This refreshing dish is perfect in the summer as the mint and the cucumber provide a nice, cooling quality, especially after it has been chilled in the refrigerator. This recipe is easy to make and it can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week in an airtight container. It’s perfect for a picnic, a potluck, as a side dish or for a quick, light lunch. Quinoa is a wonderful, healthy gluten-free grain that is incredibly versatile.Read More >
While the Gluten Intolerance School isn't a recipe site, I can't help but share some of my favorites. I try to mix up my recipes, from creative dishes to practical, affordable dishes, from health-minded healing foods to sumptuous desserts meant to soothe your soul. I hope you find something you enjoy!
This easy vegetarian recipe for split pea soup is low in fat, but high in protein, fiber and other nutrients. Thanks to the protein and fiber content this soup is pretty satisfying, so it really fills you up and sticks with you. This hearty split pea soup hits the spot on a cold winter’s night and it works well leftover too.Read More >
I really appreciate a smokey flavor in certain dishes and sometimes that includes a hearty salad. Luckily there are a few different ways to achieve this flavor. In this recipe liquid smoke helps to create a smokey flavor in the tempeh and this smokey flavor pairs well with the fresh, juicy sweetness of the pear in this salad. This salad can be enjoyed as an accent to a meal or as a light meal.Read More >
This egg and dairy free recipe for whole grain buckwheat gluten-free pancakes is both tasty and healthy so you don’t have to feel guilty about eating them for breakfast. These pancakes are slightly moist and sweet, thanks to the banana in the recipe; you may even find you don’t need as much syrup on them. They also freeze well so you can enjoy them later.Read More >
Anyone suffering from gluten intolerance symptoms should get familiar with a few basic gluten free pantry essentials, including gluten free flours. Finding a good gluten free flour blend will help improve your results. Because there isn’t one single gluten free flour that can used in place of flours containing gluten, it’s important to blend flours to create a gluten free flour mix that will work as a replacement for traditional flours.Read More >
By learning how to use gluten-free flours and finding a few good gluten-free bread recipes people suffering from celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity can safely enjoy bread again. Finding a few good recipes for gluten free bread is worth its weight in gold for anyone with gluten intolerance who loves bread. Here is a small list of gluten free bread recipes that I hope you’ll enjoy enough to share with friends or take to a family gathering.Read More >
On this page I’ve collected some of the more versatile and consistently good gluten free bread machine recipes. I have tried these recipes and both my loved ones and I have enjoyed them. I hope you enjoy these gluten free bread machine recipes and I hope they help you enjoy some of those foods you thought you would miss when you gave up gluten. You can still enjoy baked goods and bread as long as they are gluten-free.Read More >