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Gluten Free Low Fat Frozen Entrees

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Hi,

Does anyone know of frozen low fat entrees such as Lean Cuisine, Healthy Choice, or Weight Watchers that are gluten free? I am so tired of cooking all the time and would love to have some easy stuff in the freezer.

Thanks!!

Mary

Gluten free since 8/03 and still struggling

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Amy's offers a gluten free selection of frozen dinners. It is clearly marked on the boxes "Gluten Free". They are really good, but sort of expensive (such as with anything that is gluten free). I LOVE their cheese enchiladas and the cheese pizza. I fry some hamburger, onions, green peppers and top the pizza with that and some extra cheese YUM! All the frozen dinners are good.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Frozen Dinners

Family Size Cheese Enchilada

Thai Stir Fry

Rice Crust Cheese Pizza

Mexican Tamale Pie

Shepherd's Pie

Family Size Black Bean Veg Enchilada

Rice Mac & Cheese

Cheese Enchilada

Black Bean Vegetable Enchilada

Asian Noodle Stir Fry

Garden Vegetable Lasagna

Black Bean Enchilada Whole Meal

Cheese Enchilada Whole Meal

Indian Mattar Paneer

Teriyaki Bowl

Brown Rice & Vegetables Bowl

Santa Fe Enchilada Bowl

Other products

Puttanesca Pasta Sauce

Family Marinara Pasta Sauce

Garlic Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Tomato Basil Sauce

Wild Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Low Sodium Marinara Pasta Sauce

Pomodoro Zucca Pasta Sauce

Vegetable Broth

Split Pea Soup

Cream of Tomato Soup

Black Bean Vegetable Soup

Lentil Soup

Lentil Vegetable Soup

Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque

Black Bean Chili

Spicy Chili

Medium Chili with Vegetables

Medium Chili

Vegetarian Baked Beans

Traditional Refried Beans

Refried Black Beans

Refried Beans with Green Chiles

Mild Salsa

Medium Salsa

Black Bean & Corn Salsa

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Does anyone know of frozen low fat entrees such as Lean Cuisine, Healthy Choice, or Weight Watchers that are gluten free? I am so tired of cooking all the time and would love to have some easy stuff in the freezer.

Mary, You could also try freezing single servings of the meals you do cook. They would be much healthier and you can be sure they are gluten-free. Just cook twice what you normally cook and freeze half. This will cut down on a lot of cooking. I find ziploc freezer bags come in very handy! :D

God bless,

Mariann

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Hi,

Does anyone know of any gluten free lowfat frozen entrees such as Healthy Choice, Lean Cuisine, Weight Watcher's etc.? I am sick of cooking and am looking for some quick and easy things to have when kids aren't home.

Mary

gluten-free since August, 2003

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Healthy Choice, Lean Cuisine, Weight Watcher's etc.?

Mary:

I don't think any of those will be gluten-free. However AMY's Organic carries a great line of gluten-free frozen foods and they are clearly marked gluten-free, Dairy Free, etc...

I hope this helps.... :rolleyes:

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One option is to just cook larger portions and put some of it in the freezer. (My mother-in-law, not gluten-free, does this every weekend.)

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Amy's offers a gluten free selection of frozen dinners. It is clearly marked on the boxes "Gluten Free". They are really good, but sort of expensive (such as with anything that is gluten free). I LOVE their cheese enchiladas and the cheese pizza. I fry some hamburger, onions, green peppers and top the pizza with that and some extra cheese YUM! All the frozen dinners are good.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Frozen Dinners

Family Size Cheese Enchilada

Thai Stir Fry

Rice Crust Cheese Pizza

Mexican Tamale Pie

Shepherd's Pie

Family Size Black Bean Veg Enchilada

Rice Mac & Cheese

Cheese Enchilada

Black Bean Vegetable Enchilada

Asian Noodle Stir Fry

Garden Vegetable Lasagna

Black Bean Enchilada Whole Meal

Cheese Enchilada Whole Meal

Indian Mattar Paneer

Teriyaki Bowl

Brown Rice & Vegetables Bowl

Santa Fe Enchilada Bowl

Other products

Puttanesca Pasta Sauce

Family Marinara Pasta Sauce

Garlic Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Tomato Basil Sauce

Wild Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Low Sodium Marinara Pasta Sauce

Pomodoro Zucca Pasta Sauce

Vegetable Broth

Split Pea Soup

Cream of Tomato Soup

Black Bean Vegetable Soup

Lentil Soup

Lentil Vegetable Soup

Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque

Black Bean Chili

Spicy Chili

Medium Chili with Vegetables

Medium Chili

Vegetarian Baked Beans

Traditional Refried Beans

Refried Black Beans

Refried Beans with Green Chiles

Mild Salsa

Medium Salsa

Black Bean & Corn Salsa

Hi. Does anyone know if Amy's is still considered a good source for gluten-free frozen dishes? I like(d) the Mexican Casserole and the Enchiladas. But I've tried the Mex. Casserole since eliminating gluten (upon diagnosis), and didn't feel well afterward. The packaging no longer says "gluten-free", but rather "no gluten ingredients". It also states that it's prepared at a facility that processes wheat. So therin lies the answer i guess, but why would Amy's take steps backward regarding gluten?

I'd like to know if anyone out there can eat Amy's nowadays, and that maybe I reacted to something else. Thanks!

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TPFX, If you use the google function in the upper right corner, you will find more up- to- date info on people's opinions on Amy's.

Please note: The info in this post is out- dated and may not be correct at this time.

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