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10 of Our Top Gluten-Free Plant-Based Recipes From April 2021


Sometimes being plant-based and gluten-free can be a struggle. So, here are ten recipes that are both gluten-free and plant-based from April! They taste as great as they look.

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1. Millionaire Shortbreads

Source: Millionaire Shortbreads

These vegan Millionaire Shortbreads by Natasa Christofidou were actually really simple to make and each layer only consists of a few ingredients, which makes it easy to shop for and to follow!

2. Vegan Quiche Lorraine

Vegan Quiche Lorraine

Source: Vegan Quiche Lorraine

Vegan Quiche Lorraine by Lena Novak is made of Flavorful Tofu Filling, Tempeh Bacon Bits Layer, topped with Cauliflower& Drizzled with a Zesty Cashew Cream. It is soft and creamy with a crunchy gluten-free crust that will melt in your mouth.

3. Choco-Banana Bonanza Bread

CHOCO-BANANA BONANZA BREAD

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This moist and delicious Choco-Banana Bonanza Bread by Katia Martin is wonderful to make on the weekend!

4. Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas

Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas

Source: Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas

Maggie Wescott‘s Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas are vegan, gluten-free, and make a delightful dinner option. Packed full of flavorful spices, an easy homemade enchilada sauce, and roasted sweet potatoes, these enchiladas will quickly become a dinnertime favorite.

5. Brookies

Brookies

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The only thing better than a brownie is a brownie PLUS a cookie! These healthy Brookies by Katherine Vaught are easy to make using your blender!

6. Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl

Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl

Source: Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl

This tasty Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl by Rachel Mansfield will give you the fuel you need to make it through your day. It has brown rice, chickpeas, and tempeh to give you lasting energy throughout the day, cucumbers for crunch, and wakame for a burst of unique flavor that you can get only from sea veggies. Power bowls make great meals because it’s so easy to get variety — if you’re not a fan of rice, you can easily swap it out for a different grain. You can prep these bowls the night before and then bring them along as lunch for work or school.

7. Vegan Snickers

Vegan Snickers

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Making these Vegan Snickers by Angie Li are not only easy, but it’s also a fun thing to do with your kids or family. Next time, instead of buying your kids a snicker bar, why not make some vegan snickers with them?

8. Mango Lime Cabbage Tacos

Raw tacos with a mango lime sauce

Source: Mango Lime Cabbage Tacos

These Mango Lime Cabbage Tacos by Nikki and Zuzana are a fresh, no-cook, nutrient-dense version of veggie tacos with mango lime sauce. You’ll love the way the refreshing filling combines with the creamy sauce to create delicious flavors and a satisfying meal!

9. Carrot Cake Oat Bars

Carrot Cake Oat Bars

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These Carrot Cake Oat Bars by Vicky Coates require only 10 ingredients to make, most of which you’ll probably have in your cupboard already. It’s super simple with only one bowl needed

10. Lasagna

Lasagna

Source: Lasagna

A creamy and comforting vegan gluten-free Lasagna by Robin Browne that was made for the stove top.

Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home!

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health, and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer and has many side effects.

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