Everyday Health Gluten-Free Recipe Contest

EverydayHealth.com is kicking off the new year with a gluten-free recipe contest.  The winner will receive 32GB iPad with Wi-Fi in addition to four Gluten-Free Apps and Everyday Health Apps.  Now that’s a prize I would love to win!  However, I won’t be entering this contest because I will be one of the finalist judges.

In order to enter this contest you must register for membership (it’s free) on the Site’s Community Group—“ New Year, New You Challenge.” Three finalists will be chosen according to who has the most comments.  You must also be registered to comment.    The finalists will then be judged by the Gluten-Free Guru panel.  For more detailed information read the Gluten-Free Recipe Contest Official Rules.

I hope that many of you will participate in this contest.  You do not have to be a blogger to enter.  Just register and submit your favorite healthy, delicious, gluten-free recipe and ask your friends and family to comment.  You will be helping the gluten-free community by sharing your great recipe, and you might win an iPad as a result.

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  1. Jenn says

    It looks like a fun contest! Sadly, living en Suisse I am not eligible :( But I'll make sure to take a look at everyone's awesome recipes that they submit!

  2. Tracy says

    Looks fun, can't wait to see the recipes. I'm in Canada, I'll enjoy watching from the sidelines :)

    Good luck with your judging roll, I'm sure it won't be an easy one.

  3. {Livin' a sweet and salty life} says

    Linda! I received an email inviting me to the contest and saw you were a judge! How exciting :). I entered a {Chocolate Ganache}. It's some rich fudgey goodness :). Thanks for the weekly link up as always.


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