Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger Roundup: March Edition

We had a great turnout this month and I hope that we can keep it up! Look for the April Edition signup on April 15th… but you can start thinking of a blogger to adopt today. If you’re stuck, feel free to check out my list of Gluten-free Blogs. If you’re not on the list and would like to be, email me or leave a comment below.

And now… for the adoptions!

Ricki from Diet, Dessert and Dogs adopted Cheryl of GF Goodness and made her Curried Coconut Greens.

Curried Coconut Green Recipe

Wendy from Celiacs in the House adopted Jessie from Blog Scmogand, or glutenfree4goofs, and made her noodles.

Goof’s Gluten-free Noodle Recipe

For a change of pace, Diane of the Whole Gang adopted cookbook author Ali of Whole Life Nutrition and made her Vegetable Frittata with Potato Crust

Recipe can be found in Ali’s cookbook on the left on page 116.
Investigate Ali’s other recipes at her Gluten-free Whole Foods Blog

Cheryl of Gluten Free Goodness adopted me and made my Chickpea and Spinach Curry.

Chickpea Spinach Curry Recipe

Anna of Gluten-Free Anna adopted Elana’s Pantry and made her purple velvet torte.

Gluten-free Purple Velvet Torte Recipe

Trish of Gluten-free in SLC adopted Heather of Life, Gluten Free and made her onion rings.

Gluten-free Onion Ring Recipe.

Emily of Gluten Free Expedition adopted Karina at Karina’s Kitchen and made her GF Foccacia Bread.

Karina’s Gluten-Free Focaccia Recipe with Garlic

I adopted Jill of Hey, that Tastes Good and made her New Gluten-free Biscuit Recipe.

Jill Elise’s Gluten-free Biscuit Recipe

Thomas of the GFCF Experience adopted The Good Eatah and made her Gluten-free Casein-free Caterpillar Cake

Gluten-Free Casein-free Caterpillar Cake Recipe

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5 Responses to “Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger Roundup: March Edition”

  1. Hi Brenda,

    I would love to join adopt-a-blogger but don’t even know where or how to get started. Can you help me? Thanks!

    best, Ellen

  2. Ellen,
    Check out the tab at the top of the page (between GF Links and Ask Sea) for more about Adopt-a-Gf-Blogger. Around April 15 there will be a sign up sheet where you can comment and “adopt” a GF blogger of your choice. You make one of their recipes, blog about it, and contact me. Hope this helps!


  3. ooh, what a yummy roundup! thanks for hosting.

  4. Lots of good stuff again this month. I hope to be able to participate in May–I only buy groceries once a month, so I have to plan waaayyyy ahead. We are also moving to our summer job towards the end of April so participation for April is out–no trying new stuff until we are settled in. Thanks loads for hosting this fun event!

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