Gluten Free Recipe Box: August

As you know, I was inspired by By the Bay’s weekly gluten free recipe roundup to start my own monthly gluten free recipe roundup. After all, there’s a wealth of gluten free recipes floating in the blogosphere out there, and it’s easy to lose track of some real treasures. I was thrilled when our busy, recently relocated By the Bay came back in style with her Totally Not Weekly Gluten Free Recipe Roundup this month. I’ve been continuing to collect recipes, though, so I figured there was still room for two intrepid GF recipe collectors to work in concert. Now that we’ve collected all these recipes, though- your mission is clear. Get ready, get set, start trying some of these gluten free recipes in your own kitchen! And report back on your favorites! Happy baking and cooking!

Peruse Previous Recipe Box Posts
Recipe Box: May-June
Recipe Box: July

Enjoy BytheBay’s Gluten Free Recipe Roundups
Gluten-Free Rosh Hashanah Recipe Roundup 2007
Comprehensive list of all of By the Bay’s roundups

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And now… The Gluten Free Recipe Box for August!

No allergies are going to get the gluten free goddess down. In August Karina brought a
light, vegan Champagne Vinegar Potato Salad Recipe to the table.
indulged her sweet tooth with a Gluten Free Allergen Free Brown Sugar Blueberry Muffin Recipe
shared a delightful, light Vegan New Mexican Spaghetti Squash recipe
and posted a dirty rice and grilled vegetable recipe

Ellen from I am Gluten Free shared a crunchy crunchy Gluten Free Crouton Recipe (Sea’s note: I made these last night! Yum!)

And at Ambrosia there was an intriguing recipe for Indian Chickpea Sweets, a Besan Laddu Recipe

Liz at Kill the Gluten
served up a Gluten Free Creamed Peas Recipe
and Gluten Free Crepe Recipe while
Melony shared a Recipe for Gluten Free Au Gratin Potatoes

Kathy of Gluten Free Kathy brought us a
healthy recipe for Sweet Potato Tortilla Pie that will give you energy for any sports activity!

Gluten Free Gobsmacked

baked a delicious Gluten Free Molasses Bread Recipe
and the cutest little Gluten Free Mini Vanilla Filled Cupcake Recipe

GFCF Mommy baked
an Oooeeey goooeeey brownie cake recipe
and a gluten free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipe

Kelly from Celiac Chicks brought a tasty recipe for gluten freeSmurf Sisters Tabouli

Jean of Gluten Free Organics
shared a Gluten Free Whole Grain Muffin Recipe

Sheltie Girl at Gluten a Go-Go
shared an innovative wasabi coleslaw salad

Rachel at Wheat Free, Meat-Free
prepared a Canned Dilly Green Beans Recipe

Natalie of Gluten free Mommy
and Cornmeal Cranberry Orange Cookies

Naomi at the Accidental Vegetarian refreshed her readers with a
and a vegan, raw foods
Mock Fish Stick Recipe
a Peanut Free, Dairy Free, Egg free Extreme PB&J sorbet recipe
and a Raw Foods Spaghetti Bolognese that looked darned good.

Shauna, the Gluten Free Girl
shared David Lebovitz’s naturally vegan and allergen freeApple Ginger Sorbet Recipe
a tart, refreshing Agave Syrup Lemonade Recipe
a Gluten Free Quinoa Apricot and Blueberry Crumble Recipe
and a road worthy Chickpea salad with carrots, walnuts, and French feta

Nena at Eating Possibly
baked a Gluten Free Peach Bread Pudding Recipe
and in July, she had an amazing Spinach Pecorino Chebe Twists Recipe

I am personally eternally grateful to David at Gluten-Free NYC for
coming up with a Risotteria Bread Sticks for those of us who can’t make it to New York for some Gluten Free Risotto and Bread Sticks- Thanks, David!

Here Sea at the Book of Yum
shared a Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Cheezy Spinach Pie Recipe
a Dairy Free, Egg Free Vegan Enchilada Recipe
a delicious, soy free Vegetarian Fried Rice Recipe
posted my favorite discovery, Buckwheat Savory Crepe Recipe
we had a yummy yummy Baked Lotus Root Chip Recipe
and a Sweet Gluten Free Raspberry Crepe Recipe

The sometimes GF blogger with the beautiful blog La Tartine Gourmande made an amazing
Sweet Almond Oil Quinoa Peach Tart Recipe -Gorgeous AND egg free and dairy free too.
A Chocolate Amaranth Quinoa Cake Recipe
and on the savory side, Eggplant Millefeuille
In July there was also an unforgettable Chestnut and Quinoa Crepe recipe

Steve at Gluten Free Steve
came up with an innovative Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookie Recipe
and a drool worthy Gluten Free Puff Pancake Recipe

The charmingly entertaining David Leovitz
made a fabulous Agave Sweetened Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe

Linda at the not usually GF blog Make Life Sweeter baked some
Weesper moppen Cookies (from Koekje by Jonah Freud) for our event to honor Bette Hagman. Looks delish, Linda!
as well as a totally GF White Chocolate Gnocchi Recipe

Homemades shared a Bubur Injit Black Rice Pudding with Coconut Recipe

Dianne of the U.K. blog Gluten Free Journey
made a mouth-watering but easy to prepare recipe for Polenta Triangles with Balsamic Roasted Vegetables

Jill Elise of Hey that tastes Good!
baked a Gluten Free Vanilla Pound Cake Recipe
and hit a double whammy with a post including a Maine Blueberry Coffeecake Recipe and Corn Fritter Recipe
and made us drool with a Gluten Free Lemon Bar Recipe

Renee at Gluten Free Vegan
scrambled up a French Style Scrambled Tofu Recipe

And, on the meaty side

BytheBay of Gluten Free By the Bay shared a mouth watering recipe for Jamaican-style Spicy Turkey Pastries

Liz at Kill the Gluten
made a family friendly Cream-Cheese Chicken Recipe
and a Gluten Free Baked Bean Recipe
while Melony at the same site created a super yummy looking Pineapple Chicken with Coconut Rice Recipe and
a Rotel King Ranch Chicken, AKA Gluten Free Chicken Enchilada Recipe

Dianne of the U.K. blog Gluten Free Journey
prepared a tasty Hot and Sour Pickled Prawn Recipe

Natalie, the Gluten Free Mommy
baked up a Pantry Beef Casserole Recipe

Mrs. G.F.

simmered a dish of Mussels La Vinnie Testa

Kate at Gluten Free Gobsmacked
shared her love’s recipe for Kate’s Favorite Chicken
an amazing Gluten Free Oven Baked Corn Dog Recipe

Kbabe at Going Gluten Free
channeled IKEA swedish meatballs with a Gluten Free Swedish Meatball Recipe
brought us regional Chinese cuisine with Hui Guo Pork
and Hong Shou Rou – Red Pork

Noteworthy Gluten Free Blogger News

Brandon of Something in Season indicated that the “winter” of his blog may be thawing, with signs of spring… He posted a note to Stay Tuned and in September… well, that’s for the next recipe box. ;)

Karen of Gluten Free Food Reviews baked and reviewed over a dozen Gluten Free cakes in the month of August, including those by Dowd & Rogers, Gluten Free Pantry, Kinnikinnick, and Gluten Free Essentials. It’s a tough job but somebody’s got to do it! Thanks, Karen!

We have a new blogger in the gluten free blogosphere, Melissa, with a lovely new site full of delicious and nutritious gluten free recipes called Gluten Free for Good. She opened the blog with an entry for Bette- such a nice beginning! Welcome to the world of gluten free blogging, Melissa!

On a personal note, I was thrilled by this sweet post about a family’s experience with my okonomiyaki recipe.

And, because it’s fun, here’s the Book of Yum in August, in pictures!

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14 Responses to “Gluten Free Recipe Box: August”

  1. Wow – thanks for putting these together! My favorite non{Book of Yum} recipe on the list is ByTheBay’s Jamaican-style Spicy Turkey Pastries.. yum:) Thanks again – your slide show is beautiful.

  2. Wow- totally fab gluten-free round-up, Sea! And love the slide show. Very cool. Thanks for including me. ;) Karina

  3. I always love your site! I hope you don’t mind that I listed your site on my brand new blog ( as one of my favorite gluten-free sites. I don’t have much up there yet, just one lone recipe, but I hope to add more. You are a great inspiration!

  4. What a great roundup – I need to get cookin’!

  5. Hi Jon- yup, gotta love what BTB can do with chebe! Thank you for the nice slide comments.

    Hi Karina- of course, you are quite welcome!

    Hi Karen- of course I don’t mind. Thank you for the nice compliment.

    Heya Catherine- I know, so many recipes, so little time. It’s a problem! heh heh. (no, seriously, it is!)


  6. *YOU* are amazing.
    Absolutely amazing.
    Such joy!
    And dang -Such hunger! What a list of delectables! I’m off in search of some nosh now! =)
    TY, Sea!

  7. This is wonderful and you are such a sweet girl! Thank you, thank you! I do appreciate your support and love what you you do on your blog. It’s awesome.

  8. Just a quick note to let you know how much I enjoy your site! Also, to let you know that Gluten-Free needs that hyphen :-) It’s the same with anything xxxx-free. The hyphen connects the words.

  9. Hi Kate, Thank you for the response! I’m glad you liked my list.

    Hi Melissa, You’re welcome! Happy blogging!

    Hi Peggy Lynn- Thank you for the comments. Gluten-Free might technically be more accurate, but I tend to use Gluten Free in the interest of optimizing visibility to search engines. *shrug* On a purely subjective note, I think the phrase looks friendlier without the hyphen. Just think of it as grammatical, artistic license. ;) Of course if I were to publish an article or book, it would be an entirely different matter.


  10. Sea, thank you for doing this! What a lot of work but so wonderful to have everything in one place. (Thanks for including me too.) I can’t wait to try some of these! I always enjoy your site.


  11. Hi Katherine- You’re very welcome. Happy cooking!

  12. Thanks for doing this!
    ..but it’s Jill elise not elise!

  13. ok, fixed it.

  14. You’re welcome!

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