Vegetarians have a large range of gluten free options available to them as the large number of recipes show including omelettes, stir fries and casseroles.
My motto – “when the universe gives you lemons, make this lemon blender pie”! This pie, on the other hand, was absolutely to die for and ridiculously easy. You blend, pour and bake. It is crust-less, fuss-less, and no less than spectacular! It is so quick, easy, and delectable, that you will be keeping this recipe on hand for last minute emergency trough requirements again and again. I modified this recipe from one of my mum’s old favourites.
Recipe by: theblendergirl
Tomatoes, red onion and cucumbers are dressed with olive oil and finished with crumbled feta cheese and black olives. It's essential to serve this with good crusty bread or barbecued lamb skewers.
Recipe by: Jen
Leeks give this soup a delicious fresh flavour and also add fibre.
Recipe by: Elaine Russell
Vibrant orange and velvety smooth, this intensely flavoured soup is an absolute treat. The sharp flavour of the blue cheese sets off the sweet taste of the soup perfectly.
Recipe by: Zoë Harpham
I learnt how to make this no-rice fried rice when I discovered I had to be careful with carbs. My grandma died of Diabetic related diseases, so I wanted to make sure I didn't go the same way. This recipe is Diabetic safe and great for vegans, children and celiacs. The picture I have for this recipe is my first attempt which had a scrambled egg and peas in it. It was just as good, but I found that I don't do too well with egg, so I now eat this recipe instead. Both taste great though.
Recipe by: regisfilia