Gluten-Free Recipes for Easter Dinner

Creating a gluten-free Easter dinner does not have to be hard or expensive! My advice is to stick to whole ingredients, cook from scratch and create naturally gluten-free dishes that everyone can enjoy. This will not only save you money, but it will result in much more delicious meal. It also means that you don’t have to try to explain any unusual ingredients to relatives who are unfamiliar with gluten-free cooking.

Do you have a favorite family recipe that you would like to alter to make it gluten-free? Here are my tips for adapting recipes to make them gluten-free. I recommend practicing adapting your recipe prior to Easter. That will allow you to experiment and come up with a back up plan if you aren’t pleased with the results.

Gluten-Free Recipes for Easter Dinner

Gluten-Free Easter Dinner Recipes

Gluten-Free Ham Recipes

Gluten-free Potato recipes

Gluten-Free Potato Recipes

Gluten-Free Vegetable Recipes

Gluten-Free Vegetable Recipes

Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes for Easter

Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes for Easter

I have found that most of our extended family and friends enjoy my homemade gluten-free cakes. However, I always serve the cake with ice-cream and have a few ice-cream toppings on hand, so that company can make an ice-cream sundae if they don’t want to eat gluten-free cake.

I usually opt to add an extra side dish rather than serve bread with dinner, but if your Easter dinner will not be complete without bread, you will find a great round up of gluten-free bread recipes at Gluten Free Easily.

What gluten-free recipes will you serve for Easter dinner?



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About Alea Milham

Alea Milham is the owner and editor of Premeditated Leftovers. She shares her tips for saving money and time while reducing waste in her home. Her favorite hobby, gardening, is a frugal source of organic produce for her recipes. She believes it is possible to live fully and eat well while spending less.

Comments

  1. My son is gluten-free. One of the funnier things that’s happened to me is when I decided to adapt a recipe I’d never tried to a gluten-free recipe. Not a good idea. What was supposed to be a side dish literally wound up as a soup.

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