Top 12 gluten-free recipes for 2019
Sometimes, when I can’t quite catch up to the New Year, I decide to “start” my own New Year on my birthday. Today is that day! I basically use this time to complete tasks I meant to do at the start of the year. Case in point: in January, I had every intention of giving you a list of the top 12 gluten-free recipes for 2019 but I didn’t get around to it. So, I present that list to you now!
These recipes are ones that I’ve either recently made fresh for the blog or ones that I’ve recently been cooking. Plus, I’ve included a few classics that are some of my most-visited recipes on the site: Fast Pho, Chicken & Dumplings, and French Bread.
This one makes the list because it’s an excellent go-to for a quick and easy gluten-free dinner or lunch. It’s a healthy recipe that can be prepped ahead and can be adapted to use chicken, tofu, or another protein in place of the shrimp.
This one will almost always make any of my “top recipe” lists. It’s a fan favorite and a family favorite (seriously, my adult son has called me and asked me to make this and bring it to him when he’s been sick!). The mushroom, bacon, green onion mixture for the topping is a must!
This is a fan favorite! It’s one of the most popular gluten-free recipes of all time on my site, so of course it needed to make this list. It’s easy and it’s a fun way to have people over for dinner, too!
I originally made these for Valentine’s Day a few years ago, but they have since become a go-to when I’m craving chocolate candy but want to stick to a healthier diet, as these are low in sugar. These are adaptable based on your own personal tastes and they make nice gifts, too!
I’m a little obsessed with the colors of this recipe, but also the flavor is incredible and it’s simple and versatile to boot! It hits all the marks of being high in protein and veggies while being easy enough to whip up on a busy weeknight.
This recipe recently made a comeback in my life! I originally published this in the very early years of my blog, but then I started making it for my New Year’s health reboot goals, so I snapped some new photos and reposted it. This is an excellent way to get a lot of veggies, including those green leafy ones everyone needs, in each bite!
Another one that made a comeback. I made these little quiches on an episode of Daytime TV this year, so I had them on-hand after for quick and easy grab-and-go breakfasts. These are full of flavor and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! See this recipe in action on this cooking demo.
Keto recipes are hot right now, and this personal pizza recipe is Keto-friendly, grain-free, and can be as guilt-free as you want it to be, depending on your topping choices. It’s perfect when you’re craving pizza but are trying to stick to a specific diet.
This cookie is our editor’s favorite. We even made a batch for her birthday last December. They’re a delicious, grain-free gluten-free cookie that is crispy on the outside and chewy in the center – a decadent and almost magical experience! (Be sure you don’t overbake them, or they will not have the ideal texture you want.)
This is a new recipe that I absolutely adore! It tastes like spring in a bowl and is a wonderful gluten-free lunch recipe that is easy enough to make during the week and pretty enough to serve to guests.
If you, like many people I know, are trying to cut back on sugar this year or are on a keto diet, I highly suggest giving this decadent yet sugar-free dessert a try. It’s made with a sugar replacement which is zero calorie, non-glycemic, and one of my new baking staples for 2019.
Perhaps one of my top 5 recipes of all time, no “top recipes” list is complete without a good gluten-free bread recipe. This French bread is one I make time and time again and I’ve given lots of tips and step-by-step photos to help you master this recipe, too!
Hope you enjoy all these recipes this year! Let me know in the comments what you’re planning to make this year, what’s been your favorite recipe(s) so far, and if there are any “best of” lists you’re interested in seeing here on the site.