We have been gluten free for at least some family members in our house for 2 years now. In that time I have found a number of really helpful blogs from which I am able to find many wonderful recipes to help to navigate through the gluten free landscape.
Here are some of my favorites in no particular order.
1) This House of Joy – This is a blog that is wider than Gluten free (some homeschooling posts and other things) but all her recipes are gluten free and allergy free.
2) Intoxicated on Life – All her recipes are gluten free. This blog also has homeschooling resources so is not only a gluten free focus.
3) Gluten Free Girl and the Chef – This was one of my first websites. I followed her instructions for my own gluten free flour mix and have used that ever since. She also explored all kinds of flours which opened many doors for me.
4) Brittany Angell - My favorite coconut flour pancakes come from this site. I also have her 2 cookbooks and have found them to be a great resource. Not only are there lots of great recipes but she teaches how to use the different flours. After studying these books you are equipped to make your own substitutions and adapt your favorite recipes to be gluten free.
And book 2
5) Stir It Up – This blog is not completely gluten free but it is one of my favorite recipe blogs. She always has lovely photos and her recipes taste wonderful. Highly recommended.
6) Allergy-Free Vintage Cookery – This is a blog I discovered through the Healing With Food Friday blog hop I hosted for 6 months. I discovered a wonderful recipe for zucchini lasagna that is now part of my recipe list.
7) Gluten Free on a Shoestring – She has load and loads of gluten free recipes. I don’t make many of them because she has her own flour mix and it is not what I tend to use. But she has alternative GF options for almost any baked good you could want. It is a helpful place to search. She also several cookbooks but I have not seen those.
9) Elana’s Pantry – This is another grain free site with an emphasis on using almond flour. Before Elena I did not even know what almond flour was but now it is a regular part of our baking options. (And I get our almond flour from Honeyville Grains. It is a really nice texture and certified gluten free.)
10) Whole New Mom – Her recipes are primarily gluten free, sugar free and allergen free. She also hosts a weekly blog hop called Allergy Free Wednesdays which has lots of other links to explore.
For more specific GF recipes I have bookmarked check out my Pinterest page.
So if you have not been to these blogs please check them out and let them know I sent you. And feel free to share a favorite GF site with me in the comments below.
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