Welcome to the roundup for the September edition of Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger! I hope you will all sign up to adopt your own gluten-free blogger this month with Lauren at As Good as Gluten. Lauren kindly offered to host this month and I am so grateful, because it will give me some much needed time to work on my PhD dissertation. Please show Lauren the adoption love and while you are there, check out her wonderful blog.
Lexie of Lexie’s Kitchen adopted Allyson of Manifest:Vegan and made Lemon Poppyseed Waffles.
egg-free Lemon Poppyseed Waffles
Kalinda of Wheat-free Meat-free adopted Maggie of She Let them Eat Cake and made Carrot Muffins.
Carrot Muffin Recipe
Valerie of City Life Eats adopted Katie of Nourishing Flourishing and made three recipes: Dark Chocolate Chip Almond Biscotti, Double Dark Chocolate Doughballs, and Dark Chocolate Chip Doughballs.
Dark Chocolate Chip Almond Biscotti
Double Dark Chocolate Doughballs
Dark Chocolate Chip Doughballs
Lauren @ As Good As Gluten adopted Heidi @ Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom and made her Gluten-Free Power Sticks/Truffles and Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal.
I at the Book of Yum adopted Kim of Cook it Allergy Free and made pineapple upside-down cakes, dairy-free srirachi fingerling potatoes, chia chai spiced apple bread, dairy-free mochachino with chia, and cinnamon icebox shortbread cookies. Yum! I also reviewed her awesome allergy-friendly recipe Iphone or Ipad App and hosted a giveaway.
Alta Mantsch of Tasty Eats at Home adopted Lexie of Lexie’s Kitchen and made dairy-free jalapeno poppers, egg-free fried green tomatoes, and stuffed squash.
dairy-free jalapeno poppers
egg-free fried green tomatoes
sausage stuffed squash
Heather of Gluten-free Cat adopted Valerie of City|Life|Eats and made Chocolate Zucchini Chia Pudding and her Azuki-Edamame Hummus.
Shirley of Gluten-free Easily adopted Tia of Glugle Gluten Free and made her Apple Crumb Muffins.
Apple Crumb Muffins
I love it when readers are inspired to adopt a blogger even when they don’t have a blog. Ninufar adopted Adventures of Vegirl and made some delicious chickpea pancakes.
Vegan Chickpea Pancakes
I was excited to try this recipe, because it looks pretty simple, and also because I accidentally bought 4 lbs of chick pea flour at once. I made the recipe exactly, omitting optional sweeteners and using the larger amount of water. Putting this together was easy. (See preparation pic.)
Since I don’t own a big griddle, I preheated my one cast-iron pan and my one non-stick pan. Oiled both with spray olive oil, taking the pan off the stove each time. (Safety is good!) I managed to dislodge the burner element under the cast-iron pan while trying to scrape out the third pancake, and in general, I would go with the nonstick pan for these in the future. And medium heat, not low, on my stove.
The final product pic shows some of the gorgeous ones and a few balky ones on the side… the taste was pleasant and nutty, just right. I was so happy they came out, because even with very vigorous whisking, my besan flour still had small lumps in it. All the pancakes cooked through anyway.
Hard-core foodies will likely want to dress these up, but I just put some more applesauce on mine. Something I enjoyed, filled up on, and will be happy to tuck into my lunchbag all week, yay!
Thanks, VEGirl, & thanks Sea for posting this.