Just because you can't eat gluten doesn't mean that quinoa and brown rice have to be staples at every meal — they can get old, fast. In fact, there are plenty of fantastic options for those who are gluten-sensitive or have Celiac disease, but sometimes it can be exhausting searching the web for delicious new recipes to make. So we decided to do the work for you.
Inspired by recipes from Robert Landolphi's new book, Quick-Fix Gluten Free, we pulled together a variety of dishes that can be made easily during the work week rush, so that you can eat well and enjoy it too.
These heart-healthy burgers are packed full of Omega-3s and can be easily made indoors in a skillet or outdoors on a grill.
A specialty of TDM Editor Allison Beck, this recipe is light and refreshing.
No dipping in panko breadcrumbs for these scallops. Try substituting kale or Swiss chard for the greens used in the recipe.
An easy meal to throw together that's packed with protein and vegetables. Who says eggs are just for breakfast?
Kid-friendly pancakes work for both adults and kids as an easy weekday breakfast.
Healthy and full of nutrients, this dish works as a side, main course, or a snack.
Try using this on crisp greens like romaine and using low-fat versions of the mayonnaise and sour cream to cut back on fat and calories.