Gluten-Free Wednesdays 2-12-14

Gluten-Free Wednesdays | The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Hi everyone!  I hope you’re staying warm. We’re gearing up for more snow. I keep thinking, and then forgetting, that I need to clean my oven during this cold weather. It’s also a good time to defrost my chest freezer. But, here I sit blogging and watching the Olympics while snuggled under a blanket. :)

Thanks for joining me and participating in Gluten-Free Wednesdays. I look forward seeing what you have to share with us this week.

Valentine’s Day Desserts

If you’re looking for some homemade chocolate treats that your Valentine will love, here’s my roundup of Valentine’s Day Desserts.

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 2-12-14 | The Gluten-Free Homemaker

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Meringue Hearts

Meringue Hearts | The Gluten-Free Homemaker

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About Linda Etherton

I have been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious. Through sharing recipes, menu plans, and information, I hope to help others enjoy a happy gluten-free life.
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  1. Thanks so much for hosting!

  2. Hi Linda! Great ideas. I should clean my stove and freezer as well. :)
    This week i’m sharing my 5 Minute Chocolate Cake. I hope you have a great week and stay warm.

  3. Hi Linda! I shared my Gluten Free Cookie Cake recipe this week! Thanks for hosting!

  4. Thanks for hosting! I shared my Savory Collard Greens recipe. :)

    • Hi Carolyn. We are not fans of collard greens at this house, but I know they are good for you. Adding bacon is sure to make them more palatable for people who are not fond of the flavor. In fact, I would probably like them that way. Thanks for sharing!

      • Hope you’ll give them a try! 😉
        Thanks again!

      • Linda, you don’t like collard greens? I’m with Carolyn–we’ll have to change that! I have a recipe for collards with ginger and Ethiopian spices that I’ve been meaning to blog–maybe once I post it that will change your mind? 😉

        Anyhow, I agree that collards can be “assertive,” but they’re milder in winter, so now’s your chance! Oh, and did I mention they’re a stellar source of calcium? (And cancer-fighting glucosinolates?)

        • You don’t have to convince me that they’re good for me, it’s a matter of the flavor. The thing is that while I would eat them some, even if I don’t really like them, my family won’t. And I don’t like having to cook separate foods. It’s good to know that they are milder in winter, though. Maybe I’ll give it a try, but no promises. :)

  5. Hi Linda–
    I’m spending a lot of time with an afghan over me, too — can hardly wait for spring! Today I’ve shared a big bowl of Curry Vegetable Red Lentil Soup. It’s GF, DF, egg-free, peanut-free, and can be more, as well as vegan.
    Stay warm!

    • Hi Pat. I’m sipping hot tea as we wait for this storm to hit. I’m sure a bowl of your soup would be perfect for this weather. Thanks for your Gluten-Free Wednesdays participation!

  6. dana kaczmarek says:

    my mom and 13 year old niece is gluten free

  7. Hi Linda,
    Your meringue hearts look great! Thanks for hosting and stay warm…Aloha, Lori

    • Hi Lori. Thanks for your regular participation in Gluten-Free Wednesdays. I always enjoy seeing what you have to share. Your bread looks tasty and healthy!

  8. Thank you so much for featuring my recipe!! What a great round-up :)

  9. Thank you so much for sharing my Raw Zucchini Bread! It’s one of my favorites. I’m sharing a smoothie that uses beet greens and goji berries today. Tastes much better than it sounds. Ha! Have a Happy Valentine’s Day!

  10. Hi Linda, as always, the recipes on Gluten Free Wednesdays look amazing! We’re bracing for the snow, too–I say more time to cook. 😀 Stay warm!

  11. Kristie sexton says:

    Can I be added to your email list plz? My daughter just went through a bunch if testin to find nothing. However, she ticks so many of the boxes for gluten sensitivity that we are going to try an elimination diet. Praying this will help her. Thank you!

  12. Thanks for hosting!

    My submission: Duck breast dinner for Valentine’s Day. Sauce is balsamic-grape. Side is Brussels sprouts roasted in some of the duck fat.

  13. Hey Linda,

    I’m finally leaving a comment after I shared my last link for this week (maybe). I’ve linked up all my Suite of Sweets for Sweethearts recipes and cookbook giveaways to date (Vanilla Pudding, Chocolate Pie, and Red Velvet Cupcakes) plus my 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover … Satisfied with Chocolate roundup from All Gluten-Free Desserts. So many treats for Valentine’s Day!

    I keep remembering Heather’s bread from our retreat! I’m sure I would love it. And your meringue hearts look so good. :-)

    Happy snowy Valentine’s Day eve!

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