Gluten Free Recipes (Most Popular)
Easy to make, high fiber, and no grains of any kind. Great for a low-carb diet or just a flax fanatic like myself!Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
My mom was diagnosed with celiac disease about 8 years ago. We have looked everywhere for delicious recipes that substitute other products for gluten. i was fortunate to come upon this wonderful recipe, which uses only 2 unusual ingredients: GF flour and Xanthan Gum. Even though I CAN eat gluten, I still very much enjoy this delicious banana bread. It is best hot from the oven!
It is super moist, bursting with flavor, and you would never know it was GLUTEN FREE :)))
Plus, it is very low in saturated fat and high in polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat. It is fairly low carb for a banana bread and it also has 1 gram of sugar PER slice....and they are generous servings!
DELICIOUS, easy, and now only 214 calories per serving!! This is my modification of a Chicken Tikka Masala recipe on this site. It sounded great, but I wanted to use less oil, didn't want to buy garam masala (when I had the ingredients for it on hand already), added a missing ingredient into the calorie count, and reduced the serving size. Still very yummy!Submitted by YIYEHTOV
My original recipe uses an apple as the base fruit. This one uses a half of a mashed banana! Yum!!Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
This is one of my favorite dishes to make and I have enjoyed making it even healthier by substituting some ingredients for flavor packed healthier ones.Submitted by BLONDEGIRL
Simple and straight forward, this recipe could be made the day ahead of time, the morning of to save the marinade time. I make two pounds at once, marinade over night, and freeze off in portion sizes the next day while i skewer my kabob for dinner. That way, all you have to do is pull it out the night before and skewer it the next day just before grilling or baking.Submitted by MOTIVATION4LEA
This recipe uses mushrooms to replace half of the ground beef in a traditional chili recipe. Using mushrooms lowers the calore/fat content while retaining the meaty texture. Even my 8 year old mushroom hater gobbles it up!
*Cooking time includes a two hour simmer.