Coming up with family-friendly meals that everyone enjoys can be a tough task at the best of times, but when one or more of your family is gluten-free, it can feel almost impossible. This conundrum can often result in having to cook two separate dinners per night to accommodate those who are eating gluten-free. It’s not exactly time- or cost-efficient.

However, using Becky Excell’s recipes, it’s possible to create delicious gluten-free dishes the entire family will love, regardless of whether they eat gluten or not. Here, you’ll find an eclectic variety of budget-friendly meals that taste great, incorporating fakeaways, home comforts and other surprises that gluten-free eaters might normally miss out on.

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  • Two servings of tuna pasta bake with a watercress salad

    Gluten-free tuna pasta bake

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.3 ratings

    Tuck into a comforting bowl of cheesy tuna pasta with spinach and peppers. It's an easy family meal for weeknights and freezes well, too

  • Chicken & cashew nut noodles served in a saucepan and bowl

    Chicken & cashew noodles

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.4 ratings

    Rustle up this speedy noodle dish with chicken, cashews, carrots and red peppers in under 25 minutes – it's gluten-free and high in protein

  • A serving of roasted vegetable cheese & cheat's tomato risotto

    Roasted vegetable cheese & cheat's tomato risotto

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.2 ratings

    Combine courgettes, peppers, passata and cheese to make this simple risotto. It's gluten-free, vegetarian, and makes an easy meal for four

  • A serving of air-fryer fish & chips with mushy peas

    Air-fryer fish & chips

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.3 ratings

    Use your air-fryer to make this British classic. Choose white fish such as cod, haddock or basa, and serve with mushy peas and tartar sauce

  • Spiced fried rice with sausage in a wok

    Spiced fried rice with sausage

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.6 ratings

    You can whip up this quick and easy spicy rice with leftover sausages, adding peppers and peas for pops of colour of fresh flavour – it's also gluten-free

  • Stroganoff meatballs in a large frying pan with mash alongside

    Stroganoff meatballs & mash

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.8 ratings

    Make a stroganoff sauce with mushrooms as the base to serve with meatballs, mash and spinach. It's sure to be a crowd-pleaser

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