Category Archives: gluten free recipes

This category contains gluten free recipes that are refined sugar free and call for nutrient dense ingredients to support your clean eating goals. These recipes avoid the use of overly processed foods, opting for simple, nutritious, and wholesome ingredients with a focus on vegan, paleo, and dairy free recipes that also happen to be gluten free and refined sugar free.

In this category you’ll find plenty of muffins, cakes, and breads such as this paleo sweet potato bread which is perfect as a snack, dessert, or for breakfast. One of the most popular posts in this category is this vegan gluten free chocolate cake which is made with oat flour, date paste, and flax eggs. It tastes as rich and decadent as any sugary bakery style cake I’ve ever tasted, yet it’s sweetened only with dates and doesn’t call for any white sugar at all.

In addition to plenty of sweet recipes, you’ll find lots of savory gluten free recipes for dinner, lunch, breakfast, and snack time in this category such as this recipe for vegan butternut squash risotto. You’ll also find plenty of festive comfort food dishes that work well for holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas like this delicious vegan sweet potato casserole. Both the butternut squash risotto and the sweet potato casserole are savory dinner or lunch options made that are made entirely from plant based ingredients, so they’re ideal if you, your family, or your guests follow a vegan, vegetarian or dairy free diet.

In this category you’ll also find plenty of recipes for sauces, jams, and refined sugar free sweeteners such as this date paste recipe which can be used to sweeten baked goods and other treats without the use of white sugar. So peruse the category and be sure to subscribe to receive recipe updates delivered via email!

Berry Crisp

Berry crisp on a plate with vanilla ice cream melting on top next to a fork.

This berry crisp recipe is made without oats, which technically makes it a berry crumble. A quick google search has taught me that crisps generally contain oats while crumbles usually don’t. But despite the fact that this berry crisp doesn’t contain any oats, it will still be referred to as a crisp in this blog post because that sounds nicer, fresher, and more hopeful. Do not ask me what a cobbler is.

Vegan Green Goddess Dressing

A jar of green goddess dressing on a white counter.

This vegan green goddess dressing really is aptly named (it’s very green and tastes like food of the gods).  It’s deliciously herbaceous from the fresh basil, tarragon, parsley and chives. It’s rich and creamy from the avocado, and it’s refreshingly zingy from the fresh lemon juice. And I love that it can be used interchangeably as a dressing, dip or sauce.