You will feel so satisfied making my Rainbow Gluten-Free Pasta for dinner one of these evenings. It is so surprisingly delicious and creamy! Your entire family will love it!
Even better, it is gluten-free and properly food combined dish so you won’t feel the bloat like you might from your standard pasta recipes. You’ll be able to digest it much better, which makes us feel so much better all around, in all ways :).
Food combining on a regular basis, as best you can, is a way to break through to a more cleansed and detoxified body. As we continue to make digestion easier and prevent the dreaded bloat, we help to avoid physical and emotional inflammation in our bodies. Our diet plays a huge role in low-grade inflammation in our bodies. And this type of inflammation can lower our vitality and make us more susceptible to diseases.
The Solluna philosophy, outlined in my prior Beauty Detox book and my newest book, Recipes for your Perfectly Imperfect Life, is naturally anti-inflammatory in its dietary and lifestyle approach. It shows you how to find a balance in protein, fat, and carbohydrates. And it is based on nutrient dense, fibrous foods devoid of gluten, dairy, meat, sugar, and processed junk.
To learn more be sure to check out my books. And for now, my Rainbow Gluten-Free Pasta is a great recipe to support you in this!
Why Gluten-Free Pasta
There are so many congestive foods out there that I highly recommend to let go of. And Beauties, pasta made up of gluten is one of them. Gluten is a sticky protein that is difficult for many to digest. Which is why I opt for gluten-free noodles in this Rainbow Gluten-Free pasta recipe.
I like using brown rice gluten-free pasta because it tastes closest to real pasta and is quite filling. Brown rice pasta is among the list of my favorite beauty grains. But we live in a time where there are so many other gluten-free pasta options available. Some of the other choices could be amaranth, quinoa, millet, buckwheat, and wild rice.
Fiber Helps Us Feel Our Best
My Rainbow Gluten-Free Pasta recipe also has something else pretty amazing worth noting. Fiber! All the delicious and nutritious veggies that are in this dish bring some dietary fiber into the mix too. And we all can use a boost of fiber in our lives.
Fiber is often forgotten when people think about their overall health and nutrition. But fiber is such a crucial element in our diet that we need to consume in order to feel our best! Think of fiber as the hairs that are connected to a broom. When you eat fibrous foods that broom goes into your digestive tract and scrubs away all the waste that built up inside over time. Fiber is responsible for keeping you regular and cleansed!
Cleansing and detoxing our insides significantly help other parts of our body as well. And we all want to eat meals that help us feel our very best, don’t we? My Rainbow Glute-Free Pasta will leave you feeling so satisfied with all its delicious flavor and amazing nutritional properties. Be sure to share it with your friends and family too!
Thanks so much checking out my recipe Beauties. Be sure to pin the top picture to your Pinterest board, and tag me in your Instagram posts. I always love to see how your dishes turn out!
Feel Satisfied Rainbow Gluten-Free Pasta
- 4 cups of broccoli florets
- 1 package of gluten-free pasta
- 1 jar of organic dairy-free pasta sauce
- 2 cups of coconut milk
- 1 red bell pepper chopped
- 3 cups of mushrooms
- 2 cups of cherry tomatoes cut in half
- 3 Tbs. curry powder
- 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
- 2 Tbs. turmeric
- Nutritional yeast optional
- Red pepper flakes optional
- Sea salt to tast
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil.
- Add broccoli and let the water return to a boil.
- Once water is boiling add in pasta. Cook 12-15 minutes (as directed by package).
- In a separate pan, saute bell peppers until tender.
- Add in mushroom and simmer until tender (3-5 minutes).
- Next add coconut milk, spices, and stir together.
- Add in red sauce and tomatoes and remove from heat.
- Lastly, add in your cooked pasta and broccoli and toss together.
- Sprinkle on some nutritional yeast and red pepper flakes, season with sea salt and pepper to taste and enjoy!
Lots of love,
Amazing! Tried this one yesterday and it was really good, couldn’t find any gluten free pasta at my local store tho, still good without 🙂
Thanks for checking this recipe out and for giving it a try. So happy you liked it too! Lots of love! 😉
what brand pasta sauce is good to buy thats clean
Do you have any good gf pasta brands you prefer?
Hi Michelle and thanks for the question. I personally like Tinkyada’s Organic Brown Rice Spaghetti pasta. There are several brands out there, so choose what you like best. Lots of love to you! 😉
How many servings would this recipe be for?
Hi Kristin…this should feed 4-6 servings depending on how big the bowls are and how hungry each person is. Test it out according to your families needs. Let us know what you think. Lots of love!;)
I have read a lot of your amazing books!!
We made the pasta!! Family saids Thanks you!!!
Keep up the great inspiring stories and food recipes
Love Laura ????????
That’s amazing! Keep up the great work in taking care of your health and your families too! Lots of love! 😉
I have made the dark chocolate deliah tart twice now. We are heading to the beach to celebrate Canada day and bringing it down!!
Omg! That is sooo good for chocolate lovers.
This is amazing to read Laura! Thank you so much for trying out my recipes and have a happy Canada day! Lots of love! 😉
Kimberly, hello! Love you and all you stand for. My digestion thanks you a million times over!
Anyway, I don’t see where this recipe drains the pasta water. Do you recommend we drain it before adding the pasta and broccoli to the sauce? I’m assuming so.
Thank you so much Mandy for your kind comments. And yes, you will want to drain your pasta. Lots of love to you and continued support! 😉