Gluten-free cabbage & potato recipes for St. Patrick’s Day or any day! Over 70 delicious recipes fitting into keto, Whole30, paleo, and vegan diets!
Gluten-Free Cabbage & Potato Recipes.
My family is big on potatoes and cabbage. They really enjoy the dishes I make with them and I don’t mind fixing them up, since they are usually pretty easy and budget-friendly. And with four growing, hungry kiddos (and one more on the way), easy + budget-friendly = mom-friendly. 😉
Today I’ve gathered some delicious recipes from some of my real-food blogger friends to share with you all. From tasty pots of stew and soups to sides and salads, I hope you’ll enjoy these 70+ gluten-free cabbage & potato recipes.
Healthy Classic Stuffed Cabbage – These stuffed cabbage rolls from Prepare & Nourish are the ultimate comfort food the whole family will love. Ground meat and rice filling wrapped in cabbage leaves, topped with flavorful tomato sauce and baked to perfection.
Cabbage Dolmas – This recipe from Delicious Obsessions is quickly became a family favorite. Even better is that they freeze amazingly well, so always double or triple the recipe so you can portion up a bunch for the freezer!
Keto Chicken Cabbage Casserole – This keto chicken cabbage casserole from Prepare & Nourish is an easy and healthy one-pan meal on a busy weeknight or a delicious side dish for a group. It’s low carb, primal and GAPS friendly.
Paleo Egg Rolls – Who doesn’t love an egg roll? These paleo egg rolls from Delicious Obsessions are practically the quintessential Chinese-American finger food. Can be made with ground turkey or chicken to be pork free.
Slow-Cooker Stuffed Cabbage “Un-Rolls” – I present to you the super simple, slow cooker version of “stuffed cabbage rolls,” from Kitchen Stewardship, called “stuffed cabbage un-rolls” because you skip the rolling part.
Superbly Filling & Satisfying Stuffed Cabbage – Are you contemplating making stuffed cabbage but short on time and maybe experience? Try this recipe from Conveying Awareness on for size then let me know if it can be made simpler.
Roast Chicken with Cabbage & Apples – While the chicken roasts, the juices mingle with the cabbage and apple slices to create a saucy, flavorful dish from Gusty by Nature that will please even non-cabbage lovers.
Creamed Napa Cabbage Casserole – This recipe from I Heart Umami tastes extra juicy and delicious in the cold winter. Chinese cabbage casserole is economical, easy to make, and great to feed a crowd. With 8 ingredients only, this is the dish beloved by kids and adults all over Asia.
Lazy Cabbage Rolls – These lazy cabbage rolls from Prepare & Nourish are packed with all the traditional flavors of cabbage rolls but without the rolling part. It’s protein-rich, grain-free, and packed with veggies like carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, and cauliflower.
Instant Pot Chicken Cabbage Soup – This instant pot chicken Napa cabbage soup from I Heart Umami is paleo, Whole30 and keto and ready in 20 minutes. Perfect for fall weather and colder months. Stovetop instructions included!
Poor (Wo)man’s Cabbage Soup – An unbelievably nourishing and tasty soup from Scratch Mommy that is also very kind to your pocketbook, too. With just a few simple ingredients and a crock pot, you’ll be eating a lovely soup to warm and nourish your soul.
Slaws & Salads
Avocado Cabbage Slaw – This avocado cabbage slaw from Prepare & Nourish can be enjoyed as a salad next to a healthy protein or in your favorite tacos. It’s rich in healthy fat, yummy crunch and loads of flavor.
Paleo Beet Salad with Cabbage and Pecans – This healthy and flavorful Whole30 and paleo beet salad from What Great Grandma Ate is tossed with cabbage slices and toasted pecans in a delicious balsamic vinaigrette. It’s the perfect salad to eat on its own or to serve as a side!
Spicy Garlic Cabbage & Carrot Coleslaw – The key ingredient in this salad from Delicious Obsessions is the lacto-fermented garlic and garlic brine. The brine gives the dressing an extra kick of deliciousness, plus, it makes the dressing probiotic, so you’re getting lots of good bacteria in your gut!
Thai Coleslaw – Asian Slaw from Happy Mothering is one of my favorite side dish recipes to make for summer time potlucks and BBQs. It’s not only delicious, but it’s also gluten free, dairy free and vegan.
Cabbage Cucumber Salad – This cabbage and cucumber salad from Prepare & Nourish is a refreshing, healthy, and delicious addition to your meal. Made with just a handful of ingredients, it’s naturally paleo, low carb, and Whole 30.
Creamy Purple Cabbage with Bacon – Our family loves cabbage sauteed with just a bit of butter and sea salt. But, when we really want to kick it up a notch we make this recipe from Intoxicated on Life. It’s rich and creamy. It can pass for a meal in itself.
Oven-Roasted Cabbage Wedges – Did you know that cabbage is one of the oldest known vegetables?? Well, now you do. This oven roasted cabbage recipe from Peace, Love & Low-Carb is so simple and delicious.
Garlic Rosemary Roasted Cabbage Steaks – These one-pan garlic rosemary roasted cabbage steaks from Recipes to Nourish is so easy to make and bursting with flavor! It’s easy on the budget and deeply flavored with herby aromatics and topped with a vibrant chimichurri sauce.
Oven Roasted Red Cabbage Steaks – These roasted red cabbage steaks with Garlic from Prepare & Nourish are a festive take on traditional cabbage steaks. Made with only four simple ingredients, they are flavorful, and delicious and pair perfectly with any protein.
3-Ingredient Cabbage Steaks – These 3-ingredient cabbage steaks from Raia’s Recipes are a perfect side dish for any meal. They’re quick and easy, and don’t require any special ingredients to make them delicious!
Fail-Proof Sauerkraut – Sauerkraut is rich in probiotics and so easy to make with just 2 ingredients. This recipe from Dr. Karen S. Lee is one of the easiest and best way to get your daily intake of probiotics for gut health!
How to Make Sauerkraut – Raw sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables are rich in probiotics and natural enzymes to restore gut health. Learn how to make this healthy and easy restorative food at home with this recipe from Joybilee Farm.
Kimchi – My family loves this easy green cabbage kimchi recipe from Attainable Sustainable. It’s spicy and crunchy and salty. This fermented kimchi is a great side dish for those nights you don’t have time to make a salad, so having a jar of this fermented goodness in the fridge is a timesaver for busy nights!
Korean Kimchi – This authentic Korean Kimchi recipe from Dr. Karen S. Lee is a simplified version of my grandmother’s complicated recipe. It’s called “Mak Kimchi,” an ‘easy’ and ‘care-free’ version that you can make any time of the year with just a few ingredients.
Red Cabbage, Beet & Carrot Sauerkraut – Homemade sauerkraut is a staple, and since kraut is infinitely customizable, make something a little more coloring with this easy red cabbage sauerkraut from Life, From the Ground Up.
Easy 2-Ingredient Sauerkraut – Love sauerkraut? This easy 2-ingredient homemade sauerkraut from Raia’s Recipes is not only delicious, it’ll save you money, too. And it’s perfect for paleo, whole30, GAPS, and more!
Super Easy Sauerkraut – Fermented foods are one of the best ways to get powerful probiotics into your diet, and this easy homemade sauerkraut recipe from A Whole New Mom is likely the most frugal and the simplest way to do it.
Sheet Pan Garlic Butter Salmon, Asparagus, and Potatoes – Garlic butter salmon baked with baby potatoes and asparagus on the side from Prepare & Nourish. A complete meal on one pan – full of flavor and easy to put together. Can be customizable to fit your dietary needs for Whole30, paleo, or low carb.
Autumn Casserole – This autumn casserole from Richly Rooted is a hearty, warming, deep-dish meal from a local chef (otherwise known as my husband). It’s brilliant for breakfast with fresh pressed coffee, or satisfying for supper with a loaf of crusty bread and a brimming mug of apple cider.
Marinated Roast & Red Potatoes – This easy marinated roast from Raia’s Recipes is a sure winner if you’re craving a fancy meal but don’t have hours to spend slaving over a stove. Whether you use the slow cooker or the Instant Pot, it’s equally delicious!
Breakfast Salad – Roasted potatoes, sautéed cabbage and shallots, and puffy scrambled eggs combined for a tasty morning–or evening–meal in one. A tasty way to start off your day from Farm Fresh Feasts.
Sheet Pan Steak and Potatoes with Green Beans – This perfectly seasoned sheet pan steak and potatoes recipe from What Great Grandma Ate is a delicious one pot meal that’s ready in just 30 minutes. Easy to make with even easier cleanup!
Easy Cheesy Shepherd’s Pie – Love shepherds pie? You’ve never tasted it like this before! This naturally gluten-free, family-friendly meal is packed with veggies, ground beef, and sharp white cheddar cheese. Easy cheesy shepherds pie is a delicious and flavor-packed dinner everyone will be asking for again and again.
Easy Chicken Potato Casserole – This chicken potato casserole from Prepare & Nourish is a hearty and satisfying dish featuring chicken, scalloped potatoes, and other vegetables – all baked to perfection in one dish. It’s an easy meal with simple preparation and minimal clean-up – the easy weeknight dinner the whole family will love.
Instant Pot Chorizo with Potatoes – Instant Pot lovers…. plug that thing in! This Instant Pot chorizo with potatoes from the Organic Kitchen is going to be your new favorite meat and potatoes dish. Served alone, with eggs or avocados this meal is quick Whole30 comfort food, OR fold into warm corn tortillas for a spicy version of Tacos de Papas!
Instant Pot Cabbage Soup with Ground Beef – This cozy and comforting Instant Pot cabbage soup with ground beef from What Great Grandma Ate is ridiculously easy, yet so flavorful! It’s a healthy Whole30 and keto cabbage soup packed with all the good stuff. A combination of fresh veggies, canned diced tomatoes, and ground beef make this soup a yummy, low-carb option for busy weeknights, meal prep, or to share!
Creamy Potato Soup – Potato soup from Our Small Hours is one of those foods that hits the maximum deliciousness mark from texture to umami. It’s easy to make, filling, and wonderful the next day as leftovers.
Mexican Roasted Potatoes with Cilantro Gremolata – If you have a hard time figuring out what to serve as a side to Mexican dishes, I have a fabulous idea for you! These roasted Mexican potatoes with cilantro gremolata from the Organic Kitchen!
Butter & Dill Rainbow Potatoes – The comfort of potatoes meets modern kitchen in this 5-minute cooking time side dish from Prepare & Nourish consisting of delicious baby or fingerling potatoes. The crunch of salt flakes and herby aroma of dill weed adds a special touch to this comfort food.
Brussels Sprouts & Fingerling Potato Hash – This Brussels sprouts and fingerling potato hash from the Organic Kitchen is all dressed up for the holidays! Of course you can serve it anytime, but the colors make it a perfect festive dish for the holiday table.
Garlic Smashed Potatoes in the Instant Pot – These garlic smashed potatoes in the Instant Pot from Raia’s Recipes are an easy and delicious side dish for any meal. They’re comforting, filling, and even nutritious!
Paleo & Whole30 Scalloped Potatoes – Indulge in healthy comfort food with these creamy, gluten-free, and vegan scalloped potatoes from What Great Grandma Ate. They are everything you love about the classic side dish, without all the junk and artificial ingredients! Thinly sliced potatoes and a creamy vegan cheese sauce so flavorful you won’t even realize it’s the healthy version!
Grain-Free Scalloped Potatoes – These grain-free scalloped potatoes from Raia’s Recipes are a deliciously safe option for those of you who need a sub for traditional scalloped potatoes. They’re easy, cheesy, and surprisingly healthy!
Loaded Scalloped Potatoes – These loaded scalloped potatoes from Recipes to Nourish are always a crowd pleaser. You can’t go wrong with cheesy, buttery, thinly sliced potato goodness topped with lots of crispy bacon, fresh cultured sour cream and chopped cilantro.
Creamy Potato Salad with Bacon & Chives – This easy, real food creamy potato salad with bacon and chives from Intoxicated On Life is the perfect side dish to take along to your summer picnic or BBQ!
No-Mayo Potato Salad – This real food homemade potato salad from Recipes to Nourish is made the old fashioned way with celery and pickles, is based off of grandma’s old family recipe. This healthier version is “real foodified” without mayo, packed with organic potatoes and filled with herby goodness.
One Pot Irish Banger Skillet – The traditional Irish bangers are usually pork sausage made with wheat flour. Since we’re gluten-free over here, What Great Grandma Ate made them with regular ol’ pork sausage, which worked beautifully. This can also work with chicken as well. With cabbage, potatoes, and carrots, this Irish banger skillet makes a complete, budget-friendly meal your family will love.
Garlic & Parmesan Colcannon – Easy and delicious, this Irish-inspired garlic parmesan colcannon from Raia’s Recipes is a great addition to any meal, or even a simple meal in itself! It’s naturally gluten-free, and grain-free, too!