Gluten-Free Wednesdays Quiche Challenge

Gluten-Free Wednesdays

Last month I posted a create a gluten-free quiche challenge, which I hope some of you have been working on.  This is the week to link up those quiche recipes.  If you don’t have one, don’t worry, any gluten-free eating idea is welcome.

I’ll be posting the challenge for May on Thursday, so be sure to look for that, and April’s carnival review will be coming up soon.

Here are a couple of main dish recipes I want to highlight from last week:

Saucy Slow Cooker Beef Tips from
Easy to be Gluten Free
Trout Almondine from
Free to Feast

My submission for the quiche challenge is:


Thanks to everyone for participating.  I enjoy seeing all your ideas every week.  If this is your first time participating, please read the guidelines here.

If you haven’t yet entered the Walmart gift card giveaway, you have through Wednesday to do so.

1. Aubree Cherie @ Living Free (Sweet Potato Quiche with a Cashew Crust)
2. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Mushrooms and Leek Quiche with Goat Cheese
3. Ricki @ Diet, Dessert and Dogs – Vegan quiche
4. Nancy (Perfect GF Flour Tortillas)
5. Jason@jlhealthtulsa (5* restaurant GF recipes)
6. Jillian @ Funny (allergen-free) Girl – Crustless Canadian Quiche
7. GF Strawberry Kiwi Muffins
8. Jenn Cuisine (Springtime Vegetable Quiche)
9. Shirley @ gfe (Crustless Quiches)
10. Shirley @ gfe (Oatmeal Brulee)
11. Comfy Cook – Broccoli Mushroom Quiche in Potato Crust
12. Comfy Cook – Vegetable Quiche with Cornmeal Crust
13. Aubree Cherie @ Living Free (Crustless Breakfast Quiche)
14. Denise Therese @ Free to Feast (Pumpkin Pie)
15. Easy To Be Gluten Free – Meat and Potatoes Casserole
16. Libby@The Allergic Kid (fudgie chocolate cupcakes)
17. Heidi @adventuresgfmom (Green Eggs & Ham Quiche)
18. Anna @ Girl With Blog (Peanut Butter Cookies)
19. Zoe @ Z’s Cup of Tea (Gluten-Free Puff Pastry & a Strawberry Tart)
20. Miss Jolie Ann’s Kitchen Garden (Broccolini Quiche)

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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. This is my first time posting here. Hi everybody! Nancy

  2. Jason@jlhealthtulsa says:

    Back in the 80's there was a book called "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche" but your Mexican Quiche looks awesome! I'm gonna have to try it.

    p.s. I never read that book anyway.

  3. I didn't have time to experiment with quiches, but I did want to share one that a bloggy friend makes. It is gf (though she is not a gf blogger)and it is called Hashbrown Crusted Quiche:

    I am looking forward to trying these delicious quiches!

  4. LOVE your creative take on quiche! Mine is not creative at all…I just used what was cheap and fresh and found that I could easily replace soy flour with chickpea flour and have it still come out great. Can't wait to see what next month's challenge is!

  5. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    Welcome to the new folks! :-)

    Well, I had grand plans of making a new quiche, but then time was running out and I was taking a break from dairy. So I linked a post with two crustless quiche recipes and the info on how to make any quiche crustless.

    I also linked up my oatmeal brulee, which is a great way to spiff up one's oatmeal breakfast. 😉

    Happy Wednesday all!


  6. Denise Therese says:

    Enjoy my gluten-free, grain-free, sugar-free pumpkin pie!! 😀

  7. This is my first time here as well (though I'll be back again and again!) Enjoy the yumminess – looks like a lot of delish recipes!
    anna <><

  8. Stephanie says:

    Wow! Great haul so far! Can't wait to try my hand at some of these recipes!!

  9. Great round up! We have an egg allergy at our house, so I hope you'll settle for cupcakes instead of quiche! (I'm flashing back to Bill Cosby's famous "Chocolate Cake for Breakfast" routine.)

  10. says:

    Thanks for hosting this challenge Linda! It has been quite an education for me. :-)

  11. Thanks Linda, for stopping by my blog and letting me know about Mr. Linky! I popped my link in.

  12. Zoe @ Z's Cup of Tea says:

    I made the gluten-free puff pastry from Helene of Tartelette, but it was used to make a tart instead of a quiche as soon as the oven was fixed! I was persuaded by my siblings. Anyways, the gluten-free puff pastry is amazing – if you haven't made it yet, I strongly urge you to go make it. It's worth it!

    I was hoping to participate in the quiche challenge, but since I didn't make it this time round, hopefully I can do this month's cake challenge!

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