Gluten-Free Wednesdays 3-27-13

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Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays!  This carnival is all about sharing gluten-free eating ideas.   Browse the links below, and add your own if you’re a blogger. 

Recent Posts:  Don’t miss this week’s gluten-free menu plan and  my cabinet organization tips.

Last Week’s Highlights:  Here are a few recipes that might help you with your Easter menu.

Chai Tea Marbled Eggs – Real Food Forager
Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes – Fox in the Kitchen
Earthquake Cake – Gluten-Free Flavor Full
Creamy Waldorf Salad (no marshmallows) – Dancing Carrots
Pineapple Glazed Ham (slow cooker) – G-Free Livin’

My Submission:  This week I have a delicious dessert that would be perfect for Easter.

Flourless Chocolate Cake


If you get this post by email, remember to click over to the site later in the day or sometime tomorrow to see what great ideas have been gathered here.

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!

This linky list is now closed.

About Linda Etherton

Linda has been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease which propelled me into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious, and I never apologize for serving it.
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  1. That cake looks so good! I’m going to make it for my daughter’s 3rd birthday in April. I showed her the picture, and she thought it looked great!

  2. Thanks for hosting Linda! I’m adding my Paleo Ice Cream Sandwiches this week. Have a great night!!

  3. Linda, this week I’m linking up a great guest post on my blog. It’s about traveling gluten free in Korea and has a quiz for readers … guessing if the dishes shown are gluten free or not. Tips are provided for what to look out for in each type of dish and which ones are always “no no’s”.

    Thanks for hosting! You already know I love that chocolate cake. 😉

  4. Hi Linda,
    Thanks for highlighting my Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes. This week I linked up a recipe for Cranberry Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.
    Happy Easter

  5. Linda the cake looks great! I think that will go onto my menu for this weekend!
    I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

  6. I’ve had my eye on that flourless chocolate cake ever since the email arrived on my phone. It looks sooooooo rich and delicious!

    I’m linking up Italian Kale Chips today. Have a lovely week and a happy Easter!

  7. Hi Linda!

    I read your flourless chocolate cake recipe over and over… not even GF flour? I bet that comes out of the oven just gooey and fudgey. Yum!

    Today I shared Kale Paneer, our take on a classic recipe using ingredients we can find here in the Midwest.

    Thanks for hosting!

    • Hi Laura. That’s right–there is no flour at all in the chocolate cake. It is dense, moist, and somewhat fudgey, but I wouldn’t say gooey. Thanks for sharing your Kale Paneer today.

  8. This week I shared homemade trail mix. Thanks for hosting!

  9. Hi… I’m new to this link up. Thanks for hosting. Love all the gluten-free goodies. I shared a recipe for Banana Nut Chia Pudding that is great for breakfast….

  10. I’m showing up late with my GF Carrot Bundt Cake. The recipe has been healthified – I lowered the sugar and oil and since it is a bundt cake it has a glaze rather than a thick layer of frosting.

    Thank you for featuring my Earthquake cake! Have a great Easter!

    • Better late than never. :) The glaze is one thing I really like about bundt cakes and for the very reason you stated. You can avoid a thick layer of frosting. Thanks for sharing, Alea!

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