In honor of tomorrow being National Gluten-Free Day, I have a plethora of gluten-free recipes rounded up to help you celebrate all week. Some of these are main dishes and some are more dessert type, but they are all delicious.
National Gluten-Free Day Recipes
It’s a warm day here in Pittsburgh today, but the bottom is supposed to fall out late this afternoon and evening and they are calling for us to get a mixed bag of weather…rain, freezing rain, ice and then 6+ inches of snow, by this evening into tomorrow. So I decided to add this soup recipe to my offering
This recipe is one more of my offerings for the gluten-free recipe round-up. I love these zucchini chips. They are crispy and delicious.
This is another one of my recipes. I love the fact that it is healthy, and a quick make. It is almost a 30 minute meal. Perfect for those nights when you get home from work and want something quick and easy, but not processed junk.
This delicious twist on an Irish Coddle, or stew if you will, using the grill and foil packets. Which takes me back to my Girl Scout leader days. 🙂
Eating a low carb diet can be challenging, but this pizza does gluten-free and low carb deliciously.
These hit the meatball sub spot perfectly, without the gloppy mess of a disintegrating gluten-free bun. The great thing about them is that they are not only gluten-free, but also low carb and keto, for those who are on those diets as well.
One of the things I love about this recipe, is that the “pasta” isn’t really pasta. It is vegetable pasta, which is one of the things that I have been doing lately since my husband’s heart surgery.
This is one of those cakes that you can make and take to a gathering and no one will guess that it is a gluten-free offering. Delicious!
This is one of those recipes that you can make and have ready to eat in less than 45 minutes. Which is great when you get those unexpected guests and have nothing to serve them.
I love the fact that this cake is made with quinoa, a super healthy seed, but this cake also has 3/4 cup of sugar, which doesn’t seem like a lot, but I’m trying to cut sugar out of my hubby’s heart healthy diet, so if I were to make it again, I would probably tweak the recipe and use medjool dates, or coconut sugar.
These recipes were all amazing and my husband and I enjoyed them all. As a health coach, I don’t feed my family a lot of sweets. That being said, I also believe that a piece of cake or a blondie is not going to kill you. I don’t think it is reasonable to believe that people are going to stop eating sweets all together, and if they do, it will only be for a short period of time because they will eventually feel deprived. My motto is everything in moderation. That way you are more likely to stay on a healthy regimen. I don’t like to say diet, because I don’t believe a diet is something that is sustainable.
Let me know if you try any of these recipes, which ones you tried and which were your favorites.