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Whether you’re celiac, gluten-intolerant, or you’re simply looking to reduce your gluten intake, these gluten-free dinners are for you. And even if you’re not any of those things they’re still delicious.
10 Gluten-Free Dinners To Leave You Seriously Satisfied
1) Easy Pesto Pasta With Vegetables
This is my go-to dinner. Grab your favourite gluten-free pasta (I love gnocchi or lentil-based pasta), a jar of pesto, your favourite veggies, and mix them all up for a quick and nutritious dinner. Follow the instructions below:
- Boil water.
- Saute veggies. I personally like a mushroom/kale combo, or broccoli, spinach, and peas.
- Once boiled, add pasta to water.
- Follow the cooking instructions on the pasta package. When it is done, strain your pasta. Be sure to keep a bit of the pasta water (it helps bind the pesto and ingredients together).
- Add your veggies and pesto to the pasta and mix well. If you like, add some nutritional yeast for more cheesiness, and add sunflower seeds for an extra bit of crunch.
- Voila! Easy peasy gluten-free dinner.
Another easy one! And delicious too. It’s loaded with nutrient-rich zucchini and carrots, topped with crunchy almonds and zesty lime, and the creamy savoury almond butter sauce ties it all together. Bonus: it’s one of our meal kits, so we’ve gone and done all the hard work for you.
These stuffed shrooms are easier than you think! They’re not filling enough as a dinner alone though, so you’ll need another somethin’ somethin’. We love adding roast veggies and a side salad. If you add roast veggies, be sure to throw those in the oven first to maximize efficiency.
Rich in coconut milk, chickpeas, and broccoli, this flavourful curry is as easy as it gets. The recipe itself doesn’t call for too many veggies though, so if you want to amp it up a bit, feel free to add other vegetables (like beans, peppers, peas or carrots). Serve with rice.
If you’re looking to impress someone (or several someones) for dinner, here is the dish for you. While quite easy to make, the ingredients make an impact. Choosing exotic mushroom types not only adds a little extra to the flavour but also brings a certain aura of class to the dish (and who doesn’t love feeling classy every once in a while?). Serve with a side salad for extra freshness.
Although BBQ season is not yet upon us, the plus side with these burgs is that they don’t actually require a barbecue – all you need is a pan and some cooking oil. Light, nutrient-dense, and easy to make, these burgers are great for a casual dinner with pals.
Another fancier alternative. If you’re looking to impress, look no further. Serve with a side salad and a bed of wild rice to complete the meal.
For all you vegans out there, this one’s for you. Packed with protein and a creamy peanutty sauce, you don’t miss out on flavour or nutrition here. It’s so good you’ll probably inhale it.
This hearty and warming meal kit is a staff favourite. Typically served with an egg on top, feel free to omit the egg to veganize it. Alternatively, if you’re a meat lover, try adding some roast chicken.
Out of all our meal kits, this is arguably my favourite. The zesty lime crema enhances the flavours of smoky cauliflower and the tangy cabbage. Served with roasted yams for a filling weeknight dinner.
What are some of your favourite gluten-free dinners? Let us know in the comments!