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Panzanella Stuffed Baked Tomatoes (Gluten Free Option)

Panzanella Stuffed Baked Tomatoes (Gluten Free Option)

These baked tomatoes are inspired by panzanella salad (a.k.a. bread salad) and have an incredible flavor. Whole tomatoes are stuffed with toasted bread cubes, melted cheese, fresh basil and garlic. The bread soaks up the flavors and turns crispy on top. You’ll need a rustic loaf or baguette to make the bread cubes—you can use regular or gluten free bread. Be sure to use a firmer style tomato with fleshy walls (some heirloom varieties have a loose structure and thin walls, and they’ll fall apart when baked). Pair the tomatoes with grilled meats or fish, or serve them with this simple Green Salad or Stuffed Zucchini for a light lunch!

Vegetarian Cheese & Herb Stuffed Zucchini Boats (Gluten Free)

Vegetarian Cheese & Herb Stuffed Zucchini Boats (Gluten Free)

These cheesy vegetarian zucchini boats feature fresh zucchini, creamy Comté cheese, ricotta, herbs and garlic. They're an irresistible side dish or main course, and they can be made ahead—perfect for both entertaining and weeknights!

Hoisin Glazed Baby Bok Choy Recipe

Hoisin Glazed Baby Bok Choy Recipe

This is a quick and easy but flavor-packed side dish. Hoisin sauce lends a rich, sweet-and-salty flavor and creates an irresistible glaze for baby bok choy (if you’re gluten-free like me, use a gluten-free hoisin). Serve the bok choy alongside this Miso-Glazed Salmon, Seared Ahi Tuna, Sushi Rice, Stir-Fries or any of your favorite Asian-inspired dishes.

Lamb & Mint Flatbread Pizzas (Gluten Free Option!)

Lamb & Mint Flatbread Pizzas (Gluten Free Option!)

These lamb flatbread pizzas feature savory ground lamb, a bright mint pesto, creamy Greek yogurt and feta. The Mediterranean inspired pizzas are easy to make using store-bought naan breads or these Gluten Free Flatbreads (you can make the flatbreads ahead and freeze them). You’ll need to start by making a batch of this Mint Pesto, which can be made the day before. A handful of fresh arugula gives the pizzas a fresh kick when they come out of the oven. These are the perfect weeknight dinner or party appetizer!

Best Gluten Free Easter Desserts

Best Gluten Free Easter Desserts

These easy gluten free Easter desserts will appeal to everybody at your table, whether or not they can eat gluten!

Best Broccoli Quiche (Gluten Free Option!)

Best Broccoli Quiche (Gluten Free Option!)

This broccoli quiche has an ultra creamy and light egg custard with pockets of savory broccoli, a cheesy top, and a buttery flaky crust. Best of all, it can easily be made gluten free (and nobody will have a clue). You’ll need to start by making a batch of this Foolproof Pie Crust. You’ll only need half the recipe so freeze the rest of the dough for down the line (or make a Galette or Pot Pie!). If you’re really strapped for time you can also use a store-bought crust. Blind baking the crust will ensure that it stays crispy once the quiche is baked—you can do this the day before. Whipping the eggs and half-and-half in a blender (a trick I learned from chef Thomas Keller) aerates the custard, resulting in a texture that’s far lighter and silkier than other quiches. You can make the quiche up to 3 days in advance!

Gluten Free Flatbreads (Vegan)

Gluten Free Flatbreads (Vegan)

These gluten free, vegan flatbreads are tender and flaky, with a delicious flavor that’s perfect for scooping up curries, dips, stews and salads. You can also transform them into flatbread pizzas (see the Notes below)! Full-fat canned coconut milk lends a subtly sweet flavor as well as helps keep the flatbreads moist (be sure to stir the milk well before using, but it’s okay if it’s lumpy). While flipping the breads takes practice, don’t fret if they break. They’ll still taste delicious, no matter what size they are (don't miss my step-by-step video, where I show you how to form and flip the breads). Some of the flour might start to burn in the pan when cooking—if that happens just wipe it out with a damp cloth between batches.

Savory Cheese Scones (Gluten Free Option!)

Savory Cheese Scones (Gluten Free Option!)

These savory cheese scones are crispy on the edges, buttery in the middle, and they get a pop of brightness from green onions. Cornmeal keeps the scones tender and provides a pleasant crunch, while a hint of granulated garlic lends depth of flavor. You can use either regular all-purpose flour or a 1-to-1 gluten free flour blend (I recommend Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Flour or King Arthur Measure for Measure). Serve the scones on their own, as a side dish, or as part of a picnic lunch!

Easy Orange Olive Oil Cake with Orange Cardamom Glaze (Gluten Free!)

Easy Orange Olive Oil Cake with Orange Cardamom Glaze (Gluten Free!)

This easy orange cake recipe comes together quickly and easily using just two bowls and a whisk, and it has an incredible flavor from fresh orange juice and orange zest. A crunchy-sweet orange cardamom glaze takes it over the top. You’ll need 2 juicy oranges for the recipe (that will be enough for the cake and the glaze). If you’d like, you can garnish the cake with dried orange zest, which is super easy to make (fresh zest has too much moisture and will affect the glaze)—see the Notes below. The cake is rather delicate, so baking it in a springform pan makes it easy to remove (see the Notes), but you can use a 9-inch cake pan if you don’t have one. For another variation, try my Lemon Olive Oil Cake Recipe!

20+ BEST Gluten Free Christmas Desserts | From Scratch Fast

20+ BEST Gluten Free Christmas Desserts | From Scratch Fast

Over 20 easy-to-make, mouthwatering gluten free Christmas desserts that EVERYBODY at the table will love! Perfect for all the holidays.

25+ Must Make Gluten Free Recipes for Thanksgiving | From Scratch Fast

25+ Must Make Gluten Free Recipes for Thanksgiving | From Scratch Fast

From sides to appetizers to desserts, these easy, flavor-packed gluten free Thanksgiving recipes will appeal to ALL eaters at your table!

Easy to Make Breakfast Ideas for Mom (plus gift ideas!) | From Scratch Fast

Easy to Make Breakfast Ideas for Mom (plus gift ideas!) | From Scratch Fast

With Mother’s Day around the corner, I thought I’d share some of my favorite easy to make breakfast ideas for mom! These are recipes that are easy enough for anybody to master, but that your mom or wife will LOVE. All of these recipes can be made gluten-free!

Spicy Peanut Pork Noodles (Gluten free)

Spicy Peanut Pork Noodles (Gluten free)

These spicy peanut pork noodles feature crispy pork, a creamy peanut sauce and fresh spinach for an addicting one-dish dinner that you’ll want to make on repeat. The brand of rice noodles you use makes a big difference in terms of texture, so pay attention to the quantities. If you use Lotus Foods Pad Thai Rice Noodles (which I love for their toothsome bite), you’ll need two packages, or 1 pound. If you use Annie Chun’s or Thai Kitchen brand, use 1 box, or 8 ounces (you can use white or brown rice noodles for any brand). If you prefer, you can swap out the pork for ground turkey. Take note that the peanut sauce will taste very potent on its own, but it will get diluted with chicken broth when it goes into the pan. The sauce can be made up to 2 days in advance.

Gluten Free Banana Cake (Paleo!)

Gluten Free Banana Cake (Paleo!)

This healthier gluten free banana cake is the ultimate snack cake or celebration cake. It’s rich and moist, and you’d never know it’s gluten free, grain free and dairy free! Slather it with a 2-ingredient chocolate frosting or this Maple Cream Cheese Frosting (you’ll need a half batch of the cream cheese frosting). The cake tastes better with time, so go ahead and make it a few hours (or a day) in advance. For gluten-free banana cupcakes, bake the batter in lined muffin cups, and start checking them at 25 minutes.

Vegan Almond Bread Recipe (Grain-Free, Paleo)

Vegan Almond Bread Recipe (Grain-Free, Paleo)

Whether you follow a gluten-free, paleo, vegan, keto or whole-30 lifestyle, or if you’re just looking for a nutritious loaf you can master at home, this easy almond flour bread recipe is for you. The vegan bread gets its structure from psyllium husk fiber instead of eggs or gluten, making it a dense bread, but almond flour and coconut flour keep it tender. Powdered stevia lends a subtle sweetness and makes this bread sugar-free, but you can use regular sugar instead (take note that different brands of stevia have different levels of sweetness, so you might need to adjust as desired). This is a high-protein and high-fiber loaf that’s super filling - perfect for breakfasts, lunches and snacks. I recommend toasting it for the best texture and flavor!

Paleo Almond Thumbprint Cookies (Vegan Option!)

Paleo Almond Thumbprint Cookies (Vegan Option!)

These gluten free almond thumbprint cookies have an irresistible marzipan-like flavor, a chewy center and a burst of sweet jam in the center. Best of all, they’re naturally paleo and dairy-free, and they can easily be made vegan! The vegan cookies are made with a flax egg instead of a regular egg. To make a flax egg, mix 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds with 3 tablespoons of water and let it sit for at least 15 minutes, or until slightly thickened (it will look viscous). The healthy cookies are a delicious everyday treat, and they're also fabulous for the holidays!

Gingerbread Trifle (Gluten Free Option!)

Gingerbread Trifle (Gluten Free Option!)

This stunning gingerbread trifle features spiced gingerbread cake, homemade vanilla pudding, chopped English toffee and whipped cream. It’s the ultimate dessert for a special occasion or the holidays, and it can be completely made ahead. You’ll need to start by making a batch of Gingerbread Cake and Vanilla Pudding (they can be made up to 2 days in advance). The trifle is easy to assemble, and you can use either eight 12-ounce glasses/bowls or a trifle dish. Be sure to refrigerate the trifle for at least 6 hours (or overnight) to allow the flavors to meld.

Easy Gingerbread Cake (Lightened-Up & Gluten Free!)

Easy Gingerbread Cake (Lightened-Up & Gluten Free!)

This rich, moist gluten free gingerbread cake is fragrant with cinnamon and molasses, with a kick from fresh ginger. It has far less sugar and oil than most recipes, but you’d never know that it’s a healthier gingerbread cake! An optional 2-ingredient Maple Cream Cheese Frosting takes the cake over the top (you’ll need a half batch of the frosting). For even more flavor and texture, top the cake with chopped Maple Pecans (yes, please!). For a spectacular finale to a special occasion dinner, you can even transform the cake (without the frosting) into this Gingerbread Trifle. The texture and flavor of the cake improve with time, so I prefer to make it the day before.

Gluten Free Buttermilk Biscuits

Gluten Free Buttermilk Biscuits

These gluten free biscuits are crispy on the outside, buttery and tender on the inside, and they have a kiss of sweetness. Canned pumpkin is the secret ingredient, giving the biscuits richness and moisture (the flavor is subtle, meaning you can still serve these biscuits in all your favorite ways—check out the Notes below). I love adding a pinch of nutmeg, which gives the biscuits a subtle warmth, but it’s optional. Use leftover pumpkin puree in these Pumpkin Breakfast Cookies!

Gluten-Free Chicken (or Turkey!) Pot Pie

Gluten-Free Chicken (or Turkey!) Pot Pie

This gluten free chicken or turkey pot pie recipe features a savory chicken stew and a buttery, flaky crust. It gets assembled and baked right in a cast iron skillet, making for a soul-satisfying and cozy main course. You’ll need to start by making a batch of this Gluten Free Pie Crust (you’ll only need half of the dough—freeze the other half or use it to make a Galette!). The chicken stew is lighter and silkier than other pot pie recipes, which contrasts beautifully with the crispy, flaky crust (heaven!). You can use shredded rotisserie chicken or leftover cooked chicken or turkey for this pot pie (see the Notes for a vegetarian option).

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