Unfortunately over the last three years I’ve developed a bunch of food allergies due to a bunch of antibiotics I had to take. I didn’t take probiotics afterwards and it threw my stomach for a whirlwind. TAKE PROBIOTICS FOR THE LOVE OF GOD so you don’t have to give up all the best foods in the world. Anyways, I had to jump on the lactose free- gluten free train reluctantly and was upset when I realized how pricy all the organic and gluten free products were.
Luckily, Big Lots came through with the clutch and is now offering a variety of gluten free options for a great price.
I can’t eat rice anymore, so my next best bet is quinoa. It’s super healthy and it usually runs from 5-8 dollars at regular stores so you can’t beat $3.50. I make a mean quinoa shrimp fried rice.
This oatmeal runs for around $5 at most grocery stores and at Big Lots it’s half that. It’s a great breakfast for a cold winter morning with some fresh blueberries and strawberries on top.
I had never seen this before, but they are a delicious snack especially when dipped in hummus. My personal favorite is roasted red pepper.
I paired these with some goat cheese & apple slices.
These aren’t gluten free but I wanted to include it anyway cause they always have the enchilada kit and they are both really yummy and about 4 bucks cheaper.
This couscous is great paired with some roasted chicken or fish. You can also make a salad of sorts with it. Couscous usually runs for about $4 in regular stores.