Gluten-Free Wednesdays 9/29/10

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September is winding down and this is the last week of the pancake or waffle challenge.  Be on the lookout for October’s challenge and a book giveaway (not a cookbook) coming up soon.

Last week’s gluten-free carnival had lots of terrific recipes and tips linked up.  I’m loving the picture linkies as I look back over the post.  We had two pancake entries.  One is actually crepes, but that’s close enough.

Flourless Apple Pancakes from Z’s Cup of Tea
Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Crepes from Brenna Kater, the Ocean Skater

I hope you all will come back on Thursday for the start of the Squash Fest.  I used butternut squash in my pancake entry this week:

butternut pancakes
If you are new to this carnival, I’m glad you’re here!  Please read the guidelines.   I’m trying a new linky tool this week to see which one I like better.  Submitting your link will be slightly different, but I’m sure you can do it!  Thanks for everyone’s participation.


This linky list is now closed.




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Comments

  1. Those squash pancakes look so tempting! We're trying to cut back on our pancakes and breads, or I'd fix pancakes more often. Actually, the squash pancakes would be okay if we didn't want to put so much syrup on them! Old habits die hard.

  2. Stephanie says:

    I'm not a huge GF pancake fan, but I LOVE GF waffles! Unfortunately I don't have a waffle-maker, so I don't have much opportunity to make them. However, with holidays coming up (b-day/christmas), I'm hoping to remedy that situation!

    My favorite waffles are almond flour waffles!

    As far as pancakes go, I actually did just buy some GF Bisquik, and gave it a whirl. I was impressed! Reminded me of Pancake Sundays from my childhood, when my dad would get up early to make us pancakes :)

    I'm excited to see what everyone submits, and will be taking notes for testing out my soon-to-be-waffle-maker :)

  3. Kim-Cook it Allergy Free says:

    Linda! Cannot wait to see what October's challenge will be! This week I linked up my recipe for Cinnamon Vanilla Applesauce (and a poem).
    Thanks for hosting!!

  4. Those pancakes look gorgeous! Love the idea of incorporating squash into the batter! This week I am sharing my version of pancakes, buckwheat crêpes with a sweet peach filling – haven't decided if this should be for breakfast or dessert!

  5. Squash pancakes? What a great idea! This week I linked up my apple bread – it's gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and really yummy! Thanks.

  6. Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free says:

    I love adding veggies and fruit to my pancakes, too. I made some last night for dinner….they were great.

    Thanks so much for hosting, Linda.

  7. WendyGK says:

    We're into our squash this week!

  8. J L Health 918-836-0565 says:

    The pancakes look great!! This week's post is a GF Flourless Chocolate Gateau! Thanks for hosting!!

  9. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    As I said before, I love those squash pancakes. Anything that tastes like pumpkin bread is good with me! (Your pancakes for breakfast and Amy's pudding for dessert after dinner would be a good day to me!) Zoe's apple pancakes look delish, too–love her video. And, I must check out Breanna's crepes and some of the other entries here that I haven't read yet.

    I linked up my bizarre ice cream flavor that tastes so good. ;-)

    Shirley

  10. crankylittleredhead says:

    squash pancakes! they look so delicious, i can't wait to try :) i linked up a gfree, dairy free pulled pork recipe :) thanks for hosting! jamie

  11. Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen says:

    I love pumpkin pancakes so I am betting the squash ones would be mighty tasty! YUM!

  12. Valerie @ City|Life|Eats says:

    So looking forward to squash fest :)

  13. Kathleen says:

    I linked up a ham recipe. Had it tonight.

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