3 delicious recipes with gluten-free bread

3 delicious recipes with gluten-free bread

Switching to a gluten-free diet comes with a lot of benefits. It is obviously good for managing celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Apart from that, a gluten-free diet is great for people who have a weak digestive system because of the ease of digestibility. People looking for ways to cut a few pounds also find that giving up on gluten-containing foods helps the process. The amount of fibre in this diet is also a factor to count on the positive side. 

But some people feel that specialized diets such as vegan, gluten-free, etc. are not flavourful. But we are here to bust this myth. Since sandwich is synonymous with comfort food, we have 3 delicious and easy sandwich recipes using our gluten-free bread. We promise that your taste buds will thank you for these!

1.Mediterranean Veggie

The Mediterranean cuisine is full of colours and flavours. It is majestic and so is this recipe! Only a few ingredients are required and together, they give you a meal that will satisfy both your hunger and your cravings. 


  1. Hummus – ¼ cup 
  2. Onion – 1 Slice 
  3. Bell Pepper – ⅓ sliced
  4. Lettuce – 2 leaves 
  5. Tomato – ½, sliced  
  6. Olives – 4-5, sliced
  7. The Baker’s Dozen Gluten-Free Bread – 2 slices 

Preparation method: 

  1. Toast the gluten-free bread slices lightly.
  2. Spread hummus generously on both slices. 
  3. Add the sliced veggies (bell pepper, tomato, onion) in layers on one of the slices. 
  4. Add the olives and lettuce leaves.
  5. Finish off with the second slice of bread. 

2. Ceaser Salad Sandwich

Ceaser salad is like a celebration of lettuce and health as well. The best part of the ceaser salad sandwich is the dressing. The flavours are so divine that the ones who don’t like greens will love this recipe despite all the lettuce leaves. Pumpkin seeds add to the ‘healthy’ factor.

  1. Hempseeds – 1 tbsp 
  2. Tahini – 1 tbsp 
  3. Lemon – ½, juiced
  4. Nutritional Yeast – 1 tbsp 
  5. Dijon Mustard – 1 tsp 
  6. Water – 1 tbsp 
  7. Salt & pepper – as per taste 
  8. Romaine Lettuce – 3 leaves 
  9. The Baker’s Dozen Gluten-Free Bread – 2 slices 
  10. Pumpkin seeds – ½ tbsp 

Preparation method:

  1. For the caesar dressing: Add hemp seeds, tahini, lemon juice, nutritional yeast, dijon mustard, water, salt & pepper in a mixer jar.
  2. Blend everything together to get a smooth paste. 
  3. Spread the dressing in a generous amount on both slices of gluten-free bread.
  4. Tear the lettuce leaves in half and layer them on one of the slices of bread.
  5. Top the leaves with pumpkin seeds. You can also toast the seeds if you like.
  6. Top the sandwich with the other slice of bread. 
  7. Toast the sandwich lightly in a pan without any oil. You can use oil or butter if you prefer. 

3. Fruity Coleslaw sandwich

Here is a unique twist on the classic coleslaw sandwich. Grapes add a nice sweetness and make this sandwich even more interesting. 


  1. Capsicum – ½, julienned 
  2. Purple cabbage – ¼, shredded
  3. Carrot – ½, cut in matchsticks or grated 
  4. Red grapes – 1 handful, sliced in half 
  5. Tahini – 1 tbsp 
  6. Vegan or eggless mayonnaise – 1 tbsp 
  7. Salt & pepper – as per taste 
  8. Oregano seasoning – ½, tbsp 
  9. Almonds – slivered, 1 tbsp 
  10. The Baker’s Dozen Gluten-Free Bread – 2 slices

Preparation method:

  1. Add the julienned capsicum, shredded purple cabbage, red grapes and carrot in a big bowl.
  2. Add the mayonnaise and tahini. You can use double the amount of mayonnaise in case tahini is not available. 
  3. Season the mixture with salt and pepper and add the oregano seasoning. 
  4. Toast the bread slices lightly.
  5. Add the coleslaw mix in a generous amount on one of the slices.
  6. Sprinkle the slivered almonds on top.
  7. Finish off with the other slice of bread. 

Why gluten-free diet? 

Some people don’t have the choice because their body makes it for them in the form of gluten intolerance and celiac disease. But here are the 3 main reasons why any health-conscious individual should make the switch.

1. It helps to manage the symptoms like bloating, diarrhoea or constipation, gas, fatigue which are a result of a sensitive digestive system. 

2. Switching to gluten-free foods helps to manage body weight as well.

3. Gluten-free diet is often rich in fibre with ingredients like tapioca starch, potato starch, etc. 




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