This crowd-pleasing recipe ups the ante with a punchy pesto, salty cured meat and exciting vegetables. Cherries provide just the right amount of seasonal sweetness.
The layers in this double-decker smoothie have very different flavor profiles, but when stacked in a large glass, they pair excellently. The recipe calls for two kinds of Coconut Bliss dairy-free frozen dessert, and a myriad of nutritious whole foods like freshly squeezed blood oranges, baobab powder, goji berries and spirulina.
To peel peaches and tomatoes, cut a shallow X in the bottom of each one and place them in a large bowl. Cover them with boiling water and let them sit about 5 minutes. Remove them with tongs. When they’re cool enough to handle, peel off the skins.
Loaded with classic gluten-free toppings like fresh tomatoes, artichokes, mushrooms and mozzarella, this gluten-free and vegan pizza is anything but traditional. Miyoko's vegan mozzarella is cashew-based, and free from soy and gluten, as well as dairy and eggs. The handmade tomato sauce is delicate and flavorful, and that cornmeal crust - well, you just need to taste it for yourself!
This gluten-free fried zucchini recipe has long been a favorite in my Southern household. The touch of sugar transformed my son into a zucchini lover! Select smaller zucchini so they’re bite-size and easier to eat.
These crunchy homemade gluten free crackers are sturdy enough to support dips, hummus and tapenade, or yummy enough on their own. Vary the seeds and herbs to suit your palate. Store gluten free crackers in an airtight container until eaten.
This combo of sweet apple, crunchy fennel and punchy thyme turns gluten-free fried rice on its head in a very delicious way.
Packed with nutrition, tantalizing textures and complex flavors, this gluten-free fried rice is always a favorite. Chicken thighs, pork tenderloin or tofu can replace the salmon if fish isn’t tolerated.
This gluten-free pie crust recipe is also dairy-free and egg-free, with a light and delicious crust. Gluten-free dough is easier to work when it’s rolled out immediately so if you’re making a double-crust pie, prepare the filling first before making the crust. For a one-crust gluten-free pie, halve the recipe.
Pour this delicious cherry topping on your gluten-free cheesecake, or add to yogurt for a super sweet treat.