Thanks to how well these little veggies freeze, we’re able to eat them year round. But, if you’re lucky enough to get them freshly picked in the spring, they’re even better.
We like them in cold salads, steamed, and added to soups, pastas, and casseroles. Do you prefer to eat them cold or cooked?
Here are some yummy Gluten-Free recipes with Peas I found:
Cold or Raw:
- Chilled Mexican Pea Salad with Shrimp at GF Jules
- Crunchy Pea Salad at Hidden Valley
- Easy Bacon Pea Salad at Foodie with Family
- Greedy Green Pea Dip at The Blender Girl
- Handsome Hubby’s Favorite Pea Salad at Connect Gluten Free
- Seven-Layer Salad with Creamy Dill Dressing at CeliacFamily
- Watercress Pesto Pasta with Peas and Asparagus at Gluten-Free Living
- Wild Rice Salad at CeliacFamily
Warm or Cooked:
- Basmati Rice Salad with Peas, Mint, and Lemon at Simply Recipes
- Gingery Quinoa Salad with Apples, Peas, and Coconut at Vegetarian Times
- Pea and Mint Pancakes at Delicious Everyday
- Slow-Cooker Split Pea Soup at The Gluten-Free Homemaker
- Sweet Pea Bacon Mac & Cheese at Delallo
- Yellow Split Pea Soup with Smoked Paprika at Elana’s Pantry
Don’t forget to check below our menu for more gluten-free menus, meals, and recipes with Peas from our gluten-free blogging friends.
Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:
Monday – Bacon-wrapped Chicken, Seven-Layer Salad
Wednesday – Beef Stew with Peas
Thursday – Pork Tenderloin, Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower
Friday – Hamburgers, French Fries, Wild Rice Salad
Saturday – leftovers
Sunday – Corndog Muffins with Easy Bacon Pea Salad
Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup
Angela’s Kitchen: Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Menu
Angela loves to grow sugar snap peas in her garden, and the family loves to eat them fresh. This week, she’s making Jules’ “Eat Your Veggies!” Bread (aka Pea-Powered Zucchini Bread) for breakfast. For dinners, she’s making Slow-Cooker Cassoulet, Gingered Beef and Broccoli Salad Bowls, Tuna Noodle & Vegetable Casserole (with peas), Steak and Potato Salad, and Curried Shrimp and Rice (with sugar snap peas).
Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa’s family is eating peas this week in Tuna Noodle Casserole and Old Fashioned Vegetable Beef Soup. They’ll also be enjoying Grilled Chicken, Hamburgers, Sausage, and Tuna Patties. I’m a little jealous that she’s making Homemade Sushi with Smoked Salmon, Cucumber, and Avocado for a birthday celebration.
The Girl Who Couldn’t Eat Anything: eating without Gluten, Dairy, Peanuts, Oats, or Meat
Elisabeth says she doesn’t often find fresh peas, and has to rely on frozen or canned peas for her recipes. This week, she’s eating peas in Fried Rice. For the rest of the week, she’s eating BBQ Chop Wraps, Strawberry Balsamic Salad Wrap with Cashew Cheese, Fast Slow-Cooker Pork Chops, 5-Ingredient Honey Mustard Salmon, Honey Basil Veggie Kabobs, and Pizza.
Come back later to check this week’s post and see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for including Peas in meals.
Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?
- For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
- Join us next week for sharing gluten-free menus and recipes with Radishes.
- The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme. We welcome suggested themes, too!
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