Gluten-Free Wednesdays 10-30-13

Fresh Food

Hi everyone! Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays. I hope you’re ready to share and browse some great gluten-free eating ideas!

Gluten-Free Halloween Tips

This week I’m sharing my tips for a gluten-free Halloween at Lifetime Moms.

Gluten-Free Menu

Get this week’s gluten-free menu in my new digital magazine format.

Last Week’s Highlights

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My Submission

Crispy Rice Pumpkins

Crispy Rice Pumpkins 2

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The Carnival

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  • Keep the links to gluten-free eating ideas (recipes, reviews, menus)
  • If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
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  • Thanks for participating!

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Comments

  1. Linda,
    Thanks so much for hosting. Love seeing all the gluten free recipes each week.

  2. Thanks for highlighting my recipe from last week. Happy Halloween, everyone!

  3. Hi Linda! This week I’m sharing Cut Out “Sugar” Cookies. I hope you have a great Halloween!!

  4. Thanks so much for hosting!

  5. Thanks for hosting! Today I’m sharing a healthy alternative to traditionally allergen/sugar heavy apple pie. Who needs a rolling pin when you can use a slow cooker to make something just as tasty instead??

    Have a happy, healthy week!

  6. Thank you for hosting:) I’m sharing Soaked Whole Grain Flatbread and Carob Sesame Crackers (which use leftover almond pulp).

  7. Happy Wednesday, Linda! Today I’m linking up my Creepy Crawly Caterpillar Soup (which evolved from our gfe retreat) and my Power Balls from last week. :-)

    I love all the Halloween goodies here (including your super cute–and I’m sure delicious–crispy rice pumpkin treats!) plus the usual goodness and info. ;-)

    Thanks!
    Shirley

  8. Halloween is an occult holiday related to dead spirits and the likes. Real Christians (only about 8-9% of American now) do not celebrate it. It is very sad that these occult activities are so main-stream in our country, but just an indication of the times. Too bad there are not more boycotts.
    So – no halloween food for me – GF or not.

  9. Hi Linda, Thanks for hosting! This week I shared a recipe for baked pork chops with apple-thyme gravy.

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