It’s been terrific to see the number and variety of posts shared for Gluten-Free Wednesdays each week. A big thanks to all of you bloggers who are submitting your posts every week and big thanks also to all of you readers who are taking the time to check them out each week! I truly love the many levels of support in our gluten-free community! That support brings us fabulous recipes like Cheeseburger Casserole, Nutella Cream Pie, and Waffle Sticks plus informational posts on gluten-free living.
This event is co-hosted by my friends, Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. When you link up your post via the linky on any of our sites, it will show up on all three blogs.
“My” Submissions from Last Week
Speaking of support in the gluten-free community, there are some very talented blogger friends behind that “My”! Because of the month-long March Muffin Madness event, I have another week’s worth of their muffin recipes to share with you all! You can see them in the linky, but they’re also listed below for you. If you missed the kickoff post—the first one shown below—you can read that for the delicious details, but the time-critical fact you need to know is that every comment (one per post) during this event is an entry towards some really terrific prizes! There’s less than a week left until the big drawing so be sure to visit each post to leave a comment (only one comment per post please) and get in your maximum number of entries!
The MMM giveaway prizes are shown in the photo below. They include three different muffin pans (mini 24-cup, steel 12-cup, or cast iron 6-cup), an immersion blender, a spiral vegetable slicer, an Instant Pot (electric pressure cooker), and a 14-cup food processor—all from gfe. The Super Grand Prize is provided by the generous folks at Blendtec. Thank you, Blendtec! It’s their black Designer Series Blendtec (factory recertified) plus a Twister jar as our Super Grand Prize! The Blendtec comes with a 7-year warranty; the Twister jar has a 3-year warranty. If you’re not familiar with a Blendtec, it’s an all-in-one type kitchen appliance.
There are muffin recipes in every category of “free,” not just gluten free. Here’s the kickoff post again (with all the prize details and the latest recipe links) and the posts that have been shared since last week for MMM:
~ March Muffin Madness—All the Delicious Details
~ Springtime Lemon-Berry Muffins from Cook IT Allergy Free
~ Apple-Quinoa Breakfast Muffins from Ricki Heller
~ Sneaky Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins from ChaCha’s Gluten-Free Kitchen
~ I Love You Cinnamon Apple Muffins from The Tasty Alternative
~ Bacon Muffins from GAPS Diet Journey
~ Chocolate Banana Swirl Muffins from Sarah Bakes Gluten Free
The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
~ Cheeseburger Casserole from Pat at Elegantly Gluten Free
~ This much checked out recipe is naturally gluten free (which means no special ingredients are required!) and looks and sounds delicious.
Some Other Highlights from Last Week
~ Caramel Popcorn Substitute from Jillian at Creating Silver Linings
~ Cheezy Roasted Vegetable Quinoa from Rebecca at Strength and Sunshine
~ Nutella Cream Pie from Audrey at Gluten Free Vegan Love
~ Waffle Sticks from Jolene at Fairy Wings and Pixie Dust
What you need to know before linking up:
~ Your link must be related to the gluten-free diet.
~ If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
~ Leave a link back to this blog or one of the co-hosts. We do not highlight or share any recipes that do not link back. (If you’ve never linked up to a carnival before, you can see how I like to link back in the last line of each of my posts above.)
~ We appreciate you joining in!
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 March 25, 2014; updated April 6, 2021.
Audrey @ Gluten-Free Vegan Love says
Hi Shirley. Thanks for the nod to my pie :). And thanks so much for hosting this link-up!
Hi Audrey–Welcome to gfe! 🙂 It’s my pleasure to highlight your beautiful pie. I’d like to do much more than give it a nod. 😉 I think it’s in my future for sure. So happy that you are participating in GFW!
Thanks Shirley! Love being here and exploring these lovely recipes. Can’t believe I didn’t discover this sooner 🙂
Jillian Hudson says
Thanks for highlighting my carmel corn substitute recipe from last week!
This week I’m sharing my coconut ghee and corn-less tortilla recipes. Enjoy!
Hi Jillian–Welcome! 🙂 All of these recipes of yours are my kind of recipes—simple and delicious! I also took a peek at your art; it’s wonderful as well! So happy you’ve found GFW and are participating each week!
Jillian Hudson says
Thank you so much! Let me also return the compliment. I’ve been following you on RSS for a few years now. I love that your recipes have been so easy for me to convert to corn free. Now I know why! 🙂
Pat @ Elegantly, Gluten-Free says
Thank you for mentioning my Cheeseburger Casserole as most popular last week! I’m honored to be included on your blog!
Have a wonderful week —
Hey Pat–That’s clearly a family- or crowd-pleasing meal! I’ll be making it for Mr. GFE and myself soon. I bet my support group would love it, too. 😉
Thanks for being part of GFW, dear!
Charlotte Moore says
I am so anxious to see who wins all these prizes. Thanks for the chance to win.
Hi Charlotte–This post is not part of the March Muffin Madness event, but all the posts in the event (which you can visit via the links here) are “open” and part of the event. you can leave one comment on each to get the maximum number of entries for the event. 🙂 Good luck!
Hi! I know I am just missing something – but how do you register for the giveaway?
Hi Michelle–Good to see you here at gfe again! 🙂 To enter the giveaway, you simply leave comments on the March Muffin Madness posts. You can leave a single comment on every post to get the maximum number of entries. All the links to date are shown here so you can click on them, check out the recipe, leave a comment, and “catch up.” 🙂
Jennifer Werstein says
Wow … I never even thought about using rice puffs for popcorn replacement … now that is a great idea. And easy to make …. I shall try this.
Jennifer–I loved that idea, too! 🙂
Who said raspberry bars? Where, where, oh yum yes.
Hey Laurel–Glad you found something right away that appealed to your yummy bone! 😉
Tamara Hamilton says