Gluten-free recipes to suit every mood

By Ashley Cameron |

I Quit Sugar - Slow-Cooked Korean Pulled Pork

If you’ve followed us for a while, you may have noticed that (wherever possible) we try to provide gluten-free (and dairy-free) options for all our recipes.

Going gluten-free may be a conscious choice for some, but for the 1 in 70 Australians who suffer from Coeliac Disease, steering clear of gluten is essential.

And while awareness of food allergies and intolerances has definitely improved over the last 10 years, store-bought gluten-free products are often sugar-laden and leave a lot to be desired. To help inspire you to get cooking, here are some of our fave gluten-free recipes…

Banana Bread Breakfast Muggin.

Don’t miss out on your cafe fave, with this super speedy (gluten-free) alternative.

I Quit Sugar - Banana Bread Breakfast Muggin

Not So Nicoise Cauliflower Pizza.

Who doesn’t love pizza? Instead of opting for those dry, processed gluten-free bases however, try making your own with our simple recipe.

I Quit Sugar - Not So Nicoise Cauliflower Pizza

Cardamom and Sea Salt Ganache Tart.

This mouth-watering tart is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth!

I Quit Sugar: Cardamom + Sea Salt Tart

Leftover Veggie Bread.

Ditch those crumbly GF breads and use up your leftover veg in this nutrient-dense loaf instead. Serve with a smear of butter for a tasty treat!

Slow-Cooked Korean Pulled Pork.

Perfectly pulled pork that’s gluten-free? Yes, please…

I Quit Sugar - Slow-Cooked Korean Pulled Pork

Turmeric Latte Brownies + White Chocolate Drizzle.

These beauties are not only GF, but packed with anti-inflammatory turmeric for an extra kick.

I Quit Sugar - Turmeric Latte Brownie + White Chocolate Drizzle

Jerk Salmon Bowl.

For a dinner that packs a flavour punch, try our Jerk Salmon Bowl. Yum!

Jerk Salmon Bowl

On our 7-Day Reboot, all the meals are gluten-free so you’ll be back to feeling your best in a flash.

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