A new year. We’ve made it through a couple difficult ones, that’s for sure. On the bright side, we made progress in 2021 over 2020. We have every reason to believe that – thanks to science and those that believe in it – we will see more progress again in 2022.
To continue keeping things on the bright side, we are recapping our most popular posts from 2021. We previously featured our most successful gluten-free recipe posts Part 1 and today we are featuring our best gluten-free recipe posts from 2021 Part 2. This is once again a mish-mash of delicious, gluten-free recipes that you are going to love.
For a complete list of all our gluten-free recipes, check out our gluten-free recipe index.
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Being gluten-free doesn’t mean giving up battered or tempura vegetables like these incredible gluten-free battered cauliflower. This light and crispy batter recipe keeps all the crunchy deliciousness but none of the gluten.
Looking for an amazing recipe that works as a side and an appetizer or even a light meal? Check out our best gluten-free stuffed mushroom recipe. It is delicious and cheesy and easy to make too. Just wow.
Having a hot bowl of soup on a cold night can leave you feeling warm, toasty and satisfied. When it’s delicious and full of healthy broccoli like our gluten-free cream of broccoli soup it makes you feel even better.
If you want a simple yet impressive dish that you can use anytime, this recipe for the best gluten-free stuffed boneless skinless chicken thighs is for you. Delicious stuffing in succulent chicken makes any meal special.
There is nothing like a thick Bolognese sauce and this one is a family recipe that rightfully earned it’s name as the best gluten-free Bolognese sauce, ever! You are going to love it. Perfect for pasta, lasagna (see next recipe), and risotto.
Lasagna is a delicious, special meal but gluten-free lasagna gets a bad rap. Today, we change that with our recipe for amazing gluten-free ricotta and meat lasagna that uses my family Bolognese sauce (see above recipe). It takes a few steps but after the first bite, you’ll happily do them again and again.
Rice-based desserts are a wonderful way to make a gluten-free sweet course and our ultimate traditional gluten-free rice pudding recipe is the perfect example. It’s rich and creamy and tastes like you went to a lot of trouble but it’s oh so easy.
Our Gluten-Free Fat Albert Bar recipe is the perfect balance of buttery caramel and nuts, over a crunchy graham cracker base. It’s too delicious for words. Plus, they are super easy to make. If these ingredients appeal to you, you gotta try this one.
Peanut butter and jam is a classic combination that’s definitely kicked up a notch when turned into our gluten-free peanut butter and jam shortbread thumbprint cookie. This perfectly balanced and delicious tasty morsels will be something you make often.
This easy-to-make, gluten-free Hello Dolly dessert bar recipe has a graham cracker base topped with coconut, nuts, chocolate and sweetened condensed milk. This is one of those recipes where you just measure and layer the ingredients (once you get the base done). It’s so easy to make and tastes so good, you’ll be asked to share the recipe.
We hope you enjoyed looking back on our best gluten-free recipes from 2021 once again. Our “best of” posts include (click/tap link to read previously published “best of” blog posts below):
- December 27th – Best Gluten-Free Recipe Posts for 2021 Part 1
- December 30th – Best Gluten-Free Lifestyle Posts for 2021
- January 6th – Best Going/Living Gluten-Free Tips Posts for 2021
Have you tried making any of these recipes? Which ones are your favourites? Do you prefer making sweet or savoury recipes? Please let us know in the comments so we know what you prefer for future gluten-free recipe posts.
Stay safe. Get your booster shot. Wear your mask(s). We got this.