3-course Gluten-free Easter Lunch & #FreeFromFridays

It’s Friday, it’s Friday, oh yeah, yeah, yeah! How can it be Easter already on Sunday? When I was going through last week’s #FreeFromFridays, the 3-course gluten-free Easter lunch below stood out straight away!

  • Starter for the perfect gluten-free Easter lunch:

In this blog post, Rebecca shares not one but five of her favourite soup recipes: Broccoli and Vegan Stilton, Roast Parsnip, Roast Tomato and Red Pepper, Curried Parsnip and Smoky Butternut Squash.

Check out these ideas for the perfect 3-course Gluten-free Easter Lunch: start with one of 5 soup recipes, then move on to lamb traybake and finish with vegan mint ice cream. #FreeFromFridays

Photo Credit: Rebecca at ‘Glutarama

  • Main Course

Eb at ‘Easy Peasy Foodie’ is the queen of one-pot meals and if I ever need a traybake recipe, I’ll always look on her site first! Eb’s Lamb Kleftiko traybake sounds perfect if you want to cook lamb for Easter but want to have time for your guests rather than spending the day over the stove!

Check out these ideas for the perfect 3-course Gluten-free Easter Lunch: start with one of 5 soup recipes, then move on to lamb traybake and finish with vegan mint ice cream. #FreeFromFridays

Photo Credit: Eb at ‘Easy Peasy Foodie

  • Dessert

Kate created these vegan mint chocolate chip ice cream bites using condensed coconut milk. How delicious do they look? Wait, wait, wait. The recipe doesn’t require any churning and the bites are vegan. I want one (or 3) now!

Check out these ideas for the perfect 3-course Gluten-free Easter Lunch: start with one of 5 soup recipes, then move on to lamb traybake and finish with vegan mint ice cream. #FreeFromFridays

Photo Credit: Kate at ‘The Gluten Free Alchemist

 

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#FreeFromFridays normally opens on Friday morning and closes on the following Monday just before midnight. Since our children are off school, Emma and I are going to have a 2-week break for Easter so you can link here until Monday 16th April, and the next #FreeFromFridays will be on ‘The Free From Farmhouse‘ on Friday 20th April. Happy Easter!

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13 Comments

  1. 30/03/2018 / 8:35 am

    What a brilliant idea to make a three course meal round up, you clever thing. Thank you for adding my soup (had that one again yesterday) Eb’s main and Kate’s pudding are GORGEOUS sounding…we’re at my mum’s this Easter Day and she always makes sure she whips up a free from treat or two.

    • Mel
      Author
      03/04/2018 / 1:01 pm

      Did you have a good Easter my lovely? We had pancakes for lunch (at the kids’ request!) and a roast for dinner – yummy!

  2. 30/03/2018 / 10:03 am

    Hi, I’ve already saved the soups to try but I have never tried lamb in a tray bake before so I shall be giving this a try as well #freefromfridays

    • Mel
      Author
      03/04/2018 / 1:01 pm

      Eb is one clever lady!

    • Mel
      Author
      03/04/2018 / 1:01 pm

      We had such a lovely, relaxing weekend. How about you lovely? x

    • Mel
      Author
      03/04/2018 / 1:00 pm

      It was so lovely and relaxing! Did you have a good Easter, lovely?

  3. 31/03/2018 / 7:48 pm

    Sounds like a perfect Easter menu. If only anyone in my house liked lamb!

    • Mel
      Author
      03/04/2018 / 12:59 pm

      I don’t like lamb at all, but the rest of the family love it so I try to cook it for them from time to time 🙂

  4. 13/04/2018 / 2:40 pm

    What a lovely Easter menu! Thanks so much for including my traybake 🙂 Hope you had a wonderful Easter ‘break’ (It’s never really a break, is it?? But fun to spend quality time with the kiddos) Xx

  5. 13/11/2018 / 6:14 pm

    So many delightful food choices! Those soups, the traybake and the ice cream bites look AMAZING.

    Can’t wait to be a part of #FreeFromFridays, Mel.

    • Mel
      Author
      16/11/2018 / 3:49 pm

      I need ice cream bites in my life 🙂

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