What can I eat that’s gluten free? 11-18-09

What can I eat

Welcome to this weekly blog carnival of gluten free eating ideas.  Please browse through the links and add your own.  If this is your first time linking up, please read the guidelines here.

I’m very excited that this carnival has been growing recently, and I appreciate all of you who have participated.  Since I’m now posting my recipes separately, I thought I would use this post to highlight a few links from last week. There were several breakfast recipes which you should take a look at, if you haven’t already.

First, we had TWO mouth watering recipes for pumpkin pancakes from:

Second was a post full of healthy, gluten-free breakfast options with great photos from:

I have two submissions this week. 

spaghetti squash casserole on plate

Spaghetti Squash Casserole

cheese sauce on cauliflower


Cheese Sauce

I look forward to seeing what you post each week, and even if I don’t use your idea or recipe exactly, it often inspires me in some way.

Please remember to leave a link back here somewhere in the text of your post.

1. Brian (GF Green Bean Casserole)
2. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Raw Carrot Cupcakes with Coconut Cashew Frosting
3. Katrina @ Gluten Free Gidget- Oat So Good Bread (GF/DF)
4. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang- Pancetta Sage Sausage
5. Sandy@A Little Bit of Heaven-The Perfect Breakfast
6. Debbie (Millet grits)
7. Amy @ SS&GF (Ancho Chili-Espresso Rubbed Pork Tenderloin)
8. Chelsey – Fresh Corn Tortillas
9. Kim – Gluten-free is Life- (Overnight GF Oats)
10. The Cooks Next Door (Thanksgiving)
11. Janelle – Chicken Tortilla Soup
12. Kim, The Food Allergy Coach (Tapioca Apple Pudding)
13. Heather @Celiac Family (Red Beans and Rice)
14. Cheryl@SomewhatCrunchy (PorkorChicken in Coconut Sauce)
15. Lauren of Celiac Teen (Maple Snickerdoodles)
16. Shirley @ gfe–Special Turkey Breast
17. Chaya – Wild Rice with Vegetables
18. Sweet and Savory – Cheese Latkes
19. Caitlin (chicken pot-shepherd’s pie)
20. The Sensitive Pantry – Banana Walnut Oat Pancakes
21. Yadi- GF Pumpkin Bread

About Linda Etherton

Linda has been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease which propelled me into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious, and I never apologize for serving it.
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  1. Thanks Linda! I'm so excited to make your french bread rolls for Thanksgiving!

  2. UnfinishedMom says:

    I've only just realized you are in Maryland too! Wow! I have this growing list of Maryland bloggers I love to follow. Thanks for the visit today.

  3. When I posted this to my blog last night I didn't know your carnival was going to feature breakfast! How fun! Breakfast has been a dilemna for me. Thank you all for the ideas! Linda, I am enjoying your ebook. Thanks.

  4. The Gluten-free 'Dish' says:

    Linda, I think we all look for new ideas for breakfast. Thanks for hosting the carnival.
    I just linked to my Millet Grits.

  5. Amy2804@gmail.com says:

    No breakfast here…unless, like me, you eat leftovers for breakfast. :) I am glad that this carnival is growing, too. It's a great source of information for those that need to eat gluten-free.

  6. Tasty Eats At Home says:

    This reminds me that I need to post some breakfast dishes. My breakfast routine changes often. I eat gluten-free oats with raisins, agave nectar, and cinnamon sometimes. Sometimes I eat a baked sweet potato. Sometimes I have a Lara bar with fruit. One day this week I ate leftover gluten-free cake (shame!). If I plan ahead, I hard-boil eggs and bring one with fruit and nuts. This morning, I had a brown rice tortilla wrapped around a scrambled egg, cheese, and a squirt of Sriracha. I try to keep things interesting! :)

  7. Lauren says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my pancakes Linda! I'm so glad the carnival is growing =D.

  8. Shirley says:

    After I reminded everyone about your carnival on Tuesday, I still forgot to link back on Wednesday! I need someone to keep me straight. LOL Anyway, it's not breakfast, but it is timely with Thanksgiving coming up. 😉 For breakfast, I always have to have some protein, that makes a huge difference to me. After my green smoothie this morning, I think I'll have some of my leftover turkey breast. I love it cold. :-)


  9. It's great to see all the ideas and recipes being shared here. Thanks for hosting this blog carnival.

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