Gluten-Free Wednesdays 2/2/11

Gluten-Free Wednesdays2

We had a great round up of gluten-free eating ideas last week.  Thank  you everyone for your participation.

Giveaway:  This week’s giveaway is the book Go Dairy Free by Alisa Fleming.  It’s a terrific resource for those who are dairy free or thinking about it.

Monthly Challenge:  January’s challenge was to make a gluten-free biscuit.  You can still submit biscuit recipes this week and I will highlight them next week.  Look for February’s challenge to be posted on Thursday.

Last Week’s Highlights:  We had one lonely but great looking biscuit recipe last week.

Grain-Free Biscuits from Chickiepea’s Blog

My Submission:  I thought it was time to post a breakfast recipe, and this is a good one.

baked oatmeal - on plate 
The Carnival:  If you’re new, please read the guidelines.  Remember to leave a link back, and I hope you can take a few minutes to visit some of the other links.  Happy Wednesday!

This linky list is now closed.




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  1. Andrea (Andreas Kitchen) says:

    Hi Linda! I hope you are staying warm!
    This week I am sharing my recipe for Dairy Free Chocolate Ice Cream. You would never guess that there is no dairy in this recipe if you taste it-it's amazing!
    Thanks for hosting!

  2. ChickiePea says:

    Linking my gluten-free granola cookies/bars and chocolate mousse. I enjoyed the biscuit challenge- thanks for featuring us! :)

  3. I LOVE your baked oatmeal idea – I wish I could find certified GF oatmeal here, I have no idea if oatmeal in Europe has the same cc issues with gluten as in the US, but we haven't tried any just in case…

  4. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    Lots of good stuff, as usual, Linda! :-) I linked up a product review of GoGo Organic Pear Juice and a recipe for a green smoothie sweetened with it and an apple–delish!

    Shirley

  5. Pat @ Elegantly, Gluten-Free says:

    Here's my Corn, Tomato, Celery & Onion Salad, a quick and easy lunch or side dish that's GFCF, and I can still find the ingredients for it in my refrigerator/pantry even when the roads are icy and snow-covered (like now).

    I wish I'd been more creative about your biscuit challenge — I'd love some good biscuits, but I was still overfull from the holidays! Not much baking went on all month — certainly not enough to test a new recipe. My loss :(

    I'll be trying some of the biscuits that were linked before too much longer!

    Pat

  6. withoutadornment says:

    Everything looks amazing as usual! I added a Mixed Bean Quinoa Salad with Spinach and Tomatoes. …and I realized that I forgot to add my name to the description. Whoops!

  7. Tia @ Glugle Gluten-Free says:

    I linked up my dairy free "milk" shake. Nice way to fool your taste buds that you are indulging more than you are. Thanks for hosting!

    xoxo,
    Tia

  8. Hi Linda – I'm back this week with an Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie! Looking forward to February's challenge!

  9. Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads says:

    Yum! I really like baked oatmeal. I rarely make it for some reason. I'm thinking I may need to make some this week. :)

  10. Quinoa Nutrition Facts says:

    Wow! These are amazing gluten-free food ideas! I'm sure if quinoa's in the list, a lot of people will love it too! Thanks for sharing these yummy and healthy food ideas. :)

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