It's hard to believe something this good is gluten free, but it is. What I love about this dish also is that you can add or leave out ingredients to suit your taste. If you don't eat meat, you can use a substitute or if you're trying to cut back on red meat, you can use ground turkey or chicken. This recipe comes from Can't Stay Out of the Kitchen, and if you love Tex Mex, there are some additional similar recipes at the bottom of the page.
I couldn't pick just one recipe to feature for the cookies. And neither should you! Choose from M&M cookies, Blueberry cookies, peanut butter chocolate chip no-bakes . . . but, heck, why choose at all? Make all of the recipes and find your favorite!
Pasta is one of those things you don't eat a lot of when you go gluten free. But these days there are so many gluten free options for lasagna noodles that you don't have to do without. You can also leave the meat out of this or use a substitute to make it vegetarian. Lasagna does take some time to put together, but the end result is always worth it.
As I mentioned on another page, I love the whole "bowl" concept that seems to be hot right now. You can call them Buddha bowls or Power Bowls or whatever you like. This particular bowl from Food Faith Fitness has under 500 calories and I love the addition of plantains, which gives it a really nice flavor. One thing that makes meal prep way easier for me when something calls for cauliflower rice is to just buy it pre-riced. These days, most grocery stores will have it in the frozen food section and it cuts out what would be an otherwise tedious step. Just be sure that cauliflower is the only ingredient.
This recipe promises to be as good as the ones they serve at Red Lobster. I can't even count the number of times someone has told me they love the biscuits there. This is another recipe from Gluten Free on a Shoestring, and I especially love her idea for using them for buns for sliders too, to really give your burger a kick!
This is a great recipe for kids and adults alike, and I have made it in different variations. I'm normally a big fan of Lara bars because of their limited ingredients and portability, but these bites (which can also be easily made into bars) are a great option if you want to make your own. I usually have the stuff to make them around my house because I often buy bananas for something or other, and if they start to get too ripe I throw them in the freezer to use later. Also, if you need gluten free, you can get your oats in the gluten free section of your store so you'll be sure they were processed in a way that assures no cross-contamination.