Gluten & Wheat Free Lunch Recipes

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Spicy Lentil Soup

A flavoursome and easy soup to rustle up that is also full of goodness. The lentils make the soup filling and I find that no toast or bread is necessary.

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Courgette and Feta Fritters

Not your typical dense and greasy fritter, these light and fluffy courgette fritters made with grated courgette and other yummy ingredients make a delicious alternative to potato fritters and a surprisingly tasty lunch.

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Cheese, Potato and Ham Croquettes

These taste far better than the shop bought variety and are very simple to make. Make a big batch of these and serve them hot with a homemade dip when you have guests over for drinks and nibbles.

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Smoked Salmon with a Horseradish Crème Fraîche

This makes an impressive light lunch and is super easy to rustle up. Serve it with some gluten and wheat free toast and wait for the compliments to come flooding in.

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Baked Camembert with Crudites

Oven cooked soft cheese that is studded with garlic cloves and fresh thyme tips is a crowd-pleaser. This is an easy recipe for a dinner party or great for a quick weekend supper. Serve with your choice of crudites and gluten and wheat free toasted bread and remember the rule, no double dipping!!!

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Creamy Tomato Soup

A vegetarian soup that is also low-fat and naturally gluten and wheat free.

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Carrot and Ginger Soup

This hearty soup is full of goodness and full of flavour. Make this delicious soup for a tasty midweek lunch or dinner.

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Potato and Chorizo Hash

This can be served for brunch and is a great way of eating up left over potatoes. brimming full of flavour and colour. tatoes, topped with beautifully fried eggs. Start your day the right way with this hearty dish.

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Chickpea Soup Moroccan Style

Naturally gluten and wheat free, this chickpea soup is bursting with flavour and is also suitable for a vegetarian diet.

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Falafels

These delicious falafels are our take on the traditional Middle Eastern dish.  They are simple to make and are gluten and wheat free and are also suitable for those following a vegetarian diet. Eat them hot with a mixed salad for a tasty light lunch or cold as part of a buffet. You can even pop them in your lunch box for a snack on the go.

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