Top Rated Gluten Free Recipes

Gluten-Free Pasta
My favorite part of spaghetti carbonara is the generous dose of freshly ground black pepper, said to represent flecks of coal ( the “carbone”) that would drop off Italian miners’ clothes into the pasta while they were making it over a campfire.  Actually my favorite-favorite part is that there’s gluten-free spaghetti out there. For a truly authentic version, use guanciale, cured pork jowl, instead of bacon. Flecks of coal are optional. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Pasta Dishes.
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Olive-Rosemary Bread
To make a great base for hors d’oeuvres, cut this loaf into thin slices, spread on a baking sheet, and toast in the oven at 350 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes. The resulting crackers are great with goat cheese, drizzled with a good cold-pressed olive oil, or spread with fig tapenade. Adapted from "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" by Elana Amsterdam.
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Gluten-Free Chickpea Rosemary Farinata 3
Ever made farinata? Well, more importantly what is farinata? I bet you’ve never made it. A specialty of Italy's Liguria region (and virtually identical to the socca of Nice), it’s a simple blend of chickpea flour, water, olive oil, a touch of sea salt, freshly ground pepper, and a bit of fresh rosemary. A protein-packed dish that is gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, perfect atop salads or grains.Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Pie
Recipe Courtesy of Bridgette Clare and Vega“Pumpkin pie is so last year. Sweetie pie, this year, we’re mixing things up and making use of those leftover sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving with this sweet potato pie.”-Bridgette
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Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Cake with fluffy Marshmallow Frosting is a fabulous birthday treat for children and adults alike. To make a layer cake, simply double the recipe below and use two cake pans.Adapted from "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" by Elana Amsterdam.
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Flour
After many cupcake rocks and cakes that felt like bricks, I found a flour combination that makes fluffy  and moist gluten-free cakes. This recipe is easily substituted in most recipes that call for all-purpose flour. 
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Chocolate Cake with Marshmallow Frosting
This marshmallow frosting recipe was inspired by one of my favorite cookbook authors, the late Elaine Gottschall and is divine frosted over Chocolate Cake. Don’t fear if the mixture overcooks and the agave nectar turns dark amber—you will have a roasted marshmallow frosting, creating a slightly different, though equally tasty, treat.  Adapted from "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" by Elana Amsterdam.
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Gluten-free Pasta
When you find out you cannot eat gluten, one of the first foods you worry about living without is pasta. There’s a certain mourning involved, imagining a trip to Italy without a mound of fresh fettuccine. Guess what? The Italians make great gluten-free pasta, since many of their citizens have celiac sprue. You can buy a package of gluten-free pasta at the farmacia and take it to the best restaurant in town, where they will make the pasta of the day for you. When we first started making pasta, we tried our favorite gluten pasta recipes with gluten-free flours, without much success. It took us about fifteen different recipes and wranglings with flour combinations before we figured out the right ratio of flours to liquids. Now, at least once a week, when we want a quick meal, we pull out flours and make homemade pasta. Adapted from the "Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef" by Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern. Click here to see the Gluten-Free Pasta with Anchovies, Lemons and Olives recipe.
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Gluten-Free Black Pepper Cornbread
Making your own cornbread at home is easy, and substituting cornmeal for the usual all-purpose flour makes this recipe gluten-free, too. For best results, use a cast-iron pan when making this recipe. Enjoy!See all gluten-free recipes.Click here to see A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving.
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Gluten-Free Flax-Cranberry Granola
This granola has the perfect combination of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit, and holds up in any bag for quite some time. It’s a healthy granola recipe that’s semi Paleo-friendly, too. No grains. None whatsoever. You’re probably thinking no grains means no hearty flavor — but think again. It’s chock-full of protein and fiber to keep you satisfied. It looks super cute in your little Ziploc baggie, and can be easily tossed into your bags when you travel and simply when you’re on-the-go for daily meetings and find yourself in need a healthy, homemade snack. Look no further and say sayonara to your 3 p.m. vending machine date. I bring you your new afternoon pick-me-up. This, my friends, is the future of granola.
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Gluten-Free Lasagna
What is more delicious after a long day of work than a slice of piping-hot lasagna with a glass of a full-bodied red wine? Not much. Yet, when I cut out most dairy and gluten out of my diet a couple of months ago, I feared there would be no more room for one of my Italian favorites. Well, no more.One of my favorite ways to serve zucchini is in thick ribbons, maybe made with a mandoline or even a vegetable peeler. Prepared just so, they also make a nutritious, low-calorie, and 100 percent gluten-free alternative to conventional lasagna noodles. I like a little ground meat in my lasagna, but it can also be easily substituted out for a mix of sautéed vegetables. Try this recipe once, then have fun experimenting on your own!
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Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pecan Bread
No need to prance the aisles of the stores looking for what to bring when you can simply just wrap this cute loaf in parchment paper with twine and a cute card. Then you will be able to share the goodness with your family and friends for dessert. See all bread recipes.
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