Gluten-Free Recipes To Stop Hunger Pangs 

Gluten free recipes

Who doesn’t likes to be healthy and fit in such a busy life? A more robust and fit body is always sufficiently energetic and active all over the day. We intake nutritional meal to stay disease-free and active. With heavy office workloads, sometimes it becomes difficult for us to take care of our body when we have hunger pangs. When we eat irregularly, our stomach feels emptied and cause eager to desire. So, we look forward to a quick serving meal that can fill our tummy.

You must have had a pizza slice in your lives. Some people digest quickly those “stretchy” quality foods (like bread & pasta) and some experience severe problems after having it. The cause is just due to a natural protein, “Gluten.” Its found in some grains including wheat, barley, rye, and spelt. Gluten generally holds food together and don’t let it break. The dough, made of flour is possible due to gluten only.

Though gluten is mostly associated with wheat, researchers have supported the doubts of some people of it being as a healthful diet. It can cause much more severe symptoms like excruciating cramps, vomiting, migraines, dizziness, even loss of consciousness.

Its wrong commotion among people that a healthy diet doesn’t taste like a diet. But we have included some tasty and crispy food recipes. Whenever you are missing tacos, pasta, and bread, you can have these foodies at home.

Here are some foodies that you can have with a strict no Gluten value.


Murukku is a famous South Indian deep-fried snack, made of rice flour and dal flour. However, some cooking experts prefer ragi flour that is rich in fiber and protein and also gluten-free. Fiber contains much water and helps for better digestion.

Chocolate donuts

So are you craving for chocolate donuts but worrying about your health. Just try the Gluten-free delicious chocolate cake donuts in breakfast will melt in your mouth. It takes only a little time to prepare the chocolate cake with few ingredients. These donut cake bake super quickly. The oat flour is added to make it sweeter and sprinkled with chocolate glaze too. One can have it for breakfast and as well as for dessert.

Cauliflower Bread

Cauliflower bread is a better substitute for flour-based bread containing gluten. One piece of cauliflower bread contains one whole serving of vegetables, so even one slice can increase the nutritional value in your meal. Its dairy-free, gluten-free, flourless, low carbs, and super delicious. You can have the bread as a toast, sandwich bread and in any bread recipe. These bread can be made ahead and stored so that you don’t have to stand in the kitchen to serve them fresh. You have to only warm in the toaster to enjoy its real taste.

Gluten-Free Waffle Mix

If you feel hungry and need some instant food, then these waffle mix is a great recipe. These waffle mixes are made with yogurt and just a small touch of sugar. It’s very soft and fluffy from inside. Once it’s made, you can store for future use. There aren’t too many ingredients in this recipe, but most are dry. You can add wet ingredients later on like vanilla, milk, etc. The square-shaped waffles look amazing and are super delicious on eating. Gluten-free Brownie Cake

These Gluten-free brownie cake are packed with nutritional vitamins and minerals. Coconut oil and high-quality eggs are used in the preparation of the brownie cake. These make a nice, healthy lunch box treat. Its super-rich, chocolaty, creamy and light.

Gluten-free Quinoa and Black Beans Salad

The delicious and nutritious Black bean quinoa salad is just amazing. It is just another way to enjoy quinoa in a vegan, gluten-free way. This was a hit for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike! It is an easy make-ahead meal that you can use for packed lunches or fast meals all week long. The black bean salad includes plant-based natural proteins to boost up your immune to make you healthy.


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