If you have Celiac Disease, you know that the days of dinner in a hurry pretty much came crashing to a halt with your diagnosis. Gone were the days of coming home and slapping a frozen pizza in the oven or calling the pizza delivery man or if you had half an hour, Hamburger Helper.
However, last week I found a product that has changed all that. I was in a grocery store that I don’t usually frequent and came across an end-cap that had all Gluten Free products on it. There was a chocolate cake mix, brownie mix, pasta, cookies and crackers. All products that I’ve seen before.
As I looked over the products to see if there was anything new, I came across Hamburger Helper look alike boxes. Mrs. Leeper’s Gluten Free Dinners.
Since I don’t have the luxury of being a full time work at home woman, “yet”, I was extremely interested in trying these. However, since my husband is not a celiac, and not completely gluten free, I asked him if he wanted to try them.
My husband has been so supportive throughout my whole celiac ordeal, so of course he said yes.
We took home the Beef Stroganoff, and the Creamy Tuna (the tuna was my husband’s choice). We tried the beef stroganoff that night. It was very good for a boxed dinner. I’ve become very spoiled in that I really like to cook and bake, so I’m very critical of boxed foods, but these were good.
We tried the Creamy Tuna a few days later. I was not too excited to try this because I didn’t think a boxed tuna dinner could taste very good. 🙁 But since we didn’t get home from work until late, this would be a quick dinner.
I was pleasantly surprised. It was very creamy and flavorful. Since my husband has high cholesterol, we used ground turkey breast instead of ground beef for the stroganoff and tuna packed in water instead of oil for a more healthful meal. I will definitely buy these again and try all the other flavors.
Mrs Leeper’s makes 6 different varieties of dinners:
- Beef Stroganoff
- Creamy Tuna
- Cheeseburger Mac
- Chicken Alfredo
- Beef Lasagna
- Mac & Cheese
There are also topping suggestions on the side of the box, that are appropriate for the dinner being made.
I would suggest you try these.
Living Gluten Free