Gluten Free Goat's Favorite Octofree Recipes
May 31, 2021
Do you have mouths to feed, but are worried about keeping allergens in check? This lineup of our twelve favorite gluten-free recipes from Octofree will save you from worry and satisfy the stomachs of sensitive eaters and non-intolerant foodies alike! From Slow Cooker Pulled Pork to the Scalloped Potatoes or Potato Leek Soup both free of the top eight allergens, this list has recipes that will keep both carnivores and herbivores cooking!
We're thrilled to bring you this list of gluten-free and allergen-friendly recipes thanks to Liz, a former food editor and everyday home cook who took her more than fifteen years of experience and turned it into Octofree, a food and lifestyle blog bringing you meal ideas free of the top eight allergens. With introductions out of the way, start scrolling your way to your next meal's inspiration!
This completely allergen-free version of a traditional, family-favorite quiche is a labor of love, but a real crowd pleaser. A chickpea batter made with nutritional yeast and rice milk replaces the eggs, and allows fresh spring vegetables and herbs to shine. We recommend this decadent and savory dish to be served any time of the day paired with our gluten-free and vegan Tomato Herb Focaccia.
Crispy, crunchy and fun to eat, these chicken tenders are a breeze to make, and a great substitution for traditional breaded tenders or nuggets. Keep them plain for the kids to gobble up, or add some spice with our Tunisian Baklouti Harissa to turn this into a dish that adults won't want to stop snacking on!
It’s minimal effort comfort food that makes the most of winter citrus. Toss everything in a pasta bowl that goes to the table, and dinner is served! Take it up a notch with some plant-based meatballs to add texture and protein, and keep the time and effort low with the Adda Veggie Herby Roasted Garlic Protein Mix, ready in ten minutes with just water and your choice of fresh veggies!
There’s nothing better than a grilled meal on a hot day. Stock your freezer with a couple of these Herbed Skirt Steaks, and it’s as easy as thawing and cooking them on the grill, alongside some veggies, pineapple, or peaches, then finishing off the plate with our Vegan & Gluten-Free Corn Loaf. With its moist yet crumbly texture, and its sweet yet salty flavor and nutty flavor notes (but no nuts!), this bread will soak up the last delicious bits of your plate as you soak in the sun!
A three-ingredient sauce makes this simple dish flavorful, savory and lightning fast to get to the table. Bonus: Most pantries always contain the main ingredients, so if you have some chicken breasts on hand, you’re good to go. Pair with your favorite veggies, and treat yourself with our Gluten-Free Lemon Poppyseed Loaf for dessert!
Soy, gluten and dairy can sneak their way into rubs and sauces, so pulled pork is usually a no-go for those of us with allergies, but if you throw together your own rub from a few simple spices and purchase a barbecue sauce free of your allergens, pulled pork is yours for the eating! We recommend giving Bachan's Gluten-Free Japanese Barbecue Sauce a try, and serving on our fresh-baked Gluten-Free Corn Biscuit, the perfect compliment to the sweet and spicy flavors.
Every food blog has a version of a honey-sesame slow cooker chicken, and for good reason: It’s quick to whip up and delivers crowd-pleasing flavor. This version uses mustard instead of ketchup and coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. Add some depth to the flavor with our Vegan Bee-Free Honey, made with organic apples.
This peanut butter blossom copycat tastes just as nutty and delicious, subbing sunbutter for peanut butter, and dark chocolate discs for Hershey Kisses. A flax seed egg makes them fluffy, moist and delicious. Enjoy alongside some Rishi Earl Grey Tea or Adda Coffee & Tea's Conversation Blend, if you're a coffee drinker.
This chicken satay uses Sunbutter in place of peanut butter (or, if you have a seed allergy, pumpkin puree also works), for a believable approximation of the original with a creamy, savory, slightly sweet sauce that’s delicious over rice. Keep it plant-based by using Adda Indian Masala Blend Veggie Protein Mix instead of chicken!
Having food allergies and intolerances doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the viral recipes everyone else is trying. For this Three-Cup Chicken, sub coconut aminos for soy sauce for a satisfying meal that’s every bit as good as takeout, then treat yourself to a little something sweet — our Vegan & Gluten-Free Cinnamon Sugar Donuts!
Now those of us with dairy allergies and intolerances can indulge in scalloped potatoes too, with this version that bubbles and browns up just like the original. For the perfect gluten-free flour to add thickness to your sauce, try Josie's Gluten-Free All-Purpose Mix.
The creamiest, most savory and delicious soup, minus butter, heavy cream and all top 8 food allergens. It's comfort in a bowl! Soak up the last of the bowl with our crunchy and light Gluten-Free Baguette.