Discover wholesome, gluten free recipes that will appeal to ALL eaters at the table. These are professionally tested, easy-to-make dishes that anybody can master and that everybody will love.
If you’re looking for a show-stopping appetizer or vegetarian main course, this savory galette recipe is for you.
These crispy fried sage leaves are delicious all on their own (I pair them with roasted nuts, cheese and Fig Jam for an appetizer!), but they’re also a gorgeous garnish to salads, pasta, meat dishes, stews and more.
This sweet and savory butternut squash pasta is a stunning vegetarian meal or holiday side dish.
If baked ziti had a love child with lasagna, this sausage baked pasta would be it! Penne pasta is tossed in a sausage-laced tomato sauce with spinach, then is baked with dollops of creamy ricotta and mozzarella.
This is seriously the best zucchini bread, and nobody will know that it’s gluten free, dairy free and naturally sweetened! You can use any size zucchini you have (even those humungous ones you find in your garden), or summer squash for this recipe.
These baked tomatoes are inspired by panzanella salad (a.
These cheesy vegetarian zucchini boats feature fresh zucchini, creamy Comté cheese, ricotta, herbs and garlic.
Say goodbye to dry, bland chicken! This yogurt marinated grilled chicken recipe results in juicy, tender chicken that’s packed with bold flavor.
This creamy green tahini sauce/dressing is made with fresh herbs and spinach, with a nutty-sweet flavor that will instantly elevate nearly any meal.
This broccoli quiche has an ultra creamy and light egg custard with pockets of savory broccoli, a cheesy top, and a buttery flaky crust.
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.
These gluten free biscuits are crispy on the outside, buttery and tender on the inside, and they have a kiss of sweetness.
This gluten free stuffing recipe will revolutionize your holiday (or everyday!) table.
Adapted from my book, Fresh Flavors for the Slow Cooker (Storey Publishing, 2019).
This is comfort food at its best.
This zippy apple slaw is delicious in sandwiches and is the perfect side dish to meats and sausages, including these Pork Medallions in Apple Cider Sauce! A touch of rutabaga, kohlrabi or turnip provides a hint of cabbage flavor and a firm texture that.
These gluten free (and paleo!) pumpkin muffins are incredibly moist and tender, with a melt-in-your-mouth, creamy crumb that tastes like pumpkin pie (warning: they will make your house smell like HEAVEN).
Forget the heavy cream and butter, this healthy alfredo style sauce is made with just cottage cheese and garlic! It’s rich and comforting, yet far lighter than traditional alfredo.
These lightened-up pan-fried fish sandwiches feature crispy white fish, juicy tomato slices, slivers of avocado, crunchy lettuce and a generous smear of Tarragon Aioli (which is like a more elegant and stimulating version of tartar sauce).