Thank you so much for participating and reading along during the last 30 Days! It's been quite a journey! I hope you have learned as much as I have about how to prepare quick, easy, tasty, and healthy gluten free meals. I think I've learned that really it just takes a willingness to do a tiny bit of preparation and a whole lot of imagination!
Gluten free meals don't have to be fancy, have tons of ingredients, or look like they came from a 5 star restaurant. Simple, delicious, and whole food is all it takes to be a great gluten free home cook!
As a great big THANK YOU to all of my readers who have read along during the last 30 Days, I'm offering several really cool giveaways. Please stay tuned tomorrow for the 30 Days Gluten Free Quick & Easy Meals Recipe Roundup & for instructions on how to enter the giveaway (there will be an awesome cookbook included, an e-book, homemade baked goods, and several FREE 30 minute gluten free baking coaching phone sessions! SO MAKE SURE to come back tomorrow to sign up for the giveaways!
Let's just put it out there, I'm a terrible cook! So learning from all of you has been such a joy. This quick meal is healthy, low sugar, low sodium, high protein, no cooking, veggy filled dish! Prep time- 8 minutes!
The Celiac Diva's Zucchini, Hummus, and Turkey Plate!
1 Zucchini 1 Squash Boars Head Low Sodium Chicken (or your fav meat) Hummus (original is great, also, roasted red pepper is delish!) Spinach Leaf Lettuce Mary's Gone Crackers Mustard (optional)
Directions for the mini-sandwiches Step 1: Cut up zucchini and squash Step 2 Lay out sandwich crackers on plate Step 3: Spread hummus on the crackers (I made four mini-sandwiches) Step 3: Layer zucchini slice on top the hummus Step 4: Layer Chicken on top of zucchini slice Step 5: Pull stem off Spinach leaf and layer on Chicken Step 6: Spread hummus on top of the spinach leaf (if you want more flavor, add mustard too) Step 7: Layer cracker on top, and ta-da! It's a health filled min-sandwich! =) Step 8: Lay out the remaining zucchini, squash, and hummus on plate for dip time!
About The Celiac Diva : Lauren Lucille Vasser: I'm a professional theater actress living between NYC and TX. I'm married to one amazing stud muffin, I love the Lord bunches, and I'm a chick living with Celiac Disease, diagnosed March, 2010. I have a website called The Celiac Diva where you can snag gluten free beauty product and snack reviews! I'd love for you to stop by! =)