Gluten-free food bloggers to follow

At one point in time, the term “gluten-free” would send people screaming into the night with visions of cardboard-tasting replicas of gluten-laden foods and crumbling pastries masquerading as their delicious counterparts.

Now, gluten-free living is so widely accepted that one can request it in public without being shunned. In fact, chefs and bakers can now create gluten-free recipes without the fear of being accused of witchcraft. There are those who have even perfected it to the point where doughnut aficionados can’t even tell the difference.

Here are some of the best bloggers to follow who can spin gluten-free into gold.

Gluten-Free Goddess

If you are GF and have been jonesing for delicious baked goods, you have come to the right place. Karina Allrich of Gluten-Free Goddess has recipe after recipe of delectable comfort favorites like gingerbread, doughnuts, apple crisp, carrot cake, cornbread, chocolate cake and even an occasional quinoa salad, if you’re into that. Her philosophy is creating “tasty, seasonal, family-style cooking”, which she began when she discovered she had celiac-type symptoms in 2001. This goddess has turned lemons into delicious treats for everyone.

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Instagram: @glutenfreegoddesskarina
Facebook: GlutenFreeGoddess
Pinterest: @GFreeGoddess

Gluten-Free Girl

After a long bout of illness, Shauna James Ahern of Gluten-Free Girl was diagnosed with celiac disease, and with that knowledge, she never looked back. She began blogging and writing cookbooks to include the foods that were healing her. She writes many of the blogs as endearing letters to her two children, whom she raises with her husband on Puget Sound. The recipes are gluten-free reinventions of American classics, like blueberry pie and waffles, plus twists on traditional recipes, like crepes, Irish soda bread, Yorkshire puddings, sweet potato latkes, sodas and teas.

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Instagram: @Glutenfreegirl
Facebook: TheGlutenFreeGirl
Pinterest: @gfgandthechef

Simply Gluten Free

Carol Kicinski is a gluten-free powerhouse. She has her own Simply Gluten Free NBC monthly cooking show, as well as an eponymous print and digital magazine, which focus on what you can eat, rather than what you can’t. Her purpose is to help those with all sorts of dietary restrictions, not just gluten, but her site boasts over 2,100 gluten-free recipes, like eggplant and white bean dip, vegetable tempura, bruschetta, granola bars, muffins and stuffing. Her blog focuses on wellness, too, covering topics like food sensitivities, collagen and probiotics, among others.

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Instagram: @simplyglutenfree
Pinterest: @simplyglutenfre
Facebook: SimplyGlutenFree

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Looking for a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs, ready-for-what-the-day-brings kind of breakfast? This gluten free cowboy skillet breakfast recipe is the answer! It’s got everything you love about breakfast; eggs, potatoes, cheese, and bacon – all in one skillet. I am telling you – this is a revelation! I have made weekend breakfast for more years than I would like to say and the thing is, by the time I’m done cooking and then washing all the pots and pan, I’m exhausted. Here, there is no separate egg pan, bacon pan, potato pan. Nope – it’s all in one! Gotta love that. After eating this, I am fueled up and ready. I feel like I could go rustle up some cattle! Make this energizing recipe by following the link in the bio! 👀 . . . . . . . . . . #simplyglutenfree #glutenfree #glutenfreeliving #glutenfreelife #glutenfreediet #glutenfreefood #glutenfreediet #glutenfreelifestyle #glutenfreefoodie #glutenfreemom #easyglutenfree #glutenfreegoodness #health #healthylifestyle #carolglutenfree #foodphoto #foodphotographer #foodphotography #glutenfreerecipes #recipe #breakfast #glutenfreebreakfast #breakfastrecipe #skillet #castiron #eggs #hashbrowns #cheese #bacon

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The Crafty Hostess

Danielle Addimandi of The Crafty Hostess is a self-described small-batch gluten-free recipe developer. She began developing her versions of classic recipes at an early age and branched out into design (she worked for Benjamin Moore for over a decade). Her blog includes her jaunts to estate sales, decorating tips, landscaping ideas and entertaining tips, but the sweet spot is recipes like mushroom thyme risotto balls, chocolate cherry holiday bread pudding, pumpkin fritters, apple cider doughnuts and cucuzza spaghetti.

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Instagram: @thecraftyhostess
Facebook: TheCraftyHostess
Pinterest: @CraftyHostess

Elana’s Pantry

Elana Amsterdam of Elana’s Pantry turned her celiac disease and MS diagnosis from straw into gold when she became a New York Times best-selling author with her cookbook Paleo Cooking From Elana’s Pantry. She has been a lifestyle influencer for the past two decades and advises on health, healing, keto and paleo, natural remedies, and ways to get more sleep. She still finds ways to help you indulge in a healthy way with recipes like French toast casserole, keto muffins, low-carb doughnuts, matzo ball soup and low-carb turkey hash. If you are looking to overhaul your health and your life without skimping on taste or style, Elana leads by example.

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Instagram: @elanaspantry
Facebook: ElanasPantry
Pinterest: @ElanasPantry

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This easy-to-make soup recipe from @freshthymes for a Thanksgiving side will please the paleo-vegans and gluten-free foodies at your holiday table! 🍁 🍁 If you’re too busy to make this healing soup, and you live in #boulder pop on over to the Marketplace where they sell it by the jar!!! 🥕 🥕 Thanks so much to the incredible Christine and all of my friends at Fresh Thymes for making the best food Boulder could ever ask for! We are so lucky to have you in our town to nourish all of us, and thanks also for sharing your exclusive recipe below! 🧡 🧡 FRESH THYMES’ CARROT GINGER SOUP 2 lbs carrots, peeled and chopped 1 large onion chopped 1 tbsp ginger chopped 1 garlic clove chopped 1 tbsp coconut oil 32 oz. veg stock 1 tbsp lime juice 1 cup coconut milk 1. Heat oil in stovetop pot and add onions and a pinch of salt 2. Cook on medium heat until softened 3. Add in carrots and cook until onions looks slightly caramelized 4. Add garlic and ginger and cook 2 minutes. Pour in stock (just to cover) and simmer on medium to medium-high heat until carrots are very tender and almost fall apart 5. Blend soup in batches with immersion blender or Vitamix, adding coconut milk to soup as you do 6. Season with salt, pepper and lemon juice to taste 🧡 🧡 🧡 #freshthymes #paleo #vegan #glutenfree #grainfree #eggfree #dairyfree #soup #sides #vegetarian #vegetarianrecipes #carrot #carrotsoup #coconut #coconutmilk #coconutoil #healthyfood #healthyfoodrecipes #realfood #thanksgiving #thanksgivingdinner #thanksgivingsides

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Gluten Free Easily

If you are now gluten-free but miss those comfort food recipes you used to see in Betty Crocker cookbooks, then this is the site for you. Shirley Braden of Gluten Free Easily believes that you can be gluten-free easily and aims to show you how with recipes like pumpkin bread, cinnamon swirl coffee cake, Parmesan noodles, cheddar cheese quick bread, oatmeal cookies and strawberry shortcake. All these recipes have a nostalgic feel to them and they look like they are full of flour and Bisquick, but Braden claims you can very easily get the same taste without the inflammation.

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Facebook: GlutenFreeEasily
Pinterest: @ShirleyGFE

The Gluten Free Blogger

Sarah Howells is a gluten-free blogger and journalist in the UK who aspires to be a professional pizza tester. One can dream. Her blog, The Gluten Free Blogger, is an overwhelming array of decadent recipes, articles on lifestyle, pep talks and reviews of gluten-free store-bought products and gluten-free restaurant options in local areas. Sarah’s recipes are often whimsical and fun, ranging from a very chocolaty Christmas buche de Noel, spooky stuffed pepper jack-o’-lanterns and spooky cute monster cupcakes, sticky toffee apple upside down cake, tear and share brie cranberry bread, and ginger rum cake. If you are in the UK, it would behoove you to befriend Sarah, if only to become her royal food taster.

Follow The Gluten Free Blogger

Instagram: @GFBlogger
Pinterest: @GFBlogger
Facebook: GFBlogger

What the Fork Food Blog

Sharon Lachendro, aka “Shay”, has a food blog empire that covers the gamut of gluten-free and other food sensitivity cooking options. Not only does Lachendro give you options of blogs to follow on What the Fork, but she is refreshingly real, admitting that she o.k.’s on coffee, hates getting up early in the morning, and is fluent in sarcasm. Her photos are bright and crisp, as crisp as the cookies and piecrusts she features. There are lots of cupcakes and doughnuts with funfetti sprinkles, waffles and cakes topped with fruit and frosting and drizzled with syrup. Salivating yet?

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Instagram: @whattheforkfoodblog
Pinterest: @WhattheForkBlog
Facebook: WhattheForkFoodBlog

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