For someone who cannot consume gluten, becoming vegan may seem impossible. Having to eliminate yet another group of foods can be very overwhelming for someone just starting the vegan lifestyle. However, we promise that once you get the hang of it, living a plant-based and gluten-free lifestyle is actually not so tough.
On the plus side is, you’re sure to discover tons of new recipes and foods that you would never have thought of! That’s why we compiled the best gluten-free, vegan cookbooks below!
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Our Top Picks for Vegan Gluten-Free Cookbooks
Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats by Allyson Kramer
You might know Allyson Kramer’s name from VegNews Magazine, The Huffington Post, and Vegetarian Times. She is a food writer and photographer who specializes in vegan and dairy-free foods. She has written and photographed several vegan cookbooks and always posts tons of other content on her website.
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The chocolate swirl avocado gelato is the perfect blend of rich, sweet chocolate with creamy avocado that you never knew you needed. The savory biscuits and gravy, although typically gluten-laden, are mouth-watering and are totally celiac-friendly. And who doesn’t love mashed potatoes? The mashed yukon golds go great as a side with practically any dish.
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- Berry and cherry crisp
- Antioxidant chili
- Black bean salsa
- Stuffed butternut squash
Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking by Dana Shultz
Dana Shultz is a recipe creator and food photographer who has published two cookbooks and co-created the Food Photography School. When I google for recipes, and Minimalist Baker shows up, I instantly know I’m in for a treat. Definitely check out Shultz’ blog for even more tasty recipes.
Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking provides easy-to-make, healthy recipes for when you need to save time. These recipes uncomplicate cooking gluten-free meals. While simple and easy to follow, these recipes remain flavorful and nutritious. These recipes include:
- Blackberry custard pie
- Garlic scalloped potatoes
- Beet and green apple yogurt smoothie
- Peanut butter and jelly ice cream sandwiches
- Cashew soba noodle salad
Instead of sugary cerealslso the cashew soba noodle salad is quick and easy to pack for lunch on a workday.
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Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!
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