Tempt Your Taste buds with these Gluten Free Recipes.
Over the last few years, our awareness of some of the problems with foods which contain gluten has risen sharply. Many readers, for health reasons, or sometimes to lose weight have tried to cut gluten from their diets. This collection of Gluten free recipes should be a great help to you, if this is a concern.
Gluten is a protein found wheat, barley, and rye and it also shows up in many whole grain foods related to wheat, such as bulgur and spelt. Gluten free is all the rage right now but is also a real concern to anyone who suffers from Celiac disease. Even a mild case of gluten intolerance can cause some health problems.
Cutting out gluten does not have to mean cutting out taste, as these recipes will show!
Most protein sources are gluten free, but the sauces can be a problem, depending on what is use in them. This oven baked cod and shrimp uses a mustard sauce with beautifully combined spices for such a lovely taste.
Here is a delicious gluten free recipe for Apricot Chicken wings from Living Without that everyone will love.
Some foods, such as pizza, can be a challenge to recreate without gluten. This socca pizza is made with chickpea flour and then dressed with fresh veggies. It does not have the normal pizza crust taste but is good in its own right. Get the recipe here.
You don’t have to forego sweets when you eliminate gluten. This delicious oatmeal chocolate chip cookie uses gluten free oats and oat flour. Believe me. You won’t miss the regular flour one bit! See how to make them here.These delicious breakfast egg cups are perfect for the breakfast on the go. Breakfast is one of the easiest meals to go gluten free and these egg cups are simple to make.
Roasting vegetables brings out their natural sweetness and this delicious roasted carrot salad with dried fruit and nuts and a vinegar and honey dressing shows just how beautiful gluten free cooking looks on the plate!
These vegetarian gluten free salad rolls where the hit of my Christmas party last year. The men could not get enough of them. That is high praise for gluten free cooking, I’d say.
Many Brazilian recipes are gluten free. These Pao de Queijo sweets use tapioca starch with mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses for one tasty bite. See how to make them here.
Most snack foods have gluten in them, but I have found a wonderful gourmet popcorn that you make on the stove that is gluten free and tastes just like movie theater popcorn. Franklin’s popcorn really is that good
This Thai peanut chicken is a semi home made recipe made with a gluten free sauce mix and it is to die for. Get the recipe here.
Paleo cooking and Gluten free cooking go hand in hand. This delicious Paleo Mongolian beef recipe can be eaten by both diets and it is easy to make with just a few ingredient substitutions.
Both ground pork and ground beef combine in this recipe for Gluten Free Asian meatballs. Not too spicy and the perfect one bite party appetizer!
This crock pot vegetable curry with apples is gluten free, fat free and vegetarian. Perfect for some many diets with restrictions but full of flavor. And the house smells divine while it is cooking!
Fruit is naturally gluten free, but a steady diet of it can get boring. Making crumbles from fruit means that you have to make substitutes, but they work very well. For this apple crumble, I have used gluten free oats and oat flour for a great tasting crumble.
Salads are the perfect choice for a gluten free lunch. This delicious chicken salad pairs up with walnuts and grapefruit and a home made dressing just beautifully. (the dressing does contain vinegar which is a highly discussed food for gluten free diets, so make your own decision on this one.)
There you have it. 15 delicious easy gluten free recipes that will take you through the day (and week) with ease. All are guaranteed to please your taste buds!
Interested in more Gluten free recipes? Here are some more favorites:
1. Whole30 Breakfast bowl.
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