Gluten Free Meal Plan: April 30th



Celebrate Cinco de Mayo this week with some bold and delicious flavors! This latest batch of recipes features a mix of Mexican, Italian, and fusion flavors, plus more, all designed to make dinner a breeze. 

Whether you're craving classic steak tacos or a unique twist on salmon, we've got you covered. And with plenty of options to mix and match, you can create a whole week's worth of delicious meals.

Switch up your morning coffee routine with this popular Mexican coffee drink, Café de Olla. With its blend of cinnamon, piloncillo (Mexican brown sugar), and coffee, it's the perfect way to start your day off right.

Check out the recipes below and get ready to cook up some bold and flavorful dishes. Enjoy!

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On the Menu
Spicy Skirt Steak Tacos
by @Thefeedfeed

This recipe is perfect for entertaining and easy to make with a 3-ingredient steak seasoning. The seasoning, which includes Tajin, garlic powder, and cumin, takes the skirt steak to the next level, and it can be cooked on a cast iron pan or grill. Guests can build their own tacos with store-bought salsa and fresh garnishes, making for a delicious and customizable spread.

Spring Italian Vegan Meatball Soup
by @Whisperofyum

This easy vegan soup is a hearty and comforting dish made with plant-based Italian-style meatballs and vegetable broth, with added flavors of garlic and chili flakes. The soup is topped with garlic-panko bread crumbs and freshly grated vegan parmesan for a perfect finishing touch.
Chili Lime Salmon
by @Simply-Made-Eats

This quick and easy salmon bowl is packed with irresistible chili lime flavor. By preparing the rice and mango salsa in advance, this salmon and rice bowl comes together in no time, with tangy lime and sweet mango salsa adding a tropical twist to the dish.
One-Pot Pasta e Fagioli
by @Recipesandplaces
This One-Pot Pasta e Fagioli recipe is a classic Italian stew that's hearty, comforting, and ready in just 30 minutes. With minimal prep and just a few ingredients, this vegan version is made with beans and a hint of tomato sauce, sprinkled with vegan parmesan for extra flavor. Plus, it only requires one pot, making cleanup a breeze.
Café de Olla
by @presleyspantry

This recipe comes to us from @presleyspantry, a Los Angeles-based Mexican-American baker, and her vibrant cookbook ¡Viva Desserts! While it is traditional to use a clay pot (the olla part of café de olla!) to prepare this warming drink, you can use any pot you have on hand. You can serve it black or with milk or cream as you enjoy your typical coffee.