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5 Gluten-Free Recipes

If you’re one of the many Canadians suffering from an allergy to gluten, you’ll love these delicious gluten-free recipes. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too?

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Brown Rice Risotto with Lemon and Fresh Peas

Brown Rice Risotto with Lemon and Fresh Peas

This version of risotto boasts a refreshing lemon tang. Short grain brown rice gives this dish a slightly chewy texture and nuttier flavour than traditional risotto – a happy delight for tastebuds. Leftovers make for an appetizing lunch.

Get the recipe for brown rice risotto with lemon and fresh peas here.

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Brown Rice Cuban BurgersPhoto: Thinkstock

Brown Rice Cuban Burgers

A wholesome, meatless option for a weeknight meal, these convenient, healthy burgers are richly flavourful. Made with ingredients from all food groups, health-conscious vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike will be wowed by this crowd-pleasing option.

Get the recipe for brown rice Cuban burgers here.

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Rice and Salmon Packets

Rice and Salmon Packets

Cooked in the oven, these packets are ideal for preparing ahead of time, refrigerated and cooked just before serving! Steaming the ingredients in the packet infuses the flavours, creating a mouth-watering, robust taste.

Get the recipe for rice and salmon packets here.

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Thai Green Curry Chicken with Coconut Rice

Thai Green Curry Chicken with Coconut Rice

With the subtle sweetness of coconut and traditional Asian ingredients and flavours, this mouthwatering meal will delight parents and kids alike. Served with coconut brown rice, it’s a simple and healthy weeknight meal.

Get the recipe for Thai green curry chicken with coconut rice here.

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Classic Chips Ahoy RecipePhoto: Thinkstock

Classic Chips Ahoy Recipe

Erin McKenna, author of Babycakes Covers the Classics, shares her favourite gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipe:

“I’m a lady who unabashedly prefers her cookies thin, chewy, and intoxicatingly buttery. If I want a hunk of cake, I go for the cake section. This isn’t to say, however, that the pre-eminent cookie of my youth was not the mighty and comparatively meaty Chips Ahoy! And not those late-issue, M&M-flecked monstrosities, either. I’m talking the real-deal original flavor, in all their dry and crumbly wonder. This is my version of that wonderfully named cookie.”

Get the recipe for these chocolate chip cookies here.