Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW) once again! Spoiler alert: The Best Gluten-Free White Bread was the top recipe this week!
Before we get to the highlights, GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with my friends Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker (unfortunately, this site is no longer active) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you’re new to GFW, it is all about gluten-free food-related posts—recipes, menu planning, ingredient reviews, product reviews, gluten-free dining on travel, and much more. When you need some gluten-free inspiration, just check out the latest GFW event!
My Highlights from gfe
~ A Bountiful Bread Basket, Gluten-Free Bread Recipes, Part 5: Top 30+ Best Hamburger and Hot Dog Roll Recipes ~ As usual in my recipe roundups, there’s something in this one for everyone. Grain-free recipes are separated out, and all recipes are labeled; e.g., dairy free, paleo, vegan. Many thanks to all the terrific gluten-free bloggers who created these amazing recipes! Buns are back on the menu!
Best Gluten-Free White Bread … The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
~ Best Gluten-Free White Bread from The Non-Dairy Queen via Cotter Crunch~ With that title and this photo, it’s no wonder this recipe was the most clicked on last week. Plus, Sarena even gives you a simple tip on turning this bread into a sweeter-type bread, a Hawaiian-style bread.
I think both versions sound wonderful! Looking for more recipes like this one? Check out the Top 20 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes—Loaves and my complete Bountiful Bread Basket bread series, with gluten-free bread machine recipes and much more.
My GFW Post “Picks” from Last Week
~ Keto and Paleo Alfredo Sauce (with Blackened Chicken Option) from Cassidy’s Craveable Creations ~ I have to agree with Cassidy’s statement that everyone loves fettuccine alfredo. I’m also a big fan of blackened entrees, so this dish is super appealing to me!
~ Raw Chocolate Macaroons (Hail Merry Knockoffs) from Tessa the Domestic Diva ~ If you’ve ever enjoyed Hail Merry’s original raw chocolate macaroons treats, you’re probably excited about this knockoff recipe from Tessa. You should be as this recipe has gotten some total raves!
Put all three recipes together and you’d have a fabulous meal!
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Originally published June 25, 2014; updated February 27, 2022.
Hey Shirley, Your Fettucine Alfredo recipe looks great! I was just thinking I need to try a Fettucine Alfredo recipe! Perfect timing, Thanks! I shared my Cheese Enchiladas with Chili Con Carne Meat Sauce Recipe, it’s great for any tex-mex food lover!
Amber–Well, that’s not my recipe, it’s Cassidy’s (Cassidy’s Craveable Creations), but I’m sure she’ll love your praise. 😉 And oooh on your enchiladas recipe … they sound fantastic! Thanks for linking up. Have a wonderful weekend!
Cassidy @ Cassidy's Craveable Creations says
Hi Shirley, thank you so much for featuring my Fettuccine Alfredo! This week I shared my Sweet Poppyseed Coleslaw recipe 🙂
Cassidy–That Fettucine Alfredo recipe is so enticing! That’s a favorite dish of my husband’s and mine. 🙂 Can’t wait to check out your dressing. I cheat by making cole slaw all the time by adding poppyseed dressing to cole slaw mix (cabbage and carrots). Hubby loves it and I love how easy it is. 😉
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Thanks for your kind words Shirley!
You’re welcome, dear. Don’t know why I haven’t made your recipe yet. Or maybe I do. 😉
I haven’t got a recipe this week but I’ve decided to share my Peach Pudding cake recipe from a couple of years ago.
Thank you for hosting, I hope your week is going well.
Hey Vicky–Thanks so much for sharing that recipe! I remember it and it’s a great one. It will soon be peach season here. 🙂
Miss chatting with you … life is too busy and complicated sometimes. 😉 xo,
Me too Shirley but life is life and there’s no choice but to get on with it 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend xo
Audrey @ Gluten-Free Vegan Love says
I couldn’t help but smile seeing someone’s Tangy Coconut Lime Macaroons submission this week — I just tried making tangy coconut lime macaroons the other day. Mine didn’t quite work out the way I wanted them to be though, so perhaps I’ll give this recipe ago. Just funny to see others come up with identical recipe ideas to your own, it’s like we’re all on the same creativity wave length 🙂
Audrey, I’ve seen that happen many times before. Some folks say that no idea is totally unique and one’s own. I’m always amazed when I create a recipe and find out lots of other folks have done the same thing or similar. Kind of an ego buster, you know? 😉 LOL, but true!
Megan | Allergy Free Alaska says
Hi Sweet Shirley! I’m a little late to the party this week, but I’m featuring an older recipe – my Fluffy Gluten-Free Pancakes. 😉
I got a good laugh over your comment this morning on GF & DIY Tues… it’s so hard when there are multiple blogs hosting the same party. Especially when you’re friends of all the hosts! LOL! Just know you’ll never hurt my feelings. 😉 Either blog is fine – it’s all love just the same!
I hope you have a great week. AJ has all of next week off, so we are really looking forward to doing some family things.
Hey Megan–You weren’t late at all! If you link up on the same day, that’s not late. After all, the linky stays up through Thursday at midnight. 😉 Oh my goodness, I remember your fluffy pancakes! They will thrill many readers for sure. 🙂
Thanks for giving me an out on commenting on both your blogs. If I’m pushed for time, I’ll remember that. 😉
Ooh, a week of family times sounds grand, dear! Enjoy. 🙂