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Gluten Free Frozen Meals

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There are a couple of gluten free frozen dinners in the health food stores, like Amy's. I think Seeds of Change may have one, and there's a Thai or Indian line that makes one or two as well.

For really easy meals, I like Amy's lentil soup, or the boxed Imagine Soups that are gluten-free.

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I like the Amy's dinners. Not all are gluten-free though...you have to look for the ones that say gluten free.

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Love Amy's! Was eating them way before I went gluten-free! Whole foods has them, my reg grocery store has them in their natural section and most co-ops have them. Just watch the labels.

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I buy Kinnikinick frozen pizza crusts and put my own toppings on them while they are still frozen. I then put them back in the freezer and have frozen dinners for the rest of the week!

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Amy's--love those too. Look around, in addition to Whole Foods, Wild Oats etc, I have them in several local grocery stores too, Marsh & Kroger. You can also 'request' that a local store carry the products. Go here for more info: http://www.amyskitchen.com/special_diets/celiac.php

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You should be able to get Amy's near you---they are great. Some Krogers carry them and some do not. My current Kroger doesn't but my 'old' one did. Luckily there are two local grocery stores that carry them----I LOVE THEM!

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I am just looking for something to have in case I am having one of my bad days. Does anyone know a brand that carries gluten-free frozen dinners?

I read the labels. Several of the low calorie meals list no offending ingredients.

My condition is not so severe that minute amounts of cross contamination is a problem. None of them carry a label, "Gluten Free", though you can e-mail the manufacturer to check.

Also, BJ's Wholesale Club carries many Thai and Vietnamese instant meals that are gluten free (rice noodles). They fix quickly. I enjoy them at work and so do a couple of my co-workers. A couple others think they smell bad. If you enjoy them, they are always available. I carry a couple in my car. A cup of boiling water from the diner or deli is all you need for a meal. They are very cheap too--about 70¢ per meal.

I just Googled: "frozen dinners, gluten free"

Not only were there several listings for frozen meals, there were listings for companies that will deliver gluten free meals fresh to your door.

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melisadki-

you'll have to scope out amy's. they are all vegetarian, but have things like beans and soy for protein. they usually have a fair amount of carbs...so maybe not the best match for you unfortunately...

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I found Marrie Calendar's "Slow Roasted Beef" to be gluten free. Its a typical TV dinner style. With beef, gravy(corn starch), beans, and mashed potatoes.

I was thrilled when I found out there was such thing as a TV dinner I could eat again.

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also, if you have a Trader Joe's nearby, many of their frozen meals are gluten-free like the Beef Shepherd's Pie, Chicken Masala and Thai Lemongrass curry. All really good! You can get the complete list on their website:

www.traderjoes.com

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You can find Amy's in just about any supermarket - A&P, Pathmark, Stop & Shop, etc.

I love the bean & cheese enchiladas. Also if you have a Trade Joe's near you I buy the chicken taquitos there which come frozen. Those with some shredded cheese and canned Old El Paso vegetarian refried beans - Yum!

I know there are some other brands of chicken taquitos that are ok (i think it's Delimex) that everyone likes but I was never able to find them. Oh and also El Monterey has ones that are ok.

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Tamarind Tree makes awesome indian food (boxed, you just stick the containers in boiling water or in hot water from the microwave). I found this at Publix (as well as Whole Foods/Harry's).

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