An elegant, allergy-friendly feast
Allison Day, RHN
Gluten-free dinner recipes don't have to be bland and boring. We've created this feast for Valentine's Day, but it can be made and served with love any day of the year.
Love is in the air, and when we want to treat those we love, it can feel anything but romantic when navigating the world of food allergies. For vegetarians and vegans, meat eaters, and gluten-free and grain-free eaters, there’s something in this vibrant feast for everyone. Common food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities such as dairy, soy, peanuts, gluten, and grains, can leave home cooks scratching their heads (or pulling out their hair in frustration), when deciding what to cook for dinner, be that special occasions or the everyday. A menu built on whole foods is the tastiest, healthiest, and most economical option. A chocolate silk pie—one made without the help of gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, and grains—is the icing on the cake (or pie) to this Valentine’s Day feast. Cook and eat with the ones you treasure, or treat yourself to a few of the recipes, just because. There’s no better way to wear your heart on your sleeve than preparing a homemade meal, especially when you’re taking a fellow diner’s health into consideration. For recipes that skimp on allergens, but certainly not on taste or nutrition, look no further. Make this allergy-free, gluten-free dinner for those you love.