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Weekend treats, wheat and dairy free
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ColouringPencils · 03/03/2022 21:49

What are your favourite treat meals and snacks that are wheat and dairy-free? Newbie here. We are eliminating both to see if they improve my husband's ongoing health issues. I am joining in to be number 1 cheerleader and also because it feels wasteful to cook separate meals.

We would normally have pizza on a Friday, but I am thinking of a nice steak and chips with a big salad. Any other ideas for the weekend?

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HogDogKetchup · 03/03/2022 22:00

Just have what you normally have but GF/dairy free. Either make it or buy it. Most supermarkets have a great range. Morrisons and Tesco are the best.

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AnnaDelvorkina · 03/03/2022 22:16

Tacos made with corn

Curries, with rice

Chocolate mousse - dairy free dark chocolate and egg

Breakfast omelettes (there was a great masala omelette recipe in the Guardian recently)

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superoz · 09/03/2022 23:05

Thai Green curry with rice.
Pieminister Gluten Free pies
White Rabbit pizzas are in the supermarket chilled aisle.
M&S made without wheat breadcrumbed chicken or cod

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DefaultParent · 17/03/2022 22:43

Nomo chocolate. Tesco Free From profiteroles. Meals I struggle with, I still really miss a greasy pizza or cheesy chips on a Saturday night.

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katekt · 17/05/2022 23:57

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