gluten Free
Try out a savory meal that is sure to have a lasting impression on your family. When dumplings are hand made with love, nothing can top it!
https://www.noshtastic.com/gluten-free-chicken-and-dumplings/ Photos By: Noshtastic
Having some pulled pork before watching some Sunday afternoon football? Make some GF and DF pulled pork and serve in lettuce cups with a little avocado. It accommodates a wide variety of eating restrictions and taste SO good.
http://fashionablefoods.com/2015/10/27/chipotle-pulled-pork-lettuce-wraps-with-avocado-aioli/ Photos and Recipe By: Fashionable Foods
Last, but certainly not least, the mac and cheese you’ve dreamed about for your wee children with eating restrictions. Replace regular pasta with Gluten Free pasta and you can rest in the fact that there is no orange powder in this recipe! Only wholesome ingredients that turn Mac N Cheese from a comfort food, to a healthy food.
http://www.forkly.com/recipes/kids-adult-friendly-vegan-mac-cheese/ Photos and Recipe By: Forkly