What do you eat? gluten free answers

When I found out I had Celiac disease, I had to change my eating habits and became a fearless label reader. I love the comment/outcry/statement, “gluten is in everything!”. At first I felt the same way. Now it’s been three years and I’ve got my food list down pat. On a daily basis, I have someone ask me “What do you eat for breakfast/lunch/dinner?”.  I’ve gotten creative with eating options and enjoy having a variety of items in my lunchbox/plate. You will notice that most of the items listed are naturally gluten free. Gluten free substitutes are generally chocked full of sugar and calories. I do enjoy a good gluten free treat every now and then… just not everyday.

Breakfast (each day is generally 1,2, or 3 items from this list)


Lunch (each day is generally 1,2, or 3 items from this list) photo-20photo-17photo-19


  • Quinoa Salads (Check out our Pinterest board for ideas!)
  • Traditional Salads
  • Skinny Pimento Cheese { 8oz cream cheese + 8oz ff shredded cheddar + 3tbsp dill pickle juice + 4oz jar pimentos +1/4 tsp red pepper + dash garlic powder. Beat cream cheese until smooth and stir in other ingredients}
  • Fruit
  • PB2
  • Yogurt
  • Applesauce
  • String Cheese
  • Vegetables & Hummus
  • Annie’s gluten free snickerdoodle bunny cookies
  • Diet Coke



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  • Grilled Chicken with Steamed Vegetables
  • BBQ Pulled Chicken with Sweet Potato Shoestring Fries
  • Turkey Meatballs and Zoodles
  • Enchiladas
  • Turkey Tacos on Corn Tortillas
  • Chili
  • Quinoa Casseroles
  • Fresh Broiled/Steamed Seafood
  • Soup and Salad
  • Nachos



On the Go



Here are some of my favorite gluten free recipes! 


Aubrey Lee

Please use your own judgement when determining if foods are gluten free and are safe for you to eat. Cross contamination is always a possibility when dining out.


3 thoughts on “What do you eat? gluten free answers

  1. Kaila511 says:

    Thanks for sharing! My reply to the “What can you eat?” question is usually to check out my blog. And, then usually I ask them to name a food they think I can’t eat, and I explain how it can be made gluten free. That works well for celiac disease, there’s very few foods I can’t come up with an explanation for. However, I have an egg allergy, so there are some foods I can’t defend. A gluten, dairy, and egg free omelette, just isn’t meant to be! 🙂

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