Top Rated Gluten Free Recipes

Gluten-Free Apple Crumble
Recipe Courtesy of Neda Varbanova“My boyfriend loves these easy individual apple crisps so much that he sometimes eats them for breakfast too! Loaded with heart healthy fats from the walnuts and high in fiber content, it is the perfect mix of healthy & delicious. This is a great dessert to whip up when your expecting guests, prepare it early in the day, bake it, and heat up just before serving. It tastes delicious on its own or paired with vanilla ice-cream. I like to use Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss.”Neda Varbanova is a certified health coach and recipe creator who believes that healthy eating, fitness and a positive outlook are the key to realizing true health.
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4.5
Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake
This gluten-free version of one of summer's most popular desserts is made incredibly easy and delicious with gluten-free flour and ready-to-go whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Chef Billy Parisi for Reddi-wip.
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4.5
Gluten-Free Wheat Thins
These crispy crackers are a great introduction to gluten-free baking. Every bit as crunchy as the original, they’re perfect when paired with cheese, hummus, or peanut butter.  Click here for more of our best gluten-free recipes. 
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4
This recipe provides a gluten allergy-friendly graham cracker that makes it easy for everyone to enjoy the sticky snack.
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4
Gluten-Free Chicken Piccata
This chicken piccata recipe adds one more protein dish to my family's dinner table. It is deliciously lemony and refreshing, quite tangy with the capers, while the parsley adds a nice subtle flavor to it as well. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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This gluten-free pizza recipe comes from Ruth Gresser of Pizzeria Paradiso in Washington, D.C. Pair your pizza with a roasted tomato sauce and nutty Pecorino Toscano cheese, which highlights the nutty buckwheat flavors of the dough.Click Here to See More Pizza Recipes
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Waffles
From cornbread slathered with jam to peanut butter and jelly, there are few things closer to my heart than the combination of salty and sweet. Personally, I find that a dollop of coconut oil and a sprinkle of salt on each waffle before the agave maple syrup is perfect. Even more perfect? Making this gluten-free breakfast staple chocolate-chipped! Click here to see Baking with Babycakes.
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Gluten-Free Macaroni Salad
As you know, there are a million and one variations of pasta salad on the Internet, but I thought I’d switch this one up a bit with the potato addition. I loved it. And I think you will, too! It’s a great dish to serve at your next grillin’ or chillin’ event — whether it be a barbecue or picnic. I used Vegenaise soy-free mayonnaise for those of you who may be vegan, but you can surely use regular mayonnaise or plain Greek yogurt if you prefer. See all macaroni recipes.
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This recipe for gluten-free pizza crust is the perfect canvas for cooking creativity. Top it with anything you like for a family-friendly dinner that is as fun to make as it is to eat.      Click here to see Land of the Gluten-Free: 10 Iconic American Recipes Without the Wheat
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2
Drizzled in a sweet balsamic dressing, these pizzettas are sure to fill you up and make a perfectly tangy dish for warmer weather. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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1.75
Gluten-Free Baked Oatmeal
This recipe was inspired by my father who eats oatmeal every single morning and never tires of it. Anyway, the ingredients are quite simple. And the secret is in the fresh berries along with a drizzle of honey to top it all off. See all berry recipes. Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=318", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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Sesame Noodles
I find nothing as yawn-inspiring as a food blogger who "yums" at their own creations. I see it on blogs all the time. "'Yum, yum and yum,' and did I say, 'yum?!'" I can hear them now, oohing and ahhing at their own creations. However, I may soon become part of this silly little navel gazing taste-bud gazing club. Tonight I made sesame noodles. That old dish from the Chinese restaurants in New York. I didn't think I'd be eating sesame noodles again, so I was overcome with enthusiasm — yum! Take that as a warning; the recipe might not be as miraculous to your palate as it is to mine.
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