What can I eat that’s gluten free? September Review

What can I eat

“What can I eat that’s gluten free?” is a weekly blog carnival hosted here at The Gluten-Free Homemaker.  The goal of this carnival is to provide people with gluten-free meal ideas.  Below is a summary of all the links from September. If you have not participated before, I hope you will join us in October.  You can read the guidelines here.

Thank you to everyone who participated.  I love hearing your ideas each week!

The theme for November 4th is snacks.

September 30 – Italian Chicken

1. The Happy Housewife (Spaghetti Squash)
2. Brian (Firehouse Boneless Pork Ribs)
3. Gluten Free Gidget ( 15 Minutes to Garlic Bread)
4. Amy Green @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free (Homemade Chicken Stock)
5. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang (Chili Shrimp/Chicken w/Avocado Salsa)
6. Jessie (Pizza Please)
7. Kim, The Food Allergy Coach (3 GF recipes from Nicolette Dumke’s new book)
8. Janelle (Gluten free noodles)

September 23 – Chicken Parmesan

1. Brian (Braised Chipotle Chicken w/ Herbed Rice)
2. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang (Roasted Balsamic Chicken with Figs & Onions)
3. Wendy (Almond Flour Crackers/Quiche Crust)
4. Kim, The Food Allergy Coach (Stuffed Cabbage Soup)
5. Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free (Spiciy n Sweet Chili & Skillet Cornbread)
6. Jessie at Blog Schmog (Bread)
7. Lauren of Celiac Teen (Mom’s Chicken Fingers)

September 16 – Cube Steaks

1. Amy Green @ SS&GF (Ratatouille & Chickpea Pancakes)
2. The WHOLE Gang (Chicken Fricassee Gluten Free and Dairy Free)
3. Kim, The Food Allergy Coach (Spaghetti Squash w/ Peas & Bacon)
4. Rachel (Honey Mustard Grilled Chicken)
5. Cheryl@SomewhatCrunchy (One-Pot Potato Meal-NOT HEALTHY)
6. Ellen at I Am Gluten Free blog (Crockpot Whole Turkey)
7. Janelle (Hungarian Goulash)
8. Mikki (Chili)

September 9 – Chicken & Mushrooms with Lemon Sauce

1. Brian (GF Hamburger Buns)
2. The WHOLE Gang (Boeuf Bourguignon Burger)
3. The Food Allergy Coach (Chicken Fried Steak & Oven Sweet Potato Fries)
4. Gluten Free Gidget ( Spaghetti Minus the Spaghetti)
5. Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free (Tomato Basil Pantry Soup)
6. Jessie (Tomato Soup Too)
7. Gluten Free Taste of Home (Vegetarian Spring Rolls with Thai Peanut Sauce)
8. Mikki (Pork Loin with Apple-raisin sauce)
9. Rachel (Asian Lettuce Wraps)
10. Trish (Quick BBQ Pork Ribs)

September 2 (appetizer theme) – Deviled Eggs

1. Gluten Free Taste of Home (Blackberry-Blueberry Crumb Pie)
2. Jessie (Fast Food)
3. The Food Allergy Coach (Ratatouille)
4. Gluten Free Gidget ( Veggie Sushi Bowl)
5. The WHOLE Gang (Posole New Mexican Stew)
6. Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free (Chunky Banana Flax Muffins)
7. Heather (Avocado Salsa)
8. Brian (Caramelized Onion Dip)
9. Mikki (Caprese)
10. The Daily Dietribe (Ginger Coconut Vegetable Soup)

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What Can I Eat That’s Gluten Free? Guidelines

What can I eat button

This blog carnival, which used to be known as What’s For Dinner Wednesday, takes place on a weekly basis. How many times have you heard the question, “What’s for dinner?” Food is very dear to us, and we like to know what’s coming. When your diet is restricted, however, figuring out what to eat becomes harder. The goal of this carnival is to provide people with gluten-free meal ideas. Most weeks I will focus on dinner ideas. The first Wednesday of each month, however, there will be a different theme. You can find the themes listed below.

I would love for you to participate in this carnival, and participation is easy. Every Tuesday night (about 10:00 or 11:00 EST) I will put up a new “What can I eat that’s gluten free?” post. Wednesday is intended to be the main carnival day, but you can add a link any time throughout the week. Please read over these guidelines, and you’ll know what to do.

1. All links should provide a gluten-free eating idea. You don’t have to have a gluten-free blog, but many meal ideas are naturally gluten free.

2. You do not have to provide a recipe. Gluten-free product reviews, menu plans, or even restaurant reviews are welcome. We’re looking for ideas. Recipes are definitely appreciated, though.

3. When you use Mr. Linky, please enter the permalink to your post, not a link to your homepage. This keeps people from having to search for the post if they follow the link at a later time. It also allows you to use an older post. You can usually get the permalink by clicking on the blog post title and then copying it from the address bar.

4. You also need to enter a name, which can be a first name or a blog name and a brief 2-4 word description in parentheses. For example: Linda (Salisbury steak).

5. Please provide a link to my site somewhere in the text of your post.

6. If you would like to use the above button, you can copy and paste the code below.

The themes through the end of the year will be as follows. All other weeks anything goes. The themes are only a suggestion. You can link to any gluten-free eating idea on any week.

August 5th – Cold treats
September 2nd – Appetizers
October 7th – Breakfast
November 4th – Soup
December 2nd – Party food

Please contact me if you have any questions or suggestions.


  1. Amy Green says:

    I love your blog carnival. I've learned so much from the other participants. :) Looking forward to Wednesday!

  2. Katrina says:

    I love this blog carnival. Here is my contribution:

  3. Katrina says:

    Sorry… I didn't read all the rules take 2!
    Gluten Free Gidget (Socca It To Me Pizza) – http://glutenfreegidget.blogspot.com/2009/08/socca-it-to-me-pizza.html

  4. Brenna Kater, the Oceanskater says:

    It'd be fun to have a soup-themed day, especially with the cold weather coming! Well, the cold weather is coming here. And you live in MD if I remember correctly :)

  5. firebear says:

    I am setting up my post for soup. I am so excited. Thank you for hosting this and giving me a chance to participate.

  6. Caitlin Mulligan says:

    Oops, I didn't read the rules first either. Here's the link for Chicken Pot-Shepherd's Pie (gfcf) http://bloomingrose.blogspot.com/2009/11/chicken-pot-shepherds-pie.html

  7. Great idea.
    It looks like everyone is doing soup.
    Here is my recipe.

    Have a great week.
    Lisa(chicken soup)

  8. Integrated Feezer says:

    What a healthy life style. Its so wise to have a healthy food every meal its a great aid to prevent sickness that may weaken your immune system.

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