Switching to a gluten free diet has been shown to have a myriad of health benefits, particularly for people with a gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Too much gluten in your diet can result in symptoms like fatigue, migraines, stomach issues, and vitamin deficiencies. These can be big problems if you’re a student trying to study and keep up with your seminars and lectures etc. If you’re experiencing these things it could be worth making one change and switch to a gluten free diet. This can seem like a challenge at first as lots of the tastiest foods contain gluten, especially if you’re a student and you don’t have much time on your hands, but it’s easier than you might think. It’s even easier if you’re armed with these delicious gluten free recipes.
Basil and Avocado Gluten Free Pasta
This Gluten Free Avocado and Basil Pasta dish is not only tasty but very healthy too. Avocado is full of unsaturated fat−that’s the good kind−and basil contains a variety of different vitamins. Putting these ingredients with GF pasta makes for a dish that is not only fit for a gluten free diet but is also healthy and filling. The recipe is also quick and flexible as it can be made in just 15 minutes and eaten for lunch or dinner, whatever suits you best.
Looking for something juicy and tender? These pork chops seasoned with rosemary and garlic are the perfect choice. It can be hard not to over cook pork chops as they dry out so quickly, but this recipe gives you all the tips you need to avoid serving up an overcooked, flavourless piece of rubber. They’re a delicious meal for anyone whether they’re on a gluten free diet or not and it takes just 40 minutes to prepare and cook.
If meat isn’t your style check out this cosy vegan chili instead. Not only is it suitable for vegans but it’s gluten free too! Because you don’t have to worry about preparing and cooking meat, all you have to do is put all your ingredients in a pot and let it do it’s thing. Plus, this recipe can be made in a slow cooker or on the stove, whichever works for you. For a slow cooker you want to set it to cook for 3-6 hours and if you use a stove you can have it ready in as little as 20 minutes or an hour to really bring out the flavour.
Gluten Free KFC
Were you a sucker for KFC before you switched to a gluten free diet? Well, don’t suffer in silence and take matters into your own hands with this DIY gluten free KFC chicken recipe. It uses a blend of 11 different herbs and spices to replicate that signature KFC flavour. While this recipe is easy to execute, allow plenty of time to make it as the chicken needs to marinate for at least 4 hours before you can carry out the rest of the recipe. The results are definitely worth the wait!
You only need 3 ingredients−that’s right, 3−to make this mouth-watering gluten free chocolate mousse. All you need is dark chocolate, marshmallows, and cream. It’s super easy to prepare, the hard part will be managing to contain yourself while you wait for it to set!
And there you have it, now you’re equipped with five super easy recipes suitable for a gluten free diet. Hopefully, you’ll have one less thing to worry about and can dedicate more time to your studies and getting the results you want.