A collection of Healthy Gluten Free Recipes to beat the January slump for the #CookBlogShare Week 3 2022 recipe link-up.
Healthy Gluten Free Recipes and a big welcome to #CookBlogShare 2022
Welcome to the first #CookBlogShare recipe link up of 2022… And with it, a collection of Healthy Gluten Free Recipes. Just to explain to anyone who hasn’t the foggiest what I am talking about… Cook Blog Share is a weekly recipe collection organised with a group of talented bloggers and designed to support each other in our hard work bringing great food to the internet.
This week, I have unexpectedly stepped in to help out in hosting, after ill-health has delayed its 2022 start. It’s the least I can do.
The recipes featured are taken partly from those shared to the last link-up in December (hosted by Sew White), with a handful of additional recipes that we have here at Gluten Free Alchemist. ALL the recipe links shared below are either naturally gluten free, or require a minimal tweak to ensure they are Coeliac (Celiac) safe.
For this first round up of the year, I’ve chosen to pick and share some Healthy Gluten Free Recipes. January always seems to be ‘slump month’. And with the excesses of Christmas weighing literally on the scales, alongside the grumpiness of the dark and cold, we are all in need of food that delivers great energy and nutrition, without a mountain of calories…
14 Healthy Gluten Free Recipes to beat the January slump ↓↓↓
And with that… on to the recipes. A little random perhaps, but all utterly delicious. From Healthy Gluten Free Recipes with Chicken, to a few seasoned with Indian Spice or rooted in the Middle East… And lastly a couple of sides and sweeter treats.
Healthy Gluten Free Recipes with Chicken
Leftover Turkey Salad from Sew White – Although the recipe shared is made with left-over turkey, it’s a straight swap to make with chicken. It’s fresh and super-healthy. And it will make the perfect light on calories, yet still protein-packed sustenance.
Quick Miso Ginger Chicken Broth from The Family Food Kitchen – Super-speedy, warming and deliciously packed full of flavour. With the temperatures feeling decidedly cold over here in the UK, this one definitely comes into the bracket of healthier gluten free recipes to give comfort. And made with Buckwheat noodles, it’s already pretty much gluten free. Just be certain to use gluten free Tamari in place of soy sauce. And to check the miso and stock for any hidden gluten or cross contamination risk.
Chicken and Chorizo Stew with Cannellini Beans from Carrie’s Kitchen – What’s not to love? It’s hearty and warming and packed full of great nutrition. The ideal comfort food that will boost your energy levels while giving you a cuddle at the same time. Serve with standard rice or jacket potato or go really healthy with a delicious side of seasoned Buckwheat. As always, check the chorizo and stock for any hidden gluten-risk.
Healthy Gluten Free Recipes with Indian Spice
Easy Tandoori Salmon (Oven Baked) from Go Healthy Ever After – This totally has my attention. I absolutely adore salmon and with Sheeba’s step by step guide to spicing, you’ll have the most tender, melt-in-the-mouth, oven-baked Tandoori Salmon cooked in just 10 minutes. Perfectly healthy, naturally gluten free and utterly delicious. I NEED this in my life. I also reckon it will pair amazingly with my Soft Gluten Free Roti.
Rich with Iron-packed spinach and sustaining bites of creamy Paneer cheese, my Saag Paneer is way more than a side dish. Eat it as a meal in its own right, with some Indian Flatbreads. Super-healthy, gluten free srumptiousness.
This amazing Red Lentil Dahl continues the curry theme… And is also one of our favourite healthy and nutritious meal recipes at Gluten Free Alchemist. I always make a huge vat of the stuff, because I know everyone loves it and we will happily eat it for several meals.
And lastly in the Indian spiced bracket… My recipe for healthy Vegan Keema Matar is a revelation for veggies. As traditional as it comes, but without the meat.
Healthy Gluten Free Recipes from Middle-Eastern Cuisine
You can’t get much better than a middle-eastern Shakshuka for a nutritious plate of loveliness. Perfectly-spiced, eggs in tomatoes that are as good for you as they are beautiful. Head over to the blog post for the low down on how to make the best Shakshuka in your own kitchen… No flights necessary.
Or how about some Caramelised Onion Hummus…? Rich and yellow with the super-food magic of turmeric and packed with healthy chickpeas. That’s got to give a January boost!
A couple of sides… Healthy Gluten Free Recipes for extras
Brussels Sprout Slaw with Lemon and Mustard Dressing from Tin and Thyme – I can’t resist sprouts either! And while they are still in season, I am doing all I can to get my fill. This recipe for using sprouts in Slaw, sounds not only delicious, but genius too! Full of good stuff and super-simple to make, I’d happily munch my way through a whole bowl for lunch.
If you’ve never tried cooking Buckwheat Groats, then why not give them a go? They are a fabulous, naturally gluten free sub for rice… But way more healthy! My step-by-step guide on how to cook buckwheat to perfection will make sure you get to enjoy them at their best.
Healthy Gluten Free Recipes for something a little sweet
And if you fancy something a little sweet, we have that covered too… My Granola Pots and Shots with Yoghurt and Berries will give you all the sweetness you need without any guilt whatsoever. Light, fruity and delicious, they offer an easy-to-make, healthy treat.
Healthy Energy Balls with Hazelnut and Cacao – With just 5 ingredients, these little mouthfuls are packed with goodness. A perfect recipe for a healthy gluten free, no-bake energy boost at any time of the day.
Still need chocolate and dessert? Make 3 ingredient Chocolate Avocado Mousse. It may be a healthy gluten free recipe… But that doesn’t stop it tasting utterly decadent.
What is #CookBlogShare?
A quick reminder for my blogger friends… #CookBlogShare is our fabulous food blogger community, which invites you to share your amazing recipes and foodie posts, while supporting your creativity. The linky is managed by Sisley from Sew White and Chloe from Feast Glorious Feast. New members are always welcome to join.
#CookBlogShare Week 3 2022 – how it works
Bloggers… Link your posts to #CookBlogShare Week 3 2022 using the linky widget at the bottom of this post. Make sure you read the rules and as always, share some blogger love, visiting as many of the recipes linked as possible… Don’t forget to share your own posts on social media, adding the hashtag #CookBlogShare. And also post them on the Cook Blog Share Facebook Page.
As the host, I will comment at and share as many Week 3 links as possible. They will also be pinned to the #CookBlogShare group board on Pinterest.
Non-bloggers and readers… Head to the bottom of the page and click on any recipe thumbnails that grab your attention. You’ll then be taken to the website where each recipe can be found. As the week goes by, more recipes will be added, so remember to come back and see what’s new. You can also follow the #CookBlogShare hashtags on Twitter and Instagram.
Rules for Bloggers – How to join #CookBlogShare Week 3 2022
- Link up your recipe or foodie posts… Both old and new posts are welcome providing they haven’t been linked to #CookBlogShare before.
- There’s no set theme, but it can help to think about upcoming seasons and holidays.
- To link… click the blue ‘add your link’ button and follow the instructions.
- You can link up to 4 posts.
Required – Add a link from your post back to this post (eg “I have linked this recipe to #CookBlogShare Week 3 2022, run by Sisley and Chloe and hosted by Kate at Gluten Free Alchemist“)
Required – Please share the love… For each recipe you link, choose at least 2 other linked recipes from the linky grid. Head over to the blog post and leave a 5* rating & lovely positive comment. And please pop back here later in the week, to check new posts that have been shared. The more you visit the better.
Required – And comment on at least one of the posts labelled HOST in the linky.
Huge thanks for taking part in #CookBlogShare Week 3 2022… I can’t wait to see what you share.
By joining in #CookBlogShare you are giving the hosts permission to use your pictures in the next roundup and on social media if your recipe is selected as one of their favourites!
#CookBlogShare Week 3 Bonus
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- Share or schedule a share to your Facebook page
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- Hit the heart icon in the bottom left corner if the blogger is using Grow.Me or Slicksteam.
Want to become a #CookBlogShare Guest Host?
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This week’s #CookBlogShare linky Week 3 2022
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Isabella Ava says
I am a big fan of your gluten-free recipes. Tried some of them at my home and my husband loves them a lot though he is not a big loved of gluten-free foods.
Anyways, I have a question. Yesterday I went to a grocery shop near to my house. And noticed a product labeled as Non-Gluten. Is there any difference between non gluten and gluten-free products?
That’s an interesting question Isabella. From a Coeliac perspective, the term ‘gluten free’ is what we are told (by law and as recommended by national Coeliac organisations) is safe to eat. ‘Non-Gluten’ is not a term that is generally used in the UK and I suspect will therefore cause some confusion. But it got me wondering…
So I clicked the website linked to you comment and the answers were there. Apparently : “The “non-gluten” label identifies products with a stricter criteria of 1ppm or less of gluten content, while “gluten-free” products have a standard of only 20ppm or less.”
I hope that helps. Best wishes x
Sisley White - Sew White says
Thank you so much for featuring my wraps! What a great round up of recipes. I have saved them all to try this January.
You’re welcome Sisley. They look delicious as well as healthy xx
Hi, I just discovered you searching for homity pie and saw that yours was gluten free. I am impressed by all the work that you have done. We are new to gluten free.
I currently get a blog post from Sweet Little Bluebird conceptually the same as CookBlogShare but not gluten free and likely not as healthy overall. Would it be possible to sign up to receive these posts automatically? If so, please do that for me or tell me how to do that. Thank you
Thanks for popping by!
Is that the Weekend Potluck link up?
Cook Blog Share isn’t usually a specifically gluten free link-up… but when I host, I only choose recipes to share from the previous week that are gluten free or can be made gluten free.
However, you can easily sign up to the Gluten Free Alchemist weekly newsletter that keeps you up to date with posts if that helps? You can do this either via the Home Page, or by filling in the boxes just below this post (where it says ‘don’t miss a thing’).
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