Adopt a gluten-free Blogger November 2010 Belated Roundup


Dear Readers, Thank you for your patience in waiting for this belated roundup. It took time for me to have the spirit to get back into blogging for our event, and I appreciate how understanding everyone has been. The next edition of Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger will open for adoptions on the 15th of January, and I look forward to seeing my favorite bloggers participate! Thank you again, and now let me reward your patience. Let the roundup begin!

In November, I adopted Elana of Elana’s Pantry and made a feast from the recipes from her blog as well as her cookbook.

Recipes:
Chestnut with Brussel Sprout Recipe
Vegan Pumpkin Custard Recipe
Gluten-free Vegan Pumpkin Bars
Cauliflower Rice
Gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Alta Mantsch from tasty eats at home adopted Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen and made their wild rice dressing.

Recipe:
Wild Rice Dressing


Gigi of Gluten-free Gigi adopted Jeanine at The Baking Beauties and made her Gluten-free Oreo Cookies

Recipe:
Gluten-free Oreo Cookie Recipe


Jen of A Life of Sugar and Spice adopted Jill of Hey that Tastes Good and made her gluten-free Mustard Breaded Pork Chop Recipe.

Recipe:
Mustard Breaded Pork Chop Recipe


Ellen Allard the newly dubbed Gluten free Diva adopted Kim from Cook it Allergy Free and made her Berry Green Smoothie

Recipe:
Berry Green Smoothie Recipe


Diane adopted Kelly of the Spunky Coconut and made her tasty pie crust.

Recipe:
Goji Raw Cacao Pie



Kathleen of I Made Toast adopted Heidi of Adventures of a Gluten-free Mom and recipes peppermint bark and Gluten-free Chow Mein Noodles.

Recipe:
Peppermint Bark
Gluten-free Chow Mein Noodles



Debi from Hunters Lyonesse adopted Shirley of Gluten Free Easily and made a ton of delicious recipes including Candy Carrot Coins, Super-Charged Garlic Lemon Broccoli, Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies , and Flourless Almond Cookies.

Recipes:
Candy Carrot Coins
Super-Charged Garlic Lemon Broccoli
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Flourless Almond Cookies



Wendy from Celiacs in the House adopted Stephanie of Wasabimon and made Peanut Curry Hot Cocoa, Pad Thai, Yellow Thai Curry, and PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps.

Recipes:
Peanut Curry Hot Cocoa
Pad Thai
Yellow Thai Curry
PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps



Valerie of City Life Eats adopted Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free this month and made her Black Bean Chili with Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard and her Apple & Carrot Breakfast Cake. Both were reportedly lovely.

Recipes:
Black Bean Chili with Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard Recipe
Gluten-free Apple & Carrot Breakfast Cake Recipe


Tia adopted Ellen the Gluten-free Diva and made her Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup.

Recipe:
Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup


Teresa of Sweet Pea adopted Li Loves David and made her gluten-free pot-stickers. Yum!

Recipe:
Gluten-free Pot Stickers Recipe

Thomas Dzomba of the GF CF Experience adopted Brittany at Real Sustenance and made her GF and vegan chocolate chip cookies:

Recipe:
Gluten-free Vegan Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie Recipe


Michelle of Gluten-free Smiles adopted Lauren the Celiac Teen and made her Nanaimo Recipe.

Recipe:
Nanaimo recipe and Gluten-free Graham Cracker Recipe


Rachel The Crispy Cook Adopted Linda, the Gluten-Free Homemaker and made her Applescotch Dessert.

Recipe:
Applescotch Dessert


Noelle from noelle likes good food adopted Jenn from the whole kitchen and and tried her Hearty Lentil Soup.

Recipe:
Hearty Lentil Soup Recipe



Christi of Chaos in the Kitchen adopted Ginger Lemon Girl and made Aunt Linda’s Amazing Broccoli Puff and Streusal Topped Fresh Blueberry Muffins.

Recipes:
Aunt Linda’s Amazing Gluten-free Broccoli Puff Recipe
Streusal Topped Fresh Blueberry Muffins



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6 Responses to “Adopt a gluten-free Blogger November 2010 Belated Roundup”

  1. Fabulous WOW roundup. Thank you so much, Brenda, for including me AND for taking the time to put this post together. I know how much work goes into assembling the pictures and text – you did an outstanding job!!!

  2. Now that’s a wonderful spread up there. From GF Chow Mein Noodles to Wild Rice Dressing to Homemade Oreo Cookies, it all looks so good. Can’t wait for the next event.

  3. Belated is certainly better than never. This looks amazing!!!

  4. Who says gluten-free eating is boring. Your round-up and the photos just show how much variety we have in our diets. Thanks for putting this together and being a hub for the gluten-free community. You are loved and appreciated.

  5. That is a lot of recipes. And cooking. And yummy goodness. With all of those adoptions and all that is/was going on for you, I am amazed you got this up as soon as you did. That is a lot of work. Thank you for hosting and doing all of this work. I really like this event and like to participate as much as I can. It has also helped to introduce me to some great gluten-free bloggers and people in general, you being one of them, of course.

    I think the only bummer about this being up now is that Baby Yum and her snowman do not come up first when I come to your blog. I love the pictures and the story.

    xoxo,
    Tia :P

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