What Can I Eat That’s Gluten Free?

Welcome to this weekly carnival of gluten free eating ideas.  Please join in by visiting the links below and adding your own.  If this is your first time participating, you can read the guidelines here.

Next week the carnival will have a theme of party foods.  With holiday parties coming up, we could all use some new ideas.  Share an appetizer, main dish, dessert, or drink – anything you might serve at (or take to) a holiday party.  Of course, as always, the theme is only a suggestion.  You can link to any gluten-free eating post you like.

This week I thought I would highlight a couple of people who were late in linking up last week, just in case you missed theirs.  Both look great, so be sure to check them out.

Similar to my own entry this week, Caitlin of Blooming Rose has a
Chicken Pot-Shepherd’s Pie.
Nancy of The Sensitive Pantry has
Banana Walnut Oat Pancakes.
Yadi of The Gluten Free Diaries has
Pumpkin Bread.

My entry for this week is:

Chicken (or turkey) Pot Pie  – I use green beans instead of peas and add my biscuit dough on top.

chicken pot pie



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Comments

  1. gfe--gluten free easily says

    I've included my whole Thanksgiving roundup this week. Hope that's okay. I see that some people state that their post is linked to What can I eat? whenver they post it even if it's a few days before. I didn't know you could do that! LOL Guess I need to get in that habit and then update the link once your post is up. 😉

    Party foods are always great. I have my favorite appetizer I'll share.

    Happy Thanksgiving all!
    Shirley

  2. Heather @CeliacFamily says

    I remembered to link up my recipe for shredded Mexican Chicken. Hope you give it a try. As long as you include the chicken broth and back off on the time (maybe 4-6 hours) I think your hot-cooking Crock-Pot will still do it justice.

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