Here is my no fuss gluten-free vegan chocolate cake recipe. There are no weird baking ingredients or special mixtures of five different gluten-free flours. I baked this using generic gluten-free flour from the supermarket. I’ve listed all my gluten free baking tips down below the recipe.
Looking for more gluten-free recipes? This vegan and gluten-free chocolate truffle cake features Medjool dates, raw cacao, pecans, and cashews. It has no cholesterol, is very filling, and will keep you coming back for more.
This gluten-free caramelized banana oatmeal will help you get you up on the right side of the bed. It’s melt-in-your-mouth delicious, super sweet, and can be made in under 30 minutes (or 20 if you push it). It’s made with rolled oats, plant-based milk, banana, maple syrup, vanilla, and cinnamon. You could also top it with an extra dash of cinnamon, crushed walnuts, pecans, or nut butter. The sky’s the limit.
Moving away from sweet treats, this gluten-free vegan tabbouleh is made with cauliflower couscous. The fresh dish can be bulked up with cooked whole lentils, flageolet beans, or chickpeas for an added protein, calcium, and iron kick.
If you’re a lover of Italian flavors, this yam gnocchi with basil pesto is free from gluten and animal products but definitely not free of taste. It’s served with balsamic mushrooms, which offer sweetness to “delicately” balance out the savory pesto, creating a “beautifully rounded” flavor, according to the recipe creator.
For a recipe that’s a little more meaty, go for this chewy vegan jerky cook-up. The gluten-free Hawaiian-style jerky is made with Butlers Soy Curls. If you desire, you can skip the marinade step and go for any sauce you like, including BBQ, soyaki, or sweet chili.
Get creative in the kitchen with these Spicy Gluten-Free Vegan Cheese and Chipotle Potato Flautas – a perfect weeknight family dinner. Mash Russet potatoes with a Mexican food-inspired spice mix (think chili powder, paprika, and smoky cumin). Go hard on the egg-free Chipotle Veganaise, dairy-free sour cream, and guacamole. Now stop drooling and get cooking.
This recipe was republished with permission from Sara Kidd.