Gluten-Free

Crispy Smashed Dill PotatoesThe perfect side dish that's so simple to make, yet produces such mouth-watering flavor. Roasted potatoes, caramelized onions, and aromatic dill come together to create a dish that's loaded with fiber, B-vitamins, iron, and potassium.
Vegan Rainbow RollsVegan rainbow rolls are a great way to pack a bunch of veggies into one meal. They're paired with aromatic herbs, protein rich chickpeas, and a creamy sweet peanut butter dipping sauce. This recipe is great for meal prepping because all the chopping of veggies + fruit can be done beforehand!
Summer Bean + Corn Pasta SaladAs a vegetarian mama, beans are my go-to for a rich protein source. I find that they pair well with corn and come together for a full meal when combined into a pasta salad. This summer dish works well as a main meal or side and can be meal prepped by cooking the pasta beforehand, in addition to chopping your veggies and roasting the corn.
Citrus Herb Quinoa SaladQuinoa is one of our favorite grains to meal prep because it's a great source of plant protein, is gluten free, high in fiber, and contains loads of vitamins. It's also super easy to meal prep + freeze! This meal combines healthy fats from creamy avocado, the aromatic fresh flavors of dill, salty feta, cool + crisp cucumbers, and sweet tomatoes in this wow-factor salad.
Watermelon Salad with FetaThe bold flavors of sweet watermelon, refreshing mint, and tangy lime pair so well together for a light summery meal. Easy to meal prep, all it takes is some washing and cutting of fruits, spinach, and cheese to prepare this fun main or side dish. It's one of our favorite picnic meals!
PB&J MuffinsPeanut Butter and Jelly Muffins 🥜. Fun fact: although my kids are obsessed with peanut butter, they HATE jelly. A great mom hack to get around that is to mash up raspberries in its place, and the combo is just as delicious! These muffins can be made with or without egg to accommodate our vegan friends (the middle may sink a bit but still as delicious!), and are dairy free + gluten free as well. To our friends with nut allergies, sunflower seed butter can also be used (just be aware that when sunflower seed butter is baked, it may turn green when it reacts with the baking soda!)
Dinosaur Candy Explosion CakeMade with organic frosting that's sweetened by coconut sugar, this birthday cake can be made 2 ways: either from scratch with oat flour and naturally sweetened with pure maple syrup, or if you're short on time, it can come together from a boxed almond flour mix that's grain-free, plant-based, and SO INCREDIBLY YUMMY. We then filled it with dye-free natural chocolate gems, used plant-based dye-dree superfood powders to naturally color our frosting, and dug in!!
Cheddar Broccoli Quinoa MuffinsThese kid-friendly vegetarian quinoa bites can be made three ways: baking in a muffin tin, frying into patties, or using an ebelskiver pan to make round balls (view all options in the photo gallery at the bottom of the recipe page). Either way, the end result is a delicious, protein-, veggie-, and calcium-packed meal that will have the kids coming back for more!
Peanut Butter Acai PopsiclesThis popsicle is the perfect refreshing summertime treat or even a make-ahead breakfast idea! Acai is rich in antioxidants, deliver healthy fats and fiber, and is low in sugar. These popsicles are creamy and rich from the acai/peanut butter mix, filled with nutritious banana, blueberry, and strawberry pieces, and dipped in sweet granola surrounded by chia and flaxseed.
Chickpea Tikka MasalaThis slow cooker Indian creamy cauliflower rice and chickpea stew is great for families who are feeding vegetarian/vegans and meat eaters at the same meal. We usually cook the stew first (either in the crockpot or on the stove) and grill chicken in a separate pan, which can then be incorporated into the stew for those who prefer the meat addition.
Carrot Cake Breakfast CookiesThese naturally sweetened gluten-free cookies are perfect for sneaking veggies in without even tasting it! With warm spices, high protein quinoa flour, creamy almond butter, and an entire cup of carrots, these cookies are great for breakfast or any time of day!
Veggie Quinoa BowlsThese Buddha bowls are perfect for families who need separate vegetarian & meat options in the same meal. For this bowl, we just add grilled chicken on top to satisfy the meat-eaters of the family.