Top Rated Gluten Free Recipes

Gluten-Free Pigs in a Blanket Recipe
"It’s hard not to appreciate the beauty of a simple weenie wrapped in pizza dough. Who can resist? After much, much too much trial and error for such simple fare, I have concluded that wrapping the pigs in triangle-shaped dough is way overrated." — Nicole Hunn of Gluten-free on a Shoestring
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Gluten-free Crusty Bread
Gluten-free bread is the great quest of those who cannot eat the protein. It can be done, but here’s the key: don’t expect gluten-free bread to be the familiar gluten bread. Without gluten, bread is always going to be a bit less pliable, a little drier, and more of an unexpected texture than you wish. But once you get past the stubborn notion that everything should be the way it always was, you can have bread again.There is gluten-free bread that you buy from the refrigerated section of the grocery store, just to make a quick piece of toast. It’s more like a soggy bagel texture, but it does the job fine. And then there’s bread that even someone who can eat gluten can enjoy. That’s this bread.Adapted from the "Gluten-free Girl and the Chef" by Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern. 
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Gluten-Free Almond Brownies Recipe
This recipe, created by healthy eating blogger Tina Haupert of Carrots 'N' Cake, will lighten-up one of your favorite comfort foods.
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Pizzettas are a great way to compromise between a healthy lunch, and a tasty one at that. The nice surprise about this recipe, however, is that the pizzetta has an oregano hummus topped with fresh, seasonal vegetables, which sets it apart from other pizzettas. 
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This vegan and gluten free casserole has all of the naughty taste but is all nice in nature. 
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Gluten-Free Maple Walnut Bread
This dish is so delicious, you’ll never miss the gluten! The warm flavor of cinnamon combines with the richness of maple and the crunch of walnuts for a loaf that is perfect for a hearty breakfast or anytime snack. Everyone is sure to enjoy this recipe, though your gluten-free family members will be extra thankful you thought of them! This recipe comes from Pure Canadian Maple Syrup. Click Here to See More Bread Recipes
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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 Cinnamon-Basil Cornbread
This cornbread is quite delicious and what makes it extra special is the dash of cinnamon and fresh basil; they add a perfectly sweet touch to each bite. My favorite way to serve this recipe is toasted with a drizzle of honey on top.  Or if you're feeling extra special, you can top it with a scoop of almond milk ice cream.
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Gluten-Free Chicken Noodle Soup
I made this soup using some rich, homemade chicken stock, and yes, it all was gluten-free and incredibly easy. Chicken soup definitely soothes the soul. See all soup recipes. Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals. Click here for the 5 Chicken Soups to Fight Off a Cold Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Gluten-Free Vegan Stuffed Potatoes
If you're familiar with Lebanese food (and Middle Eastern cooking in general), you may have noticed it is really big on stuffing things: vegetables, sweet and savory doughs, leaves… You name it, we find a stuffing for it. When we were kids, our dad used to bring fresh tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, and eggplant from the garden. Then our mom would stuff them with a traditional mixture of rice and ground meat and cover it with some sort slightly sweet, sour sauce with lots of lemon juice and pomegranate molasses. The smell of all those ingredients cooking and blending together slowly in the oven was just amazing… As we got older and everyone (except for our dad, of course) pretty much stopped eating meat, she got a little creative and found great vegetarian alternatives for us. Anything from chickpeas to mushrooms and nuts… she even tried using "fake" meat when she would come here to visit (and yes, our dad was absolutely thrilled with it…) Inspired by her creative ideas, we came up with a dish that is not only fun, super tasty, and delicious, but also a bit different.
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Gluten-Free Sweet Balsamic Zucchini Scones
These scones are light and fluffy with a sweet balsamic drizzle. And I simply just can’t get enough. So, I made this fun scone recipe because, as much as I wish it weren’t true, a girl can’t survive off fruity desserts alone. There has to be some sort of balance, you know? Like, for every fruity dish, you have to counteract it with a bite of balsamic and some zucchini. Now, we all know scones are usually full of sugary ingredients, but not in this recipe, because the sweetness from this sweet balsamic vinegar brought out the natural flavor of these incredible homemade scones. Now, if you know me well, you know I surely make everything from scratch. That’s right. No cutting corners over here. That’s why I decided to spend an entire weekend in my tiny Manhattan kitchen recipe testing for the perfect sweet balsamic scone. And boy oh boy did it take all weekend. But it sure was worth it. A lil’ bit of sugar n’ spice and some balsamic vinegar and you’re all set. Well, I’d add in a bit of flour and a few other odds and ends but overall these scones simply wouldn’t be sweet scones without my balsamic vinegar.
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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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