If you’ve recently found out that you need to adhere to a gluten-free diet or you want to try eating gluten-free for health reasons, it’s easier than ever to find recipes that are great for your new eating plan. Whether you need more ideas for breakfast, can’t decide what to make for dinner, or need quick and easy lunch ideas, these recipes will help you look forward to sticking to a gluten-free diet.
Gluten-Free Cauliflower Gnocchi Pomodoro
This delicious pasta dish is made with cauliflower and is a filling gluten-free entree that could become a family favorite. Cauliflower, potato, and gluten-free flour make tasty gnocchi and garlic, parmesan, and basil add more flavor to this dinner. This gnocchi also keeps well overnight so you can enjoy it for lunch the next day.
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Gluten-Free Spaghetti Bolognese
You don’t have to give up pasta just because you’re on a gluten-free diet. This spaghetti bolognese dish is hearty and flavorful, and you can use corn or rice noodles for a satisfying Italian dish that will help you stick to your health goals.
If you love samosas but avoid getting them when you order Indian takeout, you can make a gluten-free version at home. You can use rice paper rolls filled with curried vegetables and add a flavorful dipping sauce for an Indian-inspired appetizer that could become a go-to snack.
Gluten-Free Pizza Crust
Several popular pizza chains offering gluten-free pizzas these days. However, if you are gluten intolerant or have Celiac disease, you may want to make your own crust at home to avoid gluten contamination. Try this easy gluten-free pizza crust topped with savory tomato sauce and all your favorite toppings for a delicious lunch or dinner that is safe for your digestive system.
Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese
Once you find out that you can no longer have gluten, you may be disappointed that you can’t enjoy many of your favorite foods anymore. Fortunately, there’s a way to make delicious macaroni and cheese even if you have to stick to diet restrictions. Gluten-free noodles made from rice, corn, or chickpea flour are the foundation for this popular side dish. You can even make the mac and cheese the main course by adding your favorite green veggies.
Cheese Pull-Apart Caculflower with Pesto
This tasty cauliflower side dish or appetizer is a gluten-free substitute for pull-apart bread or garlic knots. Bake the cauliflower with mozzarella and season it with pesto for a flavorful addition to any meal.
Chhole, also known as chickpea curry, takes just minutes to prepare. It’s a tasty meal that is packed with protein and flavor, and you can prepare it for lunch or dinner. Cook the chickpeas with stewed tomatoes and potatoes to make the meal more filling and top with fresh cilantro for an herbaceous finishing touch.
White Bean and Veggie Salad
Whether you want a salad for lunch or want a light dinner that is packed with flavor, this white bean and veggie salad is a perfect choice. Avocado and tomatoes add color and mild flavor to this vegan entree. If you want to add more protein, you can add grilled tofu, chicken, or salmon which makes the salad especially satisfying without adding gluten.
Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers
If you love Philly cheesesteaks but have to be gluten-free, you can still get the delicious flavor of these sandwiches with stuffed peppers. Fill red and yellow bell peppers with beef strips, sauteed onions, and pepper slices for a meal that is low in carbs and full of protein.
Sheet-Pan Chicken Fajitas
It’s easy to make tasty Mexican food when you’re gluten-free, so you don’t have to miss out on Taco Tuesday now that you’ve made some changes in your diet. Add shredded chicken, sliced onions, sliced bell peppers, and mushrooms to a sheet pan before dressing the ingredients with olive oil, salt, pepper, cumin, and taco seasoning. Warm some corn tortillas while you’re fajita ingredients are roasting in the oven and prepare a few fajita fixings like salsa, sour cream, and fresh lime slices to make your meal complete.