Gluten Free Global Community
I have met so many amazing people, both virtually and in person, through the world of gluten-free food blogging, I wanted to create a space for us all to get to know one another – we are a group of very good people! We truly are a Gluten Free Global Community. So browse around, meet new bloggers, make new friends, get inspiration and support. Let’s communicate with one another! If you would like to join our Gluten Free Global Community send me an email at [email protected] with “GFGC” in the subject line and include the following information:
- The name of your blog
- Your blog url
- Your blog logo or a photo of you
- Your first name
- A couple sentences about your blog.
- If you host any community activities such as weekly or monthly round-ups, contests, etc. let me know that too and include a link to the information page.
Feel free to grab one of our Gluten Free Global Community Badges created by the lovely and talented Alexa Croft and put it on your blog to show you are part of this incredible community and to help bring in more good people for us all to know. I will be rotating the featured blogger on a regular basis! If I added you to this page and you want to change or correct any of the text or the picture, just email me. (My legal guy says that because it is on my website and viewed publicly, I do need to reserve the right to refuse any content or titles for any reason whatsoever (simply at my discretion) – especially any that would be potential trademark violations, illegal, vulgar, pornographic in nature or otherwise inappropriate. Also, the site is for real, honest Bloggers only, not for businesses to advertise)
|Accustomed Chaos – Sharing gluten free recipes and celiac disease tips from a mother of 3 who has celiac disease as well as her 3 year old daughter. Devan shares recipes that are also friendly to other allergies such as casein and peanuts. Blogging about celiac disease awareness and putting an end to the myths in the media.|
|Adventures of an Allergic Foodie – Living with multiple food allergies, celiac disease, and eosinophilic esophagitis, this foodie finds the silver lining of coping with an autoimmune system that’s gone haywire.|
|Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom – This mom shows where there is a will there is a way! Follow the adventures of this Gluten Free Mom Heidi as she creates gluten free meals for her family with a sense of humor and fun.|
|Adventurous Me, Gluten Free – Petra started this blog to share her experiences of living as a coeliac in Sydney. Her blog includes gluten-free recipes and restaurant/café reviews and also a list of gluten free friendly places to eat in Sydney, Australia|
|A Girl & Her Food – A Girl & Her Food is a blog written by Kat Levitt. Kat does not have celiac but tries to cook and eat gluten free. She has been tested for celiac, and found that she does not tolerate gluten so well.|
|A Healthful Gluten-Free Life – Janice knows being on a gluten-free diet can be a difficult task, but you, like her, can definitely make the best out of it with the use of the right resources. Visit her blog for reviews of gluten-free products and easy to prepare recipes the whole family can enjoy!|
|A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Living Gluten Free – A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Living Gluten Free is written by Andrea Joy who is a credit analyst by day and a gluten-free cook and blogger by night. Andrea was diagnosed with Celiac in 2008 and was determined to never let the disease hold her back. She loves altering recipes to be gluten-free, and since she also works full-time, she makes recipes that are easy and quick. This blog is where she shares her gluten-free adventures and her converted recipes.|
|Ali V – It’s all about Gluten Free – An Australian website dedicated to all things Gluten Free in particular raising awareness about Coeliac Disease and Infertility.
|Allergy Free and Cheap Like Me – It’s a place that Elizabeth created for people to find and share information about food allergies and overall natural health.|
|A Lotta Great Gluten-free Eats – Pam has been cooking successfully for many years and learning to cook gluten-free eleven years ago was a real challenge for her. She feels fortunate to have so many tasty and healthy GF choices now. Pam also teaches Gluten-free cooking classes.|
|Alternative Eating – Exploring gluten-free and clean eating in a fun, social and approachable way. This site is authored by Lo Martinez and includes gluten-free product reviews, lifestyle tips and recipes!|
|And Love it Too! – Gluten Free and Dairy Free Living. Sunny is a mother of five children, wife, daughter, substitute teacher and business woman who has celiac disease and children with food allergies including cow’s milk and shellfish; she hopes her recipes will encourage others to try new things, be inspired to see beyond their hurdles and enjoy life for what it is. She feels we should be able to have our cake…And Love it Too!|
|Annie’s Kitchen & Supperclub – A blog from coeliac chef Annie, raising 4 kids (3 gf) and running the UK’s only gluten free underground restaurant.|
|The Art Of Gluten Free Baking – Formerly Four Chickens. Jeanne has been baking gluten free for over a decade and knows her stuff! Learn gluten free baking and get an inside peek at her family and life.|
|As Good As Gluten – Finding and creating simple, gluten free recipes that really do taste As Good As Gluten! Lauren finds and creates simple, gluten free recipes that really do taste as good as gluten!|
|ATX Gluten Free -A food blog that covers unique gourmet recipes, gluten-free news for the Austin area and nation, and more. Follow Jessica along her gluten-free journey as she cooks up delicious meals, entertains and works as an entrepreneur.|
|Aubergine & Butterbean – This is a food and recipe blog, and Hope is gluten free and mostly vegetarian. Hope focuses mainly on whole foods and in using ingredients that are good for Hope’s body and that taste great.|
|Aunt Jayne’s Blog – Gluten/Celiac information, support and recipes. Jayne shares her story, information and gluten-free recipes.|
|Autumn Makes and Does – No substitutions or good-enoughs here, just damn fine food that happens to be gluten-free. Autum is a writer, a poet and a gluten-free cook.|
|B & the Boy – Brooke is a single mom of a child with sensitivities to wheat, corn, soy and milk. The blog is an outlet for their journey dealing with food allergies and being well in all aspects of their lives. She shares recipes, wellness updates, and family anecdotes.|
|Bake Bike Blog – Adventures in Food Fitness and Life. Lisa is an Australian former party gal who got healthy through good diet and fitness. She shares her adventures in life and in the kitchen. Many of her recipes are gluten-free.|
|Baking Backwards – Danielle Dewar, a food writer and former pastry chef, rediscovering dessert as she faces gluten intolerance and seeks balance and a healthy lifestyle.|
|The Baking Beauties – Gluten Free for Everyday Living. Jeanine blogs from rural Manitoba gluten-free recipes from soup to desserts with great flour blend information and tons of bread recipes.|
|A Baking Life – Tara is the owner and author of A Baking Life, a gluten-free blog devoted to eating and living well on the coast of Maine. Drawing on her previous work as a pastry chef, she strives to make gluten-free cooking and baking as easy and delicious as possible, so that no one has to feel deprived.|
|Beard and Bonnet – Meg is a wife to her best friend & business partner Todd, a mother to 2 wonderful children and owner/designer at Union Eighteen. Meg and Todd have been searching for a cure to their 15 month old son’s chronic cough that he has had since birth. After many, many months of searching for answers and undergoing a countless number of tests they have discovered that he has gluten and dairy allergies. (The gluten and dairy was being passed to him through nursing in the beginning of his life.) Meg and Todd are on a new journey now in their life to become gluten and dairy free as a family and have begun documenting their journey through this blog.|
|Being Gluten Free – A gluten free mom and daughter learning to live gluten free and feeling much better for it. Discovering new recipes and enjoying new found pleasures in eating along the way. They enjoy travel and post about some of their adventures as well as recipes, reviews and giveaways.|
|Belle of The Desert – Heathers’ blog is for just about anything – from recipes to inspiration to music – She talks about it all!|
|Best Life Gluten Free – Annette began her blog in early April to help folks with the transition to a G-F diet. She was diagnosed with Celiac Disease later in life, and as an Italian-American, the change was a daunting task. Annette now finds it exciting and intriguing to alter her old recipes to that of a gluten-free one.
Annette likes recommending foods/products hoping to save people money, knowing how much she lost when she began, trying out lots of brands. Anette also posts “from scratch” recipes and “semi-homemade” for the busy person who wants a shortcut!!
|Beyond Rice and Tofu – After 15 years of living gluten free, Renee started a blog to share her family’s gluten free and vegetarian lifestyle. A former support group leader, she has celiac disease and thyroid disease, while her husband is a vegetarian. Come see how they have learned to cook only one meal for everyone|
|Blinded by the Bite! – A blog by Rachelle about how to live a gluten-free lifestyle focusing on healthy eating, as well as taking classic recipes & making them into gluten-free masterpieces. Rachelle also discusses how to dine out gluten-free with ease.
Rachelle does host events throughout the year, as well as several giveaways.
|Body Rebooted – Join Christina on her journey towards optimal health. She is a cookbook author, certified nutritionist, and DDP Yoga instructor who blogs about motivation, health & fitness, and gluten-free living. Check out her growing list of gluten-free recipes and look for monthly giveaways and challenges.|
|Book Of Yum – Gluten Free Recipes and Reviews – Sea takes a bold international approach to Gluten Free living and cooking and is very active in the gluten-free community. She hosts a monthly Adopt A Gluten Free Blogger event that connects gluten-free bloggers together via their recipes.|
|Breaking Gluten Free Bread – Kristen is a gluten-free baker and natural foods chef.|
|Bring Back The Bliss – Adventures in gluten free cooking that brings back that AAHH! moment as your teeth sink into something scrumptious. Lois shares gluten-free recipes that are xanthan gum free.|
|Cake Cooks Gluten Free – Kathy’s blog is a slightly humorous approach to family, cooking, eating and living naturally and gluten-free.|
|Cake Maker to the Stars – The culinary and crafty adventures of Kittee, a 22 year vegan veteran, who is also gluten-free. She shares tips on how to happily sustain this lifestyle with delicious, creative recipes and colorful photographs.|
|Cakes ‘n’ Bakes – A Blog of Gluten Free Recipes and Food Photography. Laurie’s blog is a tribute to the gluten-free life as it should be: delicious! This is a place for chronicling her gluten-free baking successes with recipes and photographs in order to show that anything is possible with gluten-free!|
|Canned Time – Angela’s blog concentrates on Healthy Fun Food, usually Vegan, always dairy free and she hosts giveaways, gives nutritional info on foods, canning techniques, saving money, etc.|
|Cannelle et Vanille – Food, Life & Photography. Aran is a pastry chef turned gluten-free. Her blog features wonderful gluten-free recipes and stunning photography.|
|Casey the College Celiac – A gluten-free blog about the life of a celiac in college. Full of personal stories about celiac disease and living gluten free, food recipes and food/restaurant reviews.|
|CC Gluten Freed – CC’s blog focuses on the social implications of the gluten free diet. Her goal is to help her fellow gluten free people navigate the gluten-filled world. She writes about how to be a GF activist, how to handle challenging dining/social situations and review products and restaurants. Some of her posts look at how to handle Holiday dinners with family, how to safely order at restaurants and more!|
|Celiac and Allergy Adventures – A blog devoted to sharing experiences of living fully with Celiac Disease, multiple food allergies, eczema and asthma.|
|Celiaca Pero Contenta (Celiac but Happy) – Maricarmen was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2009. She had two choices: to be depressed because of it or to find a way to be happy with it. She chose the second. She recently started a blog to convince diagnosed people that you can be gluten free and happy at the same time. She lives in Spain and her blog is in Spanish, but if you need any information you can contact her in English through her blog, Facebook or Twitter.|
|Celiac and the Beast – Erica is a gluten-free blogger that loves writing about living a gluten-free life full of advocacy, as well as the trials and tribulations of living with a lifetime auto-immune disease. There’s everything from restaurant reviews, product reviews, to traveling gluten-free, and living with a non-celiac! She also has a line of gluten-free apparel that focuses on the pride, advocacy, and positive fashion-forward part of this lifestyle.|
|Celiac Chicks – The guide to a hip and healthy gluten free lifestyle. Kim and Kelly are a couple of chic celaic chicks who share recipes, product and restaraunt reviews and have a great sense of community.|
|Celiac Handbook – It’s a FREE online resource and restaurant guide by Chris James. It’s for everyone with celiac (coeliac) disease who must follow a gluten-free diet or anyone interested in the health benefits of a GF diet. With practice and perseverance, you will find yourself not only healthier and happier — you will find yourself living and loving the gluten-free life™.|
|The Celiac Husband – Gluten Free By Marriage. H. Peter is a devoted husband to a gluten-free baker. Check out his gluten-free recipes and musings about life, travel and the GF Patisserie.|
|Celiac in the City – A girl. Gluten free. Loves food. Will travel. Sarah shares gluten-free recipes with some life and gardening thrown in.|
|Celiac Family – Resources, Recipes and Random Thoughts on Living Gluten Free. Gluten-free recipes, information and a listing of places to dine gluten-free.|
|Celiac Teen – Let Go Of The Gluten. Lauren is a high school student who loves to create delicious gluten-free food. She is also one of the most responsible teenagers I have ever encountered!|
|Celiac Yoga Momma – Kristen’s blog is dedicated to raising awareness and education about Celiac Disease. Her husband and then 5 year old son were diagnosed with Celiac in the spring of 2011. After living a gluten-free lifestyle for over a year, Kristen created a blog to share gluten-free product reviews, book reviews, recipes, tips for living a gluten-free lifestyle and navigating public school policy to include a gluten free diet. Kristen is a busy mom of 3 with a passion for gluten-free blogging!|
|Celtic Celiac – Celtic Celiac is dedicated to improving your gluten free life by offering restaurant reviews, recipes, product reviews, information on events and news, educational materials, and much more. In addition, Celtic Celiac can offer services to individuals and groups to improve their gluten free lives, or restaurants/stores to assist with effective marketing and cooking to meet gluten free needs.|
|City Life Eats – Smiling And Cooking Amid Urban Chaos – Valarie features recipes that are gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and usually vegan.|
|City Meets Country – Lauren’s blog discusses how to live out in the country and eat gluten free as well as seasonally. She also reviews restaurants in the DC metro area and talks about how to travel and still eat well.|
|Clean & Proper – Clean & Proper focuses on ideas for a properly organized life. It highlights different tips and tricks for staying clean an organized, as well as recipes Sarah Jane created (both Gluten-Free and free of High Fructose Corn Syrup), and coverage of her favorite weddings and events.|
|Coeliac diagnosis – Gluten Free – OMG! learning to love gluten free – Diagnosed in October 2010, Sleeping Horse (this blog’s anonymous author) was shocked with this discovery as she was symptom free. She love(ed) food and cooking and now feels as though she has been dragged kicking and screaming into the gluten free world. This is her journey|
|Coeliac in the City Blog – The Coeliac in the City Team’s aim is for this blog to be a Coeliac hub for hints, tips & reviews for Coeliacs by Coeliacs. The Coeliac in the City Team focuses on the best places to ‘eat, sleep and play’ gluten free. Whether you’re a local to an area or just visiting – there should be something for everybody. If you’d like to review your City on the blog get in touch!|
|Comfy Belly – Erica creates healthy recipes and treats, many of which are good for health issues like Crohn’s, Diabetes, Celiac, and gluten intolerance.|
|Cook It Allergy Free – Customizing recipes to work with your food allergies. Kim is one smart lady, not only does she have a great allergy free blog she has also devised an iPhone app to help convert your recipes to allergy free.|
|Cooking Gluten Free – Cassidy is new to gluten free blogging. She posts gluten free, casein free, and sometimes sugar free recipes. Her son is in the autism spectrum, that’s why they follow the gfcf diet.|
|Cotter Crunch – A blog about Lindsay Cotter’s life as a pro triathlete’s wife, nutrition manager & fitness consultant, kombucha lover, and wannabe wino who has a joyous passion for GLUTEN FREE cooking!|
|Country Wife Celiac Life – Jeri’s two year old daughter was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease and the entire family was thrown into an instant gluten-free transition. This blog shares the journey of a family making the change to a gluten-free lifestyle, including delicious recipes, and beautiful photographs of life in the country.|
|Creative Cooking Gluten Free – Cooking and Living Gluten Free Creatively. Jenny offers recipes and resources for gluten-free living.|
|The Culinary Artist – Recipes, Party-Planning Tips & Tricks, and Eye-Popping Food Styling Images. As a mom, chef, event planner, food stylist, and former caterer, Donna Hann inspires you to get back into the kitchen and begin making memories again by nourishing and celebrating those you love with gluten and/or dairy intolerance (some refined sugar free recipes, as well). She shares her food creations, event design ideas, and thoughts on living a tasteful life with beautiful food.|
|The Cultured Cook – If you’re looking for gluten-free recipes, kitchen techniques, the history of a certain food or what the heck an [insert name of exotic ingredient] is, here’s the place! As long as the topic is related to food in some way, it’s fair game. And if the answer isn’t already in Lisa’s figurative pantry, she’ll go hunting for it. Feel free to post questions and comments any time–the more you share, the more “ingredients” we’ll all have on hand, ready to use whenever we need them.|
|The Daily Dietribe – A Gluten-free Love Affair. Iris is a recovering binge eater, a weight loss consultant, and a registered dietitian to be. Her goal is to share healthy gluten-free recipes and also to be honest about her relationship with food.|
|Daily Forage – Daily Forage shares recipes, product reviews, restaurant reviews, a gluten-free events calendar, and all things gluten-free. They are also dairy-free! (Many of their recipes are free of the top 8 allergens as well.) Daily Forage hopes you’ll join them on their gluten-free journey as they explore, learn, experiment, and grow through their gluten-free lifestyle. Please share yours with us too!|
|The Dairy-Free Diva – dairy & gluten free recipes, reviews of recipes, products, etc. as well as sharing original recipes. Stephanie stands behind the fact that if she can cook and bake dairy & gluten free in a town of less than 300 people and 120 miles round trip from even the most minimal grocery stores then anyone can!|
|Darla’s Cake Blog – Random collection of creations and ideas from a pastry chef wannabe. Darla is a cake decorator and wannabe pastry chef trying to make healthier and gluten-free versions of her favorite treats and recipes. Not all recipes are gluten free but the info on decorating and general baking is very helpful.|
|Deglutenized & Delicious – Teresa uses her blog to discuss the gluten-free lifestyle in general, but is a true foodie so her blog is also about transforming delicious gluten-containing dishes into dishes made with wholesome, gluten-free ingredients.|
|Delicious Alternatives – Shirley has a blog where she features healthy, allergy free recipes and articles about health etc. She is a nutritionist and cookbook author who helps people to menu plan within the confines of food allergies when she isn’t blogging.|
|Diet, Desserts and Dogs – Whole foods cooking and baking, anti-candida living, and comments from my dogs. Ricki is an educator, writer, cookbook author, natural nutritionist and lover of all things canine – find gluten-free recipes, tips and the monthly SOS Kitchen Challange.|
|Dishes by Jillian – There are two things that keep Jillian together: cooking gluten-free dishes and dishing about what matters most to her – health and relationships!|
|Dish Towel Diaries – Recipes for Gluten-Free Baking and Cooking. As a mom, former bakery owner and food magazine editor, Silvana takes the guesswork out of how to cook for a family with food allergies. She shares her recipes, cooking tips and family’s stories in and out of the kitchen.|
|Ditch the Carbs – All of Libby’s recipes are wheat free, grain free, gluten free, sugar free and low carb. Libby wants to help others go low carb and wheat free by eating whole, real food, instead of using highly processed ‘gluten free’ products which are just so expensive and higher in carbs than regular products. She wants to show how easy it is to eat real food and get your children to eat their veggies AND enjoy them.|
|Diva’s Delicious Delights – This blog features Gluten free, Soy free, Dairy free, Beef Free recipes, product information, review, tips and stores and websites that carry GF Products. Every Tuesday Akia will feature a Product of the Week and soon, a Website of the Month!|
|Domestic Diva – A Healthy Lifestyle Made Easier – cooking without corn, gluten, and dairy, money-saving tips, organizing ideas, gardening techniques and so much more – all with a green twist!|
|Easy Green Mama – Sharing eating and cooking gluten free recipes and tips. Amber is a busy mama of 3 boys and a wife to a husband with Celiac. She also shares easy tips about living a more organic and green life.|
|Easy to be Gluten Free – Carol’s focus is to provide easy gluten free recipes that use affordable and easy to find ingredients and that the whole family can enjoy.|
|Eats and Exercise by Amber – Celiac and Severe IBS doesn’t hold Amber back from enjoying food that is delicious AND nutritious. She crafts up gluten free and (mostly) dairy free recipes on her blog, along with the promotion of positive body image, feel good vibes and her love of fitness. She is a firm believer that in order to be healthy, you must at first be happy, which comes from self-love and a positive mindset. Hungry for more? Check out her blog and instagram account @eatsandexercisebyamber to get your daily dose of deliciousness and inspiration !|
|Eating Gracefully – Eating Gracefully is about cooking and eating healthy using a whole foods, gluten-free diet.|
|Eating Whole – Elisa has developed Eating Whole to help others like her transition to a gluten-free (and allergen-free) lifestyle. All of her recipes are Vegan and gluten-free, focusing on full-balanced healthy recipes that are allergy-friendly.|
|Eat Inspired Today – Did you think that your dietary restrictions meant an end to fabulous-tasting food? Not anymore! Clea Shannon of Eat Inspired Today shares her original gluten-free recipes to help you whip up delicious, nourishing and satisfying gluten-free meals in no time. Clea shares the essential gluten-free ingredients and creative, adaptive tips that will take your meals from ordinary to extraordinary. Read more at Eat Inspired Today.|
|Eat.Live.Make – Meghan writes about gluten free, vegan living. She loves to post recipes, projects and snippets of her life on the blog. Meghan also does product reviews!|
|Edible Harmony – Edible Harmony is a food blog dedicated to sharing all-natural, gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, additive-free and refined sugar free recipes.
Denise lives in Huntington Beach California and is a mother of two. Denise and her 3 year old daughter have an intolerance to gluten.
|Eggplant & Olive – Rebecca focuses her dishes around in-season fruits and vegetables and healthy whole grains. Her blog features gluten-free recipes since 2012!|
|Elana’s Pantry – organic gluten free recipes and tips for good living. Elana shares gluten and grain free recipes and various ideas for healthy homemaking.|
|The Elle Next Door – Ellie just recently started her own blog. It is a mixture of fashion, beauty and gluten free living. Ellie has quite an interesting job (she works on the x-factor) which actually means that she eats on the go a lot, which any celiac will know can be quite hard, so she hopes that the information she has on there, and plans to write could be of some use to other celiacs out there.|
|Extraordinary Life – Making enjoyable gluten free meals for kids. Lisa’s celiac daughter, (little chef), helps in the kitchen as they make their way though life eating without Gluten. Turns out, its an Extraordinary Gluten Free Life after all.|
|18 Hour Kitchen – Kelly has a passion for gluten free cooking with whole foods. She reads cookbooks like novels and is in her kitchen for what seems like 18 hours a day. This blog is her journey of cooking with real food.|
|Farm Girl Blog – Karen lives in a vibrant mountain town in Northern California called Quincy. She began her blog in 2011 as a shamelessly happy gluten eater but recently developed a sudden problem with it. One day she could eat and the next day no. Her blog is evolving to incorporate a new gluten free lifestyle into her joyous celebration of life and food.|
|Fast Foodie – Hosted anonymously under the name Baffled, this blog was created as a place to put recipies invented or reinvented after becoming chronically ill. Due to limitations on time, energy, money, and various health problems the recipes are easy, fast and tasty. After all Baffled might be sick but still has working tastebuds and one can only eat so much take out.|
|Fearless Dining – Sandi’s goal is to become your resource for “fearless dining” in the California Bay Area. Fearless Dining will feature restaurants all over the Bay Area, interview managers and chefs, and spell out what the restaurant does for its gluten free customers. Sandi has a database set up with a questionnaire for restaurants to detail their gluten handling practices. The blog will even feature “special” recipes from these chefs; something fun for you to try in your own kitchen.|
|Find it Gluten Free – Jenn made a blog where you can find local places to eat, shop around your town or online; look for blogs, magazines and books to learn more about cooking and eating gluten free – recipes, meal planning and product reviews.|
|Fit & Awesome – Lindsay has been athletic her whole life and worked out 5-6x a week but struggled to lose weight. After several people thought it might be due to a food allergy she went and saw a doctor. She took a blood test and discovered she was severely gluten intolerant. Lindsay went gluten-free in April 2012 and learned much about health and fitness along the way. Now she has lost 20 pounds. She is fit, awesome, and loving it. Her site is a way for her to share helpful information she’s learned along the way with others who may be gluten intolerant or want to live a more fit and active lifestyle.|
|Fit & Fab Vegan Life – A blog about healthy eating and fitness with a focus on plant based, gluten free “kind” eating.|
|Food Allergy and Intolerance Ink –Alex is a health writer specializing in food sensitivities and the creator of a UK blog on coeliac disease, food intolerance and food allergy: news, views, research, reports and media and analysis.|
|FODMAP Life – Colleen writes about the Low Fodmap Diet, digestive disorders, food allergies and Hashimoto’s. Her goal is to educate people about how to use food and meditation to heal.|
|Food Glorious Friendly Food – Karen is a Foodie with food intolerances, and a Mum of kids with food intolerances. Her blog is about her adventures in finding taste-friendly, kid-friendly food that is gluten-free, dairy-free and low in refined sugars. She has lots of tips for how to eat ‘friendly’ and all the recipes for you to make food that has everyone coming back for more.|
|Food Gurly – Food Gurly is all about Joanna’s gluten-free adventures…recipes, reviews and much much more! Joanna is a self-proclaimed foodie, who loves cooking and baking for her family and others.
For health reasons, Joanna has recently had to go gluten-free so she is learning how to cook/eat/live gluten-free. It’s been interesting to say the least. She is having a lot of fun, though! She is working to find the balance between eating healthy and enjoying what she is eating!! But, hey…a girl should be able to have her chocolate and eat it , too!
Food N Thought Peddler – Life musings and recipes by Diana who is dedicated to providing gluten free and nutrient-dense recipes that a whole family would enjoy. If you love soul-touching conversations and a healthy lifestyle, then this blog has a lot to offer. Come on in, The Peddler’s Shop is open!
|For Him and My Family – Sharing the adventures of a stay at home, homeschooling mom of 8. This includes sharing recipes and daily looks at the family life, as well as a few devotionals. Erin’s recipes are gluten free/soy free/ and lactose free so many can enjoy!|
|Fork and Beans – This is a gluten and dairy free blog all about recreating old and new recipes in order to help anyone in need of answering the question “What’s to eat?!”|
|4 AM Chef – Piper was threatened with a diagnosis of Celiac disease 4 years ago and has completely overhauled her life! She has authored her blog for the past three years sharing her unique takes on everyday and not so every day meals as well as her adventures in an active lifestyle. Piper self published her cookbook, The 4 AM Chef, teaches cooking classes at a local olive oil and balsamic shop, as well as teaches local high school students what a healthy lifestyle free of gluten and preservatives looks like. Piper recently was awarded 1st place with McCormick Spice’s Go For Gourmet National cooking contest.|
|Four Seasons of Travel – Four Seasons of Travel is an insiders guide to authentic gluten free food finds, unique ways to travel, and places to see, offering you a quick and easy go-to-guide when travelling through Europe.|
|4 U Gluten Free – Jackie’s blog is dedicated to educating and teaching people about how to maintain a medically mandated gluten free lifestyle in a fun, elegant manner that they will want to share with others. Educational and products links are provided along with tips for how to get started when first diagnosed and staying safe when eating out or at friends’ homes. Entertainment ideas, tablescapes, and more are often included as an integral part of this blog. Maintaining a gluten free lifestyle is oh so easy and fun.|
|FreeFoodFreedom – Sarah is gluten free, dairy free, and animal freed. At her blog, we’re talking about making plant based, gluten free, vegan, nutrient dense eating accessible and fun.|
|Free From G – Free From G is a lighthearted gluten free blog that features gluten free recipes, gluten free food discoveries and lots more gluten free goodness on top. Lee is a coeliac with a pepper and tomato skin allergy, Free From G is an extension of her diet and lifestyle.|
|Free From (Gluten) – A Gluten Free lifestyle Blog. Lucy shares experiences, thoughts on the current state of health provision for celiacs, and any ideas and suggestions she might have for raising a celiac child.|
|Fresh & Delish – Fresh & delish is a collection of delicious and healthy gluten-free vegetarian and fish recipes. Kim’s focus is on cooking with a variety of fresh ingredients as a way of eating well without sacrificing on one’s enjoyment of food.|
|From Jessica’s Kitchen – Jessica is a wife and mom of 4 boys (including twins!) – She shares recipes on her blog that are gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free (with some vegan and egg-free recipes too). All of the recipes are created by Jessica, with some adaptations from chefs who she admires. Come on over!|
|Fueling Endurance Performance – A blog dedicated to GF cooking and baking specifically for athletes and active individuals. Recipes and the specific sports nutrition information and guidelines to go with them.|
|Garden of Gluten Free – It has been said that deprivation breeds creativity, and this is certainly true for Crysty. Being diagnosed with celiac forced her into the kitchen and to start thinking “outside the box”. She has made it her mission to learn how to make amazing GF food and wants to share her journey with others.|
|Garden of Good Eatin’ – Garden of Good Eatin’ is a Whole Foods Blog, focusing on allergen-free foods, specifically gluten-free. Idara shares recipes, reviews of gluten-free products and hosts related giveaways.|
|A Girl’s Best Friend – Bailey and Mahaley’s blog focuses on gluten free recipes, product reviews, and gluten-free lifestyle support.|
|G F Celebration – Adventures In The Art Of Gluten Free Living. Inge and Gillian are a mother and daughter team focused on celebrating and exploring the art of gluten free living. They offer simple and creative recipes, international cuisine as well as juices and raw food. We also highlight book reviews and recommendations, gluten free travel information and restaurant reviews, along with just sharing the fun of living.|
|GF Chopstix – Sandi lives in China, and although it is the land of mostly rice eaters, gluten is almost everywhere, except in a bowl of plain white rice of course!
Sandi started her blog to share recipes and information related to living a gluten-free life. She hopes to build a community and make people more aware of allergies in general.
The blog includes recipes for egg free, as Sandi recently had to exclude them from her diet. Her recipes are tasty, healthy, and gluten-free!
|GF in the City – Living Gluten Free in NYC. Britt offers gluten-free recipes, pantry items, adventures in eating out gluten-free in “The City” and the adventures of planning a wedding.|
GF Real Food – Kim cooks and bakes only gluten free. Most recipes are dairy free too. She does not use any processed food or processed ingredients. She makes everything from scratch. Most recipes tend to be lower carb and lower on the GI scale.
G-Free Laura – Laura is a twenty-something gluten-free girl living young, wild, and [gluten] free. She reviews gluten-free products, restaurants, post simple recipes, and writes about gluten-free experiences.
|GF with Pizzazz – Sue eats gluten free and refined sugar free. She tries to keep her dishes interesting, and sometimes, even she is surprised by what’s on her plate!|
|GF Life 24/7 – Kaila started GF Life 24/7 a year after her celiac diagnosis to share her story, everything she was learning, and some great recipes. Since she has other allergies too, she color codes the “Big 8” allergens on her Recipes Tab to help those with other restrictions beyond gluten! While Kaila is learning to enjoy cooking, her favorite hobbies are skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and running, so don’t be surprised if you see them mentioned in her blog as well.|
|Ginger Lemon Girl – Guilt Free – Gluten Free. Carrie is a passionate gluten-free baker and cook focusing on the healthier side of gluten-free. She is sweet, caring and very involed in the gluten-free community.|
|Gluten Aversion – Tiffany’s blog is about cooking, living and eating gluten free. She has posts of recipes (not just desserts), reviews, tips, and resources with a Canadian focus.|
|The Gluten Doctors – Leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of gluten sensitivity and related health conditions, Dr. Vikki Petersen and several other doctors, consisting of M.D.s and Certified Clinical Nutritionists offer advice on diagnosis and treatment of Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance.|
|Gluten Dude – The naked truth about living gluten free and home to the most passionate, interesting and snarky gluten-free community in the world. You won’t find recipes or giveaways here. What you will find are the trials and tribulations of living with celiac disease and all that goes with it, with an extra dash of humor and sarcasm thrown in for good measure.|
|Gluten Envy Girl – Bonnie is a wife and mom, writing about her gluten free life. She creates, cooks, and posts GF recipes, as well as does reviews of GF-friendly restaurants.|
|Gluten Free! – Spanish corner dedicated to inform people about news, recipes, studies… All you need to have an easier life…of course 100% GLUTEN FREE!|
|The Gluten Free Alchemist – Kate is gluten free due to Coeliac diagnosis and has spent the last year and a half getting to grips with a whole new world of ingredients and cooking. She loves trying to develop recipes which do not ‘deprive’ us of either flavor or of a bit of decadence. She wanted to share the recipes she is creating with others in the hope that they might enjoy them too. But she also wants to produce foods which even the non-gluten free community will see as delicious.|
Gluten Free Amsterdam – A celiac girl blogging about gluten-free restaurants, tips and reviews in Amsterdam.
Gluten Free Anonymous – Gluten Free Anonymous is a source for the gluten intolerant and those with celiac disease. You can find general information, products, recipes, restaurant reviews, and warnings.
|Gluten Free A to Z Blog – Vegetarian gluten free recipes, resources, health tips, and information. Judee offers gluten free vegetarian and vegan recipes and healthy eating tips.|
|Gluten Free and Tasty – Wish you could taste all the gluten-free products you see? Or find out if that restaurant touting gluten free entrees is really safe? Gluten-free foods are often costly, and you can’t afford to waste your hard-earned money on bad food. Learn about new (and old) products and restaurants without breaking the bank or getting disappointed, or worse, glutened!
Amanda has made it her mission to find out what’s good and what’s safe. She’s done the tasting, researching, and reviewing for you! Follow Gluten Free & Tasty to find out what you need to know!
|Gluten-Free Baking – A site dedicate to easy gluten-free recipes and helpful cooking and baking information. Founded by Elizabeth Barbone, author of Easy Gluten-Free Baking and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.|
|Gluten Free Birmingham – A blog to help others in the Birmingham AL community live the gluten free life to the fullest. Jenny has lots of gluten-free recipes and posts the weekly Publix gluten free deals, Whole Foods Deals, and the local store Organic Harvest Deals as well as other coupons that would be helpful.|
|Gluten Free Blog – Erinn’s mission is to make gluten and dairy free substitutes and creative recipes taste better then the real deal. Gf-blog makes mouth watering photography, food allergys, and travel seem effortless all in the same sentence, let alone the same day. GF-Blog provides a real vs. ideal experience of becoming gluten and dairy free and dives into a deeper perspective on product reviews and restaurant reviews, providing creative recipes ranging in a wide spectrum from gluten free, dairy free, to vegan and raw creations.|
|The Gluten Free Blogger – For any dilemmas regarding coeliac disease and a gluten free diet, the Gluten Free Blogger has the answer; from product reviews to recipes, there is something for everyone. Find the latest gluten free news, investigative entries into aspects of gluten free living, restaurant reviews, guest posts, and a new and extremely popular section of the site focusing on thyroid problems. Sarah had a thyroidectomy in Dec 2010, and has decided to document and share her experience (with photos!) so you know exactly what to expect from surgery.|
|Gluten Free Boston Girl – Jessica has been gluten free since January 2009. These are her stories and adventures of being a 20-something year old in the city, dining out, trying new restaurants, cooking and trying new gluten free foods. She reviews restaurants, products and posts gluten free deals daily from her favorite deal sites. Jessica also has a list and map of Boston and other local restaurants that offer gluten free menus or menu items, many of them still not listed on the restaurant websites themselves, and a comprehensive list of products.|
|Gluten Free Bumble Bee – This blog was started a year and a half after going gluten free for “MamaBee’s”, BoyBee. She included a “Going Gluten Free Guide” for beginners – it is exactly what she wishes she had access to when they first started. In the blog, MamaBee chronicles parts of their journey, gluten free foods, labeling policies from companies she has contacted, fantastic recipes, and product and book reviews. Food should still taste good without gluten!|
|Gluten Free by the Sea – This is all about kid friendly gluten free goodness! The recipes are often lower sugar and can often be dairy free, Tori reviews some local restaurants, and talks about products that have worked for her family… and some that haven’t. She also blogs about her adventures with her two kids, their navy life and challenges (adhd, and spd)… and how those three things often intersect!|
|Gluten Free Canteen – Lisa teaches what she learned from her mother’s kitchen. Good food. Crazy stories. And baking. Gluten-free baking for people and gluten-free cookies for dogs. Come for the stories, stay for the food.|
|Gluten-Free Cat – A Curious Girl in the Gluten-Free World. Heather calls herself the Gluten-Free Cat because she is curious about so many things. She’s a curious girl, wife, teacher, friend, fitness fanatic, gluten-free foodie, health food nut, child of the King, and Mama Cat to two amazing little creatures. She loves gluten-free cooking and baking and blogs to share her successes and failures.|
|Gluten Free Chickadee – Passing on gluten free educational information, product and restaurant reviews, and creating recipes using healthy, organic local produce.|
|Gluten-Free College Girl – Meredith writes about eating a gluten-free diet in college. She blogs about products that she tries, restaurants where she eats, and recipes that she tests. For her it is important that people with the gluten allergy understand the foods that they can eat so that they do not feel limited. Meredith really learned what she can eat because she ate at the school cafeteria for two years. Now that she makes her own food, she is able to explore more and embrace being gluten-free.|
|Gluten-Free Doctor – Jean runs a monthly in real life support group for children in Whatcom County.|
|Gluten Freedoms – Everything Annsley does in life centers around (gluten-free) food and fun. She documents and shares some of the fun gluten-free cooking, crafting, research, deep thoughts, and adventurous activities that she likes to do! Maybe you can join her, too, one day.|
|Gluten Free Easily – Not just Gluten Free but Gluten Free Easily. Shirley’s passion is educating people on gluten issues and how to prepare gluten free food easily. She is also incredibly caring and generous.|
|Gluten-Free Family Food – Gluten-Free Family Food is a network to share recipes, tips, stories and all things gluten-free. It is the journey of a family transitioning to a gluten-free household and publishing a gluten-free cookbook called “Cooking For Your Gluten-Free Teen: Everyday Foods the Whole Family Will Love”. Our blog offers many voices, from a teenager with Celiac Disease, doctor, and mother (chef and restauranter), to many others. We hope you will join us in our journey and share your stories and questions with us too!|
|Gluten Free Fever – Carla’s blog is mostly about being gluten-free: recipes to make at home and places to go in Portland, OR and the Portland metro area. And a bit about other things she loves: Paleo recipes, dairy-free and vegan recipes, coffee, food, local cycling, exercise, and overall health.|
|Gluten Free Food – This blog is a creative outlet for Balvinder.She enjoys good food and especially enjoys creating new recipes. So you will find a fusion of Indian and international cuisine in Balvinder’s healthy gluten free recipes.|
|Gluten Free For All – Blair is a mom of four kids — two of whom have gluten, casein, and other allergies. She started this blog to share her discoveries with dealing with gluten-free diets: her favorite foolproof recipes, tips she’s learned, stories about her family, experiences – Blair has a lot to share with other moms who are looking for healthy, GF meals that are also delicious!
Blair is excited to connect with other parents and members of the GFCF community and hopefully share and swap some tips!
|Gluten Free For Good – The Art & Science of Healthy Living. Melissa is a nutritional therapist on a mission to increase awareness of celiac disease and help people navigate the gluten-free lifestyle with confidence.|
|Gluten Free Guerrillas – Life is a Gluten Jungle for Celiacs. Gluten Free Guerrillas would love your help to collaborate and campaign for a better GF future for us, our friends and families.
Together we can share tips and encourage organizations to offer more GF services and products. Get involved today. Connect with us on Twitter & Facebook!
|Gluten Free for Jen – Kandi’s blog has some recipes (both gluten free and regular recipes that are naturally gluten free), crafts she does with her kids and some misc ramblings of a stay at home mom and a law enforcement wife.|
|Gluten Free Frenzy – Chandice tries to not only provide her readers with the most up-to-date gluten free product and restaurant reviews as possible, but to also be your #1 gluten free giveaway site! Gluten Free Frenzy is also home to the 25 Days of Christmas Giveaways, Gluten Free of Course! Annual Event with thousands of dollars in FREE prizes…so fun!|
|Gluten Free Frugal – Janelle blogs about living gluten free on a budget! She normally posts gluten free recipes, coupons, or deals that she finds, plus a bunch of other miscellaneous pieces of life.|
|Gluten-Free Fun – Erin Smith writes the blog Gluten-Free Fun. She was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in the early 1980s, so Erin’s been eating gluten-free for most of her life and has the unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community. She is passionate about showing the lighter side of having Celiac Disease and being gluten-free. Erin is also the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group which has bi-monthly events.|
|Gluten Free Gidget – Living, Learning and Loving in a Gluten Filled World. Katrina is a spunky, funny gal whose blog contains gluten-free and dairy-free recipes and a whole slice of life thrown in.|
|Gluten Free Gifts – Laura found herself always talking and thinking about food. Now that she has been gluten free for a little over two years she wants to share her love for gluten free cooking, that it can taste good and that most of it does.|
|Gluten Free Girl and The Chef – Say YES to gluten-free, say YES to life. Shauna and Danny share gluten-free recipes, cooking techniques, stories and their life together.|
|Gluten Free Gobsmacked – Sharing everyday recipes from a gluten-free kitchen with a side of life. Kate was gobsmacked when she found she had Celiac – share her recipes and her journey back to health.|
|Gluten Free Goodness – Gluten Free Whole Food Kitchen Experiments with NO gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, or corn. Cheryl has a website dedicated to her nutrition practice, info on Celiac disease, the gf diet and allergy free eating and her food experiments.|
|Gluten Free and Gorgeous – A UK food blog giving a positive take on living a gluten free life. It has recipes as well as interviews and news and views from the gluten free world. Maria is especially keen to help reduce the price of gluten free foods as well as increasing the range and quality of products in the UK. Maria also wants to exchange news and views with our coeliac / gluten free friends in the US.|
|Gluten Free Grubbing – Lindsay’s blog is about GF dining/restaurant reviews in NYC. Lindsay also incorporates places from wherever she travels as well as commercial products she has tried. She is slowly trying to expand into various directions. Lindsay recently added GF menu options in NYC and plans to add more for other regions.|
|Gluten Free Guinea Pig – Nicole is a writer in Vancouver BC Canada. She reviews restaurants, products, cookbooks and recipes. She comes across in the lower mainland, western Washington, and anywhere she travels. After 23 years of migraines, 14 of them on medication to prevent daily migraines, she has found relief through a gluten free diet. Her son is gluten intolerant as well.|
|Gluten Free Happy Tummy – A Gluten-Free/Mostly-Vegan food blog. Documenting healing and coping with Ulcerative Colitis through Diet. Daily recipes that are gluten and dairy free, organic, and promote a “happy tummy.”|
|The Gluten Free Hart – A no frills take on a gluten free lifestyle through the eyes of a Perth mum who is Coeliac and a 5 year old daughter who shares the same genetic makeup.|
|Gluten Free Help– Tina has created a purely helpful and resourceful site for anyone in need of information about gluten, gluten-free or celiac issues, with contributing writers from tops in these professions including the many wonderful celiac and recipe bloggers.
This site also offers terrific bi-weekly gluten-free give-aways.
|The Gluten Free Homemaker – Recipes and Tips for the Gluten Free Diet. Linda provides gluten free recipes and information and is very involed in the gluten free community with her weekly round-up Gluten-free Wednesdays and monthly challenges.|
|Gluten Free Hungry Girl – Brynne blogs about her experiences as a celiac – mostly sharing recipes and restaurant reviews. She started the blog over a year and a half ago to spread awareness of Celiac Disease and help others facing similar challenges as her own.|
|The Gluten-Free Illustrator – An illustrated journey to good health. Erin is a busy Mom and artist who maintatins her hectic schedule by following a gluten-free diet. Her blog features gluten-free art.|
Gluten-Free in Florida – For years Carolanne has been using Gluten-Free products from around the world. She’s learned a little about GF Travel. And she might know a bit about getting started on the GF diet. She hopes you enjoy!
Gluten Free in Plano, Texas – Leanne comes from a family that worships bread, and now she can’t eat it. Here are her tales and tips – all gluten-free.
Gluten Free Gabber – Helping people with and without Celiac Disease discover that living Gluten Free can taste great.
|Gluten Free in Georgia – Angela started living on the gluten-free diet in 2010 after both her aunt and mother were diagnosed with celiac disease and she began to suffer from similiar symptoms. She shares gluten-free recipe successes and failures, gluten-free products and gluten-free restraurant experiences.|
|Gluten Free in Georgia – Adventures in Gluten (and Sugar) Freedom from a southern blogger chick! Ginger explores gluten-free living in Georgia as well as gluten-free news.|
|The Gluten Free Hipster – Alex wears skinny jeans, listens to Indie music, reads the New York Times, brings her dog to coffee shops + lives as a GF hipster girl cookin up all things gluten free.|
|Gluten Free Is Life – Navigating a a gluten-free diet in a gluten-filled life. Kimberly is a gluten-free wife, mom & runner who has made it her mission to to embrace an entirely new approach to nutrition in a gluten-free world, exploring options that run the gamut from “made from scratch” homemade bread to sampling and reviewing the gluten-free prepared foods that are continuously being introduced to the market.|
|The Gluten Free Italian – As an Italian and a New Yorker, the thought of giving the foods Lauren’s culture and my city were most known for – pizza and pasta! – was daunting. She created this blog to share her successes and failures, as well as great recipes, gluten free products and restaurants. Just don’t compare her to Elisabeth Hasselbeck.|
|Gluten Free Jenna – GlutenFreeJenna.com is a site designed to help people recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease learn how to live a gluten free lifestyle. Gluten Free Jenna is an attempt to share recipes, stories, product and restaurant reviews and more that can make living gluten free a little less expensive, a little easier, and a little more enjoyable.|
|Gluten Free Jersey Girl – Carrie started her blog to share her experiences being gluten free and dairy free in New Jersey. Carrie’s blog includes recipes, product reviews and restaurant reviews.|
|Gluten Free Julia – Gluten Free Julia tries to lighten the atmosphere surrounding living a gluten free lifestyle by offering a honest and humorous account of what it really means to live gluten-free and helpful advice and steps to make it easier for all involved!|
|Gluten Free[k] – Living With Coeliac Disease and Crohn’s Disease. Caleigh’s blog is about living with Coeliac Disease and Crohn’s Disease. She writes about her experiences at restauants, reactions of other people and posts gluten free recipes.|
|Gluten Free Katie – Katie’s blog started, in March 2012, with cooking and baking gluten free for her boyfriend (now fiancé) and now she is eating gluten free (for several months now). Katie converts some recipes to gluten free and tries other gluten free recipes that she finds, either in cookbooks or online. Katie especially loves baking and likes trying new things.|
|Gluten Free Kid – Jen’s blog shares her experiences as a parent of a child with Coeliac Disease. Her daughter was diagnosed when she was 16 months old and they have learned to adapt to her gluten-free diet. It may be of interest or use to other parents who are learning to cope with a gluten-free kid.|
Gluten Free Kids Travel – Jen writes about living abroad and traveling in Asia, Europe and America with her young celiac daughter. They hope to inspire others to travel globally gluten free!
|Gluten Free Kitchens – At age 28 Jenni developed an allergy to wheat that would mark the beginning of her family’s journey into the world of gluten free living. This blog is filled with all of their missteps and victories along the way.|
Gluten Free Lady – Gluten Free Lady, a website/blog with tips, resources and holistic medicine for embracing and transitioning into a gluten free lifestyle is brought to you by Sue. Enjoy and please pass it on to others you know who are interested in Gluten Free Living and cooking!
|Gluten Free LI – Gluten Free on Long Island, NY. Suewas diagnossed with Celiac Disease in the summer of 2005. Since then she has been on a continual quest to find restaurants that have the best GF menu options and is always on the lookout for new GF products on Long Island and blogs about her experiences.|
Gluten Free Lifestyle – On Molly’s blog, she shares recipes that she used to make before her celiac-diagnosis, but has adjusted to be gluten-free. She also shares resources for those new to the gluten-free community as well as resources and support for people affected by alopecia, like she was. Molly’s recipes are user-friendly and are all currently made on a camp stove or a crock pot as her kitchen is being remodeled.
|Gluten Free Makeup Gal – Hunting down Gluten Free makeup for gluten free gals! Sharing info, reviews, and research about that hidden monster called “gluten” in our skin care.|
|Gluten Free Maui – Aloha! Amanda is eating gluten free on a rock in the sea. She has a slow food oriented food philosophy. Her blog offers her perspectives on life, food, and fun. Restaurant, cookbook, and product reviews are just some of the information one can find on Gluten Free Maui. The most important thing to Amanda is truth, which is exactly what is found on her blog. The aloha spirit, paired with the Southern hospitality and a sometimes fiery spirit make for a very unique reading experience.|
|Gluten Free Mom – Jamie’s blog is simply about Life, Gluten Free. It includes everything from some of her favorite GF products and recipes, to talking about life a as a Gluten Free Family. Jaimie continues blogging because of the support of the GF community. Her readers understand what it is like to be sick or have someone you love that is sick. They are people just like her who stand in front of the refrigerator with the door open wondering “what should I cook for dinner tonight?” It is Jamie’s desire to make Life, Gluten Free easier for her readers and it is their support and encouragement that keeps her blogging.|
|Gluten Free Mrs D. – Mrs D is a London girl with a love of adventure and travel. Her blog shares information on gluten free products and coeliac friendly places that she finds both at home in the UK as well as on her frequent travels internationally.|
|Gluten Free Musings – Rambling observations about living gluten-free. Sharing insights about food, gossip and living life gluten-free.|
|Gluten Free Nirvana – Mary shares what she has learned and continues to learn about what it means to have gluten sensitivities and living gluten-free. Mary shares on topics such as Celiac Disease, gluten intolerance, and general health and nutrition. Come and join Mary on her journey to better health!|
|Gluten Free Nourish Me & The Gluten-Free Advocacy Group – The Gluten-Free Advocacy Group collaborates with reliable gluten-free companies, and provides celiac disease, nutrition, and fitness information for the community. They promote and give away products, recipes, and wellness regimens to heal and sustain the body and mind.|
|Gluten-Free on a Shoestring – Making gluten-free enjoyable … and affordable. Nicole teaches you how to feed your whole family gluten-free food that will have the neighbors begging for a seat at your table. And you’ll be able to do it all without breaking the bank.|
|Gluten-Free Optimist – Enjoy a positive slice of gluten-free life with celiac disease resources, gluten-free news, reviews, praise, and humor. Sandra is a freelance writer and social media expert. She also blogs at Gluten-Free Social Media Tips and is the DC Gluten-Free Examiner.|
|Gluten Free Pammy – Pam’s husband got diagnosed with celiac, that’s when she created a gluten free blog to share all her recipes with other people.|
|Gluten Free Pantry – Laura is a stay-at-home mother of two kids who is passionate about health and nutrition.|
|Gluten Free Poodle – Gloria is a registered dietitian, diagnosed with celiac disease almost 20 years ago. She also raised a celiac child. She is currently living in Pontiac, in Central Illinois and is trying to start a local celiac support group. Gloria sees a great need for gluten free cooking and shopping information in her community.|
The Gluten Free RD – Lacy is a registered dietitian and a diagnosed celiac helping others learn to live a healthy gluten free life. On her blog you will find many gluten free resources, product and restaurant reviews, as well as recipes and up to date research regarding the gluten free lifestyle.
|The Gluten-Free RD – Rachel gives a registered dietitian’s perspective on finding the balance between eating gluten-free healthfully and happily. Includes gluten-free and general health and nutrition information, recipes, product and restaurant reviews, and thoughts about navigating a gluten-free lifestyle.|
Gluten Free Road Trip – Jennifer lives in Los Angeles and loves to travel. This blog includes restaurant reviews from the LA area and from her travels. Jennifer also includes gluten free recipes and product reviews.
Gluten Free Rosie – Rosie is a London based Coeliac training to be a Dietitian who is a healthy gluten-free cook, food blogger and supper club host. Using Rosie’s knowledge of nutrition this blog investigates simple ways to optimally nourish the body, enhance good digestion, and live life in a way that boosts all round health. Rosie’s recipes are all gluten, wheat and refined sugar-free using fresh ingredients to create meals which are delicious and packed full of nutrients. Rosie aims to analyze nutritional topics critically using evidence-based science, translating it in a way for everyone to understand.
|Gluten Free RN – Nadine is a national expert and speaker who specializes in the recognition of celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Gluten Free RN is a website that discusses all issues related to celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Nadine shares education, events, videos, recipes, resources and much more.|
|Gluten Free Recipe Box – Gluten free recipes as well as recipes that are also dairy-free, casein-free and sugar-free. Includes a gluten free forum page.|
|Gluten Free Respect – Diagnosed with celiac at age 40, after a lifetime of symptoms and after losing nearly 50% bone density, Debbie is passionate about increased celiac awareness and increased celiac testing. Her goal for 2015 is to increase school nurse celiac education so those who see symptomatic kids daily and routinely can start pointing parents in the right direction. Our kids deserve it!|
|The Gluten Free Reviewer – Honest reviews from an Award winning Gluten free baker.|
|The Gluten Free Scallywag – A Collection of Gluten Free Recipes for Everyone to Enjoy. Jas. is an Aussie gal who shares the gluten free recipes that she creates, adapted or aome across on her web surfing adventures to make the tummy full and the body happy.|
|Gluten Free SCD and Veggie – Vicky originally started her blog to share her vegetarian grain free (and gluten free) recipes to followers of The Specific Carbohydrate Diet which has helped her son make a remarkable recovery from Crohn’s Disease. Since Vicky follows a gluten free diet for health reasons she has included some recipes which are suitable for a gluten-free diet only.|
|Gluten Free Spinner – Mary is fairly new to the gluten free blogging community but she loves sharing her passion for photography and cooking while living a gluten free lifestyle. She is a freelance food stylist/photographer and shares a spin into her life with family and friends while offering tips and suggestions that she has learned along the way.|
|Gluten Free Taste Of Home – Gluten free giveaways, product reviews, restaurant reviews, and comfort food recipes. Cinde is the mother of a child with Celiac Disease, a freelance writer, contributor to Delight Gluten Free Magazine, and a contributor to The Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook. Cinde was also one of 10 gluten free bloggers invited to participate in a gluten free summit at the General Mills headquarters in Minneapolis.|
|Gluten Free Thailand – Marley is a Canadian living and working in Bangkok, Thailand. She was offered the post of teaching English and Drama in an international school there in February 2012 while living in England. Just a few short months later Marley found out that she had Celiac Disease. The UK was very easy for Celiacs, but Thailand has been a challenge. That is why she started her blog Gluten Free Thailand. Her blog features restaurant reviews, places to shop and product recommendations available in Thailand.|
|Gluten Free Travelette – Stories about cooking gluten free with real ingredients, traveling with food intolerances, and growing an edible garden. In addition to recipes and restaurant reviews, Adina also reviews places to stay and writes about things to do while traveling.|
|Gluten Free Travels – Nancy writes about easy to prepare gluten free and lactose free dishes. Many of the the dinners are prepared while traveling in a 26-foot RV, so there is no fancy kitchen. Her husband, Alan, does not have gluten issues, so the menus and recipes have to work for him as well; so they can’t taste gluten free.|
|Gluten Free Twin Mom – Pamela’s blog is about Gluten Free for all ages! Having been gluten free for 25 years and now having twin girls who have been diagnosed with Celiac, these are the adventures of her cooking and search for fantastic gluten free food. The blog will share recipes, gardening tips, product reviews and restaurant reviews relating to both gluten free adults and children.|
|Gluten Free UAE – Gluten Free UAE offers recipes, information, and support for the newly diagnosed as well as monthly events.|
|Gluten Freeways – This blog is dedicated to gluten free Los Angeles — restaurants, bakeries, recipes, and any new products found in L.A.|
|Gluten Free Yummy – Laurie has been gluten-free all her life. Ironically, she lives smack dab in the middle of rolling wheat fields. Growing up, Laurie had a wonderful pediatrician who specialized in allergies and diagnosed her accurately when she was a baby. Unfortunately, she lived through years of almost non-existent gluten-free products, and those that were on the market generally tasted terrible. Laurie started this blog to share her favorite recipes and try to connect with the GF community. Her motto: “Life’s too short to eat bad food!”|
|Gluten Free Works – John & Cleo help people get well, look good and stay healthy living gluten-free. They feature helpful tips, recipes, advice and resources from gluten-free bloggers and other experts around the country.|
|Gluten Free 18 – Nicole’s blog “Gluten Free 18” is dedicated to anyone that knows what it is like to be sensitive to gluten. Whether you have been officially diagnosed with celiac disease, or you have chosen to live a gluten free lifestyle you have come to the right place. On glutenfree18 you will learn about everything ‘gf’ (gluten free).|
|The Gluten Exchange – Good-Bye Gluten…Hello Healthy! Melissa is a California girl living a gluten free lifestyle and loving it! Melissa started her blog, The Gluten Exchange, in July 2011 to provide a resource for working young professional, balancing a social life, starting a career, taking on new responsibilities, and doing it all gluten free! The Gluten Exchange addresses everything gluten free including dining out, product reviews, g-free conferences and events, and most importantly, tips and tricks for BAKING gluten free! Melissa loves her g-free life!|
|Gluten Makes Me Sick – Jillian hopes to encourage, inspire, and pick you up when you are feeling down. She wants to share what she has learned about recipes, products, exciting discoveries, as well as her experiences in life sans gluten.|
|Gluten Og Melkefri Inspirasjon – Norwegian, gluten and dairy free blog with recipes for cakes, dinners, deserts, bread and more. Written by a 31 year old woman living on a small farm on the Norwegian countryside.|
|A Gluten-Less Foodie – Annie was diagnosed with Celiac Disease years ago. But coming from a family of amazing chefs, her passion for food and cooking never vanquished, so she continued to spend time in the kitchen with her mom. Over time, they learned together the wonders of meals sans gluten.|
|Glutenwheatfree4me – This blog is written from a newbie’s point of view as Christa embarks on the gluten-free journey. It will include “Recipes, Reviews, and Rants with a bit of fun stuff thrown in for good measure.” She posts her own personal experiences, things she has learned, refers to posts that mean a lot to her that she believes will help others, and eventually, will post her own recipes as she “re-educates” herself on the art of baking and gluten free nutrition.|
|Gluten vs. The Foodie – Lisa, a Web Designer and self-proclaimed Foodie recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease, decides to dust off her culinary superhero boots and show Gluten who’s boss. She shares her Gluten-Free adaptations of favorite recipes, discoveries about new Gluten-Free products, and advice along the journey!|
|Glut-ilicious – Rita studied Culinary Arts and Hospitality in Greece and used to work as a cook for 5 years. Rita was diagnosed with celiac and as a cook,it was difficult to adjust into her new life..But she found the way and is here with you to share recipes with this blog!|
|Go GFCF – provides recipes, information, and coaching to remove the fear of going gluten-free, casein-free because “eating differently can still be delicious;” written by a mom of a child with Autism.|
|The Good Stuff – Alex has tested many allergy-free and gluten-free recipes to bring you The Good Stuff, so you don’t have too. Along with help cooking tips and other tid-bits; there lots of good stuff coming your way.|
|Gorgeous Gluten-Free Grub – Therese records coeliac-friendly menus and meals across Australia at cafes, restaurants, hotels, guest houses, pubs and clubs.|
|Go With Your Gut – You Already Know What to Do… Ilise is a diet and lifestyle coach and her blog features gluten free recipes, news and tips on living a healthy gluten-free life.|
|Gracefully Gluten Free – Grace provides friendship, encouragement, and advice that has been tried and proven to those suffering from Celiac Spru, gluten sensitivities, or wheat allergies.|
|The Grecian Garden – The Grecian Garden began in March of 2009 and strives to help people transform their lives by simple lifestyle modifications that have lasting results. Melanie has a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in complementary alternative medicine specializing in holistic nutrition, and her blog is full of recipes so healthy and delicious that you won’t miss gluten and other common food allergens.|
|Green Vegan Living – Geanna created a blog that focuses on [sustainable] green living in a vegan, gluten-free way. She posts whatever she feels is “necessary”, which includes but is not limited to: recipes, restaurant reviews, events (both local and global), etc. She has been writing it for over 3 years and became gluten-free for just about a year and a half now.|
Growing Up Gluten Free – With just about one year of gluten-free living under her belt, Estelle started her blog, Growing Up Gluten Free to chronicle her family’s experiences and connect with the larger gluten-free community. Growing Up Gluten Free follows their trials and tribulations of living gluten-free and includes recipes, product and restaurant reviews, and random ranting about all things GF.
The Gut Gazette – The Gut Gazette is a blog that aims to create more awareness around Crohn’s disease and to blog about food, products and everything gluten free!
Hadassah Patterson – Hadassah is currently completing a double major in Culinary and Hotel and Restaurant Management at Wake Technical Community College. She is an American Culinary Federation Member in good standing. Two years ago, Hadassah went gluten-free.
Hadassah is a freelance food writer and recipe developer. She is also a member and guest blogger at World Gourmet Society, and member of Femfessionals Raleigh.
Happy Celiac – The mission of Happy Celiac is to promote a more positive and healthier view of celiac disease. To help you feel less defeated, more positive and empowered to succeed in your own journey. To help you become more than your symptoms, and ultimately to be HAPPY!
|Healthful Pursuit – Leanne is a Holistic Nutritionist, she shares her journey on living a whole foods, dairy-free, and gluten-free life. Complete with health articles and original, easy, [and sometimes vegan] great tasting recipes. Her blog is a great resource for all things healthful!|
|The Healthy Advocate – Brandon is a grain-free, young healthy advocate who balances school work with tasty and healthy gluten free cooking experiments. These experiments often succeed and find their way into his blog, along with various articles on health, nutrition, physical fitness and emotional wellness.|
|The Healthy Apple – Amie Valpone, HHC, AADP is a Manhattan based Culinary Marketing Consultant, Professional Recipe Developer, Food Columnist, and Nutritionist specializing in ‘Clean’ Gluten-Free recipes.Amie shares her passion for and approach to ‘Clean Eating’ by focusing on natural, whole foods and ingredients that are good for you and your body. Through The Healthy Apple, Amie provides balanced, accessible and engaging information on the most basic components of good health.|
|Helhetlig Liv – Sally is an American holistic nutritionist living in Norway. Helhetlig Liv is where she writes about nutrition based on whole and traditional foods, holistic health, and about her life as an aspiring farmer. Sally’s son and she are both gluten sensitive, so all of her recipes are gluten free and most have allergy-friendly alternatives for dairy and eggs.|
|The Heritage Cook – The Heritage Cook is where traditional comfort foods, gluten-free options, and healthy alternatives merge with today’s food trends, giving you hundreds of recipes to enjoy. Learn techniques, get inspired, and join in the fun of our weekly Chocolate Mondays!|
|Hey That Tastes Good! – Or, how I learned that gluten-free doesn’t mean taste-free. Jill posts gluten-free recipes and pretty pictures.|
|Hippie Mom’s Frugal Way of Gluten Free Living – Natalie’s blog is meant to help those living a gluten free lifestyle to expand their resources through product/company reviews, great deals, recipes, etc… Gluten free living can be isolating, so the blog encourages further mainstream progress.|
|Hives in the Kitchen – This is a blog which tells the story of Lexi’s journey raising a child with multiple severe food allergies. She blogs about what they’re learning and what they’re cooking.|
|Hold The Gluten – Travel, products, reviews and recipes. Maureen is on a journey to heal herself by omitting gluten from her diet.|
|Homemades – The Joy Of Domestic Cooking. Arfi hails from New Zealand and bakes gluten-free goodies. She also cooks Indonesian food which commonly is gluten-free. She has turned to be posting gluten-free as she and her kids have to be wheat-free.|
|Hope’s Kitchen – Melanie started blogging a few months ago because she was frequently meeting people who were gluten free, going gluten free or dealing with food allergies and she wanted to help them. Melanie wished she could take each one of them out to coffee and give them a crash course on what she’s learned since her little girl was diagnosed with food allergies (to egg, wheat, rye, barley, nuts and more) almost 6 years ago. Since taking each of them out to coffee wasn’t realistic, blogging seemed to be a great way to share what she’s learned, and is learning. The learning curve to adapt her cooking/baking was long and hard. So she would like to help make the journey a little easier for others who are in the same boat.|
|Howard the Celeriac – Howard likes to take a lighter look at the downfalls of gluten…|
|I Am A Celiac – A place where Amy shares budget family friendly gluten free recipes that everyone in the family will love!|
|I Am Gluten Free – It’s So Easy To Be Gluten Free! Ellen began blogging in January ’05, shortly after being diagnosed with Alopecia and Celiac Disease. She loves blogging, trying new recipes and sharing them others, and most especially loves inspiring others and helping them learn that gluten free is not only manageable, but it can be fun too!|
|Identity Undecided – Jackie is a gluten free vegan athlete, mom, wife, nurse, foodie, and wino committed to helping others find their way along that path to wellness. She just started a weekly list called “Things I Love Thursdays” or TILT…it’s to highlight the yummy gluten free things I’ve found on my path to gluten free living. Jackie had no one to help her in this process so she would like to help others. Jackie makes and posts her own recipes and directs others to amazing recipes from other sites she’s found and loves!|
|I’m a Celiac – Pam is a working wife and mom trying to make good Gluten Free meals for her family. She posts weekly menu plans, recipes, restaurant reviews and giveaways. Her goal is to create easy to make recipes, using everyday ingredients. She is also the author of Family Approved Gluten Free Recipes.|
|In Flora’s Kitchen – An Adventure in Gluten-free Cooking! Flora is a serious home cook on a mission to create delicious, Gluten Free meals for her family.|
|Inspired RD – Alysa is a registered dietitian, personal trainer, crafter, cook, wife and mom. One year into blogging, she was diagnosed with celiac disease. She blogs about healthy eating, cooking with kids, fitness, occasional crafting, and lots of healthy gluten-free recipes.|
|Ivy’s Garden – Ivy’s blog focuses on educating the public about gluten issues, healthy diets, etc. The blog is headed by Ivy, the chef, and her husband Mark.
Ivy specializes in mainly gluten free Asian dishes/recipes (Ivy’s originally from Hong Kong), as well as gluten and food related trends, tips and news.
|Jenn Cuisine – A Mostly Gluten Free Cooking Blog. Jenn’s blog is about cooking and finding ways to make and appreciate food and flavor, without being overly fussy. Gluten-free recipes and beautiful photography.|
|GF Jules – Gluten Free Recipes and Videos. Jules was an avid baker who was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Her blog has recipes, baking tips,new gluten free products and restaurant finds.|
|Keep it Simple Keep it Fresh – Lissa’s goal for her blog is to make gluten free baking and cooking easy and accessible, especially for those newly diagnosed with celiac or a gluten intolerance. She feels switching to a gluten free lifestyle can be overwhelming and she’s hoping to make it fun and easy.|
|The Kids are Grown, Now What? – Melissa has been blogging on and off since 1998. She has been gluten free for a little over a year now. Melissa loves to learn and she learns something new every day and tries to pass that new knowledge on to her readers.|
|Kitchen Apparel – Sandra is a mother of two and a self-proclaimed foodie. Her blog was started as a pursuit to accessorize her health. After working with a health coach Sandra discovered that she had a sensitivity toward gluten and learned the benefits of a gluten-free lifestyle. Sandra loves finding new healthy recipes to try, and has been enjoying the challenge of making her old favorite recipes gluten-free.|
|Kumquat – Gretchen is a Registered Dietitian and freelance Recipe Developer & Food Stylist. Through her blog she shares gluten-free recipes that she loves with plenty of pictures and occasional health tips.|
|La Buena Fe: A Gluten-Free Life in the Dominican Republic – This gluten-free blog follows Lizzy’s life in the Dominican Republic, as well as her adventures as a beginner in an “international” kitchen.|
|La Tartine Gourmande – Stories about food and life. Bea is a food stylist/photographer/writer who considers her blog to be a privileged place where she can share her food discoveries, stories, and experiments. Gluten-free recipes and stunning photography.|
|Le blog de Toutitelulu – Julie (or Lulu for her friends) is a 15 year old blog host from France. Her blog is in french, but she loves reading blogs in English. She would like to talk to people from other countries since celiac disease isn’t well known. On her blog you can find her story, gluten free and casein free recipes, gluten free tips, reviews on some gluten free products she has tested, and other articles.|
|Learning to Eat Allergy Free – Colette offers top 8 allergen-free and gluten-free food solutions for busy families. She is an allergen-free baker and food allergy mom.|
|Lemonade Makin’ Mama – Sasha blogs about the random things she knows in life, mainly, family life, faith and food. She loves to laugh, cry, talk, organize, bake, celebrate, and photograph it all.|
|Lexie’s Kitchen – Modified Recipes for Modified Diets: Gluten-Free, Casein-Free and Allergy-Friendly Eats and Treats. Lexie creates gluten-free, dairy-free and allergy freindly recipes and has some pretty eye popping photos to boot!|
|Life from Scratch – Gluten-free, soy-free, and eco-smart living in the Canadian prairies. Jodi and her young daughter are both Celiac, and her daughter is also allergic to soy.|
|Life Gluten Free – Recipes From Our Gluten Free + Allergy Free Kitchen. Mom and Sophie are having fun on their journey with gluten-free and allergy-free cooking.|
|Life in my Houseful of Boys – Kirsteen is a Scottish mum of four boys, two of whom have severe allergies to wheat & dairy produce. Her blog is a place for sharing recipes she has adapted to be gluten & dairy free.|
|Life + Running – Adventures in healthy living (mentally and physically) through fitness, whole and gluten-free food, art and design, music, and friends.|
|Lillian’s Test Kitchen – This is a comedy cooking show for people with food allergies and food sensitivities. Lillian makes other people’s (gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, cane sugar-free and soy-free) recipes for the very first time on camera; often adapting the recipe on the fly so that people can see what it’s really like to follow (or in some cases vaguely follow) that particular recipe with those particular ingredients.|
|A Little Blueberry – Allison is a working mom to a beautiful baby girl who she is raising gluten free. She decided to become gluten free after a pregnancy loss and it has completely changed her life.|
|Living Free – Living free of gluten, dairy and sugar. Aubree is a generous blogger who shares her gluten, dairy and sugar free recipes and introduces you to other bloggers with her weekly top 10 lists.|
|Losing it Little By Little – Brenda started her blog to chronicle her weight loss journey, but it has turned into so much more! It’s a place where she can share information about fitness, fun, and food. Brenda is newly diagnosed with gluten intolerance, so that will become a new focus for her.|
|Low-Carb, So Simple! – Elivira is a Finnish blogger who loves challenges. Every week she develops and publishes gluten-free, sugar-free low-carb recipes with 5 ingredients or less. She only uses natural, mostly organic ingredients and tries to make her recipes simple, appetizing and healthy. Elvira has been gluten-free for a few years now, and has never felt better!|
|Made to Glow – Made to Glow provides resources, information, and inspiration around healthy eating (gluten-free, dairy-free recipes), self-care, and non-toxic living. When we feel whole, balanced, and healthy, we radiate from the inside out. We are all made to glow!|
|Mama Me Gluten Free – Gluten-free living at its delectable best! Gluten-free recipes and product highlights that are kid- and adult-approved, by gluten-free and gluten-eating family and friends.|
|Manifest Vegan – an entirely vegan recipe website featuring everything from appetizers to desserts and everything in between. In 2009, when Allyson was diagnosed with celiac disease, Manifest Vegan also became 100% gluten-free. Recipes posted weekly with accompanying original photography.|
|Más allá de 365 sonrisas – Marta is a celiac and has taken refuge in the kitchen which she converted into her passion. She lives happily cooking to prove that gluten-free can be a delicious and tasteful delight for everyone.|
|Meals with Morri – “Delicious. Nutritious. Gluten free.” It’s the Meals with Morri motto for a reason.|
|Me and the Chef – Sascha’s other half Rob is a professional Chef for over 15 years. Sascha started the blog without Rob knowing, but after about 10 entries she was getting more hits, so she showed him, and he has been creating recipes, while she photographs and documents. Covering breakfast right through to desserts, they cover pretty much everything. Most are recipes for home, but there are also sneaky peaks into the world of Molecular Cuisine as well.|
Megg Salad – A self-proclaimed health nut with a fascination for the power of food and the effect it has on our bodies, Megan shares wholesome, delicious and super-nutritious recipes that also happen to be gluten and dairy-free. Megan is a holistic health coach living in Dallas where she works with people to help them change their diet, find balance and achieve their own personal health goals.
|Mintgrapefruit – Catherine is a wife, mother, artist, and blogger. She blogs about her adventures in the kitchen, life, her battles with IBD and about being gluten free. She shares recipes and life experiences, her recipes (try to be) healthy and family friendly. A few crafts and DIY projects, both for kids and adults, will be thrown in every now and then just to mix things up a bit.|
|Misterbelly – A gluten-free blog focused on living, eating and cooking gluten-free, with an emphasis on discovering new and delicious gluten-free products. Liz does giveaways on regular basis.|
|Mom-Blog – Mom-Blog is Gina’s journey raising two special needs children. A big part of their journey over the last year has been learning to cook gluten-free (as well as other allergens), getting back to whole foods, and living a healthier lifestyle, plus all the other “extras” that come with raising disabled children. Gina also does giveaways and product reviews, trying her best to focus on products that are compatible with allergen-free and nontoxic living.|
|Momma Melly – Just an average mommy sharing gluten free recipes, craft projects, autism awareness & random adventures. Melly loves crafting, baking, blogging and learning new things. She is a mommy of an energetic 5 year old. He’s the sunshine of her life, and inspiration. Motherhood isn’t always easy, but it’s the best job in the world! Reminder: (This is NOT a medical blog. For medical advice and information consult your health-care provider).|
|The Mommy Bowl – Filled with the gluten-free, dairy-free good stuff, Deanna is filling her old cereal bowl with gluten-free, dairy-free and sometimes vegan recipes.|
|Mommy? I’m Hungry! – A family style recipe blog with recipes for everyone, including Mom after she recently went gluten free.|
|My Akshayapatra – Sandhya is a big foodie and loves cooking. In her blog she provides easy and healthy versions of Indian cuisine along with food from various countries. Sandhya comes from a family with lots of thyroid issues, so she tries to make gluten free food as much as she can.|
|My Darling Lemon Thyme – My darling lemon thyme is where former chef Emma Galloway shares recipes, tips on organic vegetable gardening and the occasional story about life as a mostly gluten & diary free vegetarian mother.|
|My Kitchen Capers – This blog follows Rochelle’s gluten-free culinary adventures. Instead of worrying about all the things she COULDN’T eat, she set out on a journey to discover how to substitute foods without spending a fortune, keep eating out regularly, and not feel like she was missing out.|
|My Taste of Health – Lina is a 24 year old Natural therapist (studied two years of nutrition and herbal medicine). Her blog contains healthy recipes without gluten, dairy and sugars. She wants to inspire people to eat healthy – and also show how easy it can be just if you know what ingredients to use and not use!|
|Natural Living Family – Natural Living Family blog is all about how to become more natural. Natural living and natural health is clearly on the rise. But wading through the vast number of books and other resources can be exhausting. This blog focuses on offering strategies for healthy living to help get you started and further strategies for motivating you along the path to optimal healthy living. Gluten-free living is an essential component of optimal health. Throughout the blog, you will find fun GLUTEN-FREE recipes to satiate cravings as well as help you discover that healthy eating and natural living can be fabulous!|
|Nelbe Gluten Free – Janelle is a coeliac mum to two gorgeous boys, wife to a bigger one, navigating parenting and the gluten free jungle.|
|New Hippie Kitchen – Jennifer is a food photographer and artist who loves creating super easy, healthy recipes for gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan comfort food paired with gorgeous, colorful photography.|
|No Grain No Pain – Adventures in gluten free (and dairy free) living. Stephanie is redefining herself in the kitchen and loving every minute of it!|
|Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen – The best (and safest) gluten-free meals come from home cooking, though many shy away from the kitchen when they stop eating gluten. In Notes from a Gluten-Free Kitchen, Laura explores the possibilities beyond wheat, barley, and rye, offering recipes, kitchen notes, and guidance to curious cooks.|
|Not Even A Crumb – The mission of Not Even A Crumb is to raise awareness about Celiac Disease, “The #1 Disease You’ve Never Heard Of” which will increase diagnoses and save lives. Deb’s goal, via her NEAC blog, is to offer “easy to digest solutions for living a Gluten-Free lifestyle”. Additionally, in partnership with the Celiac Disease Foundation, Deb wrote and co-produced a National PSA to raise awareness. It is on her homepage (and CDF’s as well) It is currently airing Nationwide.|
|Nourishing Hope – Julie is a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in autism and related disorders – she is the author of Nourishing Hope for Autism. She’s passionate about helping children reach their full potential through specialized diet and nutrition support.|
|NutriFitMama – Nutrition + Fitness + A Few Kids + A Bit of Homeschooling = NutriFitMama. Amber’s goal is to encourage and inspire others to live, be happy and healthy even with a busy lifestyle.|
|Oats & Berries – We all need to eat, and the food choices we make can help or hurt our best attempts to be as healthy as we can be. Suzy likes to try new things in the kitchen and treat herself to good and good-for-you gluten free food. Her blog is her way of sharing her passion for food, while showing how easy it can be to live gluten free.|
|Our Earth Land – Gaby and Steve share information on sustainability and good health (gluten-free, organic and dairy- free recipes).|
|OurGFreeLife – The motto is: living gluten free without sacrifice. Allison’s husband and her both have celiac disease and their daughter has cow’s milk allergy and other food sensitivities. They are blogging about their favorite recipes, products and restaurants with easy to understand descriptions and pretty pictures! They have high standards for gluten free food, and hope that sharing their experiences helps others too.|
|Paleolliscious – Paleoliscious is a food blog featuring gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo and sometimes even vegan and raw recipes; health and nutrition based recipes and articles; dessert and oriental oriented recipes; travelogues from around the world. It is a blog, trying to raise awareness about diet and health and prove that healthy eating can be delicious and indulgent too.|
|The Paleo Parents – Stacy and Matt are a suburban couple with three children, six and under, who adopted a grain-free paleo lifestyle and lost 210 pounds between the both of them. They also helped restore the health and well-being of their children. Along the way, they became authors of a gluten-free, paleo friendly children’s cookbook and guidebook.|
|Palm Trees and Gluten Free – Wendy Blogs and Advocates for celiac disease, gluten intolerance and other food allergies. She also writes about how to survive being gluten free, the emotions that go along with being gluten free and reviews restaurants within Florida and other Southern states as well as reviews g-free and other free from products.|
|The Pantry Raider – What Do You Want to Eat?? – Chris tries to take the experience of cooking professionally, and apply it to cooking that anyone can do. It just happens to be gluten-free, and on a budget most of the time.|
|Pasta’s Kitchen– Food writer by day, financial journalist by day-job, Kristen “Pasta” Oliveri began Pasta’s Kitchen in June of 2009. She was urged to create a Web site showcasing her freelance food and wine articles, celebrating her love for food. Kristen’s new nickname and blog were born . Recently, the newly-named “Pasta” was diagnosed as being gluten and dairy intolerant. Kristen put down the wheat and picked up the pen, shifting her website, her freelance writing, and her recipe books towards a more reasonable way of eating. These days, Pasta is focused on eating healthy and awareness, maintaining a diet that steers clear of pre-packaged, gluten-riddled, calorie-laden dishes.|
|The Patient Celiac – Jess has Celiac Disease and is a physician and mother of 4. She is raising her kids gluten free.
The purpose of Jess’ blog is to promote awareness and provide information about both celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. She has appreciated a lack of knowledge about Celiac Disease both within and outside of the medical community. One of her goals is to keep her audience up to date on the latest research findings on gluten-related disorders, especially related to infants and children.
|Pati’s Recipes – Pati is a happily married mother who has auto immune hypothyroidism, which lead her to cut gluten, dairy& soy out of her diet. She enjoys baking & cooking. Pati’s blog shares recipes that are Gluten, Dairy, and Soy-free. Hope you enjoy !|
|Prana Kitchen – Krystal’s Kitchen is her creative space. A place to play and heal by experimenting with food. She was born with very sensitive digestion and food allergies (Thanks Dad). Growing up she was considered a burden to cater for and socially isolated at meal times, parties and gatherings.
By believing there must be a more accepting and inclusive way to live, Krystal learned how to cook from scratch using lots of natural, raw ingredients. Gluten, dairy and FODMAP friendly foods for all. Now she hopes to teach and share this way of life that includes both food, friends and becomes a positive experience that fits naturally into your life.
|Pretty Little Celiac – Rebecca blogs primarily about gluten free living, living with celiac disease, how to navigate the celiac world and other random musings! She loves interacting with her followers and has developed quiet the community on her blog and other social media like Facebook and Twitter.|
|Puja Blogs– Puja is a family medicine doctor with Celiac Disease. Her personal and professional interests are patient advocacy. She recently started a blog with the hopes of helping to become a bridge between doctors and patients with celiac disease. Puja wants to add a Human Component that sometimes is missing in purely medical/science based discussions and blogs.Puja gives talks at Whole Foods; and educates medical specialists such as OBGYN, Neurologists, and Psychiatrists about Celiac Disease.|
|Pure2Raw – This blog is Michelle and her sister’s personal health journey. They are gluten-free chefs that share recipes using wholesome natural ingredients. They love to bake as well as un-bake! They want to show others that eating gluten-free is delicious and fun. They share their love of fitness, and they love to travel and try new things whether that be a new product or flavor combination. All of their recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free, corn-free, soy-free and many of them are egg free too.|
|Queen of Quinoa – Alyssa has been living gluten-free for just about a year. With her blog she shares recipes inspired by her favorite gluten-free grain, quinoa. She brings flavors from around the world into her gluten-free kitchen. Many of her recipes are also dairy-free and vegetarian!|
|Real Sustenance – A Guide To Gluten and Dairy Free Living. Brittany has gluten and dairy free recipes as well as vegan, soy free, corn free, rice free and egg free recipes to both.|
|Resep bebas Gluten (Gluten Free Diet) – Marda is an Indonesian who lived in Italy and he blog contains gluten-free recipes mostly Indonesian. She beilievs you can have your cake – without gluten and with or without eggs. While the blog is written in Indonesian, it can be translated into 6 languages, including English.|
|Roll With It – You would think that surviving cancer in her twenties would have thrown her into a health craze, but it wasn’t until a few years ago when Suzanne’s husband fell ill with Crohn’s/Colitis that she started to delve deep into the food they ate. After completing the elimination diet, they now focus on eating clean, reducing inflammation in their bodies with food (not pills), awesome gluten free and refined sugar free baking AND they eat more veggies then they ever had growing up! Eating this way has kept her husband off his expensive medications and in remission for over 10 months. Join Suzanne as she rolls with life’s bumps through clean eating, a lot of humor and moving her booty!|
|The Saffron Girl – Debra is the person behind The Saffron Girl, which is a blog about food, travel, and photography. She loves to cook and strives to make everything we eat 100% gluten free, sugar free and mostly dairy free, as well.|
|Salts Kitchen – Write. eat. And cook. Rebecca loves finding new foods, being inspired to make something she’s never made, and most of all she loves feeding other people things that they have never tried before. Rebecca strives to disprove myths about food and what it means to eat well, to eat healthy, often on a budget, and for some of us- to eat with a bunch of food allergies (and still eat well!).|
|Sandi’s Allergy Free Recipes – Sandi’s blog is not only gluten free, but dairy, yeast, and refined sugar free as well. After she found out that she had multiple food allergies, Sandi had to make all of her own food. She started making up her own recipes and now she shares them with everyone else.|
|Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats – Sarah is the baker/blogger over at Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats, a place to share her delicious recipes for gluten free treats (some egg/dairy free too). Both her and her son have a gluten allergy and her husband has celiac disease. Sarah has embraced the adventure of gluten free baking and finds joy in giving others the confidence to bake again!|
|Sarah Wilson – Sarah is an Australian TV host and journalist who has hashimoto’s disease. She now comments, talks, opines and blogs about how to make life better and shares information on gluten-free living. She has a following based on her profile as former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine, host of MasterChef Australia, the most-watched TV show in Australian history and now host of Lifestyle YOU channel, columnist and TV panellist.|
|Sassy Kitchen – Gluten-free and vegan recipes with a bit of sass! Julia is trying to make eating fun again for those with intolerances.|
|SCD For Life – A blog providing recipes and experiences on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. The diet is gluten-free, grain-free, and sugar-free and is designed to help people with digestive issues like Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis, and Celiac.|
|Seasonal Alchemy – Seasonal Alchemy is Sarah’s way of sharing her seasonal journal…consisting of her own original, award winning, seasonal recipes. That happens to be gluten free, nourishing, and delicious.|
|Secrets of a Foodie – Secrets of a Foodie is a cooking journal made to show how to cook delicious food without all the unhealthy ingredients. All of Jacquline’s recipes are gluten free, made from natural and wholesome ingredients and will show you that you never need to sacrifice when it comes to food. You just need to know how to make the healthy taste delicious. Let the secrets be unveiled….bon appetite!|
|The Sensitive Epicure – Gluten Free Without Compromise. Erin is a gluten-free organic chemist & chef whose mission is to improve lives through smart development of kick-ass gluten free food.|
|The Sensitive Pantry – Cooking in a Sensitive World. Nancy gives us gluten-free, dairy-free. egg-free and vegan recipes along with some beautiful photos.|
|She Let Them Eat Cake – A Blog About Gluten Free Baking and Living. Maggie is a lifelong baker who embrtaced gluten-free baking for the love of her husband and son and hasn’t looked back since.|
|The Shelley Blog – Shelley’s son was diagnosed with Celiac when he was one year old and he is now 22. She has been doing this for a long time, and started the blog a couple years back.|
|Sift, Stir and Savour – Sift, Stir and Savour is a blog dedicated to gluten and dairy-free living. It also supports plant-based living and therefore every recipe you’ll find is not only delicious, but highly nutritious!|
|Simply…Gluten Free – Celebrating the abundance of gluten free living. Carol’s blog contains gluten free recipes and tips for living gluten free as well as monthly giveaways and this community page.|
|Simply Sugar and Gluten Free – Fabulous Food Made Healthier. Amy has maintained a 60+ pound weight loss and shares here sugar and gluten free recipes.|
|Simply 123 Allergy Free – Phyllis’ blog is full of simple, easy, gluten/soy, and dairy free recipes, product recommendations and tips. All of her recipes are original. Phyllis became aware of her gluten sensitivity quite a few years ago and was determined to figure out how to make all the foods that her family enjoyed without compromising the taste. Additionally, she is committed to living as healthy of a lifestyle as possible so always takes into consideration the quality of the ingredients that she uses to cook with.|
|Snacking Squirrel – Kelsey is a registered Yoga Teacher from Victoria BC Canada, dedicated to a balanced organic lifestyle. Her blog features everything from food and recipes, to fitness and healthy living. Growing up on the West Coast of Canada can be pretty interesting, but she’s still learning and appreciating the energy the place has to offer. This blog is her journey, or at least the way she sees it.|
|Soups of Our Planet – Soop is a family of 4 in the San Francisco Bay Area who is cooking their way through the soups of our planet one country a week. This is a sneaky way of getting their young boys into cooking, expanding their palates, and hopefully gaining some perspective about this big wide world we live in. All of the soups will be gluten free as Kristen (mom) has severe gluten intolerance. They will be hacking all kinds of traditionally gluten-full items (such as spaetzle) as they cook their soups, learn new ingredients and techniques, and expand their minds and palates.|
Southern In-Law – Southern In-Law is a healthy living and lifestyle blog which covers just about everything you can think of, but specializes in healthy, allergy friendly recipes that everyone could enjoy. Kristy was diagnosed as a coeliac after 18 years of eating gluten so she endeavors to show her readers that cooking healthy, allergy friendly meals can be simple, enjoyable and oh so delicious.
Spain Gluten Free – Ana’s blog tries to be a guide of Spain for people on a gluten-free diet. You can find information about restaurants, products, labeling in Spain, supermarkets where to find gluten-free products and news like food fairs, ecological markets, restaurants offers, etc. The information you can read in her blog comes from coeliacs / celiacs societies, Spanish webs and blogs of other coeliacs / celiacs, and her own experience as a celiac who lives in Madrid and likes to travel all around Spain. It is written in English.
Sparkles in the Everyday – Sparkles in the Everyday is a place where Barb shares the simple and amazing ‘sparkles’ that happen everyday…. AND that includes gluten free cooking, baking and…. eating !! Barb creates recipes that actually taste great and can be eaten by the whole family. Come and visit and find a whole lot more !!
The Spicy Carrot – Sharing gluten free recipes and health tips about a gluten free diet. Having been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease this vegetarian hopes to balance a vegetarian diet with gluten free alternatives.
|The Spicy RD – The Spicy RD blog mixes together a handful of nutrition advice, a dollop of delicious recipes, a pinch of gluten-free living tips, and a dash of spice!|
|Sprinkles and Allergies – Bethany is a 24 year old living with multiple severe food allergies. Diagnosed with Celiac Disease/gluten intolerance in February 2009, and recently diagnosed with a life threatening soy allergy (anaphylaxis), she has decided to dedicate a website to everything sans soy and gluten. These sneaky culprits are hidden everywhere and if you’re quite sensitive, everyday life can be scary and full of anxiety. This site will cover everything from soy derived additives, to makeup, to brominated vegetable oil. This is your soy-free, gluten-free, legume free, peanut free safe haven! Gluten free since February 2009, Soy free, Legume free, Peanut free, Yeast free since July 2011.|
|The Spunky Coconut – Gluten Free, Casein Free, Sugar Free and Often Raw. This is Kelly’s family journal of overcoming autism, ADD, celiac disease and gluten intolerance and collection of recipes.|
|StayBasic – StayBasic focuses on simplicity parenting and slow food. Mia is mostly vegan and all gluten-free, so her blog has recipes that satisfy this combo – both cooked and raw. She is fascinated with how moms (and dads) can feed themselves and their families with clean delicious foods – even in our busy world. And Mia loves taking pictures!|
|Straight Into Bed Cakefree And Dried – How grain-free was better than ok. Naomi is a homeopath and nutritionist and a lovely wordsmith. Enjoy her beautiful writting and photograph and join in the monthly event she founded. – Go Ahead Honey Its Gluten Free.|
|Strength & Sunshine – Strength and Sunshine is a healthy living blog focusing on Rebecca’s journey with eating healthy for her food allergies and Celiac, as well as her love for fitness and yoga. Rebecca shares healthy and delicious recipes to fit any dietary need and loves providing support, tips, and love!|
|Sugarface Bakes – Susan cooks Gluten/Dairy/Soy/Refined Sugar free. The blog is mostly devoted to desserts, but will include other foods as well. She wanted to devote a blog of recipes that gives people with allergies delicious options. Her motto is “Going without doesn’t mean you have to feel deprived.” It is just getting off the ground, but she post regularly on it|
|Super Milk Mama – Ester’s blog is about her journey in healing her son Jojo’s eczema through nutritious foods while breastfeeding. After discovering that his eczema was caused by gluten intolerance and candida, I learned to create “SuperMilk,” its the name Super Milk Mama. Her blog educates Mom’s to eat incredibly nutritious food during pregnancy, breastfeeding and beyond. All recipes are gluten free and sugar free.|
|Sure Foods Living -Practical Advice for Living with Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Food Allergies. Alison and her family live happily gluten-free, a gluten-free lifestyle blog.|
|Sweet Potato Bun – Veggies, Meats, and Paleo Treats! Sweet Potato Bun shares gluten free and grain free recipes inspired by cuisines and popular dishes around the world.|
|A Sweet and Salty Life – Jessi is a niche food blogger that lives with and writes about special eating restrictions including gluten, soy, dairy, eggs and other such products. She creates most of the recipes, as well as styles and shoots all the photos. She attempts to provide ingredients and use products that are commonplace and inexpensive.|
|Tartelette – The sweet side of life. Helen is a long time food blogger, amazing photgrapher and food stylist who went gluten-free. This award winning blog is serious eye candy.|
|Tasty Eats At Home – Cooking from scratch, one recipe at a time. Alta’s goal is to share with you delicious, gluten-free food that can bring your heart joy and nourish your body, one recipe at a time!|
|Tasty Yummies – Gluten-free, fresh, seasonal, organic and whole. Beth is a graphic designer, illustrator & print maker by day & gluten-free foodie by night. Giving up all processed foods, losing 30 pounds and becoming a healthier version of herself, this blog follows the recipes that she makes for her and husband, Mark. She also hosts contests.|
|There Can Only Be Juan – Speak softly and carry a big sword. Juanita is a former chef/current Bio teacher and hobby baker, diagnosed with coeliac diasease back in 2005, dishing up rocking gluten-free/corn-free recipes (original and adapted) from her little kitchen in sunny South Africa. Occasional posts also include travel/gardening stories, restaurant and market reviews, as well as product suggestions.|
|Three Blondes and a Tomas – Sara is a chef by trade, and a newly diagnosed celiac who is going back to grad school for nutrition. He is a die hard foodie from Venezuela. Together we experience the world through food!|
|Three Diets, One Dinner – Brittanie was saved by her Paleo diet. Paleo is the same thing as the caveman diet, so she only eats meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, nuts, seeds, healthy fats (avocado, coconut oil, etc.), and a little fruit. She has eliminated anything processed, gluten, dairy, grains, soy, sugar and legumes. ThreeDietsOneDinner is an excellent resource for gluten-free, paleo recipes your entire family will enjoy.|
|To Eat or Not to Eat – Barbara started cooking gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free when her teenage daughter became very ill with Crohn’s disease. It has made her discover a whole new world of products, flours, ingredients, etc. Barbara creates most of her gluten-free recipes, and sharing them on her blog is a real pleasure.|
|Tom Corson-Knowles Blog – Tom Corson-Knowles blogs about nutrition, whole foods and living a healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re gluten-free, vegan, or just curious, you’ll find everything you need to know to live a healthier lifestyle starting today.|
|Truth, Justice, and All-American Allergen-Free Apple Pie – “Wildninja” is a Generation X woman who is proud to advocate for crime victims, including domestic violence survivors, people with food allergies, children’s issues, animals, personal privacy rights, government accountability, and ethical law enforcement practices. She has a B.A. in Criminal Justice and M.A. in Forensic Psychology. Most GF-related posts are generally under this category: http://wildninja.wordpress.com/category/diet-health/.
|Tumbling Gluten Free – This is a blog written by a celiac living on a shoestring: full of links to internet resources, reviews of GF products and local celiac / GF friendly businesses and groceries. It chronicles some of CJ’s amusing or bizarre experiences with others relating to GF, diagnosis process as well, including reflections on the celiac “identity”, its ups and downs; and peppers its posts liberally with recipes.
|Two Silly Sisters – Lu and Romie are two silly(-iac) sisters, wanting to share their gluten free journey through their cooking, recipes and stories. They live in Sydney, Australia and are foodies at heart, exploring GF cafes and restaurants in the Sydney area as well as whipping up a storm in the kitchen. Lu and Romie’s love of food comes from their Italian background, and being gluten free has not stopped them from enjoying this one bit!|
|Uten Gluten – Ane, is from Norway, and is pretty fond of hanging out in the kitchen. This page is primarily intended as a digital cookbook where she can store her larger and smaller recipes, a collection of good, gluten-free recipes.Gluten-free days do not have to be all about dry crumbly bread, unchewy pasta and other uninspiring food. Not at all. If you can find any sort of inspiration here, it will make Ane’s heart happy.|
|The Vegan Chickpea – Caitlin started this blog to document the food she makes for her husband and herself, who are both gluten-free vegans. It offers original recipes, recipes from other blogs she’s tried, as well as recipes from cookbooks. To complicate matters a bit, her husband and her have very different taste buds, and she often makes two separate meals for each of them.|
|Vegematarian – Kirsty created vegematarian as an online recipe book for those who love to cook. This website explores how to easily eat gluten-free, dairy-free, low acidic and high alkaline vegetarian dishes. It’s tricky to balance all of these things but thankfully there’s lots of delicious foods out there for all to enjoy!|
|Vegetarian Mamma – At Vegetarian Mamma CIndy loves to dish about new recipes that she and her children try (many of them are allergen free). Cindy loves to dish about saving money, parenting, helpful homemaking tips, learning at home with two boys and general life as a mamma to a sweet energetic toddler with life threatening allergies|
|Veggies, Spice, and Everything Rice – At Veggies, Spice and Everything Rice, you’ll find a lovely collection of seasonal recipes that arise from a Central Asian perspective. Vegetarian Hostess, the blogger, promotes eating for health, and offers many vegan, dairy-free and wheat-free options for her followers.|
|Viva Gluten Free – Amy’s site is designed to give you encouragement and the support you need all while equipping you with important information you need to help you adjust your lifestyle and stay gluten free for life. Viva Gluten Free touches on every aspect of transition to a gluten free lifestyle in a way that is positive, passionate, and interactive!|
|What Contains Gluten? – Join our family on our gluten free journey, where we offer up family friendly gf recipes, as well as tips for living the gluten free lifestyle. It’s not gourmet, but it tastes good!|
|What’s Cookin, Chicago – Joelen is an avid Chicago food blogger, private caterer & restaurant chef who loves sharing culinary adventures in & out of the kitchen. When she recently found out she had a gluten sensitivity/intolerance, her culinary focus has shifted slightly to adapt to a gluten free lifestyle while still embracing and blogging about her world of food.|
|Wheat Free Journey – Wheat Free Journey started as a journal to show others what to expect if they were forced to give up wheat/gluten. When Ron started the blog he had no idea if the diet would help and whether or not he would stay with it.
For some time, Ron suspected that he might be gluten sensitive but would never let the belief take root in his brain. Whenever he talked to someone with celiac disease he thought “I could never live without wheat”. But now that Ron has given it up he wonders how he could have lived with it as long as he did.
|Wheat Free Living & Me – Sharon is on a quest of wheat free living. Recipes, products & product reviews for a wheat & gluten free lifestyle are shared as well as personal ups and downs… Her goal is to encourage those who would like to also try a wheat free living adventure.|
|Wheat Freely – Wheat Freely’s directory, articles, reviews and recipes are created to simplify your baking, cooking and grocery shopping; saving you time and money while still enjoying your favorite foods.|
|Wheatless and Meatless – Fine Flavors From The Gluten-free Vegetarian. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan recipes.|
|Wheatless in Vancouver – Roanna ‘Zee’ has been Gluten Free for over 3 years and has been writing reviews on places that offer gf food. She loves to keep up with the latest information about nutrition and gluten free food while gathering new recipe ideas. She shares on her local Yelp community board and has a long list of places that offer gluten free meals and products. Yelp isn’t just an online community, any member can have an event. In her case this involves gluten free food.|
|Wheatless Foodie – Cindy is a gluten-sensative food lover with a background in culinary science and product development within the food processing industry. Wheatless Foodie is a place to share recipes, information and to share the journey of living gluten free.|
|Wheatless Rochelle – Rochelle is a stay-at-home mom and lifelong vegetarian. She came to be gluten free as a way to deal with symptoms from post cholecystectomy syndrome. Rochelle blogs about meal planning for her family, recipes, cooking and baking, and the occasional review of a gluten free product or restaurant (she lives in Los Angeles so it’s mostly restaurants in her area).|
|The W.H.O.L.E. Gang – Whole, Healthy Organic Living Everyday. Diane shares gluten-free, dairy-free recipes and more. This is one dedicated, passionate woman on a mission!|
|The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen – Healthy, Wholesome, Gluten Free Recipes. Ali and Tom offer the latest information on Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease along with healthy gluten-free recipes using whole foods.|
|Winning Without Gluten – A blog featuring Kristen’s gluten free findings, recipes, news, and stories of athletes who have found success on the GF diet. Being gluten free does limit some of the foods you can eat but it doesn’t have to limit the level of athletic performance you can achieve.|
|With Food + Love – Sherrie Scaglione Castellano is founder and author of With Food + Love. She is a practicing Certified Holistic Health Coach, CHHC. Sherrie exudes passion to create a healthier world and wants to help others by using the power of food + love. She is fueled by green juice and plant-empowered meals. Follow along with her as she creates seasonally fresh, naturally gluten free and often vegetarian recipes.|
|Without Adornment – My Quest to Be Myself. Bean is a gluten free baker, an adamant commuter cyclist, and a lover of wit. Her blog is her quest to be without adornment, be herself and to be alive with some random babbles along the way.|
|With Style and Grace – With Style and Grace is a blog written by Lisa, inspiring a new way of healthy living with easy and delicious gluten-free recipes. It focuses on helping every host/hostess accommodate guests with food allergies. Lisa aims on making gluten-free easy and attainable for the everyday cook.|
|The World in a Pot – Suzanne’s blog is from the perspective of a mom of two under two, who used to travel a lot,..so it’s a worldly cuisine in her kitchen. Of course, her main goal is to be gluten free, but done in a very healthy way. She bakes for her children, so they can enjoy all of life’s goodies as a gluten-free foodie. She’s been experimenting with all kinds of different food philosophies so she doesn’t restrict her diet to one that is gluten-free, or only raw, or only paleo, she tries to infuse these ideas together.|
|A Year of Slow Cooking – A New Year’s Resolution to Use the Slow Cooker Every Day in 2008 – The task was completed and the blog continued. Stephanie is a woman with an unnatural obsession with her slow cooker. She is okay with it!|
|Z’s Cup Of Tea – Grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free. Zoe is a passionate, teenage foodie with recipes that focus on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.|