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15 Fantastic Gluten-Free Dishes: Apps, Mains, Sides, Desserts

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Once upon a time, gluten-free dishes were hard to find or else poor substitutes for “the real deal.” Those days are long gone, but you might be surprised to learn what can be made gluten-free these days. We rounded up some of our favorite gluten-free recipes for soups, dips, donuts, pizza, pies, tacos, and more.

The dishes below include the following appetizers, side dishes, main courses, and desserts.

MAPLE WALNUT BANANA BREAD by GlutenFree.FollowMe

MAPLE WALNUT BANANA BREAD by GlutenFree.FollowMe

This recipe for creating a Nest Pie is shared by the Pie Queen of Bowling Green, Brie Golliher.

Nest Pie. Photo: Brie Golliher.

From the Quinoa Mac and Cheese cookbook: "Enjoy this savory, Indian-style Mac and Cheese with grass-fed lamb kabobs, cucumbers with yogurt, and deliciously grilled turmeric cauliflower. Namast-asty!"

Indian Mac and Cheese from Vibrantly Delicious.

Gluten-Free Seasoned Popcorn.

Gluten-Free Seasoned Popcorn. Photo: Ashley Pettit.

Patatas Bravas Hash Brown Crust Pizza by Idaho Potato

Patatas Bravas Hash Brown Crust Pizza by Idaho Potato

For this stuffing that’s anything but traditional, chef adds the wholesome flavor of all-natural pork sausage to a base of wild rice. The result is a savory, delicious, unique, gluten-free stuffing or side dish.

Wild Rice and Water Chestnut Stuffing With Sausage. Photo: Jones Dairy Farm.

The average slice of pumpkin pie can weigh in at 350 calories and 13 grams of fat. These Light Pumpkin Pie Squares get their body from lite organic tofu and weigh in at about half the calories with about 3 grams of fat.

Pumpkin pie squares with fresh whipped topping. Photo: The Fit Foodie.

These Pumpkin Spice Donuts are incredibly simple and so delicious, even for those who don't consider themselves the best 'bakers'! These donuts are also a healthier alternative than those made with a standard cake mix. Baking the donuts, instead of frying them, creates less mess. This is especially important if you're cooking up these sweet treats with your kids and family.

Pumpkin Spice Donuts by Roni Proter

This vegan and gluten-free Pecan Roasted Beet Dip with Sage is pureed with sage and pecans for a warm, flavorful side dish. Serve with crackers, toasted bread or vegetables.

Pecan Roasted Beet Dip with Sage by American Pecan Council

These 13 plant-based and vegetarian dishes and appetizers are still packed with all of the big taste necessary to fuel you through supporting your team with no regrets the next morning! So dig in, relax and enjoy.

Green Pea Edamame Hummus via Ritual Wellness curated by Project Juice

Simple Vegan Chickpea Spaghetti//Explore Cuisine

Simple Vegan Chickpea Spaghetti//Explore Cuisine

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