Scrumptious Gluten-Free Sautéed Mushrooms are incredibly versatile that they can be used to top a burger or steak, as a side dish, in omelets, or in sauces. This recipe is very simple and flavorful. When I make it, I like to keep the leftovers for future use in other recipes. The sautéed mushrooms can be kept for about a week in the refrigerator or they can easily be frozen. Any way you choose to use them, they will elevate your meal.
Low in sugar and high in antioxidants, this Asian Style Cole Slaw recipe tastes amazing! It pairs well with almost any protein and is a snap to prepare. You can make it ahead of time and let it sit in the fridge until needed. It also makes a great party dish for barbecue season and beyond.
Gluten-Free creamed spinach is one of my favorite side dishes. Because it is so rich and creamy your kids won’t even mind the spinach; mine have grown to love it! You can use fresh spinach in this recipe, but I find the frozen to be a little quicker and easier to work with when creaming. If you have leftovers try adding some to an omelet for an extra special treat.
This Gluten-Free No Sugar Added Crab-Stuffed Squash recipe is an adaption of a classic recipe from the 1960s-just healthier. This flavorful combination of zucchini or squash, crabmeat, cream cheese, and veggies goes very well as a different way to present squash at fall or winter holiday dinners.
Stuffed Celery Sticks With Apples & Walnuts is a very versatile Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added dish. You can serve it as an appetizer, a side dish, or even a snack. They are quick and easy to make and a big crowd pleaser. Any way you serve them up, they are a delicious!
What is Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce? This gluten-free version is delicious! The walnuts add texture and crunch. This Sweet and Tangy Cranberry Sauce will have your guests begging for the recipe!
I love a recipe that can be served as either side dish or as a Gluten-Free pasta. This Gluten-Free Buttery Spaghetti Squash is a delicious addition to your table. If you are unfamiliar with spaghetti squash, go to the produce section of your grocery and look for large yellow footballs.
This Creamy Cauliflower Casserole begs for a place at your holiday table. It’s creamy, rich, delicious, and gluten-free. The best part, a little goes a long way. It doesn’t freeze well, so if you have leftovers, pack it up and send it home with your guests. They’ll love you for it! I like to keep a bit of the leftovers for myself because it tastes great for breakfast the next morning with a hot cup of coffee. It’s rather indulgent!
Gluten-Free Bean Medley With Red Peppers is a welcome addition to any meal. You can even get the kids involved by having them trim and halve the beans. Green beans and wax beans can be found year round in your local grocery so it makes choosing a veggie side dish a snap (pun intended). As an added bonus, you almost never have to argue with kids to eat their beans!
However you choose to spice them, these beans add great texture to the meal. One of my favorite things about this Gluten-Free Stir Fried Green Beans recipe is the ability to adapt the spices to the meal I am serving. For instance, some meals call for a little spice so I add red pepper flakes. Other times, maybe some lemon pepper or ginger. I like to serve stir-fried beans with Boneless Pork Roast With Sauerkraut because the pork and sauerkraut are sort of soft, and these beans add a nice crunchy texture to the meal. I always keep frozen, organic green beans in the freezer just in case I don’t have time to run to the store. You can use either fresh or frozen in the recipe without sacrificing taste.