Gluten Free Healthy Dinner Made Easy with Terra’s Kitchen

Do you want to make gluten free healthy dinner? Who doesn’t want healthy meals that are gluten-free and safe for those with food sensitivities! I recently had a chance to try Terra’s Kitchen for a sponsored TapInfluence campaign.

All you have to do is visit, select your special diet, including gluten-free, and then pack this awesome reusable box full of meals. They prep all of the ingredients that you need for each meal. When the box is delivered, the ingredients will all be numbered that correspond to a sheet of instructions for each meal. Obviously you can modify anything to your taste. Example, I had a meal that came with fennel, which Non-GFBF loves, but I despise – so I left it out. The meatballs came with parmesan cheese, which I subbed out for Follow Your Heart dairy-free cheese. When you’re done putting all the goodies away in the fridge, just peel the label off and put it outside! They’ll come pick up the box the next day and reuse it over and over again! It’s kind of amazing what all they can fit into this box. All of this for $100!

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
 I made four different meals out of this box of food – each meal fit for two (or more!). Here are photos of some of the meals that I selected and modified.

Vegan Power Bowl

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
Pecan-Crusted Tilapia with Lemony Fennel-Arugula Salad

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
Turkey Spinach Meatballs in Skinny Sunday Gravy

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
It would be hard for me to decide my favorite of the four meals. However, I really enjoyed the sweet potato tacos. It was so easy – the hardest thing was probably dicing up all of the sweet potato! The mild salsa was really tasty and the addition of jalapeños really kicked it up a few spicy notches.

Sweet Potato Tacos

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free
However, Terra’s Kitchen does bring up some points about packaging. While the container is reusable, each item is packaged individually with recyclable plastic – but that’s still a lot of packaging. If I were to purchase these items, it would probably be less waste than this – although less convenient for sure. Convenience is definitely key for something like this – I didn’t have to go to the store the entire week. All I needed for these recipes were simple ingredients like oil and salt and pepper.

Terra's Kitchen Gluten Free Celiac and the Beast
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1 comment

  1. Emily @ Recipes to Nourish October 26, 2016 at 10:56 am Reply

    That is so cool! I’ve never heard of this before! What a great concept!

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