Post updated June 25, 2018
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The prospect of being a gluten-free vegan can be intimidating, but here’s a guide to help make eating a gluten-free vegan diet easier and much tastier. Whether you suffer from Celiac’s, generally feel best when avoiding gluten or are looking for some low carb swaps for your plant-based diet, we’re here to help. Fresh fruits and vegetables should be the cornerstone of any vegan diet. And with a few easy swaps we can make (almost) all your favorite vegan recipes gluten-free.
Vegan Gluten-free Breakfast Recipes
Aside from oats, there are a lot of creative ways you can transform your favorite breakfasts into gluten-free delights. If you’re looking for a quick, high-protein start to the day, opt for the Scrambled Tofu.
Vegan Gluten-free Lunch Recipes
For a gluten-free vegan lunch, try some of these hearty, fresh salads and wraps. At Well Vegan, we’re big fans of meal prep. Just a few minutes of chopping vegetables and mixing up salad dressings on Sunday afternoon will ensure you have healthy options throughout the week.
Vegan Gluten-free Snack Recipes
Like any good snack recipe, these gluten-free snack recipes are easy to pull together. If you have kids to feed, try the No-Bake Peanut Butter Brownie Bites. They’re sure to be a hit! Feeding a crowd? Try the 6-Layer Vegan Mediterranean Dip with fresh veggies or the Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries.
Vegan Gluten-free Dinner Recipes
Bowls and soups are some of our favorite gluten-free dinner choices. But don’t count out pasta just yet. We have a few alternatives we know you’re going to love. First up, the spiralizer.
You can buy the pre-spiralized veggies from the expensive grocery store, but for the price of just a few of those indulgences you can have your very own spiralizer. They’re inexpensive and easy to use with a variety of shapes and gadgets the opportunities are endless.
There are a lot of gluten-free pasta options on the market. From chickpeas to veggies, we love that so many of these options are also high in plant protein — we’re looking at you Banza! Try a few a find one that has a taste and texture you love.
Here’s a link to all of the gluten-free recipes available on the site:
What a beautiful roundup! I love how simple, yet fancy, these dishes are. Also, due to my medical condition (celiac disease), I always favour preferring such healthy recipes over junk. Thanks for sharing.