Welcome back to Gluten-Free Wednesdays! If this is your first time here, GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. All gluten-free food-related posts are welcome, so GFW is a great opportunity to learn about living gluten free via recipes, safe dining options, the best ingredients for the best results, and more. Last week, we had 87 entries—love that!
I hope all of you reading will take a few minutes to check out all the entries this week, the highlights from last week (below) and if you’re a blogger, be sure to link up your gluten-free food posts. Remember that you only need to link up to one of our blogs, but your post(s) will show up on all three. If you’re a blogger, please remember to use a title that will best share your recipe and also include your blog name if possible. (You have 100 characters available to you.)
My Posts from This Past Week
~ On gfe:
~ Easy and Good Gluten-Free Lasagna
The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
~ Grain-Free and Vegan Soft Tortillas from Allergy Free Alaska (This pick really didn’t surprise me! These tortillas look amazing just being homemade tortillas, but the fact that they are grain free and vegan takes them over the top!)
My GFW Post Picks from Last Week
With almost 90 recipes, it was hard to choose just a few to highlight, but here are some fabulous-looking recipes that I really want to try:
~ Chickpea Salad from Worth Cooking
~ Lava Mug Cake from Nummy for My Tummy (unfortunately, this site is no longer active)
~ Raw Freezer Fudge from The Tasty Alternative
~ Stuffed Spaghetti Squash: Lasagna Style from Celiac in the City
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 my gfe post(s) 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 April 23, 2014; updated June 6, 2019.
Thank you for the opportunity to link up Shirley. I love the variety this week already has and now I want carrot cake. =D
Every week offers an amazing selection of recipes and food-related posts! I love it! So happy when you can link up, Kathryn. 🙂 And I’m working on Carrot Cake Ice Cream. 😉
I love that stuffed spaghetti squash recipe, Its good to more options to eat squash.
Balvinder–I agree. I think Sarah knocked it out of the park with that recipe! 😉
Pat @ Elegantly, Gluten-Free says
The tortillas look really good, but that spaghetti squash stuffed with lasagna looks amazing! 🙂 Today I’ve shared some GF Fudge Brownies with Almonds that can easily be dairy-free, too, and even nut-free if you want.
Thanks so much for hosting!
Hi Pat–Thanks so much for sharing some yummy brownies! I’ve been in a brownie mood lately. 🙂 Every week we have some fabulous recipes and really helpful info. It’s fun to see what shows up! 😉
I can’t wait to make Megan’s tortillas on Friday! I hope they turn out with the Bob’s brand. Never hurts to try.
And thank you for highlighting my fudge! It’s really a delightful recipe and very satisfying.
This week I am linking up homemade sunflower seed butter and my granola bites (inspired by you!).
Have a great rest of your week, Shirley.
Hey Amber–I hope that Megan’s recipe turned out for you. Almond meal can be too different from almond flour in many recipes, but work just fine in others. I have not made the fudge yet, but today would be a good day as I have my support group coming this evening. Will have to take another look to see if I can fit it in. 😉 Thanks for sharing those other yummy recipes this week! Isn’t it so much fun when we inspire each other? 🙂
Happy new week!
Megan | Allergy Free Alaska says
Thank you for highlighting my tortillas, Shirley!
Holy cow, that cinnamon bread and the stuffed squash sounds/looks incredible! So does your lasagna (oh cheese… please eat some REAL cheese for me!)!
I’m a little late linking up, but this week I’m sharing my Big & Soft Paleo Ginger Molasses Cookies. 😉
Have a wonderful week!!
Pretty much everybody in the gluten-free, grain-free world is highlighting your tortillas, dear! And who can blame them? 🙂
I’m still indulging in cheese and every time I do it is heaven for a few minutes, but then I remember why I don’t eat cheese often. 😉
Love your Molasses Cookies! Big, soft, and paleo are enticing features for sure!
Audrey @ Gluten-Free Vegan Love says
Those tortillas look AMAZING! Too bad it’s midnight, otherwise I’d be making the NOW 😉
Sometimes our late night blog reading limits us, right, Audrey? 😉 Hope we all get to make them soon!
Have a good week! 🙂