Pickled Ginger & Cardamom Carrots
Serve with hummus or a creamy herb dip, or grate the carrots and toss into salads
Whether you’re celiac or simply gluten-sensitive, these clean gluten-free recipes will fit into your wheat-free lifestyle. Plus, they are so delicious, you’ll want to add them to your rotation, even if you’re not on a gluten-free diet.
Serve with hummus or a creamy herb dip, or grate the carrots and toss into salads
Hearty grains and colorful nutritious vegetables topped with an egg sunny side up.
Zucchini sliced with a spiral maker creates long ribbons shaped like angel hair pasta - toss these noodles with our herbed no-cook marinara sauce to create a low-carb, wheat- and gluten-free pasta dish.
Looking for an easy grab and go breakfast? These mini frittatas can be made ahead and frozen.
Lentils and quinoa deliciously update this throwback weeknight dinner. We’ve shared our favorite garnishes, but feel free to change them up in favor of any other taco toppings you love.
Jalapeños tend to grow like mad once they get going, so here’s an easy (and delicious!) way to use up those peppers at once.
Gluten-free doesn't equate flavor-free, as this spicy and filling favorite clearly demonstrates.
This Thanksgiving, those going gluten-free need not fear. We’re arming you with decadent, Instagrammable dishes in this celiac-friendly holiday menu.
Save yourself a second trip to the store and double up on these gluten-and-grain-free coconut macaroons that are perfectly freezable.
Blink and you might miss the fact that these three-layer, gluten-free raspberry bars are actually good for you.
Our gluten-free granola with apples and cinnamon is sweetened only with pure maple syrup for a healthier take on the breakfast staple.
No need to opt out of pumpkin season if you’re eating for a healthy gut, this gluten-free pumpkin bread swaps flour with almond butter for a better-for-you treat.
Tahini is the star ingredient of these decadent gluten-free blondies with dark chocolate and sweet cherries.
When you want a crust that's actually crust-y, call polenta.
We pair these skewers with a simple yogurt salad that is common in the Levantine region and is especially cooling on hot summer days.
Shish tawook is one of the most popular skewers at barbecue gatherings in the Levant.
A twist on this traditional Middle Eastern staple combines a vibrant vegetable medley with chickpea flatbread for a satiating salad.
This classic Spanish dish gets a grain-free makeover using cauliflower in place of rice. Bonus: the cauli rice cuts down on cooking time, making this dish an easy weeknight option.
This smoked salmon quiche recipe is fabulous for lunch with a salad. It's also wonderful for an appetizer and even better for brunch.
Like many other high-fat plant-based foods, olives are rich in vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect against free radicals, which can cause cellular damage if left unchecked.
Kofte is the Middle Eastern version of a meatball, and they can be made with lamb, ground beef or even fish. Our version is made with ground lamb or beef and paired with a cool, crispy cucumber and radish salad.
This lemony meal will brighten your vibe, as well as your energy, thanks to the hard-boiled eggs, a great source of protein and B vitamins.
This energy bowl is full of flavor and color. The beef provides iron, which helps transport oxygen through your body, increasing energy, mood and concentration.
This nutritious smoothie tastes like you’re eating a peanut butter cup, but it’s also filled with spinach and beans for added iron, fiber and protein. Those additions may seem odd, but don’t worry, you can’t taste them.
This quick and filling lunch packs an energy trifecta of protein, fiber-containing carbs and healthful fats.
With plenty of fiber to slow down the release of sugar from the dates, these quick-assembly bars provide lasting energy and are a grab-and-go breakfast treat.
Premake the fragrant broth on Sunday to heat and assemble during the week. It’s a restaurant-style meal waiting for you in the fridge.
This curry with chicken, lentils and a variety of warming spices to bring the heat can be made entirely in advance and simply heated up when you’re ready for it.
Make this dough to use for both breakfast and dinner recipes.
You can either make your own or purchase prepackaged spiralized vegetables noodles.
This is the ultimate homemade breakfast to have on standby. You may want to make a double batch of this recipe for snacks too!
This meal-sized salad has plenty of crunchy, salty textures to satisfy, along with perfectly cooked eggs to fill you up.
This vegetable-packed bowl is drizzled with a homemade sauce that uses pantry staples like vinegar, honey and sriracha.
A rich and spicy almond butter sauce drapes over chunks of chicken and veggies in this easy stir-fry.
This tostada is topped with the perfect combination of lime, spicy chiles, and fresh marinated seafood.
The origin stories of this famous soup are as varied as its ingredients, but while many people disagree on its origins, one thing is clear: This smoky, vegetable-packed soup is not to be missed.
In Mexican slang, the word tinga is often translated as “mess” or “disarray” — and what a beautiful mess this chicken filling is indeed!
Made with coconut and almond flours, these grab-and-go pockets filled with eggs, cheese and ham are a surprisingly satisfying breakfast for a low-carb day.
Turmeric-roasted chicken and cauliflower along with crisp lettuce, cucumber and tomato make this a satisfying plate, no bread required.
These savory cabbage pancakes are a twist on the traditional dish from Osaka, Japan. The name okonomiyaki translates to “grilled as you like it,” as there are a number of variations depending on region and preference. The original dish uses wheat flour, but here we use coconut flour and arrowroot instead.
Collard greens and tender sweet peas simmered in a creamy curry marinade provide an antioxidant boost and are the perfect base for omega-3-rich baked salmon.
Salad isn’t just for summer – mixed lettuces help contribute toward your hydration level at any time of year. The flavorful miso dressing contains puréed carrot, a surprise addition for added fiber and antioxidants.
We’ve transformed ranch dressing into a gut-health hero with the help of probiotic-rich kefir. In this recipe, it’s served over crispy roasted chicken with roasted Brussels sprouts, radishes and celery root.
Leeks are a rich source of prebiotics to help feed a healthy microbiome. Here, they are caramelized in a buttery wine sauce and topped with roasted scallops in a smoky garlic seasoning mix. Golden broccolini and tomatoes make it a complete meal. Garnish with lemon wedges, if desired.
Inspired by the traditional Greek soup known as avgolemono, our version of this warming dish uses brown rice rather than the typical orzo. We’ve also added kale for a boost of color and added fiber.
Fish tacos get a hearty makeover with roasted sweet potatoes and a flavorful sauce spiked with cumin.
A creamy yogurt parsley dressing is the start of this easy-to-assemble salad with spinach, fresh apples and toasted walnuts.
Elevate everyday rice and beans with this herby, zesty bowl made with roasted chicken, fresh spinach and juicy tomato, all topped with an indulgent avocado mash.
Cauliflower cheese buns are a delicious substitute for the carb-loaded original. It's a gluten-free, veggie-packed option that pairs well with our beef meatballs.
We lightened up this creamy and delicious Chicken Alfredo with probiotic-rich kefir, which not only offers a tangy richness but has immune-boosting benefits as well.
Nut-crusted halibut and immune-supporting acorn squash make this gluten-free dish both healthy and delicious.
Za'atar is a Middle Eastern spice blend of savory dried herbs like oregano or thyme, and earthy spices like cumin, coriander and sumac. Here, we use it as rub over salmon and roast it for an incredibly flavorful recipe that your family will want to keep on repeat.
Each spring roll is filled with healthy crisp vegetables, fresh shrimp, herbs, and dipped in a spicy apricot sauce.
Orange and carrot lend bright color to this protein-rich smoothie, while hemp seeds provide a boost of healthful omega-3 fats.
Salmon is topped with a crunchy maple-almond crust, making it seriously addictive. It pairs well with sweet and mildly seasoned parsnip wedges.
If you haven’t tried millet yet, we highly recommend this nutty, gluten-free grain as a staple ingredient to have in your pantry. Here, we combine it with kale, navy beans and eggs for a salad with staying power.
Hearty root vegetables stand in for regular spuds in this breakfast hash with kale. Make it fresh in the morning, or make it entirely in advance – just reheat in a skillet and cook the eggs right before serving for a speedy meal.
This velvety soup packs big flavor with pungent rosemary and mellowed roasted garlic. A topper of toasted almonds adds a nice crunch – simply chop up whole almonds, or use slivered almonds if you prefer but reduce the time in the oven so they don’t burn.
Ginger and rosemary are an unlikely but complementary pairing in this sweet orange sauce over chicken and colorful vegetables.
With colorful vegetables, beets, crunchy apples and chicken thighs, this hearty salad makes a satisfying — and filling — main dish.
With chunks of wild salmon and fresh, nutritious kale, these gluten-free curry bowls are on the table in 30 minutes.
Wrapped in buttery lettuce leaves, this sweet and savory chicken is packed with dynamic flavor for an irresistible dinner.
Grilled tacos are one of the easiest and most satisfying meals you can make in just 30 minutes. Try one of our tested-until-perfect recipes or improvise your own.
The picnic must-have.
Learn the factors that play a role in chronic inflammation, the silent condition that may contribute to impaired immune function, weight gain and even heart disease. To help you on your inflammation-free path are these quick and easy recipes that taste great and use nutrient-dense ingredients to bring you closer to optimal health.
The savory meatloaf flavor you loved as a kid made into single servings gives you endless versatility throughout the week.
Vibrant in color and loaded with flavor, this slaw is the perfect side for protein. You can prep it entirely at home and take it on the road – or take it camping, as Melissa Urban suggests in her book. If making it ahead, simply pack the salad, dressing and garnishes separately and toss together right before serving.
Few can resist the call of pumpkin spice! These grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free whoopie pies with their cinnamon-cream centers are a hit with all ages.
Squash stands in for lasagna noodles in this hearty, vegan-friendly dish that makes both ricotta and béchamel out of cauliflower.
To ensure that your herb-infused turkey breast is impossibly moist – but still low in fat – leave the skin on during cooking to seal in the juices and discard prior to eating.
Chicken, veggies, quinoa and a zingy buttermilk dressing are perfectly matched in this meal in a bowl.
Fresh shrimp salad rolls are served with a deliciously sweet and spicy Thai dipping sauce. Each roll is filled with crisp vegetables, shrimp, and herbs. Impress family and friends with this easy dish.
Granola can be costly to buy regularly, but it's easy to make on your own. Try our recipe for this insanely delicious grain-free granola recipe.
California might have you thinking of big waves and fish tacos, but this cuisine is serving up so much more.
Noodles, bread, chips and even cake can be made without the heavy carb load. Dig into these classic comforts made with lower-carb ingredient replacements to help you stick to your weight-loss goals. See before-and-after carb comparisons.
Welcome to keto 2.0 — a new and much-improved version of the low-carb eating plan that ditches red meat and poultry and focuses on nonstarchy vegetables, nuts and seeds. In this plant-forward plan, you can reap all the benefits of a keto diet, such as weight loss, increased energy and brain health support, but in a cleaner, more sustainable way.
Cheddar crisps stand in for tortillas in this lower-carb version of tostadas topped with greens and a zesty, spicy dressing. For even more heat, add sliced jalapeño to garnish the salad.
You’ll love every morsel of this savory bread made with almond and coconut flours. Rolling it in Parmesan and additional za’atar before baking gives it a punch of flavor reminiscent of traditional garlic bread. It’s best served warm, so reheat leftovers in a toaster oven.
When only crunchy-salty snacks will satisfy, these easy Parmesan chips are baked up in no time.