Gluten-Free Wednesdays 6/29/11

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Happy Wednesdays!  Can you believe that June is almost over?  You all have come up with some great salad recipes this month.  I so appreciate everyone’s participation in the carnival.

Please add your gluten-free eating idea link below and then visit and comment on a few others.

Reader Survey: If you haven’t done so yet, please help me out by completing my reader survey.  It won’t take long!

Monthly Challenge: June’s challenge is to create a gluten-free salad.  I really wanted to work on a potato salad recipe this month, but it didn’t get done.  I’ll continue to highlight salad recipes that are linked up this week.  Next month’s challenge will be up on Friday.  I’ll be looking for those recipes next week.

Last Week’s Highlights: You all have done a great job of coming up with tasty and healthy salads this month.  Be sure to take a look at these.

Grilled Vegetable Salad – City|Life|Eats
Mexican Coleslaw – Live Free, Gluten Free
Tuna & White Bean Salad – Easy to Be Gluten Free
Arugula Salad with Pork & Fresh Cherries – Andrea’s Kitchen
Lime & Mint Chicken Coleslaw – Laurel of Leaves
Creamy Pesto Pasta Salad – Diet, Dessert, & Dogs
Jicama Rainbow Salad – Gluten Free A-Z Blog

My Submission: This week I’m sharing a quick and easy no-bake treat.

Chocolate No-Bake Cookies

chocolate no-bake cookies

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.

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  1. says

    Thanks for hosting this swap! I accidently hit the wrong button and it shows my facebook icon instead of the picture of my squash casserole. Sorry!!

  2. Wendy @ Celiacs in the House says

    Hi Linda. I’m sharing a quick review I did of a new cookbook I’m using in my kids’ cooking classes this summer. It’s not a total GF cookbook. She uses wheat germ in a few recipes, but that could be subbed with chia or flax or omitted. Most of the recipes are naturally gluten free. Have a lovely week.

  3. says

    Thank you so much for hosting. I shared two of our favorite summer treats: Italian Ice and Fro-Yo Pops. Neat to see a book review on Ice Pops, I’ll have to get that book. We love making our own healthy frozen treats! :)

  4. says

    Hi Linda, I love your challenges! They are getting me off my duff to create recipes I’ve been meaning to for a while. 😉 So thanks for that and hosting each week. :-) This week I’ve linked up Creamy Poppy Seed Salad Dressing, which is easily made with ingredients on hand. And most importantly, it’s very good! I can’t believe all the great salad recipes that have been shared so far. Plus I am eyeing several other recipes, too … yum!


  5. says

    Hi Linda! Thank you so much for featuring my Arugula Salad With Pork and Fresh Cherries!
    Today I shared my recipe for Southwest Rainbow Bean Salad. This is another super healthy salad and it’s easy to make.
    Thanks for hosting!

  6. says

    No Bake Cookies are my favoritest cookies ever – I’m probably going to have to make a batch after looking at your scrumptious photos. :)

    BTW, I have merged my gfree blog back into Premeditated Leftovers when I moved to wordpress.

  7. says

    This week I have Pepperwiches. Not so much a recipe but definitely a gf “eating idea.” I never was a big fan of bread or sandwiches but I love these. They are a lot less messy than lettuce wraps. The cute little smiley face was Bob’s idea. This would be something good to do with kids.

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