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17 gluten-free dinners for lazy cooks

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Chow down on these whether you’re coeliac,
wheat-intolerant or just looking to make
a break from the bloat-inducing ingredient

  Comments       Posted on 12 October 2015

These cook-me-quick, eat-me-now recipes are all gluten-free and all taste amazing. Fancy adding a subtle taste sensation? Just switch out the suggested fats and use coconut oil instead. Simple.


Southwestern kale power salad

Going gluten-free doesn’t have to mean scrimping on your carbs. This turbo-charged plate of veggies heroes quinoa, sexy sweet potato and black beans so your tummy stays satisfied until its next feed.

Get the recipe here.

Carrot crust pizza

Who needs stuffed crusts when you can mix some grated cheese and carrots and make a melted, munchable base of your own? Sprinkle on your fave toppings and you’ve got an Italian feast at your fingertips.

Get the recipe here.

Bacon and spinach risotto

Rice is a safe bet for gluten-free guzzlers, and this is a seriously easy one-pot wonder. Boil rice, add stock, fry bacon, stir in spinach, season, done.

Get the recipe here.

Asian noodle stir-fry

There’s nothing easier than a throw-everything-in-the-pan stir-fry. Using black bean noodles (very photo-friendly if you’re an avid snack snapper), it works well with kelp or brown rice noodles, too.

Get the recipe here.

Walnut and rosemary-crusted chicken

Craving a garlicy chicken kiev? Always. Crush up a taste sensation of nuts, herbs, oil and garlic, sprinkle it over your chicken and get ready to forget all about bog-standard gluten-filled breadcrumbs.

Get the recipe here.

Potato lasagne

You might not be able to whip it up in five minutes flat, but if you want a gluten-free dish to win over friends in wheat-eating circles, this is it. Pasta is for wimps.

Get the recipe here.

Flourless peanut butter mug cake

This takes exactly the same time to make as it does to boil a kettle. OK, so a peanut butter cake is no substitute for dinner, but every dinner needs a dessert.

Get the recipe here.

Poached salmon and grains bowl

Gluten-phobic foodies should stock up on precooked sachets of quinoa and red rice. Throw some veg and marinated salmon into the mix and you’ll have this cordon bleu-worthy creation staring back up at you.

Get the recipe here.

Almond quick bread

You don’t have to be a dab hand at baking to produce this soup-dipping essential. Using almond flour instead of the real deal, there’s no kneading needed neither.

Get the recipe here.

Healing miso noodle bowl

Comfort food for the kitchen fearful. Coat some beetroot and courgettes in coconut oil pre-roasting, sizzle garlic and ginger in the good stuff and then add greens, miso and tamari. We bet you won’t stop at one bowl.

Get the recipe here.

Avocado baked eggs

You can’t deny this is a seriously neat way of getting your protein fix. Pimp it up with a portion of sweet potato fries on the side.

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Chicken enchilada casserole

Entertaining en masse? Then meet the Mexican mash-up you actually won’t want to share! A sneaky switch from flour to corn tortillas and you’re good to go.

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Cauliflower rice with tofu scramble

Crumble a block of tofu through your fingers and into a toasty warm pan lined with coconut oil. Toss in some veg and serve with the en vogue veggie dish of the moment – #cauliflowerrice. You are so trending right now.

Get the recipe here.

Coconut curry lentil soup

Proof you can make a soup sans blender, this hearty little dinner is Indian-inspired. If you’re craving a curry on a be-good bender, you can have your spice and eat it.

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Black rice salad with mango and peanuts

Ooooohh fruits you sir! A rice salad with a tropical twist, make double so you can indulge in a warm plate of it for dinner, then cold for lunch the next day.

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Easy spinach artichoke quiche cups

A pastry-free quiche is a whole lot simpler than one with a crust. Use a muffin tray for eye-pleasing miniatures that pop out of the tray looking perfect.

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Sweetcorn salad wraps

Did someone say no-cook dinner? For those occasions when you can barely make it from the front door to the fridge you’re so hungry, say hello to these easy eats.

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