Hi. I sympathize, and would suggest that you keep a few pans and things for things with gluten in them. I sometimes treat my guys to their fave breaded fish and junk like that, but for the most part, they eat GF.
Everyone loves stir-fry, and I was given new pots and pans for Christmas, which haven't had any gluten in them. Bionature is a wonderful pasta, if you can have a bit of soy. If you have a Trader Joe's, they have very good rice pasta. Tinkyada is also pretty good stuff. Mine all love quinoa, Look for the prerinsed stuff, and it's soooo easy. Everyone here likes it better than rice.
I make meatloaf, and just use the butt ends of my GF bread, or cooked quinoa or GF oats for my bread crumbs. I use GF barbeque sauce, ketchup and other things, which my guys all admit taste better, as they don't tend to have other fillers. If you have a Trader Joe's, they're great. Once you find foods you like, many pastas, etc. are available from Amazon. Maybe you have a local co-op, which has been a boon to me.
Don't forget things like lean pork, and fish. If you cook your fish wrapped in parchment paper, it's yummy and moist. If you are trying to eat healthy, chicken is not the only food. And, don't forget eggs as a dinner option once in a while. My guys love that.
It seems daunting at first, but with time, you will feel less stressed. It's not only doable, but can be fun. I've found lots of GF recipes on spark, and from www.glutenfreegirl and www.other sites. Spend a bit of time Googling and have some fun.
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