Preparing Home Made Freezer Foods

Prepared, cooked, packed and ready! I took 2 hours out of my day this morning and made up some lunches and breakfasts for my toddler daughter!

I have 16 lunches and 14 breakfast for easy to grab, heat up and eat days for her! I made French toast and pancakes for 2 different breakfasts that will easily pair with fruit 😄 For lunches I did a broccoli cauliflower with white sauce and noodles. Noodles with spaghetti sauce and veggies mixed in. And I made up some Turkey nuggets with mashed potatoes peas and corn and chicken gravy! All gluten Free. The white sauce has dairy, but the rest is dairy free!

This makes things quick and easy if your in a hurry and need nothing quick, but you know It’s not take out, gluten and dairy Free and homemade! Especially with a new baby on the way.

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Gluten and Dairy Free Diet

A gluten-free diet is a diet that excludes gluten, a protein composite found in wheat and related grains, including barley and rye.

Gluten causes health problems in sufferers of celiac disease (CD) and some cases of wheat allergy.

For those diagnosed with celiac disease, a strict gluten-free diet constitutes the only effective treatment to date.

There is ongoing research and debate on non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

Some people believe that there are health benefits to gluten-free eating for the general population, but there is no published experimental evidence to support such claims.
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A dairy free diet contains no milk, butter, sour cream, ice cream, cheese, including cream cheese and cottage cheese, whey, casein, or foods prepared with any of these ingredients.

The most common reason people follow a dairy free diet is due to allergies. Milk allergy is an immune system response to milk protein.

The second most common reason people follow a dairy free diet is due to lactose intolerance.

People who are lactose intolerant are sensitive to milk sugar which is known as lactose.

Because of this, people with this condition must also avoid dairy products, although trace elements of milk may be tolerated by most individuals.

Source :: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gluten-free_diet

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Source :: https://thecrohnsjourneyfoundation.org/the-dairylactose-free-gluten-free-diets-and-a-crohnie-belly/