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meal planning for sugar addictions?

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If something is here on MDC already, please link me! Any families out there sugar/sweetener/flour free and want to share some of your menus?
post #2 of 5
Here are some ideas

1. Bunless burgers

2.Sweet peppers stuffed with Italian sausage, grated zucchini and topped with sauce and cheese.

3.Spaghetti over broccoli or zucchini 'noodles'

4.Taco salad

5.Chicken soup with veggies

6.BBQ chicken with veggie side

7.Asian meatballs with asian coleslaw

8.BLTs in lettuce

9.Chili

10. Grilled chicken marinated in Italian salad dressing

HTH
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rebumping to come back later, I am interested too, and I think I have some ideas to add when I'm not dozing on the keyboard
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here's a good thread to follow:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions....php?t=1258399

it's not menu planning but I have gotten lots of recipe ideas here. I had saved an email that was labeled 30 meals and I went to the blog, but I couldn't find the entry so darn. I was going to share.

If you look for paleo, scd or gaps recipes you will get lots of great meal ideas, but as for planning, I just try to get tips from the regular threads and then adjust.

here's some good ideas though:

Lasagna made with eggplant or zucchini slices in place of the noodles

use cauliflower to make fauxtatoes - steam them up and mash with butter, use for shepard's pie or other crusty type needs
I use cauliflower a lot to replace potatoes. You can use turnips too, but they are pretty starchy.

Make soups and stews with lots of flavor like:

indian - lentil cauliflower curry
middle eastern - crushed lentil soup
cuban - sausage & veggies

I find the bright flavors distract me from missing the starches

also cinnamon helps me when I want sweets
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