Gluten-Free Wednesdays 9-21-11

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonHappy Wednesday!  I hope you are ready to share and explore gluten-free eating ideas.  Just browse the links below, and add your own if you’re a blogger.

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 links do not come through in your email.

Giveaway: This week Kinnikinnick is giving away cookies! You don’t want to miss that.

Monthly Theme:  I have updated the Gluten-Free Wednesdays guidelines post to include the themes for upcoming months, if you want to know what’s coming.

September’s theme is apples and this week I’ll be looking for apple recipes to highlight.  However, please note this change.  Since there have been so many recipes that go with the monthly theme, the list of highlights has become too long.  I will only highlight 5 recipes each week.

It helps to leave a comment and let me know that you linked a recipe that goes with the month’s theme, but please read my note below about commenting.

Last Week’s Highlights:

Ham, Sweet Potato, and Apple Casserole – Easy to Be Gluten Free
Almond Apple Crisp – Carolyn’s Recipe Box
No Sugar Added Apple Butter – Seasonal Family
Caramel Apple S’mores – As Good As Gluten
Homemade Applesauce (with canning instructions) – Without Adornment

My Submission:  This week’s recipe is another slow cooker non-recipe meal that is great for busy ball evenings.

Chicken and Vegetables

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!

A Note on Commenting:  Please do not add your link here and then also add it in your comment.  I’m sure no one intends to be spammy, but you should know that’s how it comes across.  I checked with other bloggers on this.  It’s not just me.  So please, add your links to the carnival but don’t double link in the comments.



3. Black Mission Fig Ice Cream – CityLifeEats

4. Easy Chicken Breasts in the Crockpot for Two

5. Sunflower Seed Hummus


7. Paleo Squash Latkes (GF, Grain Free)

8. Pizza Muffins (Shirley @ gfe)

9. Baked Chicken Roll Ups

10. Jenn Cuisine (Homemade Tomato Jam)

11. GF Chicken Corn Soup

12. GF Video: Coconut Flour Bread

13. Homemade Potato Gnocchi with Roasted Tomatoes

14. Coconut Date Balls

15. Why Do We Crave the Food We Are Allergic To?

16. Blueberry Pancakes (GF, DF, SF, EF, CF, NF)

17. Sausage & Apples Skillet Meal

18. what is csa black box cooking?

19. celery & turnip soup

20. Potato-Leek Soup (dairy-free)

21. mediterranean kale salad

22. zesty cucumber mango soup & salad

23. Butternut Squash & Apple Bisque

24. Veggie Stuffed Baked Potatoes

25. Raspberry Chocolate Chip Dairy Free Ice Cream

26. Quinoa and Black Bean Stuffed Peppers GF

27. GF DF EF Oven Fried Chicken

28. How to Cook and Eat an Artichoke

29. Scientific Validity @ Yolks, Kefir, & Gristle

30. Pork Roast with Apple Gravy

31. Quinoa Vegetable Bake

32. Broccoli Apple Slaw

33. Black Bean Burgers GF SCD

34. Homemade Apple Cider

35. Homemade Cincinnati Style Chili

36. Stouffers Harvest Apples Copycat Recipe

37. No diary, sugar Apricot Swirl Cheesecake Bars

38. Apple Cookies

39. South American Cheese Bread (a. k. a. Chipa)

40. Ratatouille Wanna-be

41. Roasted Yellow Beet & Sweet Potato Soup

42. Pear Clafoutis

43. Fresh Gluten Free Apple Cupcakes

44. My Crash Hot Potatoes

45. No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars

46. Danas Corn Salad

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  1. says

    Hi Linda — Chicken with vegetables is one of our favorites, too! To make some the other day, I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts for the two of us, and took a few extra minutes to stir up some gravy. There wasn’t anything left to put away.

  2. says

    Can you believe it? I’m getting in early this time. :-) I’ve linked up my pizza muffins (gf/df/rsf/sf, etc.). They’ve been well received by the many who’ve tried them!

    Great and growing roundup, Linda! Thanks so much for hosting each week!


    • says

      Nope, it’s there now and I have no idea how. Oh well, that’s fine. I hope it doesn’t post the recipe like 10 times :)

      I linked up a great blueberry pancake recipe today. It’s easy, delicious and free of all top allergens.

      Thanks for allowing me to share.

  3. says

    I think it’s an unofficial potato recipe week! My contribution is a stuffed baked potato, which is a fantastic way to use up small amounts of mixed vegetables at the end of the week.


  4. says

    I included a post with a naturally GF garlic basil marinara sauce. I am using it tonight, and I will give it to my GF daughter with GF noodles!

    I’m not sure if I commented with a link last week or not, but I am glad you clarified because several of the other bloggers who host link ups actually ask for links in the comments. I know one in particular said that is the best way to have her view the links? Anyway….I’m glad you told us not to b/c I assumed what the other bloggers asked for was standard!

    Love your blog!

    • says

      Erin, thanks for that information. It explains why so many people added links last week. Like I said, I did talk to other bloggers, and they all said to delete the extra links. I guess some people read their comments but don’t look at the linky list. So anyway, maybe I should just let it go.

      I appreciate your participation in GF Wednesdays and your encouragement!

      • says

        I would just go with whatever you feel comfortable with! I am just glad you mentioned it because I am a “rule follower”–haha! :) I actually like when bloggers list their rules for linking, and I usually skim to make sure my posts line up with whatever they are requesting. Thanks!

  5. says

    I’m new here and I love your blog! I’m also new to the whole gluten free thing. I’ve just recently been trying to cut it out and am trying to change things up and look for gluten free recipes. I’m still trying to figure out what products are GF and what aren’t so forgive me if I link something incorrectly. My hope is that more of my blog will have more GF recipes, I haven’t labeled anything GF yet as I’m still trying to figure it all out. Meanwhile, thanks for the linky and hopefully you’ll see more of me on Wednesdays!

    • says

      Welcome Debbi. It’s not too hard to figure out if your recipe is gf as long as your not using the obvious wheat, rye and barley. It is trickier than that of course when eating, but if you listed something like soy sauce, most people would know to use a gf brand. Recipes that use whole natural foods are the best bet.

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