Gluten-Free Wednesdays 1-4-12

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonHappy New Year!  I trust that everyone enjoyed their holiday.  We spent New Year’s Day celebrating Christmas with family members who we couldn’t be with while we were out of town at Christmas.

It was a little more quiet than usual at this blog carnival last week, but that’s to be expected.  Thank you to everyone who did participate.  There were still plenty of great gluten-free recipes to be enjoyed.  Take a look if you missed it.

Giveaway: This week’s giveaway is one you may not have hear of before:  Euforia 1,000 Layer Cakes.

Recipe Roundups:  Over the past week I’ve been posting round-ups of my recipes from 2001 by category, and there will be one more to come on Friday.

Monthly Theme:  December’s chocolate theme is over and we are moving on to potatoes for the month of January.  Take a look at the themes for 2012, if you like to plan ahead.

Last Week’s Highlights:

Chocolate Mint Brownies – Gluten Freely Frugal
Creamy Chocolate Milkshake (Dairy Free) – Gluten Free Pantry
Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge – Raia’s Recipes
Egg Nog Fudge – Gluten Free Easily

My Submission:  This I’m sharing an easy kid friendly dinner recipe.

Cheeseburger Fries

cheeseburger fries

The Carnival: Please read!

    • Keep the links to gluten-free eating ideas (recipes, reviews, menus)
    • If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
    • Leave a link back (I will not highlight any recipes that do not link back.)
    • Thanks for participating!

1. Homemade Hemp Milk

2. Garlic and Rosemary Red Potatoes

3. GF Cookies and Cream Doughnuts

4. Gluten-Free Travel Essentials


6. Review of Kettle Cuisine Soups


8. Easiest Yogurt on Planet Earth

9. Starting A Sourdough Starter

10. Healthy Soaked Granola Cereal

11. Sausage & Potato Casserole

12. Caramelized French Onion Dip (w/o Soup Mix)

13. Caramel Nut Clusters (Turtles)

14. Baked Fish With Mango Salsa (Healthy & GF)

15. Slow Roasted Chicken and Broth

16. 8 Reasons To Add Fermented Foods to your

17. 8 Actions to Starting the New Year with Real

18. Quinoa & Ground Turkey Stuffed Peppers

19. Gluten-free chocolate mug brownie

20. Gluten-free allergen-free Sunbutter cookies

21. Cinnamon Sauteed Bananas

22. Homemade Salsa

23. Easy Potato Soup!

24. Sausage Cheese Balls

25. Sweet and Spicy Lentils with Harissa

26. Losing Creek Farm – Hash with Apple Cider

27. Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole

28. Lemon Yogurt Cheesecake (gluten free)

29. Left Over Turkey SOS

30. Top 11 Gluten Free Recipes of 2011

31. Mashed Potatoes and Carrots (Vegan)

32. Rosemary Mashed Potatoes

33. Black Bean & Roasted Vegetable Salad

34. Nutritional Breakdown of GF Flours

35. GF Hash Brown Casserole

36. Glace Icing: Dairy, gluten, & soy free

37. Pomegranate Cider

38. Jam-n-Muffins

39. Lemonberry Muffins

40. Pineapple Coconut Muffins

41. Dark Chocolate Cupcakes (GF)

42. Yummy Breakfast Sandwich

43. Paleo Hoppin John

44. Gluten-Free Coconut Macaroons

45. Beef Short Ribs w/Agave-Mustard Gravy GF, DF

46. Swedish Meatballs (GF, Dairy Free)

47. Not-So Traditional Shepards Pie

48. Dairy Free Scalloped Potatoes

49. Enjoy Life Foods: chewy bars

50. Homemade Instant Oatmeal Packets

51. Crock Pot Pork and Rice

This linky list is now closed.

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  1. says

    Your cheeseburger fries look great! I linked up my Garlic and Rosemary Red Potatoes which are diary free and low fat. I also linked up my Cookies and Cream doughnuts, which are the reason I have to make low fat potatoes. :)

  2. says

    Hi and thanks for hosting!
    I just discovered your blog today and am excited to read more of it!

    Our family has been gluten-free for a year (and on the GAPS diet for most of that). One of the biggest challenges we’ve had to learn to deal with is travel. Whether we’re sending the kids to sleep away camp, enjoying a weekend at the beach, or flying to see family we have to find a way to stay safe!

    I’ve shared a post on what we take with us to make sure we always have something good to eat, no matter where we are!

  3. says

    I shared my Slow Roasted Chicken and 8 Reasons to Add Fermented Foods to Your Diet. Also the top 10 posts of the year at RFF and a post about new year resolutions and 8 actions to take.

    Join me in my Fermentation Challenge starting January 9 at Real Food Forager!
    Thanks for hosting! Happy New Year!

  4. says

    Hi Linda, Thanks for hosting another great week. I’m sharing a post for a all natural Lemon Cheesecake Mouse sweetened with honey and gluten free.

  5. says

    Thank you so much for featuring my Dairy-Free Chocolate Milkshake!

    I shared my Top 11 Gluten Free Recipes of 2011 this week. I also shared a recipe for Rosemary Mashed Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes and Carrots (Vegan).

    Happy New Year!

  6. says

    Happy New Year and thank you for hosting this event! I shared my Black Bean and Roasted Vegetable Salad today which we ate to kick off a healthy new year!

  7. says

    Good afternoon! I’m off theme this week… my friend asked me to make a cupcake recipe and it worked out so well I had to share! (No potatoes…)

  8. says

    I’ve enjoyed your focus on chocolate…of course. Now I’m looking forward to some great potato recipes, too, like those cheeseburger fries you have. Most everyone in my family would love those, no matter their age! I’m linking Boneless Beef Ribs with Agave-Mustard Gravy — a pretty easy recipe for a family-pleaser, that’s GF, DF, egg-free and nut-free.

  9. says

    I LOVE your Gluten Free Wednesdays! I linked 3 recipes this week…cinnamon sauteed apples, breakfast sandwich and crock pot pork and rice. Can’t wait to try some of these other recipes too! YUM

  10. says

    I LOVE your Gluten Free Wednesdays! I linked 3 recipes this week…cinnamon sauteed bananas, crock pot pork and rice, and breakfast sandwich. Can’t wait to try some of the other recipes from this week! YUM!

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