What can I eat that’s gluten free? 10-21-09

What can I eat

Welcome to this weekly blog carnival that’s all about giving you ideas for what you can eat if you are on a gluten free diet.  Click on the links below and/or add your own.  If it’s is your first time linking up, you can read the guidelines here.

Fall is my favorite time of year, and one reason I like it is because I can start making food that I didn’t make over the hot summer months.  I really prefer cold weather foods like soups, stews, and casseroles.  I like cornbread, rolls, and other things that have to be baked.  I’m definitely enjoying the fall weather and getting back to meals like this:



I look forward to hearing what you all have been cooking up!
Reminder:  November 4 has a soup theme.  This was changed from snack, thanks to Brenna’s great suggestion.
1. Alea @ Premeditated Leftovers (Swiss Steak)
2. Alea @ Premeditated Leftovers (frosted pumpkin cookies)
3. Ari@Food Intolerances Cook (Mini Chicken Meatloaves& How to make ground chicken)
4. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang- Pork and Vegetable Spaghetti Arrabiata Recipe
5. Gluten Free Gidget (Poulet and Potatoes)
6. Kim, The Food Allergy Coach (Kale Chips)
7. Amy @ SS&GF – Pumpkin Dog Biscuits – GF!!
8. Shirley @ gfe (Cheesy Chicken Zucchini Bake–gf or gf/df)
9. Heather @CeliacFamily (Cilantro Lime Shrimp)
10. Alisa (Grain-Free Cauliflower “Risotto”)
11. ATXglutenfree pork with POM wonderful sauce
12. Brian (GF Pumpkin Cheesecake)
13. Iris at The Daily Dietribe (Basil Thai Noodles)
14. Lauren of Celiac Teen (Turkey Pot Pie)
15. Gina (Pesto)
16. Naomi
17. Naomi (blueberry pie – use the crust for other pies!)

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  1. Alea says

    Chili and gf cornbread are regulars on our dinner table. I have found that I can add just about anything to chili and my kids will eat it, including cauliflower!

  2. The Food Allergy Coach says

    I love, love, love chili! I just made the first batch of the season the other day – which reminds me, I need to get that post up!

  3. Amy @ SS&GF says

    We love chili just like everyone else. Joe and I can never eat a whole pan of cornbread, though, so I freeze the leftovers and use it to make croutons when we have certain soups. Cornbread croutons are fabulous with carrot soup and bean soups.

    Thanks for hosting!!

  4. gfe--gluten free easily says

    I love fall for exactly the reasons you stated, Linda! It's such a relief to just cook, cook, cook away and not have to think about heating up an already hot house. Chili and cornbread is one of our favorite meals for sure–yours looks great! I don't usually make cornbread just for the two of us, but I make it for my support group a lot. Comforting is a good description for cornbread.

    There are some great sounding recipes here already this week! Can't wait to check them out when I get home from the POM festival. :-)


  5. Heather @CeliacFamily says

    Chili and cornbread is a favorite of ours too. We always make it for Halloween night. Sometimes, if I don't have time to make the cornbread, we'll just use corn chips instead. It's certainly quick and easy!

  6. Lauren says

    I love fall – it's such a great season! Not to mention cornbread – I could live off the stuff!

  7. Gina says

    Your corn bread looks great! That would go well with soup, too. I'm glad that next week is a soup theme. It just so happens that I'm making some now!

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