The 25 Best Gluten Free Mexican Recipes

Transitioning to a gluten-free diet can seem like a daunting task. luckily find gluten free mexican recipes not challenging at all.

Most of the time, it’s simply a matter of substituting gluten-free (or corn) tortillas.

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Beyond that, most Mexican recipes remain the same.

Mexican Chicken Tacos with Salsa and Herbs

You could make your own gluten-free tortillas if you want. However, stores carry plenty of gluten-free varieties, so why go to the extra work?

Some of the gluten-free Mexican recipes here were written with a gluten-free diet in mind.

Others may not be, so remember to substitute gluten-free tortillas (or chips).

Don’t these pork tacos look beautiful? They are colorful and filled with dense, chunky treats.

You won’t be able to put them down after the first bite.

Fortunately, they taste as good as they look. They are fresh and filling and with a ton of flavors in every bite. You start with a base of warm, meaty pork.

To that, you will add cilantro and fresh, refreshing vegetables. Finally, you will top it off with a bright and flavorful lime cream. Hmm!

If you don’t tell them, no one will guess that this casserole is gluten-free. It’s meaty, cheesy, and full of flavor.

It contains tons of spices and seasonings and everything that makes tacos great. It features layer upon layer of hearty and flavorful ingredients.

My favorite parts are the gooey cheese, the well-seasoned ground beef, and the fire-roasted tomatoes.

However, there is something for everyone in this dish.

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These homemade flautas are more than gluten free. They’re also low carb and keto friendly!

In reality, they are low on everything bad for you and high on deliciousness.

Each one is outrageously low in calories and has just two net carbs. (The ingredients you add can skew this a bit.)

Finally, you can make them with nothing more than keto tortillas and the meat of your choice.

I recommend slapping some cheese, sauce, and onions in there too.

With this recipe, you can make the best chicken fajitas. They are juicy, perfectly seasoned and full of flavor.

The chicken is tender, but the vegetables remain slightly crisp and colorful.

(They’re not rubbery and limp like some veggie fajitas. Yuck.)

Skip the tortillas altogether or opt for corn tortillas. Either way, you won’t hear any complaints from anyone who eats them.

What is a ‘walking taco’, you ask? Well let me tell you!

It’s the least messy and easiest way to eat tacos while wandering through a packed party. You’ll eat them out of a cup instead of a shell!

You can set up a taco bar or make several pre-made cups. I prefer the taco bar since it allows everyone to customize it.

To make it gluten free, make sure the chips are corn tortillas. (Most tortilla chips are made from corn.) It doesn’t get any simpler than that.

Tacos in a glass are not your thing? How about burritos in a bowl? These meatless, gluten-free burrito bowls are hearty, healthy, and delicious.

Each bowl contains black beans, corn, tomatoes, peppers, and more.

Because they are packed with vegetables, they are also packed with numerous vitamins and minerals.

Be sure not to neglect the homemade guacamole. It’s the best part of the bowl.

I don’t know what I like most about these gluten free enchiladas. Maybe it’s that I can make them in 40 minutes with just five ingredients.

Perhaps it’s that they taste exactly like their gluten-free counterparts.

It could even be that they have 14 net carbs and less than 300 calories.

Let’s cover all the bases and say I love all of the above! These Cheesy Chicken Stuffed Enchiladas are amazing in every way.

This tortilla chip-based dish is a traditional Mexican breakfast option. You’ll start with crispy tortillas and load them up with eggs, avocado, and more.

Just be sure to use certified gluten-free tortillas to make your chips.

You can also start with store-bought tortilla chips. Unfortunately, they don’t cook as well as the homemade versions.

Black beans are the ideal Mexican side dish. You can serve them with just about any Mexican or Latin dish.

Actually, you’ll want to serve them with everything when they’re so easy to make.

Dump everything into your Instant Pot. So let him do his thing!

It’s hard to beat that kind of simplicity. Plus, they’re tasty, healthy, and naturally vegan and gluten-free.

As for summer dishes, the fruit salad is one of the best. It’s cool, refreshing, and sweet enough without being over the top.

However, the Mexican fruit salad is a bit different from the traditional dish.

On the one hand, you will use different fruits. Forget berries, apples, and melons.

Separate the mangoes, pitahaya, jicama and kiwi.

Okay, so you’ll also use strawberries and watermelon. Still, this version is much more tropical!

Mix them with a little lemon juice and chili powder. I know what you’re thinking, but do it anyway! The flavor is phenomenal.

Looking for the perfect pico de gallo recipe? Look no further because this one is flawless.

It’s fresh, bright, tart, and has just the right amount of heat.

Use it as a sauce or dressing for fish or chicken. Either way, you’ll be glad you did.

Have you ever tried Lean Cuisine Sante Fe Rice and Beans? That’s what this casserole tastes like, only this one is so much better.

It is more filling and the flavors are much bolder. You’ll love the gooey melted cheese and the richness of the vegetables.

Plus, the rice and beans make it so filling you won’t need anything to go with it.

This juicy, succulent chicken is 100% party approved. It requires only seven ingredients and has tons of Southwestern flavor in every bite.

Spicy lime juice and fresh green chiles bring out the natural flavors of the chicken.

And the smoky, spicy southwest seasoning is amazing. You’ll want to put it on everything.

Did you know that you can make the best horchata with just three ingredients?

You need rice milk, unsweetened almond milk, and cinnamon.

It takes about 5 minutes to mix everything. However, serve it over ice or after refrigerating. The warm horchata is not so attractive.

Although not as prevalent as its red cousin, salsa verde is quite popular. With this recipe, you can prepare it at home.

It is fresh, herbal and earthy. And unless you tweak the recipe, it’s not as hot as the red stuff.

Serve it with freshly baked tortilla chips or even vegetables for dipping.

Your guests will love it, and so will you.

Chicken tinga may not be as popular as tacos, burritos, or enchiladas. Even so, it remains a well-loved Mexican dish.

Give it a try if you fancy something smoky, spicy and tomato flavored. It always reminds me of roast chicken.

However, the flavor is much fresher and a bit lighter.

Need a healthy, low carb, paleo alternative to nachos? Try these mini nachos with peppers. They feature all the best parts of nachos.

There’s ground turkey, lots of seasonings, and fresh gravy.

However, there are no chips at all. Instead, you’ll load all of that into sliced ​​mini bell peppers.

They’re colorful, healthy, and easy to eat on the go. They also make fantastic snacks.

Salmon tacos in corn tortillas are the ideal option for a quick lunch. They’re light, flavorful, and full of fresh, easy-to-love flavor.

Best of all, you can have ten of them ready in half an hour! And did I mention they are super healthy?

They are low in fat and calories and are high in protein.

What are you waiting for?! Try these tacos today!

Taco chili is just chili with a little Mexican flair.

It features juicy chunks of ground beef and plenty of black beans. There are also sweet corn kernels and lots of tomatoes.

Taco seasoning mix gives it that authentic Mexican flair. Then just add your favorite ingredients and it’s ready to eat!

This empanada dough is amazing; no one will believe that it is gluten free. It is light, flaky and extremely buttery.

It’s so melt-in-your-mouth delicious you could almost eat it on its own!

Honestly, this golden dough is my favorite empanada dough.

I like it even better than the gluten-free variety. It seems less greasy and more flavorful.

Add the empanada fillings that you like the most and serve. Your guests will never know the difference.

The Mexican tortilla cake looks (and feel) as a fluffier version of cornbread. It’s so unbelievably light and full of flavor from south of the border.

It’s a low-carb breakfast option you don’t want to miss out on.

(Especially since it takes less than an hour and less than 10 ingredients to make!)

These delicious tamales have everything you love about homemade tamales. Fortunately, they are totally gluten-free.

Like other tamale recipes, these take some time and effort to make. You just can’t make tamales in a hurry.

Still, like other tamale recipes, it’s well worth the time and effort. As my grandmother would say, they are ‘labors of love’.

And those are always a big hit.

People are always surprised when they hear the phrase “healthy taco salad.” I’m not sure why. After all, taco salad is just a lot of vegetables.

If you use lean meat and no cheese, it’s a lively salad.

That’s what this recipe does while leaving out the fries. There’s not much wrong with that!

This recipe gives a sweet and tropical touch to the traditional sauce. It’s as cool and refreshing as any salsa you’ve ever tasted.

However, it also has a light sweetness that is out of this world. It is as colorful and charming as it is delicious.

And it works well as a dip or topping, whatever you need.

In the mood for something thicker and richer than salsa?

Fiesta Mango Quinoa Salad might be just what you need to satisfy your tropical cravings.

It’s a hearty salad with seemingly endless ingredients. Even so, it is not difficult to join.

It takes about 25 minutes from start to finish and is a fairly straightforward process.

Enjoy it alone or with a lean protein main dish. Fish or boneless chicken breasts go well with it.

Gluten Free Mexican Recipes

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