With gluten intolerance becoming more common, it is important to be cautious of the foods we eat as well as what we cook! Gluten allergies can be moderate in some cases and more severe in others so educating ourselves about gluten intolerance can be beneficial to everyone. In honor of National Celiac Awareness Day, we’d like to share ten delicious gluten free recipes! These are all affordable, easy to make recipes that everyone will love. Being gluten-free should not be seen as a diet or punishment, or even a restriction. Using gluten-free recipes allows foodies worldwide to collaborate and experiment with tons of alternate ingredients like almond flour, coconut milk, and spices. These are just a few of our favorite gluten-free recipes!

 Chili Garlic and Lime Chicken Satay Skewers via Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

chili lime chicken satay skewers

This gluten-free recipe is perfect to serve as a dinner party appetizer or even as a quick weeknight meal. The whole family can enjoy this simple to make dish, serve it with a side or grilled veggies and you have a perfect (allergy friendly) meal.

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake Cupcakes via Gluten-Free Canteen

gluten free carrot cake cupcakes

With all the same great flavor of carrot cake, you won’t even notice the missing gluten in this delicious recipe. This recipe uses a mix of brown rice flour, oat flour, and tapioca flour to create the perfect gluten-free cupcake. The cream cheese frosting is an amazing added bonus, but you might have to double the recipe just to have extra to save for later!

Gluten-Free Mozzarella Sticks via Gluten-Free Recipe Box


Everybody loves mozzarella sticks, and thanks to this gluten-free recipe, now everyone can enjoy them. This recipe uses rice flour in place of bread crumbs and lightly frying the sticks give it the perfectly crunchy texture. Pair this appetizer with some homemade marinara sauce and you will be the most popular chef in your family!

Asian Glazed Salmon via Simply Gluten-Free


Edamame rice serves as a perfect pair to this gluten-free meal your whole family will love. Salmon is full of omega 3s and protein so it’s health food approved! The light glaze in this recipe makes the salmon a little sweet, a little tangy, and a whole lot of delicious.

Oat and Flax Bar via Wholehearted Eats

oat and flax bar

This healthy and gluten-free oat and flax bar recipe is perfectly satisfying as a mid afternoon snack. The recipe uses mostly raw ingredients and natural sweeteners as opposed to refined sugar. We love the sweetness of the shredded coconut mixed with the crunchy pumpkin seeds!

Gluten-Free Graham Crackers via The Worktop

gluten-free graham crackers

These graham crackers, made with buckwheat flour, are gluten-free, vegan, and delicious. They are easy to make and are full of flavor. Try them with peanut butter, dark chocolate, or a simple glass of milk.

Simple Blue Cornmeal Waffles via Minimalist Baker


Waffles never have to be off limits again thanks to this brilliant recipe. Minimalist baker uses blue cornmeal, almond milk, and a gluten-free flour blend to make this recipe gluten free and vegan. Try these waffles with cinnamon and maple sugar and you will be in heaven.

Chocolate Chunk and Pecan Torte via Sugar et al

chocolate chunk and pecan torte

This dessert makes for a perfect gluten-free treat. This recipe is flour-less and uses bittersweet chocolate to create a delicious and satisfying torte. Serve this at your next dinner party or family get together and everyone will devour it.

Lime Mango Popsicles via Baking Chic

lime mango popsicles

These sweet and tangy popsicles are perfect for a summertime snack. They take only a few minutes to make and stay good for months in your freezer. This recipe also uses kale and banana to keep this snack refreshing and nutritious.

Pumpkin Bread via Art of Gluten-Free Baking

pumpkin bread

Just in time for fall, this gluten-free pumpkin bread is the perfect balance of spicy and sweet. There’s nothing better than a warm slice of pumpkin bread on a chilly fall morning.

What’s your favorite gluten-free recipe?

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