Gluten-free One-Dish Meals: 20+ Recipes

Cooking can be a lot of work and when you’re gluten-free, it’s easy to get burnt out from cooking quickly. That’s where gluten-free one-dish meals save the day.

Because a gluten-free one-dish meal means less work, less clean up, less steps to memorize, and more time to safely nourish yourself and unwind.

And guess what, gluten-free one-dish meals mean all of that without sacrificing flavor, satisfaction, and enjoyment.

Ready to get cooking?

p.s. a special thanks to Sierra King, a dietetic intern who helped curate these one-pot recipes!

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Gluten-free One-Dish Meals

Let’s talk gluten-free one-dish meals. One dish means only using one dish to cook all the food (no juggling 3 pots on the stove and a pan in the oven). So below with the help of a dietetic intern, Sierra King, we’ve curated 25 gluten-free one dish meals.

We’ve got one-dish meals made on a sheet pan, in a pot on the stove, in a skillet, and more. The only question is, what are you in the mood for cooking?

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Gluten-Free Sheet Pan Meals

  • Sheet Pan Chicken and Vegetables – This delicious chicken and vegetable sheet pan dinner is absolutely delicious. Cooked in butter and topped with parmesan, this is a must-try meal.
  • Sheet-Pan Salmon Puttanesca Recipe – This recipe is a great easy and fast fish dinner. This dish uses sourdough bread so make it gluten-free by using gluten-free sourdough bread. (Here’s my favorite).
  • Tuscan Pork Sheet Pan Supper – This is a perfect dish for any pork lover in your family. The sweet potatoes and balsamic vinegar bring a sweet and tangy flavor to the dish.
  • Sheet-Pan Spicy Peanut Chicken and Broccoli – If you like something spicy, sweet and creamy, then this recipe is for you. It is a great dinner to have when you have bone-in chicken needing cooked.
  • Maple Teriyaki Tofu – Tofu is a very versatile plant-based protein. This is a delicious plant-based recipe to try with the family (do I hear a Meatless Monday favorite?). Do note that this recipe calls for soy sauce, so to keep this recipe gluten-free be sure to use gluten-free soy or tamari sauce.
One-Pot Chicken and Rice​ (gluten-free and dairy-free) - Tayler Silfverduk, celiac dietitian
One-Pot Chicken and Rice​

Gluten-Free One Pot Dinners

  • Gluten-Free One-Pot Chicken and Rice – a simple and versatile dish that everyone will love. It’s creamy, delicious, and easy.
  • One Pot Chicken Taco Pasta – This is a great dish for a quick taco meal. This is a great opportunity to sneak any vegetables into this dish for any picky eaters in your family. 
  • Fall Quinoa Salad – Salads can be boring and repetitive but this is a great reinvention to salads. Quinoa and the walnuts bring in a nutty, salty taste to the pomegranates and dried cherries sweetness. Great for lunch ideas or a dish for a holiday event. 
  • One Skillet Cheesy Brazilian Chicken Rice Bake – This dish is found in many Brazilian homes. It is cheesy with a hint of spice to keep your taste buds on it toes. 
  • Eggs in Tomato Sauce – Who says you can’t eat breakfast for dinner! This dish is tasty and vegetarian-friendly. 

Gluten-Free Casserole Dishes

  • Granny Apple Scalloped Potatoes – A savory dish that has a sweet bite to it. This dish doesn’t only look pretty but harmonizes fruits and vegetables with cheese. 
  • Mexican Street Corn Bake – Mexican Street Corn can get messy. This dish is less messy to eat and still has the same great taste. 
  • Gluten-free Bread Pudding – Casseroles don’t have to be savory. This bread pudding is perfect for breakfast or dessert. If you are worried about the bread pudding being too soggy use ¾ of the mixture or bake it a little longer than it says. 
  • Gluten-Free Herb Crusted Chicken Pot Pie – This pot pie is not only gluten-free but also dairy-free. Enjoy this pie in any size; family pie or individual pies.
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Beef Taco Skillet - 1 of the 5 one-skillet recipes

Gluten-free One Skillet Dishes

  • Gluten-Free Beef Taco Skillet – This skillet recipe is perfect for when you want to make tacos but with out dirtying all of the dishes.
  • Italian Rice Ball Skillet – Perfect dish for something cheesy and comforting without turning on the oven. This is a new take on the Italian dish called Italian Rice Ball. No chopping is required. 
  • Mozzarella Bruschetta Chicken – Chicken can be boring, flavor it up by adding cheese and a bruschetta topping to it. A simple dish that can go with any side dish. 
  • Garlic Butter Baker Pork Chops – Garlic and butter are great on french bread but what about on a pork chop. This dish is quick, easy, and tasty. Perfect to pair with a salad and a baked potato. 
  • Creamy Parmesan Shrimp Skillet – Seafood doesn’t have to be enjoyed in a restaurant. Now you have the opportunity to make a flavorful shrimp dish for any day of the week. 

Gluten-free CrockPot Recipes

  • Spaghetti Squash with Tomatoes and Olives – Spaghetti squash made easy. Perfect for dinner or meal prep in any weather. 
  • Chicken Tikka Masala – Bring some color to dinner. Tikka Masala is filled with flavor and a hit of spicy. It goes well with rice or couscous. 
  • Slow Cooker Lemon Blueberry Dump Cake – Crockpot cakes or dump cakes are pretty much what they sound like. All you have to do is put everything in the crockpot and wait until it is done. A dessert that is waiting for you to get home from work. 
  • Crock-Pot Honey Garlic Chicken – Meal prepping can be difficult but now it is easier than ever. Now, all you have to do is put all the ingredients together in a bag and freeze it. When you need a meal just defrost in the fridge and pop it into the crockpot. 

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