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Baked Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal takes your favorite dessert for the fall and makes it a gluten free breakfast. With all the same spices, you'll start your day off with a sweet warm bite filled with cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger flavors that will keep you satisfied all throughout the morning. Prepare this for a brunch party and impress your guests with your ability to re-purpose dessert for a hearty breakfast dish.
Have a wonderful dessert that uses vegetables to provide a moist texture in these Carrot Zucchini Bars. You'll be shocked at how much your kids will love these, just don't tell them what the secret ingredients are! With ginger and honey, sweeten everything up while you crunch into some walnuts too. With protein and vegetables, have an easy gluten free dessert recipe to keep on hand for when you need a snack that is allergy friendly.
These delicious Breakfast Bowls are so simple and fast, you'll wonder why you've never done it before. Treat yourself to something other than cereal with this gluten free morning meal. With melted peanut butter over fruit, you instantly transform you favorite berries and whatever else you throw into the mix. Have fun playing around with crunch and creamy varieties and enjoy a breakfast so quick you could indulge any day of the week.
Granola is usually associated with oats, but it does not have to be this way! The base of this Gluten Free Sugar Free Brown Rice Granola recipe is actually Rice Krispies cereal. Basically, you can think of this wheat free recipe as the healthiest rice krispy treats imaginable, just in the form of a gluten free breakfast cereal. Instead of refined white sugar, this gluten free diet idea utilizes all-natural honey.
Summer is a great time to take advantage of all the fresh produce that's in season. This Light and Easy Summer Salad really utilizes everything and anything in the garden. Paired with a lime balsamic vinaigrette that you can use with any of your other favorite salads, each component builds on the next. With the crunch from the nuts, the smooth texture of the avocado and the tangy sweetness from the nectarines, have a naturally gluten free lunch that will brighten your day.
The special thing about these Apple Stuffed Crepes is the apple maple sauce and the completely vegan Kreme Cheeze Glaze. This is a gluten free breakfast recipe that everyone can and will eat. The warm cinnamon flavors and the crunch of the apples are a great combination for a way to start the morning on a weekend when you have some time to play in the kitchen.
This could be a vegetable side, a starch or a green salad but however you characterize it, this Green Bean and Potato Salad with Miso Dressing can be used for any occasion where you need gluten free menu items. Agave nectar makes it sweet while the Dijon mustard adds a bit of sour. The gluten free miso dressing can be used for a number of other dishes so keep this healthy recipe on hand to add flavor to any plate.
When making big breakfast casseroles, while they are delicious they also make too much if you wanted to have a fancy brunch for two. Problem solved with Individual Baked Apple French Toast. Each dish of this warm gluten free breakfast is the perfect size for a personal portion. Play around with different flavors and enjoy how great a big wheat free breakfast meal can be without all the leftovers.
This polenta-like treat is great to pair with any lunch option. Enjoy a Chickpea Frittate as a tasty side or snack. With only a few ingredients, create these gluten free frittatas without having to worry about breaking the bank at the grocery store. For a last minute quick fix, whip up a batch for a bite everyone will love.
Curl up with a big bowl of comfort after you make this Cream of Broccoli Soup. It is rich and decadent, yet not complicated to prepare. Grab your favorite gluten free bread and dip into this wonderful one pot wonder for lunch or dinner. With milk, celery and onion, there is a ton of flavor in this dish. You'll have requests from the kids to make sure it's on the docket for the week.
High Fiber Date Nut Scones are that slightly sweet treat you'll love to dunk in your morning coffee. With dates and walnuts, you'll have a great balance of textures with every bite. Make a big batch ahead of time and have an easy, on-the-go gluten free pastry for those mornings where sitting down for breakfast just doesn't seem to be an option. Don't let the high fiber title scare you, there is nothing that resembles cardboard here in these gluten free scones.
Lamb is a lean protein that doesn't get nearly enough exposure in the food world. Have a bite of Lamb with Green Chili Masala and you'll realize what you've been missing. The tender pieces of meat are coated in tons of flavor that will knock your socks off. Achieve culinary excellence with this gluten free main course and impress anyone who is ready to dine in fashion.
Here is a gluten free condiment that will liven up the flavor of anything you pair it with. Creamy Cucumber and Herb Sauce can be used as a flavored sandwich spread to add moisture or put it out as a gluten free dip at your next party. The refreshing mint and parsley flavors help to calm the tartness of the citrus from the lemon juice. Keep this versatile gluten free dip on hand to bring flavor to anything that might need it.
Curl up with a toasty warm bowl of this comfort food classic. Have a serving of French Onion Miso Soup that is filled with flavor and natural ingredients. As an allergy friendly alternative, this recipe has a layer of dairy free cheese for a perfect gooey spoonful. Dunk your favorite gluten free bread for a wheatless meatless meal that anyone will love.
Applesauce Oatmeal takes 3 minutes making this an awesome alternative to that boring bowl of cold gluten free cereal. The smooth consistency will warm you up while it wakes you up, helping to kick start the day. Sprinkle a bit of brown sugar for an extra treat and feel free to add any of your other favorite mix-ins to the bowl for a personalized flavor.
Apples and plums and figs, oh my! This trifecta of fall fruits blend so beautifully together without losing their individual textures and tastes. With a recipe like the Fall Harvest Fruit Crumble, you'll wonder why you never thought to put these elements together before. The crumble topping has a buttery crunch that uses gluten free oats to soak up the juices of the fruit. Embrace fall with some favorite fruits that bake up so nicely.
Spring into summer with this groovy green hummus recipe! Smooth and delicious, this gluten free snack comes courtesy of Alta from Tasty Eats at Home. Mediterranean flavors come to life with a fresh mix of tahini, lemon juice, oil and salt. It's a no-fail afternoon snack idea.
Sauerkraut is one of those foods that can be paired with almost anything to brighten up the dish. Learn about the fermentation process as you experiment with your Homemade Sauerkraut. The texture of the cabbage when paired with your favorite protein will complement any main dish. Put this on sandwiches or use it as a side salad at your next picnic. You'll impress everyone with the fact that you made it from scratch.
Combine two flavors that will warm your heart and your tummy. Choco-Coco-Banana Bread makes gluten free baking easy for a quick morning bite or a healthy snack. Enjoy this light bread without worrying about any special dietary concern. This allergy proof baking recipe is gluten free, dairy free, soy free and nut free making this dish great for gifts and parties. Anyone can eat it and everyone will love it.
This Egg Salad recipe is the perfect idea for kid's school lunches. Courtesy of Gluten Free Jen, it's simple to get together in a pinch. All you are need eggs, mayo, salt and pepper and pickle juice if you would like. It's a crowd-pleaser for all ages!
When you're looking for that little burst of sugar, grab a handful of these Caramel Chips without feeling bad about it after the fact. With cashews and maple syrup, you'll be shocked at how easy these are to make. These are great to put into trail mix, cookies, and anything else that might need a shot of sugar. Decorate the top of a gluten free cake with these chips that melt in your mouth and give you a healthy way to eat sweets.
There is nothing better than a filling bowl of oatmeal to start your day but sometimes hot cereal can get boring. Cherries and Cream Oatmeal will spice up your morning is a tart way. After your gluten free oatmeal is ready, add any fruit you'd like and a little cream for an added bonus. This is a great way to stay full throughout the morning in a nutritious way.
Add some extra excitement to a favorite snack with this Maple Sweetened Caramel Corn. The light crunch of the popcorn mixed with the peanuts and pumpkin seeds makes for an interesting consistency combo that keeps your snackers satisfied both in the salty and sweet departments. Let the maple syrup do its thing as it coats this naturally gluten free snack for a treat you can feel good about giving to the kids. No processed sugars, no junk, just a tasty treat that's healthy too.
Blueberry Cobbler Granola is a wonderful snack to top your yogurt or fruit but there's no doubt that you can enjoy this crunchy gluten free snack all on its own. With coconut and honey, this is a sweet treat that has great texture. The blueberries are dried so your homemade granola will last on your shelf but chances are it won't need to. This is one of those recipes that will help clean out the pantry.
Anzac Biscuits are a fun little treat but can be loaded with sugar. Luckily there is an alternative with this gluten-free sugar-free recipe. Have a cookie-like snack that you won't feel guilty about. The crunch of the almond and the flakiness of the coconut will leave you wanting more. So go ahead and take one-there is nothing in this wheat-free recipe that says you shouldn't.