This classic British loaf cake is incredibly moist because it's made with olive oil instead of butter, which also gives the batter a rich golden color. The addition of poppy seeds makes it a perfect alternative to your morning muffin, while the lemon drizzle dresses up the cake for company. Slideshow: More Gluten-Free Desserts
These mini crustless quiches are a perfect make-ahead breakfast. They're bulked up with cooked quinoa and layered with sautéed cremini mushrooms—a perfect balanced bite when you're on the go.
This crustless quiche is similar to a frittata. You can bake it in advance and reheat it right before guests arrive. For variations, trying substituting other chopped leafy greens for the spinach and swapping another good melting cheese like cheddar or Monterey Jack for the mozzarella. Slideshow: More Quiche Recipes
This easy gluten-free broccoli-and-rice casserole is a classically comforting one-dish meal. You can substitute pork sausage for the chicken, or swap it for sweet Italian if you're looking for something tamer. Transfer the casserole to the broiler to get the cheesy topping crusty and browned. Slideshow: More Casserole Recipes
Pao de queijo is a traditional Brazilian cheese bread made from sour tapioca flour. If you can't find the sour version, you can substitute regular tapioca flour. This recipe includes browned pork sausage that's mixed into the rolls. Cut them in half and fill with a fried egg for a perfect mini breakfast sandwich. Slideshow: More Bread Recipes
This gluten-free mac and cheese features the unusual combination of raisins and radicchio, creating the perfect combination of creaminess and crunch. Slideshow: More Macaroni and Cheese Recipes
To put a healthy spin on the classic spinach dip, try using kale instead of spinach and puréed cannellini beans in place of the béchamel sauce. This recipe is completely gluten free and can be prepared in advance for a quick and healthy appetizer. Slideshow: More Kale Recipes