Looking for delicious gluten and dairy free recipes to enjoy? Well you’ll find plenty of ideas below in this yummy recipe round up. All my recipe are intentionally gluten free (as I am a coeliac) but plenty of my recipes are also naturally dairy free.
Trust me, life is sooooo much easier if you can find one meal to cook for everyone, rather than having to make separate dishes. All the recipes in this round can be enjoyed by everyone, whether you are gluten and dairy free or not!
Scroll down to discover some new favourite breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes.
Super healthy and a great way to use up leftover roast chicken, this noodle soup is the perfect pick-me-up on a cold day.
Follow my easy pulled pork recipe for a very versatile meat that can be enjoyed in tacos, bread rolls, pasta, on rice bowls or as a standalone dish with potatoes and salad. It’s also freezer-friendly and a brilliant one to make it you are on a budget.
This silky smooth soup only uses TWO ingredients and is naturally dairy free if you skip the swirl of cream on the top (which is mainly decorative tbh!).
These gluten free cajun prawn tacos with healthy rainbow slaw and pineapple avocado salsa are a fantastic midweek option. Packed with flavour they were a bit hit in my house.
Forgot piles of washing up with this tasty one pot dinner. Chicken thighs nestle in a bed of rice, with tomatoes, olives and herbs giving the dish a wonderful Mediterranean flavour.
Chorizo and fish are such a great pairing and no more so than in this yummy one pan meal. Potatoes, peppers and peas complete the round up.
Mega healthy and packed with good vitamins, the red lentils in this soup making it creamy even without the dairy.
This is probably my favourite jacket potato topping, but it’s also brilliant with rice and smashed avocado. This speedy chorizo stew only takes 30 minutes to make and can be whipped up using trusty storecupboard ingredients.
Who doesn’t love a plate of golden chips! It turns out that homemade oven chips and very easy to make and they taste soooooooo good.
Sometimes we have this as a main, sometimes as a side dish. It makes a great base for the M&S Tempura Chicken fillets with a drizzle of sweet chilli sauce on top mmmmm.
Transform some humble chickpeas into homemade falafel and then stuff them into some gluten free pittas with salad and tahini drizzle!
My gluten free pizza recipe happens to be dairy free too (just use df cheese when adding your toppings). Once you’ve tried this recipe you will never be able to go back to shop bought!
A succulent chicken breast with a sticky honey gluten free soy glaze, which goes perfectly with rice and rainbow slaw.
Homemade granola has been a bit of a game changer for me, as I’ve discovered both how easy it is and how much tastier breakfast can be! I use pecans, cashews and apricots in this granola, but you can easily tailor the nuts and fruit to suit your personal preferences.
A fantastic way to cook fish, without the unpleasant smells you get from frying fillet. This oven baked cod is topped with a delicious Mediterranean vegetable and olive medley.
One pots are a fantastic dinner option, as you have very little washing up to do afterwards! They are also a fab way of maximising the flavour in a dish. This fish one pot is sure to be a new family favourite.
Spicy Indonesian fried rice, packed with vegetables and topped with a fried egg. If you like sriracha then this recipe is for you!
A Western version of the classic Thai dish, made using more accessible storecupboard ingredients yet with all the delicious flavour of the original.
Another brilliant homemade granola, this time featuring peanut butter and salted tahini (and with optional df chocolate chips).
My go to dinner when I want a delicious bowlful in a hurry. These noodles take 15 minutes, start to finish, and are dressed with a mouthwatering peanut butter sauce.
Wonderfully healthy yet filling, this rainbow rice bowl feature tamari stir fried kale and a maple lemon dressing.
Your new Sunday roast favourite, this ham is ridiculously easy to make and tastes amazing. The leftovers can be use in all sorts of dishes too.
The most popular recipe on my blog, my readers come back to this sushi bowl recipe time and time again. Sticky teriyaki salmon pieces, ripe avocado and edamame beans on a bed of seasoned rice.
I hope you’ve found something to tickle your tastebuds! Please bookmark this page for next time you are feeling hungry :).
p.s. Looking for gluten and dairy free baking recipes? Try Gluten Free Alice, who has lots of wonderful gf df bakes on her website.