Gluten-Free Wednesdays 4-3-12

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonHappy April everyone!  And welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays.  This carnival is all about sharing gluten-free eating ideas.   So take a look at the links below and leave a comment when you visit them.  If you’re a blogger, I hope you’ll add your own gluten-free link.

For those of you who 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.

Giveaway: This week I reviewed products from a company you may not be familiar with—From the Ground Up.  Enter for a chance to win their muffin mix, pancak/waffle mix, and baked zucchini bread.

The Blender Girl has an awesome KitchenAid mixer giveaway going on this month.  In celebration, she is featuring a gluten-free recipe from various bloggers each day.

Monthly Theme:  April’s theme is lemon.  We love lemon in desserts, but the theme is not limited to sweets.  It is helpful if you include the word lemon in your link title so I don’t miss it.  I’ll be looking for a few lemon recipes to highlight each week.

Last Week’s Highlights:  There were many great muffin recipes last week. Thanks for so much participation in March’s theme.  Here are a few:

Pear Muffins with Jam Filling – Premeditated Leftovers
Grain-Free Blueberry Muffins – Pure Vitality
Teff Muffins – Gluten Free Shortcuts
Amaretto Muffins – Andrea’s Kitchen
Applesauce Muffins – Gluten Free Easily
A-B-C Paleo Muffins – Our Natural Journey

My Submission:  This week I have a homemade Easter treat that kids both big and little are sure to enjoy.

Chocolate and Peanut Butter Easter Bunnies

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. Macaroons: GAPS, Paleo, Primal

2. Crustless Bacon Asparagus Quiche

3. Grain-Free Apple Kugel

4. Purple Pickled Eggs

5. Root Vegetable Pot Pie – GF DF

6. Double Chocolate Muffins/Cupcakes – GF V Sug

7. Hail Merry Lemon Tart Knock-Off

8. Chocolate Crepes with Lemon Cream Sauce






14. Savory Sprouted Kamut Porridge

15. Roasted vegetable + chickpea quinoa bowl

16. Growing Onions: A Primer

17. Perfect Weekday Eggs

18. Chicken Tacos

19. Lemon Curd Thumbprint Heart Cookies

20. Jenn Cuisine (Dk Choc Grain Free Brownies)

21. Individual Lemon Cheesecakes

22. Sausage Broccoli Risotto

23. Egg & Ham Sammies

24. Easy GF Waffle Recipie!

25. Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

26. How to Cook at Cauliflower Steak

27. Red Lentils make great soup

28. Lemon Garlic Pasta with Mushrooms

29. Turn Forgotten Fridge Items Into An A+ Meal

30. Giveaway: The Flavor Bible

31. GF German Noodles (Spaetzle) + Collard Greens

32. Pumpkin Mochi Muffins (Shirley @ gfe)

33. Orange Honey Choc Chip Muffins (Shirleygfe)

34. {GF & Vegan Brownies}

35. March Muffins Madness Roundup (Shirley @ gfe)

36. Apple Cinnamon Spice Cake (GF , V)

37. Potato Leek Soup (Vegan)

38. Potato Pudding (naturally sweetened, GF)

39. Make Your Own Rice Flour

40. Creamy Cantaloupe Smoothie

41. Whole Food Meal Plan (many GF recipes)

42. Classic Coconut Macaroons

43. Creamy Vegan Broccoli Soup (SCD Friendly)

44. Veggie and Sun Dried Tomato Turkey Burgers

45. Homemade Gluten-Free Dog Treats (GF/DF)

46. Cinnamon Bites & Pepita Brittle

47. Banana Walnut Pancakes (Grain-Free)

48. Parmesan Pork Chops GF

49. Preserved Lemons

50. Chewy Chocolate Macaroons (Grain Free)

51. Cauliflower and Lentil Soup GF SCD

52. Roasted Chicken and Potatoes, French Style

53. Grain Free Girl Scout Thin Mints

54. Fresh Lemonade

55. Lightly Lemon Coffee Cake {GF & EF}

56. Leftover Rice – For Breakfast

57. Gluten-free lunch box

58. Coconut Orange Date Balls [vegan] [GF] [Raw]

This linky list is now closed.

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  1. says

    I shared a recipe for grain-free apple kugel, amazing macaroons and purple pickled eggs.

    Join the fun! I’m giving away 2 pounds of Celtic Sea Salt!

    Thanks for hosting!

  2. says

    Thank you for highlighting my Amaretto Muffins Linda!
    I had to use an older post of mine to stay in the lemon theme today. I shared my recipe for Lemon Curd Thumbprint Heart Cookies. I used Meyer Lemons for the curd, but you could use “regular” lemons and just use less juice and zest.
    Thanks for hosting!

  3. says

    Thanks so much for hosting Linda! I’m sharing a video on How To Turn Forgotten Fridge Items Into An Amazing Meal and I’m also giving away a copy of The Flavor Bible, my new favorite cooking resource.

    Happy Easter!

    • says

      France, I bought The Flavor Bible about six months ago, and I use it all the time. It’s now my favorite cooking resource too. I need to write about it here.

  4. says

    Those chocolate and pb bunnies look so yummy. I can’t eat pb anymore, but I’ll have to try them with sunbutter :)

    I’ve posted a gluten free Spaetzle recipe, they are German egg noodles, which I’ve updated by serving them with some healthy sauteed collard greens.

  5. says

    Hey Linda, thanks so much for hosting and for highlighting my Applesauce Muffins. :-) As I was finishing up my March Muffin Madness event to coincide with that *other* March Madness event 😉 I’ve shared the last three posts, including the roundup with the muffin linky. So many great recipes have been shared already!

    Love all the Easter and spring recipes/posts shared here!

  6. says

    Hi There Linda,

    I LOVE your theme this month! And I’ve got a nice lemon themed dish for you today…

    Creamy Vegan Roasted Asparagus Soup, complimented with fresh lemon juice and thyme. This dish is also SCD friendly.

    Also sharing some veggie and sun dried tomato turkey burgers we made on Monday night. So good!

    Have a beautiful week! Happy spring.


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