Adopt a gluten-free blogger May Roundup

This month we had a lovely turnout for the latest edition of Adopt-a-gluten-free Blogger, with some truly enticing gluten-free recipes to show for it. I hope this roundup will inspire you to visit some new blogs and try some new recipes! By the way, if anyone would like to host the Adopt-a-gluten-free Blogger event in the future month or two, I would be absolutely delighted as the next two months will be extremely busy for us here at the Book of Yum. We will be moving to a new apartment later this month, and Baby Yum is expected to make an appearance in mid to late July… so I’d love the help! Just post a comment here and/or email me if you’d be interested.

Emily of Gluten Free Expedition adopted Sheri of Just not Dinner and made her gluten-free doughnut recipe.

Sheri’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Doughnut Recipe

Jessie at Blog Schmog adopted Brian of Fire and Salt and made his Gluten-Free Pizza Recipe.

Brian’s Gluten-free Pizza Recipe
Gluten Free CRUST/BREAD Recipe

Metta of Life’s Delights adopted Renee the Gluten-Free Vegan and made her Lazy Risotto a la Rice Cooker

Gluten Free Lazy Risotto a la Rice Cooker Recipe

Thomas of the GFCF Experience adopted Cassandra of Delightfully Gluten-Free.

Cassandra’s gluten free Rhubarb and Strawberry Crisp Recipe

Rachel of Living without Wheat adopted Linda at The Gluten Free Homemaker and made her gluten-free Beef- Barbecue sandwich.

Gluten-Free Homemaker’s Beef Barbecue Sandwich Recipe

Dave of Gluten-free Portland adopted Gluten-Free Gourmand and made her Lemon Coconut Cream Scone.

Gluten Free Lemon Coconut Cream Scone Recipe

Diane of the Whole Gang adopted Elana of Elana’s Kitchen and made her marvelous gluten-free Twinkies.

Gluten Free Twinkie Recipe

Karen of Gluten-free Sox Fan adopted Karina of Karina’s Kitchen and made her Orange Creme Cupcakes.

Gluten Free Orange Creme Cupcake Recipe

Heather of the Celiac Family adopted Natalie the Gluten-free Mommy and made her Sesame Chicken.

Gluten Free Sesame Chicken Recipe

I adopted Diane of the Whole Gang and made her gluten-free Portobello Polenta Pesto and Baked Spicy Nuts.

Pesto Shrimp on Polenta Portobello Recipe
Gluten Free Toasted Mixed Nut Recipe

Terri of Faking it GF Style adopted the fabulous Ellen of I am Gluten-Free and made her sunflower sushi

Sunflower Seed Sushi Recipe

Linda of Gluten Free Homemaker made Celiac Family’s broiled Parmesan fish.

Broiled Parmesan Fish Recipe

*NOTE: If you participated but your post isn’t here- did you email me at:
Entries must be emailed to me with your photo, post URL, name of recipe (or recipes), and the URL of the original recipe post. If you don’t have a photo to submit please still submit your entry by email. Thanks!


This month’s edition of Adopt-a-gluten-free Blogger is hosted by Terri of Faking it GF Style.
Sign up to adopt a blogger at her blog now!
Thanks, Terri! Baby Yum and I appreciate the help.

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8 Responses to “Adopt a gluten-free blogger May Roundup”

  1. Hi Sea, Is there a reason you didn’t include my post? I made Celiac Family’s broiled Parmesan fish and left a comment with the link. Here it is again. Please let me know if I did something wrong.

  2. Sounds like a busy summer for you! I can’t do the June roundup, but I can do it for July or August.

  3. Hi Linda- I ask participants to email me at adoptaglutenfreeblogger[at]gmail[dot]com with photo, your post URL, original recipe name and recipe URL… this is how your post got overlooked. Sorry, but your link is included now.


    Hi Heather- It would be fantastic if you could host the July event and open it around July 15th, close around July 31, and then do the roundup as early as possible in August. It would be a huge weight off my mind as I’m pretty sure I’ll have a brand new baby to worry about at that time! Let me know if these dates would work for you and let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything I can do to help.


  4. You’re right. I forgot to send the email. I only left the information in the comments. I’ll remember next time (I hope).

  5. what a roundup! Looks like delicious stuff. Thanks for hosting, Sea.

  6. This is always a fun event. I’m always excited to try new things but don’t often take the time to do so. This is that push I need. Thanks SEA for getting us to try new things. Sounds like your summer is about to start off with some new adventures. I hope all goes well. Take it easy during the move. If you still need someone to help with the August hosting for this event let me know. I’d be happy to help out. I had both of my boys in August. Here’s my one piece of advice. Get the car seat into the car way before you need to bring Baby Yum home. We had a hot August day, a woozy me and a hot baby trying to figure out that darn car seat. Thought I was going to pass out. Don’t know why we didn’t try and figure it all out before hand. I guess it’s that whole thing I have with reading directions. Always gets me into trouble. I’m sure you’re smarter than me. Hope you have a cool summer!

  7. I would love to host one as well. Let me know what you need!

  8. Just confirming that I can host the July event. Hope you’ve gotten moved successfully and are feeling well.

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