70 Vegan Gluten-Free Recipes

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Navigating the world of gluten-free and vegan eating may appear overwhelming at first glance, but it’s actually much simpler than you’d imagine. To showcase the bounty of delicious options awaiting you, we’ve gathered a selection of our top gluten-free vegan recipes. There is something on this list for everyone!

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My family is completely plant-based, healthy vegan, but we aren’t gluten-free. It just so happens that many of the amazing dishes that we eat are naturally gluten-free, and those are the ones I want to share with you in this post.

Explore our mouthwatering array of gluten-free meatless recipes! From scrumptious breakfasts to delectable desserts and satisfying snacks, we’ve got you covered. Dive into delights like millet flax seed veggie pizza, savory brown rice pasta stir-fries, and indulgent chocolate mousse. Your taste buds will thank you!! Click on each of the photos, recipe titles, or ‘Continue Reading’ buttons to see full recipes with ingredients, measurements, instructions, and a print button.

For a few of these recipes,  you’ll need to make sure to check the labels on the products you use to confirm that they are indeed gluten-free.

Main Dishes & Pasta:

Gluten-Free Main Dishes

Delight in a variety of healthy, delicious vegan gluten-free main entrees that cater to both your taste buds and dietary needs. From hearty lentil and vegetable stews to flavorful quinoa and roasted vegetable bowls, these dishes offer a nutritious and satisfying dining experience. Elevate your meals with wholesome ingredients and bold flavors that will leave you feeling nourished and fulfilled.

Breakfast Options:

Gluten-Free Breakfasts

Start your day right with our selection of healthy, delicious vegan gluten-free breakfast options. From creamy light and fluffy pancakes to hearty tofu scrambles with vegetables, these dishes are packed with nutrients to fuel your morning. Enjoy a satisfying breakfast without compromising on taste or your dietary preferences with these flavorful choices.

Side Dishes & Sauces:

Gluten-Free Sides

Discover a world of flavorful vegan gluten-free side dishes that will elevate any meal. From quinoa salads bursting with fresh veggies to roasted sweet potatoes drizzled with herbs, these sides are both nutritious and satisfying. Whether you're hosting a gathering or simply enjoying a meal at home, these dishes are sure to impress even the most discerning palates.

Desserts, Snacks, and Appetizers:

Gluten-Free Snacks & Desserts

Indulge guilt-free with our tantalizing selection of healthy, delicious vegan gluten-free snacks and desserts. From rich tofu chocolate mousse to simple granola bars, these treats are packed with flavor and nutrients. Satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising on taste or dietary preferences with these delectable options.

What is a gluten-free diet

Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat (wheatberries, durum, emmer, semolina, spelt, farina, farro, graham, KAMUT® khorasan wheat and einkorn), rye, barley and triticale – a cross between wheat and rye. Gluten helps foods maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. Gluten can be found in many types of foods, even ones that would not be expected. Celiac Disease Foundation

Gluten-free tips

In today’s culinary landscape, discovering gluten-free alternatives has become increasingly accessible.

  • Pasta & Bread. Look for pasta and bread crafted from rice, quinoa, beans, and lentil flours, or explore options like amaranth, chickpea, and sorghum flours for added variety.
  • Tortillas. Substitute corn tortillas for flour-based ones.
  • Seasoning. Opt for tamari or liquid aminos as soy sauce replacements to accommodate gluten-free lifestyles seamlessly.
  • Oat flour. Making your own gluten-free oat flour is simple, inexpensive, and great to have on hand for making recipes like the ones on this list. One great thing about making oat flour is that you can prepare as much or as little as needed without having to store extra bags of specialty flour that get used infrequently.

About Terri Edwards

Hi guys! I am the content creator behind EatPlant-Based and a licensed Food for Life instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. I am passionate about sharing healthy recipes and tips to empower others to get healthy.  I’m so glad you’re here! Read More…

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