Sometimes I feel like I get in a rut with gluten free cooking and get lazy making the same couple of things over and over. And let’s face it- that’s boring. And not good for you.
So I made this list to inspire myself and other like minded gluten free eaters that you can mix it up and still make fast and easy meals. That are mostly healthy. There’s a couple of paleo recipes, a few vegetarian, and they’re all gluten free. Something for everyone.
These are my favorite gluten free chicken tenders, that are also paleo. Give me coconut and curry any day! The coconut is perfectly toasted and crunchy and tastes like breading. And they are ridiculously easy.
These pork chops by Of Goats and Greens were easily the best pork chops I’ve ever made. The apples were my favorite part. They were definitely easy and quick. They are also paleo-friendly. You can’t go wrong!
I love anything with three ingredients, and this pesto chicken by Barefoot Hippie Girl is no exception. And I love anything with pesto. This is a great dinner to whip up quickly. Try it with some goat cheese!
Chicken Curry in a Hurry has such a ring to it, right? Well Simply Recipes says you can make this delicious dish in only 30 minutes. Give me some curry any day. Oh, and you only need one pan for this recipe. Easy clean up!
These awesome turkey burgers by Gluten Free on a Shoestring whip up in only 30 minutes. Serve it with some avocado, and I’m happy. You can’t go wrong with a good turkey burger.
House of Rose Blog’s recipe has you making gluten free pizza (crust and all) from scratch in only 35 minutes. So easy and delicious. Who doesn’t love pizza? Honestly, you just need a good pizza once in a while, even if you don’t eat gluten.
These easy enchilada’s from Virtually Homemade are another 3 ingredient winner. If you count the avocado for eating, I guess that’s 4. But still, these will only take 35 minutes to make. 3 ingredients, mexican, and fast? Yes please!
My favorite salad ever had to make the list. It is super easy to make and makes a great fast meal. If you love goat cheese and summer salads, you have to make this one.
I go crazy for spinach artichoke dip. If you multitask, you can make this amazing dish from Add a Pinch in only 35 minutes. Spinach artichoke dip wrapped up into a meal. And this is definitely a healthier version than what you can get in restaurants.
If you’re in the mood for pasta, just whip up some gluten free turkey meatballs from Real Easy Meals. They go well with brown rice noodles, which are my favorite. Or, just eat them without the pasta. Why not? Delish.