22+ Gluten Free Recipes

Find 22 of my favorite gluten free recipes below including healthy berry streusel bars, cookies, simple dinner recipes, delicious breakfast ideas, and more.

I have almost 200 in my gluten free section, too!

stack of healthy berry streusel oat bars

While I don’t specialize in gluten free baking or cooking, I have almost 200 naturally gluten free recipes on my website. These are recipes where regular flour simply isn’t required or needed. Today I’m highlighting 22 of my favorites including dinners, desserts, snacks, breakfasts, healthy recipes, and more. 🙂

Which have you tried?


22+ Gluten Free Recipes

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4 gluten free breakfast recipes including breakfast cookies, apple baked oatmeal cups, blueberry muffins, and sausage quiche

Breakfast Cookies

These quick and easy 1 bowl breakfast cookies will become your new favorite healthy breakfast. Customize these to your preferences with my substitution ideas.

Baked Oatmeal Cups

My baked oatmeal cups are just like baked oatmeal in muffin form (use certified GF oats). These oatmeal cups are a little more solid and sturdy than the creamy baked oatmeal, so they’re awesome as a portable breakfast or snack.

Blueberry Almond Power Muffins

Homemade blueberry almond power muffins are a mega flavorful feel-good food. Made with oats (use certified GF oats), greek yogurt, almond butter, honey, blueberries, and not much else. They’re best right out of the fridge with a slather of almond butter on top.

140 Calorie Cheesy Sausage Quiche

Start your day with a generous slice of healthy, protein-packed cheesy sausage quiche. This crustless quiche is healthy, satisfying, and prepared in one pan. (For a vegetarian version, try my crustless veggie quiche.)

4 gluten free dessert recipes including coconut macaroons, berry bars, almond butter cookies, and no bake cookies

Coconut Macaroons

Homemade coconut macaroons (and strawberry coconut macaroons) are sweet, moist, and chewy on the inside with a delightfully crisp exterior. They’re made with simple ingredients and are naturally gluten free cookies.

Berry Streusel Bars

These easy healthy berry streusel bars combine two layers of almond oat streusel and one thick layer of berry filling. By skipping the butter, egg, and other dairy ingredients, these dessert bars are vegan. If using certified gluten free oats, they’re gluten free as well!

Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies

You can use homemade almond butter in these 6 ingredient dark chocolate almond butter cookies. They’re quick, easy, and ultra fudgy– a chocolate lover’s dream. (Confession: these are in my top 5 favorite cookies. No lie– they’re VERY good!)

Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies

Give your oven a break and whip up a batch of these 7 ingredient chocolate peanut butter no bake cookies. This family favorite recipe is super simple. I make these peanut butter chocolate no-bake cookies more than any other cookie recipe on my website! Make sure to use certified GF oats.

4 gluten free dessert recipes including butterscotch pudding, flourless chocolate cake, peanut butter balls, and chocolate tart

Butterscotch Pudding

Talk about indulgence! In this butterscotch pudding recipe, you’re combining the outstanding flavors of caramelized brown sugar and butter with vanilla and a splash of bourbon. It’s luxuriously creamy, velvet-rich, and totally unforgettable with salted caramel and fresh whipped cream on top.

Flourless Chocolate Cake

This dark, rich, and deliciously moist flourless chocolate cake is a 1 bowl cake recipe. No special tools, decorating, or assembly required. It’s chocolate cake MADE EASY!

Peanut Butter Balls

These shockingly easy peanut butter balls require just 5 ingredients in the filling. They’re as soft as chocolate truffles (also gluten free) and as irresistible as peanut butter cups!

Chocolate Coconut Almond Tart

Rich and decadent chocolate coconut almond tart is naturally gluten free and vegan and made with just 7 simple ingredients. If you need a dessert for a special event, this stunning tart always impresses!

4 gluten free dessert recipes including creme brulee, pavlova, fruit tart, and baked pears

Creme Brûlée

Flecked with espresso and flavored with pure vanilla, this is my favorite crème brûlée recipe. You only need 6 ingredients for the smoothest, creamiest dessert ever.

Pavlova

Naturally gluten free pavlova is light and sweet with a unique texture. It’s chewy-crisp on top, soft and marshmallow-y inside, and has crunchy texture around the edges– three different textures in one bite! Top with fresh berries, lemon curd, or whipped cream.

Greek Yogurt Fruit Tart

This beautiful Greek yogurt fruit tart is made with a gluten free two ingredient crust, protein packed Greek yogurt, and plenty of fresh fruit. Serve this healthy wholesome option for breakfast or dessert!

Maple Vanilla Baked Pears

These super simple maple vanilla baked pears are completely infused with maple, cinnamon, and vanilla. Top with crunchy GF granola and a dollop of Greek yogurt. I love serving these as a lighter dessert option in the fall season.

4 gluten free savory recipes including sweet chili chicken, lemon herb salmon, chicken chili, and pizza dip

Sweet Chili Chicken

Flavor flavor flavor. This sweet chili chicken is your answer to a quick weeknight dinner. Makes incredible leftovers and the homemade sweet chili sauce is so versatile!

Baked Lemon Herb Salmon

Baked lemon herb salmon is simple, satisfying, and ready in just 30 minutes. Bake the salmon and veggies together on one pan for easy prep and clean up.

Slow Cooker Chicken Chili

This creamy and mildly spicy slow cooker chicken chili is our family’s staple dinner recipe. It freezes well and leftovers keep for days. There’s no pre-cooking or complicated prep required, so it’s a true “set it and forget it” crockpot meal.

Pepperoni Pizza Dip

Lightened-up pepperoni pizza dip is loaded with your favorite toppings and comes together in minutes. It’s everything we love about traditional pizza– minus the crust!

You’ll love my crab dip, too. (Also gluten free!)

Stack of easy lace cookies with Nutella filling

Lace Cookies

These easy lace cookies taste like sweet brown butter and caramel. Ready in 30 minutes, they’re a wonderful no chill cookie recipe!


More Gluten Free Recipes:

And there are dozens more in my Gluten Free section.

And Even More:

Most of my Sally’s Candy Addiction cookbook recipes are gluten free– you don’t need flour to cook candy recipes! Most of my candy recipes section is gluten free as well.

20 Comments

  1. Wendy Brown Reilly says:

    Thank you for your gluten free recipes! It is so important that these are available for those in need. Always looking to make those people feel like they can eat normally!

  2. Thank you for these recipes. I did end up making your Chocolate Zucchini cake (not GF) with Krusteaz GF flour and it turned out great.

  3. maria caballero olins says:

    Hola Sally. Que sorpresa me gusta tus espectaculares recetas mi esposo es celiaco y la verdad te agradezco tu dedicación y tu esmero por llegar a cada uno de nosotros. En tu receta anterior habia una de pan casero y no me salio bien con harina sin gluten nose que falló espero tu respuesta
    Mary

    1. Stephanie @ Sally's Baking Addiction says:

      Hi Maria, For a bread recipe it is difficult to substitute gluten free flour without making any other changes to the recipe. Gluten free flour does not have the same properties as bread flour.

    2. Hola, Maria. Aquí hay un enlace a la página de panes sin gluten del rey Arthur Flour. Con suerte, habrá algo allí que usted puede trabajar con! https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes/bread?recipe_index%5BhierarchicalMenu%5D%5Bcategory_lvl0%5D%5B0%5D=Bread&recipe_index%5BrefinementList%5D%5Bdiet_nutrition%5D%5B0%5D=Gluten-free

  4. I have been gluten free (celiac disease) for 30 years. Every recipe of your site that I have made substituting a gf flour blend with xanthan gum, turns out perfect.

    1. I’m glad to hear you’ve had success making some of my recipes gluten-free…thanks for reporting back!

  5. Patricia Carol Warner says:

    Hi Sally – love all of your recipies. Sort of an off-topic question but do you have a recommendation for a double wall oven that is good for baking. Am remodeling my kitchen and want to ensure the wall oven I get is good for baking.

    1. Stephanie @ Sally's Baking Addiction says:

      Hi Patricia, Sally prefers electric ovens for baking and she really loves her Thermador ovens. You can see more of her kitchen on this Kitchen Remodel post.

  6. I’ve made the butterscotch pudding, pavlova, and slow-cooker chicken chili. All amazing recipes, the pavlova especially (I’ve made it three or four times now for guests, and everyone has raved about it)! I don’t normally eat gluten-free, but when we have a guest who’s gluten intolerant, it’s great to have a few recipes on hand that they can enjoy too. So this list is the perfect resource! Thanks, Sally and team! 🙂

    1. Hi Erin! So happy to hear that you’ve enjoyed some of my gluten-free recipes already. Would love to hear if you give any others a try!

  7. Thank you for the gluten free recipes Sally. I’m an avid baker who recently found out I can’t have gluten. This helps soften the blow. Wishing you all the best!

    1. Hope you find some recipes in this list that you love, Kristy!

  8. Are these gluten free recipes in your cookbook?

    1. Hi Leah! No, they aren’t– my cookbook recipes are exclusive to my books. But most of the recipes in Sally’s Candy Addiction are naturally gluten free.

  9. Thanks for your quick response concerning gluten free recipes.. I made a fresh peach lattice pie this wkend for a birthday party. It wasn’t as perfect and beautiful as yours but wasn’t bad either. I plan to practice more. I am a great grandmother and still learning. Thank you so much!!!

  10. Sally, thank you so much for the gluten free recipes. I’m very sorry about Jude! Can’t wait to see the new baby!

    1. Hi Lynda,

      Thank you so much for the kind note. I truly appreciate it! You can meet the newest addition to our family in my Sweetest Baby Sister blog post.

      Hope you enjoy these gluten free recipes!

  11. I have made some of your recipes using gluten free all purpose flour mix-it usually has the Xantheum gum and other thickners pre-added. I have noticed that on some of the recipes the gluten free flour is dryer in general-especially on some of the cookie recipes I have made. Usually I have to add more milk or some other form of liquid and it almost comes out right. Although, the texture isn’t quite on point.

  12. I just made the greek yogurt fruit tart and was blown away by how good the crust is! Your recipes never disappoint, thanks for sharing this list!

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