Gluten-Free

Sesame and Green Onion Bread (gluten-free)
Green onions lend moisture and a delicate onion flavor to this bread, along with high levels of vitamins A and C, making it a spectacularly healthy snack or side for any holiday dinner. More »
Ancient Grain Chocolate Chip Cookies (gluten-free, wheat-free)
Perfect for cookie swaps! Chocolate chip cookies are iconic treats, and this ancient grain interpretation has just the right balance of flavor, texture and sweetness. More »
Salmon Stew with Corn and Quinoa (gluten-free)
This tasty stew is easy to make and, with the addition of licorice-flavored Pernod, has a uniquely sophisticated flavor. Add a simple green salad to expand the range of nutrients and bump up the amount of fiber you consume. More »
Gluten-Free Black Sticky Rice Pudding (vegan)
This is so good you don’t even need the fruit. And, although it’s high in saturated fat, it comes from the coconut milk, which may have healthful benefits. More »
Chewy Oatmeal Coconut Cookies with Cranberries and Pecans (Gluten-Free & Vegetarian)
The luscious cookies are appealingly chewy with just a hint of honey flavor. Once you’ve had one, it’s hard to resist another. Perfect for snacks, traveling, and everything in between! More »
Smoked Salmon and Grits Cakes (gluten-free)
Perfect for entertaining these savory squares are very easy to make and deliciously different. They are great finished with a small dollop of sour cream and a sprinkling of chives, as the recipe calls for. If you’re looking for another flavor sensation, try topping each square with diced roasted... More »
Hot Millet Amaranth Cereal (vegan + gluten-free)
Here’s a great way to start your day and add variety to your diet. Both millet and amaranth are relatively quick and easy to cook — so long as you keep the temperature low, they don’t need to be stirred. Use a sweetener of your choice and add dried fruit and nuts as you please. More »
Old-Fashioned Cornbread (gluten-free)
This traditional holiday favorite is the perfect accompaniment to soups, stews and chilies that have a down-home feel. Use leftovers to make cornbread stuffing or enjoy with a bit of salsa. More »
Zucchini Fritters (gluten-free)
Serve these fritters as part of an antipasti spread at your next bridal shower or wedding buffet. They are great on their own or, if you like to gild the lily, even better with a bowl of tzatziki along-side. More »
Peppery Chicken Quinoa (gluten-free)
Not only is this dish pretty to look at, it’s very easy to make and also healthy. It'll make a fabulous one-dish weeknight meal the whole family will love. More »
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