With a quick look at Gluten-Free Wednesday (GFW), you’ll have many more gluten-free eating ideas at hand for Thanksgiving and other times of the year! Ideas like a mouthwatering gluten-free Breakfast Blueberry Cornbread recipe for example. (Wouldn’t your holiday guests love that?)
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GFW is the weekly blog carnival that I co-host with my friends Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker (sadly, this site is no longer active) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures.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. Plus, readers choose their favorites each week via clicking on links and checking them out and I and my co-hosts do the same by following links and seeing what strikes our fancy!
My Highlights from gfe
~ Gluten-Free Texas Sheet Cake or Secret Cake or ? ~ Go ahead, tell me … what do you and your family call this much beloved chocolate cake that makes an ideal dessert for a special occasion? We great up calling in Secret Cake, but eventually I learned that most people call it Texas Sheet Cake, although I’ve heard it called a few more things, too. Gooey, rich, indulgent, divine … okay, I meant other names as well, but it’s called all those things, too!
~ My GFW Post “Pick”
~ Mouthwatering Gluten-Free Breakfast Blueberry Cornbread from Simply 123 Allergy Free ~ I’ve long loved the combination of cornmeal and blueberries, so this bread from Phyllis was an easy winner for me. It really does look mouthwatering, doesn’t it? I am a big fan of the “slightly crunchy and incredibly moist texture” that she describes.
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 11, 2014, updated February 26, 2022.