Apple adds a bit of tartness to this otherwise sweet soup. Without dairy or gluten, this apple butternut squash soup has a smooth and luscious texture that contrasts nicely with the crunch of parsnip chips and fried sage leaves used as garnish.
Red lentils are ideal for quick cooking as they do not require pre-soaking. This Curried Red Lentil and Kale soup, full of protein, beta-carotene and calcium, is perfect served with gluten-free flatbread. Use the curry powder of your choice ranging from mild to spicy.
Thanks to cooked cauliflower, this soup is rich and creamy without heavy cream. Roasting the garlic takes a bit of time, but it’s well worth it for the nutty flavor. Serve with seasoned gluten-free croutons for extra texture.
This variation on classic Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Creamy Coconut and Root Vegetable Stew can be made with salmon, if fish is tolerated, or with tofu. Turnips, rutabaga and sweet potato replace the traditional white potatoes, delivering higher nutritional value and flavor. Serve warm with a loaf of gluten-free bread.
When temperatures begin to drop, there's nothing better than a generous serving of steaming, nourishing soup. When it's homemade, this special food contains a blend of pure and simple ingredients that are naturally wholesome, making it the ideal dish for gluten-free, allergy-friendly cooking. In addition, soup is flexible enough that it can be made to deliciously suit most special-dietary needs.