When I started eating gluten free in 2008, there were not many options for gluten free food that were tolerable. Since then, I have discovered many delicious products that accommodate a gluten free diet, and that includes pizza. Admittedly, gluten free pizza is not as fluffy as traditional pizza, but we no longer have to avoid this favorite comfort food and there are infinite options for creating amazing flavors. For the Thai flavors, we start with a tangy peanut butter sauce, top with a sweet pineapple tofu cream, add shredded broccoli, carrots, bean sprouts, roasted garlic and sliced pineapple. Finally, a drizzle of cashew cilantro dressing, and it is on. Thai Pan Pizza, gluten free, vegan, dairy free with no sacrifices. More
I think that the best food can be found inside of a taco. There are so many varieties of tacos, and they can be tossed together quickly with whatever ingredients you have on hand. Since going gluten free, corn tortillas have been essential to my feeling that I can still love food without being deprived. Staying with my main theme of trying to fit as much nutrition into a square inch as possible, I have combined cauliflower, sweet potatoes and brussel sprouts for a delicious and filling taco base. We have spiced it with with garlic, smoked paprika, chipotle and the best fats–avocado and cashews. I had no idea how they were going to turn out, but seriously, these tacos bring the flavor. More….
Summer is coming, and we want something cool and fresh to eat. A quick trip to the Farmer’s Market, and you are all set to whip up these spring rolls in less than 30 minutes. We used red pepper, cucumber, avocado, mango, carrots, green onions and purple cabbage, but these spring rolls are so versatile–whatever fruits and vegetables you have available can be added to change up the flavor. Paired with almond cilantro dipping sauce, this is a perfect summer lunch, dinner or snack. Of course, they are completely gluten free, dairy free and vegan. More…
I am certain that most of us who have to adhere to a gluten free diet, feel a loss from not being able to eat scrumptious, fluffy pancakes. Even if you rarely eat pancakes, there are just some days that are perfect for pancakes and nothing less than cakes dripping in maple syrup will do. I accidentally found this recipe online, and it is perfect for that day that you need pancakes, and only pancakes. In addition to being so simple and quick, these pancakes are completely flourless,and actually offer more nutrition than ordinary pancakes. Even gluten eaters will love them!