A Week's Worth of Gluten-Free Dinners Kids Will Actually Eat
It’s tough enough to cook dinner for your S.O. who hates mayo and your daughter who refuses to touch anything that resembles broccoli. Throw a gluten allergy into the mix and all bets are off. Take a deep breath and read on for seven non-polarizing recipes guaranteed to become instant hits.
Sweet and Spicy Chicken Fingers
Coated in almond flour, these morsels taste like they shouldn’t be healthy (but they so are).
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Peppers
Bell pepper boats brimming with turkey and smothered in melted Colby jack cheese…is your mouth watering yet?
Zoodles with Avocado Sauce
The fastest way to get the kiddos to eat a heaping plate of veggies.
Eggplant Crust Pizza
A pizza you can feel great about wolfing down.
Autumn Vegetable Paella
Having friends over? This crowd-pleaser—basically just rice, squash and cauliflower—serves ten people.
Vegan Zucchini “Meatballs”
Twenty-five minutes and you’re done. Serve over your favorite gluten-free pasta.