You may have a diverse, long list of recipes to choose from when you don't have any dietary restrictions. But some of us need to eat gluten-free meals to stay well. Or some choose to follow a gluten-free lifestyle owing to its numerous health benefits. For the uninitiated, gluten is a protein that occurs naturally in wheat, rye and barley, which means most types of pasta and cereal. That also means, finding a recipe that truly works can be tricky. Well, for starters, it doesn't have to be. What helps here is focussing on all that you can eat, and nourishing your body with wholesome and nutritious ingredients. And to help you kickstart this gluten-free journey, we have compiled a list of our favourite recipes. We have something for literally everyone!
Vegan raspberry cheesecake
This one's our personal favourite! Indulge in this rich and tangy, creamy and gluten-free dessert. Click on the link to learn how to make this oh-so-delicious treat.
This dense, soft, and moist bread is low-carb and hence a healthier alternative to your regular bread. Also, it tastes best with hummus, as well as butter.
Lemon pound cake
Flavoured with lemon zest and glazed with whipped cream, this lemon pound cake is the ultimate dessert for lemon lovers.
Being gluten-free is no excuse for missing out on some classic chocolate cake, right? We've got you covered with our Keto, low-carb chocolate cake with a butter and cream cheese frosting.
Indian-style Keto quiche
Our warm quiche recipe is perfect for a Sunday breakfast. Also, we have given this versatile dish an Indian twist by adding pav bhaji masala to it.
These fluffy, soft pancakes are light and easy on the stomach. Top it off with whipped cream, jelly, maple syrup or some berries for a fun weekend breakfast.
This fun and filling pretzel recipe made with fathead dough is about to become your next favourite snack, we promise.
In our opinion, when it comes to desserts, there is nothing that beats a good tiramisu. And this heavenly gluten-free dessert is oozing with rich cream, ladyfingers, coffee and cocoa. Try it!
This fresh tandoori roti just off the gas is to die for. The texture is slightly softer than usual but the smokiness makes it taste just like the usual. You can make these rotis using coconut flatbread/roti dough too.
Learn how to make waffles from scratch with the help of our recipe. Flavoured with desiccated coconut and coconut milk, this mildly sweet and tropical recipe will surely make you forget about plain or chocolate waffles.
So, which of these lip-smacking gluten-free recipes would you be trying?
Currently studying journalism, Samanaz is a writer and artist at heart. With a keen passion for transforming her thoughts into reality, she is headstrong and loves experimenting at different cafes across the city. When she’s not working, you can either find her working on a painting or binge watching The Office.