So, I've been dairy free for ages (lactose intolerant). And my doctor wants me on a higher sodium diet for low blood pressure. And I've been told repeatedly to try Gluten Free. I'm working full-time (barely) and that's about all I can cope with. I'm just starting the journey on gluten free diet... and haven't found any pasta or breads yet that I like (i've broken down and have some I 'don't hate'. but don't enjoy eating either). So, I'm focusing on meals that I can cook in five minutes of prep work or less (because that's the longest I can stand in the kitchen)... that just don't contain any pasta, dairy or breads. I need help. I can make chili -because it's throw it in the pot and heat it. I can make fajitas/taco meat and stirfry that I can serve over brown rice or lettuce. I can make grilled boneless, skinless chicken breasts. I've got two soups I can make. And I've found two recipes that are crock-pot - chicken, pineapple & onion soup mix; and ham, potatoes, geen onions... But that's it. That's the realm of what I know how to make and can make with five minutes or less of prep work time. And these are getting old. It's just me and a 9 yr old... and ideally I'm looking for meals that freeze well, so I can get several meals out of one time cooking (take them for lunches). Do any of you know of good recipe sources. I've found a couple that allow you to filter for gluten free/dairy free - but a lot of those simply have regular recipes where you substitute gluten-free pasta for regular pasta (yuck - maybe in the future). And 99% of them take ages to make (which is not going to happen). Most sites don't have that - and you can spend 40 hours trying to find something that a) a child will eat b) fits the restrictions and c) can be easily prepped.... good luck finding one that actually tastes good besides (ok, yes, I'm frustrated). But I figure I can't be the only one trying to find the right recipes, maybe you guys have found a golden ticket to a good food blog or recipe site???