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7 gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free dinners

By Rachel O'Regan |


Jerk Salmon Bowl

We don’t advocate going gluten-free or dairy-free for the sake of it (why quit bread or cheese if you don’t have to?).

But if you’ve been feeling a little average, you might find a small break beneficial, just to see how you feel without them.

On our new I Quit Sugar: 7-Day Reboot, we cut out gluten and minimise dairy to give you a chance to check in with your body. This bite-sized Program is packed with nourishing, easy recipes to help reset your hunger, curb cravings and get you back on the healthy eating path!

Inspired by our fresh new 7-Day Reboot recipes, we’ve rounded up seven GF, DF dinner recipes to try right now – and they’re sugar-free too, of course!

1. Crispy Skin Trout Bento Box.

You wouldn’t guess this cute little bento box has FIVE serves of veggies in it. Paired with crispy trout, soft-boiled eggs and avocado, it’s pretty much the perfect meal.

I Quit Sugar - Crispy Skin Trout Bento Box WP

2. Savoury Spinach Pancakes.

Who says pancakes can’t be healthy? We’ve loaded ours with four cups of spinach! Make sure to use plant milk and coconut oil to make this dairy-free.

I Quit Sugar - Savoury Spinach Pancakes

3. Spring Ramen Bowl.

This refreshing dinner is great for those days when you feel heavy and blah. If you’re vegetarian, use our healthy vegan stock paste to make it a fully greened out meal.

I Quit Sugar: Spring Ramen Bowl

4. Mexican Chicken and Sweet Potato Boats.

This recipe goes down a treat with the family! Stuffed with spiced chicken, they’ll never guess these potatoes pack in four cups of greens!

Sweet Potato Chicken Boats

5. Jerk Salmon Bowl.

With high amounts of omega-3, salmon is one of the healthiest proteins in the world. Spicy jerk seasoning and fresh salsa makes it even healthier!

Jerk Salmon Bowl

6. Simple Pumpkin Salad.

This combo of roast pumpkin, Brussels sprouts, kale, quinoa and pepitas is both nutritious and tasty. You can nix the rice malt syrup from the dressing and add a squeeze of lemon, if you like.

I Quit Sugar: Simple Pumpkin Winter Salad

7. Slow Cooked Italian Beef Brisket.

Dump your beef and veggies in a slow cooker and you’ve got yourself a healthy, hearty dinner the minute you get home from work. You can also add the tender meat to salads, sandwiches and casseroles throughout the week. Winner!

I Quit Sugar - Get ahead Sunday: Our One-Pot Italian Beef Brisket

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