Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat. Gluten-free food is becoming the new trend for many. Especially for those who have a gluten intolerances or have an autoimmune disease that requires a gluten-free diet to heal. Below are some recipes that are easy and fun to make for the whole family.
Socca Pizza with Hemp + Pumpkin Seed Kale Pesto
Have you tried making socca pizza yet? It’s one of our favourite gluten-free dinner recipes and this one – topped with a heavenly kale pesto – offers you a delectable dose of green vegggies!
Cleaned Up Creamy Butter Chicken with Cauliflower Rice
Is it possible to have an incredible butter chicken without the butter and cream? You bet. This 30-minute gluten-free meal is luxuriously creamy and if you’re not into chicken, there are a couple of vegan options as well.
Green Pea Buckwheat Risotto
You don’t need to be the Incredible Hulk or a green-eyed monster to enjoy this vibrant green goodness. We love the creativity of this gluten-free dinner recipe that swaps arborio rice for buckwheat and uses a zingy pea sauce instead of cheese. And, an an extra special bonus, no stirring!
Perfect Baked Salmon with Lentils and Lemon Herb Sauce
Salmon, lentils, quinoa, vegetables, lemon herb sauce. All in one pan. No need to cook everything separately – it all bakes up deliciously together in the oven. Gluten-free eating doesn’t get easier than this, folks.
Gluten-Free Vegetable Spaghetti Bowl
Spiralized veggie noodles are undoubtedly awesome, but sometimes you just want some gluten-free floury pasta, right? Enter this veggie spaghetti bowl – with gluten-free noodles, tomato sauce, a pile of veggies and herbs, it’s a pure comfort food dinner.
Garlic + Lemon Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers with Broccoli Rabe
Don’t let the long title of this gluten-free recipe intimidate you – it’s really straightforward and simple to create. And it’s topped with a ‘cheesy’ vegan parmesan that is incredibly flavourful.
One Pan Honey Garlic Chicken
We love those one-pan meals! This gluten-free dinner is packed with veggies and a simple, herb-y and heavenly sauce. An easy recipe for when you need to cook, but don’t really feel like doing much.
Turmeric Roast Vegetable Soup
This multi-vegetable soup is the kind of gluten-free meal for when you want soup for dinner with a little more ‘heft’. The roasted sweet potatoes piled on top of the thick puree gives extra oomph to this satisfying, anti-inflammatory bowl.
Curried Green Lentils + Kale
The slow cooker is an ingenious contraption, as it helps you put delicious gluten-free dinner recipes like this one on the table without doing any of the work.
Simple Stewed Pinto Beans and Collard Greens
A smoky and savory gluten-free dinner that is quick to pull together. It’s great when paired with gluten-free grains or spooned on toast, but you can also enjoy it all on its own (and we do!).
Baked Sweet Potato + Turmeric Falafels
These gluten-free falafels are next-level awesome with the anti-inflammatory additions of sweet potatoes and turmeric. Throw a handful of them onto a salad, fold them into a wrap or serve them alongside steamed or roasted veggies.
Garden Veggie Vegan Buddha Bowl
How much nutrient-density can you squeeze into one bowl? A lot, as it turns out. This gluten-free dinner recipe is packed to the brim with a variety of micro and macronutrients, along with a range of tastes and textures.
Butternut Squash Black Bean Enchiladas
All you need for this gluten-free dinner recipe is 10 ingredients and one hour of your time. The results are hearty, with robust flavour and a spicy kick, though with the homemade enchilada sauce you can certainly customize the spice level however you’d like!
Maple Walnut Glazed Black-Eyed Peas with Collard Greens
Veggies and beans becoming infinitely more interesting when they’re doused in an amazing sauce, and this maple-walnut blend is to die for. Serve this over your favourite gluten-free grain or gluten-free toast for a quick and easy dinner.
Bravo for Paleo
The Scoop: Even if you’re not of the Paleo persuasion, you can appreciate the creativity and simplicity of blogger Monica’s recipes (as well as their gluten-free-ness, of course.)