November Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger Roundup

This November I was happy to see a very healthy turnout for the Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger event. Due to my recently restricted diet, I thought it would be better if I stayed on the bench this time around, but I’ve been busy perfecting some allergy-friendly recipes that I hope to share with you all soon. In the meantime, my fellow gluten-free bloggers all tempted me with their toothsome entries that covered the gamut from savory to sweet, breakfast to dinner. I hope you will be inspired by their entries and featured recipes to get to know some new gluten-free bloggers… and of course, I hope to see you participating in the upcoming December Adopt-a-gluten-free-blogger event! Sign up post coming soon.

Heather of Celiac family adopted Fire and Salt and made his firehouse boneless pork ribs.

Recipe for Firehouse Boneless Pork Ribs

Amy at Our PeepShow adopted Simply Gluten-free and made a luscious gluten-free Eggs Benedict.

Recipe for a Gluten-Free Southwestern Eggs Benedict

Rachel from Living Without Wheat adopted Jill
from Hey that tastes good
and made her drool worthy Chinese Dumplings.

Recipe for Gluten-free Vegan Chinese Dumplings

Amy from lifeminusgluten.com adopted the Gluten-free Homemaker and made her homey recipe for Potato Chowder.

Recipe for Gluten-free Potato Chowder

Trish from Gluten Free in SLC wrote about Carrie from GingerLemonGirl, and ventured into the realm of desserts, featuring her Cardamom
Pumpkin Custard Pie.

Recipe for Gluten-free Cardamom Pumpkin Custard Pie

Hope you enjoy these review posts and recipes! See you next month!


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3 Responses to “November Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger Roundup”

  1. I must have missed. What new restrictions are you on now?

  2. Great round up! I’m going to give these a try, especially the potstickers!

  3. What a great idea! when’s the next one?

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