My Favorite Gluten Free/ Dairy Free Recipes

New to the gluten free lifestyle? Or maybe you want to refresh your recipe rotation?

Well….

“These are  a few of my favorite things.”

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My top “GF Keepers”:

 

Breakfast, Smoothies, and Juices

Chopped fruit and protein.

Eggies: Defrost some spinach. Add two eggs and beat with salt and pepper, and some turmeric. Scramble or make an omelette with other veggies of choice. Serve on a plate, or on a soft corn taco with Follow Your Heart’s Garden Herb “Cheese”.

My favorite eggs as of late: two eggs with salt and pepper, on some microwaved corn tortillas, with Spicy Ginger Kimchi, sunflower sprouts, and cilantro. Flavorful and fresh!

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Rising Sun Juice– Mmmmm…. ginger…

Applegate’s Chicken and Apple Breakfast Sausage Patty. Love these things!

Simple Strawberry Cream Smoothie

Chocolate Avocado Smoothie– Raw cacao is so high in magnesium! Such a good excuse to eat chocolate, especially for breakfast!

Amy’s Gluten Free Tofu Scramble Breakfast Wrap when you’re on the run.

Baked Strawberry, Banana, & Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Casserole– The kind of recipe that makes you say, “What the *#@!?”

 

 

Lunch

Leek & Potato Soup– We Love this recipe! Sometimes I use fresh sage in lieu of one of the herbs. The potatoes make this so creamy!

A Go-To Chicken and Rice Soup– I swear I made Amy’s recipe at least 20 times!

Roasted Acorn Squash & Sweet Potato Soup– Siggghhh, talk about a perfect autumn soup. This recipe calls for Garam Masala. Be careful of this spice! The one I had (from India) glutened me, so now I make my own blend.

Amy’s Gluten Free Soups- I’ve had a few, and surprisingly the Indian Golden Lentil and the Organic Medium Chili (with some Sriracha) are my favs.

Summer Heirloom Tomato, Avocado & Herb Salad– Christina’s Salad on MindBodyGreen. I’ll often eat chopped cherry tomatoes with avocado, salt, olive oil, lemon juice, with fresh chopped basil. So fresh and yummy!

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Hilary’s World Best Veggie Burger with Follow Your Heart’s Garden Herb “Cheese” on a Gluten Free Bagel. Toast the bagel in the toaster oven, the burger on the stove. Add the cheese for the 2nd half of the burger’s cook-time. Add a splash of water and quickly cover (to melt the cheese), or melt the cheese in the toaster oven once you’re done with the stove. Add fresh basil, or lettuce, and veggies, or pesto. Plain is great in a pinch!

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Gluten Free & Dairy Free Mac & Cheese from glutenaway.

Zucchini Noodles with Pesto, Cherry Tomatoes, and Grated Dairy Free Cheese.

Grilled Cheese with Tomato & Pesto (Using GF & DF ingredients though!)

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Dinner

Impressive Chicken Saltimbocca– This recipe is ridiculous. Sooooo good!

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Spinach and Zucchini Lasagna {Dairy Free, Gluten Free}– An amazing recipe from TotalHealthCounseling.com. This is awesome. Also, I use this “tofu ricotta cheese” recipe for so many other recipes! Put it on some GF pizza with pesto and cherry tomatoes, or make some chips with corn tortillas, coconut oil, and sea salt, and use this “cheese” as a dip. I have some in the fridge right now!

This Rib Recipe from All Recipes with This Rub the Food Network- OMG! SO GOOD! The best ribs I ever had, and I made them! Once it’s done in the oven, add a little BBQ sauce, and broil for about 3 minutes.

Not-So-Slow-Roasted Gluten Free Ginger Soy Wings– I’ve made wings in numerous ways; however, each time I said, “I should have just made them with my Not So Slow Roasted Recipe, d’oh!”

Baked Cod– Fresh when it’s on sale, or frozen from either Wegman’s or Trader Joe’s. Sprinkle some lemon juice, dairy free butter, Old Bay, garlic, a tiny bit of lemon pepper, and maybe some crushed tortilla chips (you can use gf breadcrumbs). Add some fresh grated Follow Your Heart’s Garden Herb “Cheese.” Served with a lemon, and some broccoli and quinoa mix. So good!

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Kale and Potato Gratin from thekitchn- A staple in our house! Use a dairy free cheese. Sometimes I skip the gf breadcrumbs. Great with lots of garlic and fresh herbs!

Chicken Breasts with Leeks and Parmesan Cheese Recipe– You will not believe how AMAZING this dish is! I think Jessica says it perfectly, “This chicken breast recipe is an easy dish to throw together, but it seems more elegant and complicated than it actually is. I love how the sweetness of the leeks complements the chicken, and a handful of parmesan cheese adds a nice richness.” Leek are so sweet! Who knew? Talk about an amazing sauce: I used Follow Your Heart’s Garden Herb “Cheese” to make this dish dairy free.

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Zucchini Fritters from Slim Palate- Have sour cream for those that can do dairy, and melt some dairy free cheese for yourself!

My Daaaaaad’s Fried Zucchini– One of the first recipes I learned!

The Best Turkey Breast either one of us ever had from thekitchn. Add a little Bell’s Seasoning, and you’ll rethink the idea of “simplicity.” I used to make an infused turkey with “secret ingredients” and I thought that was good.

Tofu Stirfry– You want to know how to make tofu in an appetizing way? Here it is. Feel free to use fresh veggies!

Crockpot Root Beer Barbecue Chicken– Snowflake rolls for him, Schar’s gluten free Ciabatta Rolls for her.

Sesame Chicken with Broccoli and Bok Choy Stir-Fry from Chelsea’s Culinary Indulgence- When all else fails, make a stir-fry! Just be sure that all of your Asian ingredients are gluten free!

Handy Gluten Free/Dairy Free Crabcakes– There is a god… a Crab God.

Sriracha Honey Chicken– Mmmm… everything is better with Sriracha. Serve with some fresh sides.

Sesame Red Curry Chicken with Bok Choy and Sweet Coconut Rice from the Food Network.

Curried Sweet Potato Latkes– I could eat a million of these. I fry these guys in coconut oil. Keep the  jar right by your side ready to add more to the pan after each batch.  Great for breakfast leftovers, too!

Garlic Chicken, Zucchini and Corn– Who knew these three things went together so well? Oh, I guess Olena did! This was easy and delicious. The boyfriend wanted it over rice, so that was quite nice. Grab a bag of organic frozen corn the next time you see it!

 

Sides & Condiments

Rebecca’s Dairy Free Easy Pesto from All Recipes- Aww, my little sis got me the heaviest mortal and pestle known to man. Makes some bad ass pesto.

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My Favorite Dairy Free Cheese- Follow Your Heart’s Garden Herb “Cheese”

Maple Butter Carrots from My Cooking Spot. I’m not a big cooked carrots fan, but this recipe made me reconsider these veggies!

Roasted Fingerling Potatoes With Seasoned Salt from Food.com- I get so excited when I see Fingerlings! Make with other roasted veggies, like: carrots, onions, and garlic.

Candied Sweet Potatoes with Pecans and Dates {Paleo & Vegan}– I made this for a Thanksgiving dinner side… and I was asked to bring it for Christmas dinner! Sooooo good! It was great to say “You’re eating paleo!” From PaleoRunningMama.

Loaded Sweet Potato Skins– Who doesn’t like Sweet Potatoes? Who doesn’t like bacon! From Sally’s Baking Addiction.

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites from Maria Mind Body Health.

 

 

Snacks & Desserts

Love me some fresh fruit and veggies to snack on!

Gluten-Free Raspberry Coconut-Almond Bars– OMG! Ridiculously good and impressive! My boyfriend is able to see me as the Goddess that I am… well, only after I make these! Definitely worth buying the couple of flours this recipe calls for. OMG, so good! The Gluten Free Goddess is truly a goddess for bringing these into the world! Made these several times with different flavors.

Easy Avocado Chocolate Truffles– OMG! These truffles from WhatTheFork are so amazing! So rich! I feel so fancy!

The BEST GF Apple Crisp ever from Hey That Tastes Good.

Baked Apples Stuffed with Oatmeal and Brown Sugar– Easy weeknight dessert.

No-Bake Oatmeal Energy Bites from Gimme Some Oven- A tried and true recipe.

No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites (GF, Vegan, Paleo)- A take on my favorite Oatmeal Balls, from leelalicious.

Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss Ice Cream- So stuck on their Ginger Cookie Caramel. Mmm. If I’m in need of a topping, I add some Fluff as my “ghetto/lazy dairy free whipped cream.”

Udi’s Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookie– You know I’m grabbing a box of these whenever they’re on sale.

Gimbal’s Gourmet Jelly Beans– A family secret (cheap-jelly-belly-like-jelly beans). Found in some Walmarts, and are my downfall when I’m trying not to eat sugar!

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Snyder’s Gluten Free Pretzels– Plain in a baggie for on the go, or dipped in peanut butter! Great for Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches: make peanut butter sandwiches with two of them, and then dipped that in melted chocolate sweetened with honey. Place them in the freezer to set, then store them in the fridge.

Cinnamon Coconut Custard Cake– I only made this once, but I remember Loving it! I used chocolate chips that I knew were dairy free.

We have a constant flow of Kettle Brand Potato Chips in our house! Love the Pepperoncini, and the Maple Bacon the most. Be sure to check the labels, as some flavors include milk.


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