If you love zucchini and are following the gluten-free or keto regime of diet, you’re in the right place. These are the best gluten-free and keto meals with zucchini. They’re easy to make, filling and full of nutrients, healthy and flavorful. Choose from almond pesto zucchini noodles, turkey and zucchini spaghetti nachos, zucchini muffins with ham and sun-dried tomato, and more. Follow the instructions, serve immediately, and enjoy!
Easy to make and comforting, these stuffed zucchini boats casserole with Italian sausage and quinoa are a complete healthy meal. Plus, full of nutrients – fiber, protein, reduced-fat, and with delicious flavors and textures. Follow the instructions and bake it until quinoa is cooked and cheese is golden brown. Enjoy!
So simple and delicious, these almond pesto zucchini noodles are loaded with flavor and protein and healthy fats. First, make the almond pesto, then make the zucchini noodles and start cooking. It’s vital to stir-fry the noodles for 3-4 minutes, until al dente and then add the pesto. Serve immediately and enjoy!
These zucchini noodles with shrimp and tomatoes are such an easy, care-free, and gluten-free meal. A perfect summer dish – light and zesty, filling and with a perfect texture. Follow the instructions, and top your bowl of zucchini noodles with shrimp and tomatoes with salt and black pepper, and if you’re feeling fancy, a little shredded parmesan. Enjoy!
This turkey and zucchini spaghetti nachos is a great combination of flavors, a creative way to use zucchini, and a healthier version of cooking a nachos. To prepare this Italian style gluten-free spaghetti nachos, just follow the instructions. In a total of 25 minutes, you’ll have a portion full of perfectly tender and moist zucchini slices and turkey, topped with gooey cheese. Serve and enjoy!
These zucchini muffins with ham and sun-dried tomato are a perfect savory breakfast or snack on the go. If you want to cook a vegetarian version, omit the ham. Follow the cooking steps and bake them. Serve them with a dollop of butter, ghee, mayonnaise, or store them in an air-tight container or freeze wrapped in a cling film. Enjoy!
These Korean zucchini pancakes (Hobakjean) are such a great idea for changing up breakfast or lunch. Made with few filling and nutritious ingredients and so easy and yummy. Follow the instructions and serve it alone or with a tasty sweet and sour dipping sauce. You can cut the pancakes in smaller pieces, or rip them apart as you eat. Enjoy!