Always great for breakfast, this crunchy, toasty, naturally sweet granola also makes a healthful snack.
Tasters claim this is the best zucchini dish ever. The secret is sautéing the zucchini before assembling the dish, which evaporates the liquid and heightens the flavor.
There’s no need to order takeout. Just whip up this easy recipe for baked gluten-free mozzarella sticks the next time a craving strikes.
The fun flavor profile of these skewers will make any bone-chilling winter evening seem like summer paradise. Serve with the Coconut Bean Mash and quick Tzatziki dipping sauce.
If you love the combination of mustard and bacon, this festive quinoa dish is for you!
Move over chicken wings: This is finger food at its best! Just pick the shrimp up by the tails.
This snack can be ready in a snap and is packed with plant-based protein and gluten-free whole grains to keep your children focused on their homework.
It’s easy to make your own stuffed grape leaves. This recipe sticks to a straightforward combination of onion, rice, raisins, coriander and nutmeg.
Hummus recipes appeared as early as the 13th century. The basic recipe is always the same, but cooks in different regions of the world add their own unique twist. My version is a bit lighter but gets full flavor from the paprika and roasted red pepper.
Vegetables are a mainstay of a naturally gluten-free diet, and this recipe also meets the needs of those who have additional dietary restrictions. You’ll love these Zucchini Pancakes with Cilantro-Yogurt Sauce, which are also corn, nut and soy free.