Gluten-Free Recipes

[Updated July 6, 2015]

Whether you're newly diagnosed with celiac disease or a wheat allergy, or someone you love is, the prospect of gluten-free cooking can be a little overwhelming. What’s okay to eat? What needs to be avoided? And how will you change your ingrained kitchen habits? With an estimated 1.6 million people eating gluten-free in the United States, these are worries for many people embarking on the gluten-free diet. The fact is that foods with gluten are staples in American households—but the good news is that they still can be without gluten.

It’s true: Cooking without gluten doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on favorite foods, flavors, and dishes.

Delicious gluten-free recipes can bring Double-Chocolate Brownies, more

Gluten-Free Boule

Featured Recipe

Gluten-Free Boule


After tasting this classic round French loaf, you’ll never buy gluten-free bread in the supermarket again. Include the optional sugar for a deeper, richer-colored crust. If you have a stand mixer, use it; machine-mixed dough makes a lighter, higher loaf. This recipe can be made without eggs; see instructions below.

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