Gluten Free Gigi Grain Brain Friendly Recipes

Avocado Deviled Eggs

Gluten Free Gigi Grain Brain Friendly Recipes

Gluten Free Gigi Grain Brain Friendly Recipes are a list of recipes here on the site that you can incorporate into your grain-free eating plan. While there are many additional grain-free recipes here on the site, those listed below fit the Grain Brain Healthy Living Challenge profile.

Look for more recipes to be added weekly!

 

healthy gluten free red pepper hummus

Gluten Free Red Pepper Hummus makes a terrific dip for fresh veggies!

dijon herb dip

Dijon Herb Dip (use in moderation as a topping/dip)

new caprese salad

Dairy-Free Caprese Salad with a Twist is an ideal healthy side dish!

italian marinated salad with homemade italian herb blend

Italian Marinated Salad is terrific on a bed of cooked spaghetti squash or along side roasted chicken!

winter salsa

Winter Salsa (omit orange juice) is a terrific topping for grass-fed meat patties!

How to Prepare and Roast Artichokes

Roasted Artichokes are a delightful side dish or snack!

Kale Chips

Kale Chips with Rosemary Sea Salt give you all the crunch you love without the carbs!

Avocado Deviled Eggs

Avocado Deviled Eggs are a protein-packed treat full of healthy fats, too!

grain-free pumpkin granola

Grain Free Pumpkin Granola can make you forget you’re eating grain-free!

Chick-Nuts

Roasted Chick-Nuts (Roasted Chick Peas; moderation as a snack or garnish)

simple grilled eggplant

Grilled Eggplant is delish along side a juicy piece of roasted chicken or fish!

Roasted Cauliflower Picture

Roasted Cauliflower (or other veggies) takes on a whole new flavor – try this recipe for roasting other veggies, too, like broccoli and cabbage!

Lemony Cabbage Slaw with Avocado

Lemony Cabbage Slaw with Avocado is always a favorite side, and those colors let you know you’re filling up on nutrients to fuel the body and brain!

For more information on the Gluten Free Gigi Grain Brain Healthy Living Challenge, be sure to check out the Challenge Page!

Visit Dr. David Perlmutter’s website for details about why living grain-free can improve brain function and overall health, as well as where to buy his book, Grain Brain. (Please note: I do not receive any funds from the sale or promotion of the book Grain Brain.)

If you’re in need of more on grain-free living and grain-free recipes, check out my eBook, When Gluten-Free is Not Enough: Introduction to a Grain-Free Diet Plus 20 Grain -Free Recipes.

xo,

Gigi ;)

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