Gluten-free recipes are designed for all the people who avoid gluten for any reason. Whether your motivation may be to follow a gluten-free diet, we have prepared a variety of products and recipes that allow you to prepare delicious breakfasts, snacks, main courses, and desserts.

To avoid gluten in recipes, you can replace the traditional wheat flour with nut flours (such as almond, walnut, hazelnut, or coconut flour). Similarly, you can reach for rice, banana, buckwheat, flaxseed, tapioca, or oat flours, which are also quite popular. These varieties differ in both taste and nutritional values, allowing you to create a variety of tempting desserts such as no-bake strawberry mini cheesecakes, crème brûlée, caramel fudge, or cookie dough balls.

What gluten-free meals to prepare?

To prepare a gluten-free meal, it’s necessary to omit all grains that naturally contain gluten. Ideal sources of carbohydrates include rice, sweet potatoes, potatoes, legumes, legume-based pasta (made from peas or lentils), quinoa, or tapioca. Protein sources can come from eggs, tuna, salmon, chicken breasts, tofu, tempeh, seitan, and other protein-rich foods. Lastly, don’t forget to include a portion of vegetables and fats, which can be naturally found in some types of meat or added in the form of oils, nuts, or nut butters.

If you want to try your hand at preparing a gluten-free main course, you can try the shepherd’s pie, protein pasta with mushroom sauce, or seitan noodles with rice. Soups are also worth trying, such as the chickpea curry soup or creamy lentil soup. There are also plenty of breakfast options to choose from – indulge in gingerbread oat porridge, oat pancakes, or egg muffins.

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