This Paleo, gluten-free chili recipe uses sweet potatoes instead of beans, adding a wonderful texture and sweetness to balance the whole dish.
This lightened-up lasagna will leave you satisfied without feeling stuffed. Feel good about serving this delicious gluten-free meal to your loved ones.
Wholesome quinoa serves as the base for this diverse bowl of broccoli florets, white beans and creamy tofu. Pesto ties all the components together, while a secret ingredient—tamari—adds an irresistible, salty, slightly funky kick to the mild tofu.
On a blustery, snowy night, curl up with a bowl of creamy goat cheese polenta. Protein-packed lentils and plenty of lacinato kale keep the dish from being too indulgent.
Spice up your weeknight routine with a stir fry that features a crispy base layer of veggie-packed rice topped with a fried egg. When you break the egg in the rice bowl, the runny yolk serves as a creamy sauce for the finished dish.
Serve this delectable gluten-free shredded pork with a side of cornbread and veggies or use it to make tacos, nachos or sandwiches.
This chili is a new take on an old favorite. Made with garbanzo and black beans, it delivers stick-to-your-ribs satisfaction without any meat or dairy.
This perfectly cooked, juicy beef tenderloin, surrounded by the most delicious pepper and rosemary crust, is a showstopper. Your guests will be talking about this dish all through the holidays.
Layla Kamlani, daughter of King Soba Noodle Culture founder Kim Kamlani, created this delicious ramen recipe that is sure to…
Hosting a meal for a big group? You want to serve memorable dishes that no one notices are gluten free. These enchiladas work as either lunch or dinner.