After a hard day at work or school, most of us look forward to a delicious, nutritious dinner. However, many typical dinner foods contain gluten – especially pasta which, for many of us, is a dinnertime staple. Gluten is present in lots of other foods too and can be hard to avoid unless you are happy eating a paleo-type diet consisting of nothing more than meat, nuts and berries!
After a lot of requests from the readers of Days to Fitness, I realised that an ever-growing number of people are sensitive to gluten or gluten intolerant, so I decided to gather together five of the best dinner recipes I could find. I asked my friends for their recommendations and am happy to share them with you. Each one is delicious, easy to make, and naturally low in gluten.
If you suspect that you are gluten intolerant try giving up gluten for a week or two to see how you feel. I’ve got plenty more recipes for you to try – see the main dishes, desserts and recipes for kids sections for more information.
Filling and nutritious, this impressive-looking meal looks like it took ages to make but, in reality, takes less than an hour from start to finish. It’s quickly become one of my dinnertime favorites, and I’m sure it’ll soon be one of yours too.
Most meatloaf variations contain breadcrumbs, and bread contains gluten. This recipe uses gluten-free crackers which makes it taste every bit as good but without that pesky gluten.
I love fish! It’s high in protein and healthy fat, and it’s also really tasty. I also love big, hearty soups and chowders.
A oven quiche packed with vegetables and goat cheese. You will love it.