Do dinner right by choosing from 19 Gluten Free Vegetarian Dinners. All are made with nutritious, flavorful ingredients and many can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. A gluten free diet has never tasted so good!
Finding meat-free versions of your favorite meals can be a pretty tricky feat, and even more so when gluten restrictions are also added to the mix. Well, the good news is that in this post you’ll find 19 very different meals that check both of those boxes!
Whether you’re a veggie pasta lover, could down a Buddha bowl every day, or like the comfort of soup, there are multiple options for you to choose from. And yes, that includes pizza!
A gluten free diet has never tasted so good!
Just because you avoid gluten doesn't mean you can't enjoy lasagna! This delicious eggplant variation is made using gluten-free ingredients like mushrooms, marinara, spinach and lots (I mean lots) of yummy cheese!
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili
For a filling and satisfying meal that's completely gluten-free, try this delicious chili made from sweet potatoes, beans, and tomatoes. The vegetarian "meat" is made from a walnut, mushroom, and black bean combo. What, what?!
Ratatouille (Tian Provençal)
Feeling a little extra fancy? Then you should make this ratatouille. The presentation is part of the fun! This dish uses thin layers of zucchini, eggplant, and roma tomatoes to serve as a nutrient-packed, gluten-free meal.
Chickpea Tikka Masala
Chickpea tikka masala is one of those meals that's accidentally vegan (and oh so delicious)! Serve it alongside naan, rice, and cilantro for an irresistibly tasty dish. Oh, and one more thing. This recipe also works wonderfully as a meal prep option.
Huevos rancheros is one of those breakfasts that's even more exciting when eaten for dinner. It's an easy, healthy mexican dish made with black beans, Pico de Gallo, avocado, and hot sauce. Oh, and don't forget the cheese!
This 1 pan shakshuka recipe is a traditional North African meal made of onion, tomatoes, bell pepper, eggs, and lots of spices and flavors. It's totally gluten-free and can be bulked up with added veggies like zucchini or eggplant.
Try this traditional Korean dish for a nutritious meal so full of flavor that it'll blow you away. It pairs with gochujang sauce, a delicious final touch made from gochujang flakes, sesame oil, sugar, and more. If you've got 30 minutes to spare, this is the meal for you!
Cauliflower Mac and Cheese
You may have seen my butternut squash mac and cheese, but have you seen my cauliflower mac and cheese? It's amazing how versatile cauliflowers can be! Mix the shredded cauli' with some cheddar and cream cheese, and you won't know the difference between that and "regular" mac!
Sweet Potato Fettuccine in Gorgonzola Sauce
Sweet potato noodles? Say no more. This indulgent, creamy fettuccine is the answer to gluten-free prayers. It's full of flavor and pairs with a gorgonzola and cranberry mix to provide the ultimate fruity noodle dish.
15 Minute Buddha Bowls
Buddha bowls are great because you can pretty much use whatever you have in your kitchen. For this recipe, I throw together some chickpeas, fruit, spinach, and quinoa for a recipe that hits all of the major food groups. These will leave you feeling full for hours!
Thai Vegetarian Coconut Curry
Say goodbye to gluten and hello to flavor with Thai veggie coconut curry. It's a well-rounded meal made of noodles, tofu, carrots, cabbage, and snap peas. The curry sauce is made with coconut milk, shallots, ginger, and more for ultimate flavor!
Get a load of these loaded fries topped with kimchi, cheese, avocado, lime, jalapeños, and more. So much flavor sits on each and every bite! And yes, you can totally eat them as a main course. I know I have!
Vegetable Vietnamese Spring Rolls
Veggie Vietnamese spring rolls are full of refreshing crunch in each and every bite. They're packed with flavor and are made with your favorite vegetables like peppers, carrots, avocado, cucumber, and arugula. They also include mangos! Dip each roll in the almond coconut sauce for even more flavor.
How to Make Cauliflower Pizza Crust (That Won't Fall Apart)
Love pizza but not so much the dough? Try this cauliflower alternative! This cauliflower pizza is deliciously cheesy, sturdy enough to pile toppings sky high, and perfect for low-carb diets too. And don't worry - it won't fall apart!
Coconut Kidney Bean Curry
Want to try your hand at the easiest curry recipe on the face of the planet? Here it is. This coconut kidney bean curry is ready in under 15 minutes and is perfect for weeknights. It's made with crushed tomatoes, coconut milk, beans, cilantro, and lots of spices. And yes, it's gluten-free!
Roasted Veggie Buddha Bowls with Yum Sauce
Take your Buddha bowls up a notch with this roasted veggie version made with colorfully delicious ingredients like sweet potatoes, chickpeas, couscous, kale, and more. Drizzle with a creamy, protein-packed Yum sauce for even more flavor!
Asparagus Noodles with Pesto
Asparagus pasta changes the game. I mean changes! Sliced with a veggie peeler, asparagus is used to create bright green fettuccini-style noodles seasoned with olive oil and pesto. Garnish with pine nuts, sea salt, and black pepper! Low-carb and gluten-free? Yes, please.
Vegan Nachos with BBQ "Pulled Pork" and Queso
You can have your vegetarianism and eat pulled pork nachos too! With oyster mushrooms, magic can truly happen. Pair your BBQ seasoned mushrooms with tomatoes, peppers, and cilantro and throw them atop a plate of crispy tortilla chips for flavor-packed nachos! Complete with cashew queso.
Tofu Stuffed Cucumber Sushi Rolls
This refreshing tofu stuffed cucumber sushi roll is a simple sushi method that involves hollowing out a cucumber, stuffing it with crispy tofu and veggies, and slicing into colorful pieces of vegetarian sushi! Served with almond butter awesome sauce for maximum tastiness.
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