Simplify Your Life With Gluten-Free Crockpot Recipes
When you’re on a gluten-free diet, meal planning can get overwhelming. When you’re first starting out, it takes time and research to learn about gluten-free alternatives. A full-fledged gluten-free feast may require ingredients you’ve never even heard of!
Luckily, we have an alternative for your gluten-free cooking needs: the crockpot.
Crockpots (or slow cookers) are easy to use and the perfect solution for quick and easy dinners, and hearty winter comfort foods and soups are no exception! Just add the ingredients, put on the lid, and turn on the crockpot.
Slow-cooking food in crockpots can also really bring out all the flavors in a meal. As a rule of thumb, set your crockpot to low for six to eight hours of cooking, and high for four to six hours. Once it’s time to eat, your meal will be ready to serve!
To simplify your gluten-free cooking, try these three soup recipes. They’re perfect for gluten-free crockpot cooking!
For a healthy gluten-free comfort food, try this tasty cabbage roll soup. It’s full of vegetables and lean ground beef for protein, and it’s perfect for your crockpot! Start by browning the beef in a pan before adding it to the crockpot with your other ingredients.
Try this new take on nutritious, protein-rich, and gluten-free chicken soup that will excite your taste buds. When adding your ingredients to the crockpot, hold the cilantro and lime. Just before serving, add these remaining ingredients for a fresh taste!
Tuna and noodles always pair well for a tasty comfort food. With this soup, though, you get the comfort food with added nutrition and no gluten!
Shirataki noodles are a great gluten-free noodle alternative. To cook this soup in a crockpot, add all of the ingredients except for the noodles. When you’re ready to serve, place the noodles in a bowl and pour the soup over top.
Cooking with a crockpot simplifies any meal while emphasizing its flavor. These easy gluten-free crockpot recipes are packed with nutrition and are equally delicious, making cooking for a gluten-free diet that much better.