6 Gluten Free Dishes Ideas For Healthy Date Night Dinner


There’s no reason to not celebrate anything because you’re on a gluten-free diet. Celebrate your intimate dinner night with this collection of lovable gluten-free recipes. Whether a special occasion, Valentine’s Day, or simply alone time for you and your sweetie, making a homemade meal for the two of you to enjoy together is a perfect way to spend date night.

Stuffed Beef Tenderloin With Wine Sauce

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Beef tenderloin is an impressive dish, and any impressive dish shows you care: the perfect sentiment for date night. Butterfly the beef, then layer with roasted red peppers, fresh basil leaves, and a creamy mixture of spinach, goat cheese, and herbs. Roll together, roast, slice, and serve with a homemade port wine sauce.

Roasted Lime and Cilantro Chicken Breasts

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A rich and decadent dish can leave you feeling overstuffed. This fresh-tasting chicken recipe, however, is light yet full of flavor. Marinate bone-in chicken breasts in a mixture of lime zest and juice, garlic, and fresh cilantro, then roast until golden. Perfect served with corn and avocado salad.

Zucchini Noodles With Shrimp Scampi

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Shrimp is perfect for a romantic meal—maybe it’s the way they curl into themselves, or their pretty shade of pink. This recipe highlights the shrimp’s sweet flavor with a traditional scampi sauce of lemon, vermouth, and garlic. Served over zucchini noodles (a.k.a. “zoodles”), the dish becomes gluten-free, as well as healthy and delicious.

Cauliflower Parmesan

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Cauliflower Parmesan is a surprisingly quick dish to make and it sacrifices none of the classic Italian dish’s flavor. You’ll start by roasting cauliflower and making a fresh marinara sauce. When they’re done, top the two with mozzarella and pecorino cheeses, then broil until they’re melted and just a little browned. The taste is impressive and you’ll forget that it’s healthy, too.

Roasted Rabbit With Fava Pesto

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Try something different for date night and serve succulent roasted rabbit. The recipe only takes a few ingredients but has tons of flavor and looks lovely on a plate. You’ll be more likely to find rabbit at the butcher and fresh fava beans at the grocer in the springtime.

Szechuan Beef

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Chinese food can be very romantic—the two of you sharing a variety of dishes, passing the cartons to each other, savoring the bold flavors. Stir-fry thin slices of beef until crispy, then toss with a flavorful sauce of sweet bean sauce, chili paste, and Szechuan peppercorns, and serve hot over rice. Just be sure to check labels to make sure the bean sauce is gluten-free.

You can make some healthy dishes for both of you. But if the recipes need to be gluten-free, creating something special can often feel limiting. These recipes are not only gluten-free but also satisfying, interesting, and incredibly delicious.


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