The many dairy-free cheese and milk alternatives available today make it easy to enjoy a dairy-free quiche. But for another take, you can use shredded zucchini to replace the cheese. Sautéed in a little olive oil and salt, zucchini has the soft texture of cheese and even a hint of the richness that dairy offers. Adding another vegetable adds a good measure of fiber, which is always helpful for keeping blood sugars in check.
This flavorful gluten-free, egg-free quiche contains plenty of fresh vegetables and herbs but no eggs. Like any quiche, it can be served with meat of your choice and works well for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
While you can get asparagus year-round, there’s nothing like locally grown asparagus when it’s in season. Adding salmon increases the protein contents of this gluten-free quiche, which helps keep blood sugar stable. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish give you the feeling of being satiated and benefit overall health. If salmon is off your list, omit it.
Richly seasoned with a touch of mint and lemon, this tasty gluten-free quiche is inspired by Middle Eastern cuisine. Packed with vegetables, it’s high in fiber (good for blood sugar control) and low in carbs. It makes a satisfying dinner served with fish or chicken. You can make this gluten-free pie open-faced (use 1 crust) or top it with a second crust. It can be made with egg replacement.
Quintessential quiche, studded with fresh vegetables and paired with a side salad, makes a perfect summer meal. If you have both celiac disease and Type 1 diabetes, as I do, veggie quiches are solid fare, high in protein and fiber and low in unhealthy carbs. These flavorful gluten-free quiches are hearty, healthy meals full of fresh vegetables and herbs. They’ll leave you feeling satisfied and well nourished.
This nutritious salad is a complete meal. It's packed with protein-rich quinoa and colorful veggies for a filling lunch or a satisfying light supper.
This dressing makes a flavorful marinade for chicken, vegetables or salmon, if tolerated. It keeps in the refrigerator up to 10 days.
This versatile salad also works with tofu or shrimp, if tolerated. Serve it warm or chilled.
A tasty dressing with the great flavor of garlic and honey. Try this Lemon-Roasted Garlic dressing from livingwithout.com
High-protein quinoa is easy to digest. Delicious warm or chilled, this dish is simple to prepare. Make more than enough for dinner and enjoy leftovers the next day for lunch. It keeps in the refrigerator up to four days.
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