It’s time for another Gluten-Free Wednesday (GFW)! As you’ll soon be able to see other than enjoying beautiful fall days with Mr. GFE, I’ve been busy gathering some amazing gluten-free recipes in roundups (e.g., Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Cake, Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie) to share this week. It’s been a fun task collecting the best from the best. More on those in a moment.
If this is your first time visiting on Wednesday, GFW is the weekly blog carnival that I co-host with my friends Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker (sadly, this site is no longer active) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you’re a blogger, please link up your gluten-free eating ideas (following guidelines at the bottom of this post). Link up to either my, Linda’s, or Lynn’s GFW post, and your submission will show up on all three of our blogs. As you’ll see, each week the readers choose their favorite recipe by the number of clicks, and my co-hosts and I get to choose the recipes/eating ideas that get our attention. Your gluten-free eating idea might get the spotlight!
My Highlights from gfe
~ Top 50+ Best Gluten-Free Bagel, Breadstick, Croissant/Crescent Roll, English Muffin, and Soft Pretzel Recipes ~ This roundup is Part 7 of my Bountiful Bread Basket series. Some are saying this is the best roundup yet! Apparently, there are a lot of bagel, breadstick, croissant, English muffin, and soft pretzel lovers among us. Are you one of them? There are recipes in every category that will work for everyone!
The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
~ Gluten-Free Vegan Sweet Potato Cake with Chocolate Pudding Frosting from Gluten-Free Vegan Love ~ This recipe from Audrey is clearly a stunner! Her cake ingredients will surprise you and her topping combo is one I’ve never seen. Oh, I’ve been a fan of one of the topping items for a while now, but the other one is new to me. If you missed Audrey’s recipe last week, please take a moment to check it out now. You won’t be sorry!
My GFW Post “Picks”
~ Grain-Free Chicken Parmesan with Garlic Zucchini Noodles from Tastefully Gluten Free ~ This recipe from Kristin is a delicious way to get in protein and veggies! So don’t put away your vegetable spiralizer yet, although if you don’t have one, she says that a Julienne peeler will also work.
~ Triple Fat Fudge from Real Food Forager ~ Now that the studies have shown that good fat is good, more of us might be willing to take a piece of this fudge that Jill is offering. I certainly will! I have to agree with her statement on liking her own homemade chocolate much better than store-bought varieties because they’re too sweet, too. Bonus … this recipe looks easy to make!
~ Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie from Alexis’s Gluten Free Adventures ~ If you haven’t yet fallen in love with pumpkin pie, this is the recipe you should try according to Alexis because the cream cheese factor did the trick for her! She also shows you how to make this recipe into bars versus pie if you prefer.
We appreciate your participation and are happy to share many of the links on social media sites. However, as much as we hate to put a damper on this fun carnival, entries that do not follow the guidelines will not be shared and will be deleted from the linky.
~ You must link back to one of the co-hosts.
~ Links should be about a gluten-free eating idea. While it doesn’t have to be a recipe, it should be food related.
~ Recipes should have gluten-free ingredients or options in the recipe (not elsewhere in the text).
~ If you’re new, please read all the guidelines.
Note: Linking up indicates you are giving permission for us to share your submitted photo and your link via social media or in next week’s post if it is selected as the most popular post for the week or featured as a highlight.
Originally published November 4, 2014; updated February 26, 2022.
Audrey @ Gluten-Free Vegan Love says
Oh, yay — so glad to see my sweet potato cake up there! Made my evening 🙂
Sharing some spiced plum scones and a chocolate bundt cake this week.
Heading over to check out all those bread recipes now 🙂
P.S. The link for the triple fat fudge is missing. Sounds interesting!
Audrey–I was so happy to see your gorgeous cake as this week’s favorite, too! 🙂 Ooh, both those new recipes sound good, especially that Bundt cake. Can’t resist chocolate Bundt cakes!
Thanks for being my QA specialist this week. Gosh, I hate it when I leave out a link. I think that’s one reason that most people don’t write long posts. 😉 Anyway, I think the fudge sounds like your kind of recipe. I’m sure you could make a dairy-free version.
I hope you don’t find any missing links on the bread post, but I do hope you find something you really like. 😉
Arman @ thebigmansworld says
Thank you for hosting, Shirley- and thanks for the FB group invite! 🙂
You’re welcome on both, Arman! So happy to see you linking up with amazing recipes each week! 🙂
Thank you for hosting! I’m thinking of trying to make breadsticks so I’m so happy to have been reminded of all the recipes you’ve gathered, I’ve pinned for later!
I shared another recipe from the archives today, grain free ginger cake. It’s Bonfire Night tonight and this recipe was based on my Grandma’s Parkin which we enjoyed every year.
Yay, Vicky! Breadsticks are definitely worth remembering for later. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your gingerbread! That’s what we call it here. 😉 I had to look up the term “parkin” and the history. You are always teaching me, dear! I just love ginger recipes any time, but especially this time of year. Great comfort food IMHO! Hope you had a wonderful Bonfire Night!
[email protected] Gluten Free A-Z Blog says
The features this week are over the edge! What a great collection of breads and rolls and that chocolate cake! Can’t wait to make some of them. Thanks for hosting each week. I look forward to finding gluten free recipes.
Judee–Your comment made me smile … BIG! Being over the edge is fun! 😉 Love all the talent, including yours, in our gf community. Thanks for the kind comments and for sharing your pumpkin harvest soup with us all! 🙂
Simply Gourmet says
Everything looks amazing Shirley. What a fun collection of recipes to inspire us as we go in to November. I was thrilled to see your email this morning and ran right over to comment and link up. I didn’t have to scroll through anything and search in my feed. LOL Thanks friend for being an excellent host–Have a great week!
Thanks, Sherron! I hope everyone will find at least one new recipe that will become a family favorite. 😉 Love that you now have the time to come link up and leave a comment as well—what a treat for us all! 🙂 Love your cheesy stuffed tomatoes, too. They’d be beautiful on the Thanksgiving table or a great side dish (or main dish for some) any time of year.
Alexis (GF in Orlando) says
Thanks for featuring my cream cheese pumpkin pie recipe! We have already made it three times this fall, and I am looking forward to making the bars version for Thanksgiving. 🙂
My pleasure, Alexis! I’m thinking that you’ll convert quite a few to pumpkin pie lovers with that recipe. 😉 I might have to make it as an alternative for my family this fall! Your chocolate muffins look great, too. 🙂
Alexis (GF in Orlando) says
Thanks! My twins are addicted to the chocolate muffins. They want them every morning now. 🙂
Sure, dear! And who can blame them? 😉 I’m sure I’d love having one every morning! 🙂
Thanks for hosting! I look forward to this every week. It’s so much fun browsing all of the recipes and discovering blogs I didn’t know about.
And what a nice treat to be number 52 this week! Thanks for saving my spot. 😉
Too funny on being #52, Johnna! Clearly, it was meant to be! Yep, your blog’s earlier 52 Sweets edition lives on. 😉 Appreciate the sweet feedback. Now I’m not a dill lover or a pickle lover, so I’m not sure your soup is for me, but I know many will love it and I really enjoyed your message on doing recipe makeovers! 🙂
Linda D. says
Wow, what a bread roundup! Your organizational skills are beyond amazing, Shirley. How do you DO it?
Linda, you’re the best! If you saw how I go about compiling these roundups, you might not be so impressed with my organizational skills, but I do appreciate the pat on the back, dear! 🙂