Cabot's team of Registered Dietitians has developed a five-day meal plan with a well-balanced and nutritious eating pattern that individuals with celiac disease can enjoy without feeling deprived. Adjust the menu plan based on your individual tolerances and preferences.
Reading labels carefully is very important, as gluten can be present either as a basic ingredient or from processing or preparation. Please read labels of items below to make sure you're selecting options without gluten.
Pairing Suggestion: Serve alone, or with a gluten-free bread or muffin.
Entree: The Best Parmesan Chicken Bake
203 calories, 2.5g sat fat (13%DV), 33% calories from fat, 22g protein
Pairing Suggestion: A crispy salad topped with Parmesan cheese, sliced mushrooms and olives, and topped with Caesar dressing.
Entree: Chicken and Sweet Potato Pot Pie
Pairing Suggestion: Serve alone, or with a side of steamed green beans seasoned lightly with salt and pepper.
Pairing Suggestion: Roasted asparagus seasoned with salt and pepper.
Pairing Suggestion: Serve alone, or with a slice of gluten-free bread or a gluten-free tortilla.
Each complies with the DASH Diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) and provides the following exchanges for Diabetes Meal Planning: 8 Starch, 8 Lean Meat, 4 Vegetable, 4 Fruit, 3 Low-Fat Milk and 4 Fat.
Exchange calculations are based on the American Dietetic Association Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes, 2007
For more information, visit the Gluten Intolerance Group at www.Gluten.net. Please consult a Registered Dietitian for guidance on nutrition management of celiac disease.