The more years that I have the privilege of living, the more I have started to notice that my body does not always operate with the same level of speed and efficiency that it did a few decades ago. Even though my mind still thinks I am in my 20’s, my intestines, not so much. So, I have decided that this is the year that I am going to start experimenting with eliminating some food ingredients from my diet to see if that helps to give my digestive system a tune up.
I have been doing research on gluten-free and allergy conscious bloggers on the web and think it will be helpful to share my best finds with you in case you are looking for similar resources. Here are 24 Excellent Bloggers with Gluten Free Recipes and Gluten Free Diet tips.
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Beard & Bonnet–Stunning photography and scrumptious ingredients make these gluten free recipes sure winners. Be sure and check out Meg’s tutorials for making a fascinating array of creations.
Breezy Bakes-A mother of two who creates a variety of gluten-free recipes with her daughter’s Celiac Disease in mind. Good, down-home, recipes and advice.
Cotter Crunch-Gluten-free living from the unique perspective of a professional athlete and nutrition specialist.
Dolly and Oatmeal-Lindsey offers knock out food photography and the gluten-free and vegan recipe food chops to match. The giftedness of this food editor truly shines on her site.
Faithfully Gluten Free–Author of The Everything Guide to Living Gluten-Free: The Ultimate Cooking, Diet, and Lifestyle Guide for Gluten-Free Families!, Jeanine’ site is filled with gluten free recipes and wisdom.
Fearless Dining-You have come to the right place for family friendly gluten free recipes and gluten free restaurant and product reviews.
Fork and Beans-Gluten and other allergy-free recipes with tons of whimsy that the kids will love.
Gluten Free Easily–Shirley is dedicated to showing how gluten-free living is easier than it is often portrayed.
Gluten Free Gigi-A philosophy of “Smart Nutrition Backed by Science” governs this site. Gigi believes that one size does not fit all when it comes to eliminating foods from your diet for health’s sake.
Gluten-Free Globetrotter-Frequent travelers will tell you that one of the most difficult things to do while on the road is stick with a rountine. Erin shows you how to stay gluten-free while exploring the world.
Gluten-Free Goddess-Love the easy-to-use recipe index. No need to wade through lots of categories of food to find what you need. Site contains an excellent FAQ section, as well.
Gluten Free Jess-Keeping it delicious, simple, and gluten free is the motto here. Jess delivers with a very cleanly designed website full of recipes.
Gluten Free King–Two of the greatest strengths of this site are the frank posts about gluten intolerance and the product reviews.
Gluten Free on a Shoestring-Nicole offers a wide range of gluten-free recipes including everything from appetizers to main dishes.
Gluten-Free Palate-Love that Chrystal’s recipes, “Use only one or two bowls, require less than 30 minutes to prepare, and take less than one hour to bake”. Sounds like a winning formula to me.
Lexie’s Kitchen and Living– Lots of gluten-free and dairy-free recipes are easily found through Lexie’s archive section. Also, she offers helpful product reviews.
Meaningful Eats-Really love the recipe index on this site that allows you to filter recipes based upon you allergy needs. Fields you can check in addition to grain-free include dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, refined-sugar-free, and soy-free. You may also sort by paleo and vegan.
My Gluten-Free Kitchen -A lover of baking since a young age, when this blogger was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2010, she was determined to make a gluten-free version of the eats that she had always enjoyed. She now shares here creations with the world.
Petite Allergy Treats–A dedicated mom with two children with multiple food allergies, Laura shows how to make great treats minus common allergens. Check out her All Things Sweet, Breakfast Recipes, Dessert Treats, and Savory and Delicious sections.
Pure Ella-Born out of her own health crisis, this website offers a wonderful array of recipes that are mostly vegan and also gluten-free. Ella’s work has been in many leading magazines and on popular websites.
Simply Gluten-Free-New to gluten-free cooking and eating? You will find an excellent Gluten-Free 101 Section on the site, as well as, a video library of some dishes to prepare.
Sondi Bruner-This talented holistic nutritionist offers a wide range of recipe offering and a helpful Guide to Gluten-Free Grains .pdf download.
Steph in Thyme-Love the slogan of “Make Wholesome Awesome”. Check out this website for gluten-free, vegeterian, and vegan recipes.
Strength & Sunshine-An upbeat site with lots of recipes and great posts such as 8 Steps to Success When Eating Out Gluten-Free.
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Erin @ Stay At Home Yogi says
Wow! Thanks for sharing this list! My mom is newly gluten free so I will pass it along to her! 🙂
Hope this helps your mom. Thanks much for sharing.
What a great list! Can’t wait to check some of these out! 🙂
Really enjoyed putting this list together and getting to feature some amazingly talented bloggers.
Michelle @My Gluten-free Kitchen says
What a great list of resources you’ve compiled! I’m flattered to be included! Thank you!
Great work deserves recognition. Thank you for all you do.
Thank you so much for including me in this round up – the company I’m with is amazing! Thank you! Have a very Happy New Year!
So glad to be able to let readers know about you. Keep up the wonderful work!
Shirley @ gfe & All Gluten-Free Desserts says
Hi Sarah–Thanks so much for the mention! 🙂 I’d be remiss if I didn’t say that you should be properly tested for celiac disease BEFORE going on a gluten-free diet, because once you have removed gluten from your diet, testing will not be accurate. Of course, current testing is not 100% foolproof, so a negative result does not mean you don’t have gluten issues. Many do have non-celiac gluten sensitivity without celiac disease and still need to remove gluten from their diets for optimum health. I know that can all be confusing to folks and not all doctors are up on celiac and NCGS. Best of luck with all (please let me know if I can help) and Happy 2016!
Thanks for this very helpful tip. I was unaware of this.
Chrystal @ Gluten-Free Palate says
Hello Sarah! Thank you so much for including me in your post. 🙂
You are very welcome and very talented!
Great list, thanks for compiling! Looking forward to connecting and learning from fellow gluten free bloggers 🙂