It’s time for the gluten-free Valentine’s Day recipes and Winter Chow edition of our Gluten-Free Recipe Fix carnival. If you’ve been reading gfe for a while, you already know that I adore Valentine’s Day! Mr. GFE and I have been hosting a Valentine’s Day bash most of the years that we’ve been together (even before we were married) and I’ve always shared an abundance of Valentine treats on gfe (usually in my Suite of Sweets for Sweethearts events). And it is definitely the time for Winter Chow here—hello, comfort food!
Founded by Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker, Gluten-Free Recipe Fix is a seasonal event for fellow bloggers to link up gluten-free recipes (only recipes). Recipes must fit the current theme—gluten-free Valentine’s Day recipes and Winter Chow, but I know there will be plenty recipes that fit both categories. This event will be open through Wednesday, February 17, so feel free to link up each week through then if you’re a blogger and all of us will want to check back here every few days for the new recipes!
I’ve linked up my latest gfe recipe, French Toast Casserole, in the Winter Chow category, and my Flourless Chocolate Cake, an ideal choice for Valentine’s Day and one of the most popular gfe recipes of all time. The latter is also known as “Death by Chocolate”! A small piece goes a long way; this cake serves many.
I can’t wait to see all the gluten-free Valentine’s Day and Winter Chow recipes that our blogger friends link up! I know you can’t either!
My co-host for this Gluten-Free Recipe Fix event is Linda:
- All entries must be a gluten-free recipe.
- If it is a recipe with gluten-free options, those options must be listed in the recipe ingredients, not simply elsewhere in the text of the post.
- Entries should fit within theme of the carnival (Valentine Treats & Winter Chow).
Linking up indicates you are giving permission for us to share your submitted photo and your link via social media.
While all of the links in this carnival should contain gluten-free ingredients, please verify that for yourself. In particular, people have differing opinions on what brands they consider safe. Please keep this guidance in mind as you view the recipes.