Cook a Gluten-Free Easter

APPETIZERS / SIDE DISHES

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For a vegetable side dish, try these heart-healthy, gluten-free recipes Fresh Grilled Vegetables or Heirloom Tomato Salad. Both are an excellent source of nutrients and gluten-free!

MAIN COURSES

Ham or turkey can still be the pièce de résistance on the Easter buffet. But if you plan to stuff that turkey, you must be careful as to what ingredients to use: make sure to purchase gluten-free bread or go with a wild rice stuffing. Or try something unique this year for the main dish and go for the Pork Tenderloin with Cranberry & Cherry Sauce. Meats are allowed on a gluten-free diet, but how you prepare them matters—certain seasonings and other ingredients are NOT gluten-free, so it is crucial to know which ones are or aren't. Make sure you read those labels, and get familiar with what is safe to eat. A great resource to start with is the Celiac Disease Foundation.

DESSERTS

The best part of the meal should not be discarded just because you are trying to cook a gluten-free dinner! Try this recipe for a Walnut Cake or for a lighter touch, try this colorful Melon Salad.

Enjoy your gluten-free Easter this year!

 
 
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