There are, however, alternatives available that’ll make your life easier. The only other issue, then, is how to keep things varied and interesting.
That’s what this excellent collection of cookbooks, dedicated solely to gluten-free vegan recipes, is for. The best of the best, these cookbooks cover every cuisine, dish, course and mood!
The authors featured here are amazing with lots of experience in the field of nutrition and sustainable cooking so they have lovely creations with substitute ingredients that ensure you’ll never miss gluten-laden foods again.
Take your time and find the right one for you!
Table of Contents
The Only Gluten-Free Vegan Cookbooks You'll Need
- 'The Rawsome Vegan Cookbook' by Emily von Euw
- 'Gluten-Free Vegan Comfort Food' by Lara Ferroni
- 'Vegan Gluten Free Cookbook' by Kira Novac
- 'Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats' by Allyson Kramer
- 'Gluten-Free Vegan: Healthy Everyday Recipes in under 30 Minutes' by Sophie Miller
- 'The Gluten-Free Vegan' by Susan O'Brien
- 'Silk Road Vegetarian' by Dahlia Abraham-Klein
- 'Gluten-Free & Vegan for the Whole Family' by Jennifer Katzinger
- 'BabyCakes Covers the Classics' by Erin McKenna & Tara Donne
- 'Gluten-Free & Vegan Bread' by Jennifer Katzinger
- Wrapping Up
The Only Gluten-Free Vegan Cookbooks You’ll Need
‘The Rawsome Vegan Cookbook’ by Emily von Euw
Emily von Euw is the creator of the award winning blog, This Rawsome Vegan Life. She also has colorful feathers on her cap for winning several awards as an author of amazing cookbooks.
This one is the latest addition to her Rawsome collection which is meant to drive you bonkers and you’ll have a hard time deciding where to start because they all look amazing!
A collection of over 80 mouth-watering recipes that are easy to prepare and save you the pain of hunting for inspiration, this cookbook is your best bet if you’re on a gluten-free diet.
The enticing dishes will tempt you and you’ll be free to indulge since they’re all super healthy.
A few of the most exciting recipes from this cookbook are:
- Mango and coconut salad with fresh basil
- Rawsome Pizza crust with avocado, tomato, spinach, basil + onion
- Mac + cheese: the healthy way
To conclude, this cookbook is a fabulous way to get healthier with your loved ones. The recipes covered are uniquely combined with lovely illustrations and witty lines that make it an entertaining reading experience, too!
‘Gluten-Free Vegan Comfort Food’ by Lara Ferroni
Susan O’Brien is an author, food coach, a food instructor and a medical education consultant among many other things.
Her qualifications would give anyone a complex and her experience in the field of healthy, cruelty-free eating is what earns her cookbooks such amazing reviews.
Lara Ferroni is the face behind all the drool-worthy pictures that make culinary reading a wonderful experience.
This cookbook is your go-to due to the amount of expertise and information the author has. She understands how the need for filling, wholesome and nutritious dishes is high in demand since gluten intolerance is becoming a very common problem globally.
This volume is dedicated to quick, easy and yummy comfort food that’ll never let you starve or run out of variety.
A few of my favorites from this one are:
- Mock Chicken Noodle Soup
- Roasted Yam Home Fries
- Chocolate Tapioca Pudding
- Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Overall, this cookbook is packed with lovely comfort food that will keep you buzzing with feel-good hormones all the time, especially during the holiday season.
Being warm and fuzzy when you’re feeling low is important to all of us; a great bowl of healthy comfort food from this work is the cherry on the top!
‘Vegan Gluten Free Cookbook’ by Kira Novac
As a holistic nutritionist, Kira Novac loves to create new dishes for you and your whole family. Big on health and balanced nutrition, she loves to put together recipes that’ll help your family in the most natural way. The ingredients, being gluten-free, is a big plus!
Beyond a focus a healthy eating, this cookbook helps you realize exactly how much fun it is to follow a gluten-free vegan diet.
If you’re looking for interesting variety, the author happily delivers this in the form of spectacular recipes that’ll be loved by everyone, be it kids or adults. You’ll especially be hooked if you’re a transitioning vegan!
A few notable recipes from this cookbook are:
- Chocolate chia seeds pudding
- Lemon Lime Sorbet
- Lemon Dill Fried Tofu Slices
- Quinoa Veggie Burgers
To sum it up, this cookbook provides recipes that are helpful towards your transition as well as helping you meet your nutritional requirements.
The author is also very elaborate with her educational information so things are nice and clear for you.
‘Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats’ by Allyson Kramer
The beautiful Allyson Kramer is a cookbook author and a food photographer dedicated to making us all healthier people.
Her works have been published by big names and this cookbook in particular deserves all the amazing ratings it has received.
The recipes featured are loaded with fresh and natural ingredients.
You simply won’t be able to resist the call for trying each one from the awesome collection of 101 recipes!
Allyson gives you everything you need for a full course meal alone, or to serve for a large number of party guests. From appetizers and sides to mains and desserts, you’ll be well covered.
Some of the hottest dishes I loved are:
- Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
- Banana Berry Cobbler
- Walnut Ravioli With Vodka Sauce
Featuring drool-worthy photos, this book has a great collection you can start with if you’re trying to eat healthy and delicious.
I doubt you’ll run out of innovative food anytime soon with this marvel!
‘Gluten-Free Vegan: Healthy Everyday Recipes in under 30 Minutes’ by Sophie Miller
Sophie Miller is a best-selling author and well-known for her adoration towards healthy and tasteful food.
Cooking is her passion, which I’m thankful for, as she presents us with several works that made my life in the kitchen easier. With 12 publications in her bag, she’s a maestro at vegan cooking and lifestyle.
This volume talks all things gluten-free. The recipes here ensure your taste buds are pampered and you won’t miss out on valuable nutrition.
All details about eating a gluten-free diet and why some people need to follow it are explained very eloquently with facts and health tips.
This cookbook consists of recipes such as:
- Sun-dried Tomato Hummus
- Green Gazpacho
- Coconut Curry with Rice
- Crispy Coconut Goujons
In conclusion, I really want to highlight how versatile Sophie has been with the recipes featured.
There’s a good mix from every cuisine that you, your family and friends will enjoy. A dish for every setting, that’s probably the motto!
‘The Gluten-Free Vegan’ by Susan O’Brien
Susan O’Brien is so talented we probably need 7 people to compensate for her achievements and titles.
She’s a dedicated food instructor and author among other things but what reflects the most is her love for food.
With several cookbooks behind her, this one is yet another addition to the fantastic compilation of recipes that’ll keep you addicted to her works for a long, long time!
This book is ideal for people with health conditions like gluten intolerance, but can also become your next favorite if you already have chosen the vegan way of life.
Being a food allergy sufferer gave her the advantage of composing delicious recipes she first made for herself, refined, and now shares with the rest of the world.
Here are a few recipes that really caught my attention:
- Butternut Squash Dessert
- Breakfast Risotto
- Berry and Cherry Crisp
- Antioxidant Chili
The volume consists of more than 150 super healthy recipes that’ll make you and your family bonkers.
You’ll also learn, in clear explanation, about dietary restrictions and how to live without depriving yourself.
‘Silk Road Vegetarian’ by Dahlia Abraham-Klein
Dahlia is an incredible author who loves to draw inspiration from her Central-Asian heritage.
Her recipes clearly reflect the roots of Asian cooking with rich flavors and textures.
Just thinking of the possible combinations makes my mouth water. Now imagine indulging yourself in a gluten-free dish whenever you crave Asian food! Sounds like heaven to me.
In this publication, you’ll find recipes ranging from Afghani to the most exotic dishes from Asian villages.
They’re recreated in such a brilliant way, so inventive and easy. Another blessing for gluten intolerant folks out there!
My eyes were stuck on dishes such as:
- Bengali Potato and Zucchini Curry
- Maple-Mustard Roasted Parsnips
- Rutabaga Oven Fries
- Berry-Almond Coconut Scones
This is a must-read for if you’re a die-hard fan of Asian cuisine. And if you want to start learning something new, well this one will teach you a lot!
‘Gluten-Free & Vegan for the Whole Family’ by Jennifer Katzinger
Jennifer Katzinger is a wonderful author of several publications, all based on healthy eating.
Her works are widely commended and if the reviews speak for themselves, it’s proof enough of how much people love her recipes.
This one covers recipes not just for you but focuses on healthy, hearty meals for the entire family. In short, your kids too in case they’re fussy eaters.
Gluten intolerance is an allergy that is common among American and global masses but let it never stop you from eating what you crave. There are several alternative ingredients that this author uses so beautifully to bring you your favorites.
A few dishes featured include:
- Mac n cheese
Overall, this is a great cookbook to start introducing your kids and family to a gluten-free diet. There are 90 recipes that are all familiar and made out of the healthiest ingredients.
‘BabyCakes Covers the Classics’ by Erin McKenna & Tara Donne
Erin McKenna and Tara Donne are women with an insatiable sweet tooth, which works to all our benefit since they’re awesome enough to share their creations with us.
They live a dairy and refined sugar-free lifestyle and look for new ways to create fun desserts and sugary delights. As the founder of BabyCakes NYC, Erin has put her best collection in her latest publishing.
Here’s a treat for those who are in love with desserts and baked goods. It feels great to indulge your sweet tooth every once in a while, and now you can do so, guilt-free!
The ingredients are meant for those on a gluten-free diet, with all the healthier replacements available to make the recipes just as yummy.
They’re also free of refined-sugar so your kids are safe from processed foods.
In this cookbook, you’ll find delicious sweet treat sections such as:
- Cookies: A Master Class
- The Cakes We Eat Now
- From The Old Country
It’s safe to say this one will keep you fully occupied with healthy and scrumptious recipes for a long time, suitable for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even snacks.
One of the best cookbooks on the subject I’ve seen so far!
‘Gluten-Free & Vegan Bread’ by Jennifer Katzinger
Jennifer is an author with several books to her name. She’s an innovative writer as well as a creative cook.
Making vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes is her calling because she helps so many enjoy brighter meals!
One of the biggest challenges you can run into on a gluten-free diet is not being able to eat bread. Well, problem solved!
Jennifer brings you the biggest blessing with her collection of astounding gluten-free bread recipes.
They’re healthy and made from ingredients that’ll never trigger your intolerances.
Why should you ever miss out on eating your favorite bread when you have angels like Jennifer to show you the way?
Some of the bread great recipes you’ll find include:
- Walnut Wild Rice Bread
- Irish Soda Bread
- Cranberry Pecan Bread
Bread for every occasion, this cookbook has your back come rain, shine or holiday seasons! A must have in your collection.
We’ve put together this collection of gluten-free cookbooks to bring you the best variety possible, while keeping simplicity and ease of preparation at the forefront.
We hope you’ll find it easier to make a decision by reading our take on them; it was certainly difficult to choose from so many talented authors and culinary specialists to include!