Healthy Gluten-Free Casserole Recipes – Best Ideas for Dinner

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Gluten-free meal plan 

Going on a gluten-free diet has many benefits, especially for someone with celiac disease. This includes relieving digestive symptoms that could include bloating, diarrhea, or constipation, gas, fatigue, and many more. And if you don’t have a celiac disease but you are looking for ways to lose weight, then going on a gluten-free diet is one of your options since this diet eliminates many junk foods that add unwanted calories to the diet, and your focus will be mainly on fruits, veggies, and lean proteins.

It’s also perfectly normal if you feel overwhelmed or underwhelmed with the options available when you are on a gluten-free diet. However, a smart way to make meals you won’t get tired of while staying on budget is by making your own meal plan! 

There are plenty of gluten-free options that will allow you to enjoy healthy and delicious meals. And to have an effective gluten-free meal plan, your meals should include these naturally gluten-free foods:

  • Meats and fish. All meats and fish, except battered or coated meats.
  • Eggs. All types of eggs are naturally gluten-free.
  • Dairy. Plain dairy products, such as plain milk, plain yogurt and cheeses. However, flavored dairy products may have added ingredients that contain gluten, so you will need to read the food labels.
  • Fruits and vegetables. All fruits and vegetables are naturally free of gluten.
  • Grains. Quinoa, rice, buckwheat, tapioca, sorghum, corn, millet, amaranth, arrowroot, teff and oats (if labeled gluten-free).
  • Starches and flours. Potatoes, potato flour, corn, corn flour, chickpea flour, soy flour, almond meal/flour, coconut flour and tapioca flour.
  • Nuts and seeds. All nuts and seeds.
  • Spreads and oils. All vegetable oils and butter.
  • Herbs and spices. All herbs and spices.
  • Beverages. Most beverages, except for beer (unless labeled as gluten-free).
  • If you’re ever unsure if a food item contains gluten, it’s best to read the food labels.

Gluten-free make-ahead casseroles

Casseroles are mostly everyone’s comfort food however, they can be quite overwhelming and time-consuming to make. But do not worry because you can actually make your casseroles ahead of time! Here’s one example of an easy make-ahead breakfast casserole that is gluten-free and quick to make! 


7 eggs 

3 cloves garlic, minced

1 tablespoon fresh thyme

2 cups fresh spinach

1/2 cup artichoke, chopped

1/2 cup roasted red pepper, chopped

1/4 Tablespoon chili flakes

1 teaspoon sea salt


In a skillet, heat the oil then add garlic and thyme. Saute for 2 minutes then add spinach, roasted red pepper, artichokes, and seasonings. Saute for 6-8 minutes until spinach is soft. Preheat your oven to 350º and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and grease ramekins. Portion the sauteed vegetables evenly between ramekins. In a large bowl, whisk eggs. Add salt and stir. Pour whisked eggs into ramekins, filling about halfway. Place into the oven.

Bake for 25 minutes. And you are done!

Gluten-free casserole dinner recipes

Casseroles are definitely a crowd favorite whether it be for a holiday celebration or a simple family dinner. With that said, here are gluten-free casserole dinner recipes everyone will love!


15. Easy Gluten Free Lasagna Casserole

This super easy gluten free lasagna casserole quickly becomes a family favorite. My family calls it dump lasagna, because it is just as easy as lazily dumping everything into the casserole dish.

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14. Cheesy Enchilada Quinoa Casserole

A quick, healthy, and gluten free enchilada casserole full of spicy flavors, lots of cheese, and nutrient-rich quinoa.

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13. Make Ahead Meal: Breakfast Casserole

This overnight sausage, vegetable, and egg casserole can be frozen or made a day in advance for easy entertaining. Completely customizable and great for feeding a crowd!

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12. Kid-Friendly Gluten Free Baked Ziti Casserole

Gluten Free Baked ziti casserole with sweet Italian red pepper sauce is the comfort food you have been waiting for. Everything about this easy baked ziti recipe is perfection!

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11. Paleo Squash Casserole

Paleo Squash Casserole is definitely comfort food for me. My Grandmother used to make it all the time during the summer when I was a kid.

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10. Low Carb Hatch Chile Rellenos Casserole

This low carb Hatch Chile Rellenos Casserole has all the flavor of regular chile rellenos, but without the breading and frying.

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9. Classic Shepherd’s Pie {Cottage Pie}

Shepherd’s pie is a comforting, hearty, Classic English dish. Traditionally Shepherd’s pie, is made with ground lamb, when beef is used, it’s called “Cottage Pie”. (It’s also gluten free)

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8. Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole (Naturally Gluten-Free)

Looking for a delicious gluten free dinner recipe? Here’s an easy casserole recipe that is naturally gluten free, packed with flavor, and great for meal prep. My chicken broccoli rice casserole has all the great flavors you want without any extra work or hassle!

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7. Slow Cooked Chicken Italian

Slow Cooked Chicken Italian is a fabulously delicious recipe which is perfect for days when you don’t have time to cook. You just dump the ingredients and go!

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6. Gluten-Free Baked Hatch Chiles Rellenos

A super easy and tasty take on classic Chiles Rellenos! A gluten-free, baked, cheese-filled egg dish with deliciously spicy roasted New Mexican Hatch green chiles.

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5. Keto Taco Casserole | Dorito Casserole 

Whats better than a taco? A deconstructed one without all the carbs! Yes, this is a keto taco casserole that can double as a dorito casserole!

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4. Baked Quinoa Casserole

This Baked Quinoa Casserole is an easy, hearty main dish that is perfect for fall. It’s ready in under 30 minutes and is a great gluten-free dinner recipe to feed a crowd! Even my kids love this cheesy quinoa recipe loaded with sausage, apples and veggies!

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3. Cheesy Chicken and Bacon Casserole | THM S, Low Carb, Keto

This Baked Quinoa Casserole is an easy, hearty main dish that is perfect for fall. It’s ready in under 30 minutes and is a great gluten-free dinner recipe to feed a crowd! Even my kids love this cheesy quinoa recipe loaded with sausage, apples and veggies!

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2. Mexican Brown Rice Bake – Gluten Free 

Mexican style rice is so popular why not spin it into a full meal? By using the whole grain rice this Mexican Brown Rice Bake is much more nutritious making it a fabulous gluten free choice the family will gobble up.

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1. Gluten Free Tater Tot Casserole

This gluten-free tater tot casserole is comfort food at its best! Easy, creamy filling filled topped with golden tater tots.

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