Beyond Celiac Blogger Ambassador Program
Nothing gets the job done like teamwork when it comes to raising awareness of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity (‘gluten sensitivity’).
Beyond Celiac is proud to share with you our Blogger Ambassador Program, which brings Beyond Celiac and gluten-free bloggers together in our efforts to support you through your gluten-free journey.
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Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Bloggers
Disclaimer: We’ve compiled a list of some fantastic gluten-free bloggers, and while we periodically review their content, we do not claim that their content is 100% evidence-based. Remember that while it’s valuable to consider a variety of viewpoints, it’s equally important to verify the sources. Know that you can always rely on content from Beyond Celiac.
Questions about which gluten-free products are tasty, what is going on for diners with allergies in the NYC scene or just about food allergies in general? Allergic girl, a New York based licensed psychotherapist/social worker who coaches the food allergic community and asthmatic community, has got you covered. She is both informative and engaging- just don’t pass her the nuts! Read more at Allergic Girl.
Angela has been blogging since July 2006 about gluten-free and dairy-free living, focusing on what you can have, not what you can’t. Offering menus, family favorites, slow cooking and freezer cooking recipes and tips. All recipes are gluten-free and dairy-free, with options offered for multiple allergies and sensitivities. As a Master Food Preserver, canning, preserving, fermenting and seasonal foods are also found at her site. Read more at Angela’s Kitchen.
Baking Backwards is a vegetarian and gluten-free baking blog devoted to inventive and health conscious sweet and savory baking. It is called Baking Backwards because my aim is to produce familiar dishes using new techniques and better-for-you ingredients – starting at the end in search of new beginnings. In short: I know what I want, but I’m experimenting with how to get it. Read more at Baking Backwards.
Best Gluten Free Beers
Best Gluten Free Beers exists to create connection, education, and collaboration within the gluten-free beer community. The blog’s founder has celiac disease and has been gluten free for over 10 years. Visit the beer blog to find gluten-free beer brand lists, beer reviews, dedicated gluten-free brewery tours, interviews with head brewers, and to learn about the difference between gluten-free and gluten-reduced beer. Read more at Best Gluten Free Beers.
BuenQamino blog honors traveling on a global level, aiming to provide a conscience cultural-exchange between adventures and the communities in which they visit, with little to no obstacles (celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and food allergies included!). They focus on what fuels the adventurer’s soul. Read more about BuenQamino.
CAFE by Jackie Ourman
Join Jackie on her journey through culinary school and life as a mom of 3 and foodie managing celiac disease and multiple food allergies. In her blog, she shares recipes, experiences dining out and other resources to help navigate food allergies and celiac in and out of the kitchen. She is a student in the Culinary Arts Program at the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC and loves being in a professional kitchen! Read more at CAFE by Jackie Ourman.
Caramel And Cashews
Welcome to my corner. Besides drinking coffee, I like to spend my time creating, writing and tasting delicious food. I found out 5 years ago I had Celiac Disease. After a few tearful goodbyes, I gave wheat the boot and now I love to find and create gluten free recipes that taste great. Follow along and check out the rest of my blog at Caramel And Cashews.
Celeste’s Best Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Allergen-Free Blog
Celeste’s website and cookbook Celeste’s Best Gluten-Free, Allergen-Free Recipes are for those who have food allergies, food intolerances and food sensitivities to help them discover new ways to live a happy and healthy gluten-free and allergen-free life. Read more at Celeste’s Best Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Allergen-Free Blog.
Celiac and the Beast
Celiac and the Beast is a gluten-free lifestyle blog that reviews products, restaurants, and publishes the latest articles in the gluten-free community. We’re big into celiac and gluten-free advocacy and being loud and proud—and fighting the good fight for gluten-free acceptance and education. Read more at Celiac and the Beast.
Kim and Kelly (the Celiac Chicks) both have 9-5 office jobs in New York City and somehow manage to maintain one of the most incredible celiac websites out there. Because these girls have two of the most dynamic personalities, they decided to drastically change the “boring” nature of online celiac resources and start a WWW site with enthusiasm! Read more at Celiac Chicks.
CeliacCorner is an online resource for the celiac and non-celiac gluten-sensitive community, providing the 101s of celiac, medical news and lifestyle articles, product reviews, recipes, as well as tips for living a gluten-free lifestyle. Created by a celiac dedicated to assisting the newly diagnosed celiac as well as the seasoned! Read more at Celiac Corner.
Jon Bari writes about topics impacting the celiac disease community and research ecosystem including food insecurity, human rights and health equity. Celiac Journey advocates to: 1, foster inclusion for those with celiac disease in life’s everyday activities that involve food; 2, appropriate more federal funding for celiac disease research that is proportionate to its disease burden and lack of treatment options; and 3, require that gluten be labeled as a top food allergen on all packaged foods in the U.S., just like it is in Europe and Canada. Read more at Celiac Journey.
My site describes my services as a chef who does in home gluten-free cooking lessons. The site also has a blog/recipes section where I regularly post gluten-free recipes and information for gluten-free living. Read more from Chef Janet.
Daily Forage Gluten-Free
Daily Forage provides gluten-free product and restaurant reviews, recipes, health information, community events, a getting-started guide, and all things gluten-free. Read more at Daily Forage.
Eat Good Food
Eat Good Food is an entirely vegan recipe website featuring everything from appetizers to desserts and everything in between. In 2009, when Allyson Kramer (the author of the blog) was diagnosed with celiac disease, her blog also became 100% gluten-free. New original recipes posted weekly with accompanying colorful photography. Read more at Eat Good Food.
Eat Without Gluten
This blog is written to provide positive, practical, educational and insightful information on the gluten-free diet. Sema Dibooglu is a high school student, so the foods she plans on sharing will most of the time be quick meal fixes that any high school student, or busy household easily can cook. Read more at Eat Without Gluten.
G-Free Foodie is a resource for flavorful gluten-free living that includes the tastiest gluten-free products, lots of gluten-free recipes and an extensive database of restaurants that offer delicious G-Free dining options. Check out G-Free Foodie for product reviews and blogs about GF parenting, health + life! Read more at G-Free Foodie.
Gluten Free Dad
Lenny is a husband, father, and Marine who began his gluten free journey to support his wife who suffers from several autoimmune diseases. He’s sharing dad friendly gluten free recipes, gluten free parenting advice, and promoting all the great people and products in the gluten free community. Read more at Glutenfreedad.org.
Gluten Dude has been gluten-free since 2007 due to a diagnosis of celiac disease. He shares his wisdom and stories to support the community and make the transition to gluten-free living easier. Read more at Gluten Dude.
Gluten Free Jewish Momma
Lisa’s blog provides support and gluten-free recipes to the Jewish celiac disease community. Traditionally, many Jewish meals contain flour and other gluten-containing ingredients. As a Jewish mother of a daughter with celiac disease, Lisa helps those with celiac disease enjoy traditional Jewish dishes—including latkes, hamantashen and kugel—with delicious and completely gluten-free recipes. Read more at GFJMomma Blog.
Gluten Free Jio
Gluten Free Jio is a website run by Annika Dhariwal, who was diagnosed with celiac disease at the age of 9. As someone who attends boarding school overseas in the U.K. and has traveled over forty countries, she hopes to encourage and inspire other children and adults on a gluten-free diet to dream big. Read more at Gluten Free Jio.
Gluten Free Finds
Gluten Free Finds was created by Leslie Bari in 2018 after her son Jax was diagnosed with celiac disease. Leslie and Jax help people navigate the gluten-free world to find, try and share the best gluten-free products. They love to bake, and also provide gluten-free restaurant reviews, travel tips, cooking demos and more. Read more at Gluten Free Finds.
Gluten Free Frenzy
Chandice was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2006. Her blog is a gathering place for anyone looking to live a gluten-free lifestyle without eliminating any of their favorite foods. Chandice provides gluten-free recipes for all the yummiest and most popular foods, plus restaurant and product reviews. Whether you have celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or simply want to explore gluten-free food, all are welcome. Read more at Gluten Free Frenzy.
Erin Smith launched Gluten-Free Globetrotter in 2011 while in the Czech Republic to encourage those with celiac disease to travel the world. Erin has been gluten-free since 1981, so from a very early age all of her travel has been a gluten-free adventure, both domestically and abroad. She has traveled to more than 20 states, 12 countries, and 3 continents all while maintaining a 100% gluten-free diet. Read more at Gluten-Free Globetrotter.
Karina Allrich is by all definitions, a Gluten-Free Goddess! Not only does she post incredible gluten-free vegetarian recipes on her blog, but she also contributed the most delicious recipes to the first edition of Beyond Rice Cakes! Karina is also an amazing designer! She has a whole line of clothing and aprons available online. Our personal favorite says “Gluten-Free Cupcake.” Read more at Gluten-Free Goddess.
Cheryl Harris, MPH, RD, LD, is a dietitian specializing in celiac disease. In this blog, she delves into the kitchen. Follow her gluten-free, whole food experiments with no gluten, dairy, soy, eggs or corn. Read more at Gluten-Free Goodness.
Gluten Free Jenna
Gluten Free Jenna shares her personal gluten-free journey. Millions of people around the world are living with celiac disease or require a gluten free diet. Unfortunately, many of these people are recently diagnosed after a long struggle and feeling frustrated. I remember that “there is nothing in the world that I can eat anymore” feeling that came quickly after my diagnosis. Jenna’s mission is to become a resource for these individuals and in doing so make their lives a little easier. Read more at Gluten Free Jenna.
Gluten-free is more than a diet it’s a lifestyle! Helpful information and personal opinions on gluten-free food, products, alcohol beverages, recipes, restaurants, resources and more. Read more at Gluten-Free Lifestyle.
Gluten-Free MARCKS The Spot
Jennifer Marcks is a Certified Gluten-Free Health Coach, blogger, recipe developer and cooking instructor. She helps gluten-free moms and families understand and incorporate gluten-free living with ease. Being gluten-free along with her three children has fueled her passion to empower others to build a thriving gluten-free lifestyle (because we know it is not just about eating delicious gluten-free food). You can find Jennifer’s recipes and support at Gluten-Free MARCKS The Spot.
Jamie Eppenauer’s family began living gluten-free soon after discovering her daughter had celiac disease. She is dedicated to providing her family with a healthy and delicious gluten-free diet. Through her blog Gluten Free Mom, she shares her family’s story, great recipes, and helpful product information. Read more at Gluten-Free Mom.
Gluten Free on a Shoestring
Nicole Hunn’s blog Gluten Free on a Shoestring is all about gf home cooking in the new economy. This mother of three began to cook gluten-free after discovering her son, a baby at the time, had celiac disease. Her passion for cooking for friends and family motivates her to make her gf creations as tasty as their gluten counter parts. Read more at Gluten Free on a Shoestring.
Looking for a mix of health and diet information, lifestyle tips, and even some celiac humor? The Gluten-Free Optimist gives you a little bit of everything! Book and product reviews, helpful resources for the newly diagnosed, and a funny section loaded with jokes and ‘top ten lists’ serve up a Positive Slice of Gluten-Free Life! Read more at Gluten-Free Optimist.
Gluten Free Philly
Gluten Free Philly covers all the gluten-free happenings in the city Philadelphia, AND the greater Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware tri state area! Celiac dad and blogger Michael Savett posts gluten-free product and restaurant reviews, as well as local celiac-friendly event updates! Read more at Gluten Free Philly.
Gluten-Free Recipe Box
Gluten Free Recipe Box is a gluten-free recipes blog that not only shares gluten-free recipes, but also offers celiac disease, gluten intolerance and gluten sensitivity resources and information and hosts gluten-free giveaways. Read more at Gluten-Free Recipe Box.
Gluten Free Tranquility
Gluten free Tranquility is all about making gluten free life easy and stress free. Providing family recipes and resources that will be helpful to anyone starting a gluten free diet. Sharing recipes from main meals to kid friendly recipes. Read more at Gluten Fee Tranquility.
GlutenFreeTravelSite.com lets users search and submit reviews of restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores, cruise ships, hotels/resorts, and even colleges that accommodate gluten-free diets. Users can also search reviews for gluten-free dining in a particular country, state or zip code. The site also includes a blog that shares gluten-free dining and travel information, including interviews with chefs of restaurant chains offering gluten-free menus. Read more at GlutenFreeTravelSite.
The Gluten-Free Vegan
It’s Gluten Free. It’s Vegan. It tastes good. My mission is to prove that it’s really not as difficult as people think to cook healthy and super-tasty gluten-free and vegan food. Read more at The Gluten-Free Vegan.
This blog provides information on celiac awareness. The author’s child Cesar Michael was diagnosed with celiac disease 2010. This blog shares the author’s experiences in helping his son to cope with the disease. Read more at Gluten-Free Vendors.
Gluten Free Works
Gluten Free Works is an online health resource helping you get well, look good and stay healthy while living gluten-free. Find information on celiac disease and gluten disorders, gluten-free diet and substitution guides, recipes and more. Read more at Gluten Free Works.
Gluten Freedom Project
Gluten Freedom Project provides menu planning tools, recipes, grocery lists and information for people with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and other food allergies. Read more at Gluten Freedom Project.
Go Gluten Freely
Heather started her gluten-free journey started when her daughter, Miss E, was diagnosed with celiac disease. Heather’s diagnosis followed a few months later. Welcome to Go Gluten Freely, where she writes about their gluten-free life in southern California and wherever they roam! Read more at Go Gluten Freely.
Good For You Gluten Free
Good For You Gluten Free is a popular health and wellness blog for the celiac and gluten sensitive communities. The founder of the site, Jenny Levine Finke, is a certified integrative nutrition coach, patient of celiac disease, and author of Dear Gluten, It’s Not Me, It’s You. Good For You Gluten Free is dedicated to helping readers manage their health challenges and feel good about eating gluten free through education, support, recipes, meal plans, and inspiration. Jenny strives to help people living with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities learn how to create health in their own lives and on their own terms. Visit Good For You Gluten Free online at goodforyouglutenfree.com.
Goodie Goodie Gluten-Free
I help navigate those that want to lead a healthy gluten-free lifestyle. Lots of recipes, product reviews, restaurant reviews and holistic nutrition healing. Read more at Goodie Goodie Gluten-Free.
Happy Gluten-Free is a place for sharing thoughts on the best of a gluten-free existence. We use the blog to share our experiences as celiac parents and gain from others’ experiences. Currently, the information on the blog is largely based on gluten-free options in Colorado, but it is ever expanding! Read more at Happy Gluten-Free.
The Healthy Apple
Amie Valpone, HHC, AADP is a Manhattan based Culinary Marketing Consultant, Whole Living Expert, Professional Recipe Developer and Food Writer specializing in Gluten-Free, Soy-Free and Dairy-Free Culinary Nutrition. Amie is also the Publisher and Marketing Director of the online gluten-free magazine, Easy Eats. Amie is a Food Media Expert and works hands-on with individuals and groups as a Food Allergy Concierge and Healthy Family Pantry Stylist to guide them through their transition into a healthier lifestyle. Read more at The Healthy Apple.
The Helpful GF
Sharon McCaskill is a Nutrition and Dietetics graduate student studying to become a registered dietitian and work with autoimmune disease patients. Her husband, Tyler, has Refractory Celiac disease—a form of Celiac in which the body doesn’t heal itself despite sticking to a strict gluten free diet. Sharon shares the lessons learned and knowledge gained at her website: The Helpful GF, which is designed to clear the confusion and help you live gluten-free totally stress-free by doing the planning and research for you.
I’m a Celiac
Pam was diagnosed with celiac disease in January 2011. She has been gluten-free and loving life since! As a working wife and mom to three young kids making healthy, kid-friendly, gluten-free meals has been a challenge for Pam. She creates easy family-friendly recipes with simple ingredients. She posts recipes, product reviews, restaurant reviews, gluten-free travel reviews and giveaways. Read more at I’m a Celiac.
Jessica Madden M.D.
Jess is a mother, wife, physician and runner with celiac disease raising her four gluten-free kids. One of the main goals of her blog is to summarize the most up to date research and medical information on celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Read more at Jessica Madden M.D.
Just as Tasty
When Taleen’s husband was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition (EoE) triggered by certain foods, she took it upon herself to create allergen-free recipes for him that are just as tasty as conventional recipes. Her recipes are always free of wheat, eggs, and nuts. Read more at Just as Tasty.
Kayla is gluten-free, tree nut free, and lactose intolerant. She started her blog to make it easier to find good foods and healthy recipes, while of course still keeping to her strict dietary needs. She enjoys experimenting with recipes to make every meal as healthy as possible while still taking her allergies, and other’s allergies, into account! Read more at Kayla Cappiello.
Gretchen, a registered dietitian and recipe developer, posts gluten-free recipes and health information. You’ll also find beautiful photography and even a note or two. Read more at Kumquat.
Michelle’s Gluten Free Kitchen
Michelle’s Gluten Free Kitchen is a website full of delicious recipes, where there is something for everyone! Vegetarian, vegan, paleo/keto, or dairy-free, ALL recipes are gluten-free! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, sweets and drinks are all covered in this colorful compilation of recipes, with a lifestyle blog thrown in that includes Michelle’s partnerships, restaurant recommendations, and her views on the current conversations in the celiac disease community. Come cook with Michelle!
Morgana’s Gluten-Free Delights
This is all about being gluten-free! Ways to cope daily, recipes, restaurant reviews, food suggestions and much more. After more than a decade being glute-free Morgana is here to help. In addition to being gluten-free herself, Morgana is also a registered nurse. Read more at Morgana’s Gluten-Free Delights.
My Gluten-Free Table
After being diagnosed with celiac disease in 2002, Annalise Roberts devoted herself to developing gluten-free baked goods that taste just as good, if not better, than their wheat flour counterparts. Annalise is the author of three gluten-free cookbooks that are sold in North America and overseas. This blog shares her gluten-free recipes, cooking class announcements and resources. Read more at My Gluten-Free Table.
My Pure Plants
My name is Emese and I was diagnosed with NCGS in 2014. I am living / eating gluten-free since then. Together with my husband we are sharing gluten-free and vegan recipes on our blog called My Pure Plants.
No Gluten, No Problem
No Gluten, No Problem is a blog by Pete and Kelli Bronski, a husband and wife dining duo. Here you will find travel, adventure, commentary, product reviews and delicious recipes in a Gluten-Free World. Read more at No Gluten, No Problem.
The Nomadic Fitzpatricks
Jen Fitzpatrick was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2009. Through her adventures as an experienced gluten-free world traveler AND home cook, She is passionate about helping others eat and explore on a gluten-free diet. Read more at The Nomadic Fitzpatricks.
A former crisis counselor & health professional (who eats gluten-free due to celiac disease and vegan due to other autoimmune diseases, plus the desire to no longer harm), I share about traveling sustainably and intentional living abroad. This includes contemplating what we own, carry with us, and take in. Emotionally and physically. For our health. For the climate. Read more at Omventure.
Peel with Zeal
Peel with Zeal has everything you need to cook gluten-free at home, from seasonal healthy recipes to kitchen basics. Jen helps her readers learn the ins and outs of gluten-free cooking and baking, while having a bit of fun along the way. Read more at Peal with Zeal.
Raising Jack with Celiac
As a parent of a child with celiac disease, Kelly’s responsibility is to ensure her son Jack is maintaining an accurate gluten-free lifestyle. She created this blog to bring awareness of the disease as well as help other parents on their journey of raising a child who is growing up gluten-free. Here, you will find helpful tips, recipes and resourceful information to encourage a happy, healthy gluten-free lifestyle! Read more at Raising Jack with Celiac.
Tired of the “birdseed and rainbows” alternatives at your local health food store? Bored with brown rice and tofu at home? There’s another way: Renegade Kitchen. Forget the pre-packaged “safety” zones in your grocery store, we’re here to get you back in your own kitchen, cooking food you want to eat. We’ve got a cooking show and a library of recipes all waiting for you. Jump on in, the water’s fine. Renegade Kitchen: Serious Food for the Allergy Bound. Read more at Renegade Kitchen Blog.
The Sane Kitchen
A blog that encourages people to eat gluten-free, healthy foods. A blog that encourages people dealing with gluten intolerance to change their diet through recipes for home cooking and advice for eating outside the home. A site that encourages all people to cook at home, read labels and to keep things simple and sane in the kitchen! Read more at The Sane Kitchen.
Sift RVA is a 100% gluten free blog that specializes in gluten free baking and adapting your favorite recipes. You and your guests will be questioning if what you are eating is actually gluten free because we bet you won’t be able to tell. Read more at Sift.
Simona Gluten Free
After closing my gluten-free bakery, I had recipes and experience to share so I started this blog. I wanted to reach out to anyone who has spent meal after meal at the corner of the table, pretending to enjoy a cardboard substitute dessert. I wanted that person to bake a knock-out cake or batch of cookies and be asked to share it with everyone else. I wanted them to close their eyes and think, “Yes, this is exactly how I remember it!” I hope you will follow me in my quest for turning gluten free, one recipe at a time. Read more at Simona Gluten Free.
Silvana’s Kitchen is a blog that takes the guesswork out of how to feed a family with food allergies. Written by cookbook author Silvana Nardone, this blog includes delicious gluten-free recipes, videos and Q&As. Read more at Silvana’s Kitchen.
Carol Kicinski is a professional recipe developer, television chef, freelance writer and cookbook author. She cooks. She writes. She travels. And she does it all gluten-free! When it comes to food, she believes the most important thing is for it to taste great. Her recipes are not just “good for gluten-free,” they are just plain good! Read more at Simply…Gluten-Free.
Simply Quinoa is a gluten-free and dairy-free blog dedicated to healthy and whole-food ingredients. The goal of this blog is to encourage the everyday home cook to embrace the world of gluten-free. With an emphasis on quinoa and other whole grains, Simply Quinoa brings nutritious and satisfying meals to your table and helps guide you on the pathway to a healthy, gluten-free lifestyle. Read more at Simply Quinoa.
The Celiac Space
Here we believe the “gluten-free” label belongs on the food, not on the people. Join the movement to live your best life, beyond labels. Welcome to the celiac space. A place for individuals, families and healthcare professionals to connect, find resources and learn how to provide the best care for celiac disease. Visit The Celiac Space.
The Spicy RD
EA Stewart is a registered dietitian (RD) and nutritionist specializing in wellness nutrition, weight management, celiac disease/gluten intolerance and LEAP food sensitivity testing for adults and children. In addition, she is passionate about utilizing nutrition therapy to help treat autoimmune conditions, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. She has “been there, done that” and is living proof that nutrition therapy can play a major role in helping to treat these conditions. Read more at The Spicy RD.
Strength and Sunshine
Strength and Sunshine is a healthy gluten-free, allergy-friendly plant-based recipe and food blog for those seeking to thrive with dietary restrictions including celiac disease, food allergies, and autoimmune disease. Rebecca, after being diagnosed with celiac disease in 2008, started this blog in 2013 to showcase how anyone can live a happy healthy life with celiac disease. Read more at Strength and Sunshine.
Stress Free Gluten Free™
Stress Free Gluten Free™ is a blog written by a mom of two teens who have celiac disease. This blog and its name were conceived many years ago from a collective desire the family had to be able to keep enjoying their delicious Italian food without sacrificing the flavors they were used to. Its goal is to inspire and challenge readers to get back in the kitchen and be empowered to cook traditional (and fusion) Italian dishes that many people on a GF lifestyle still long for, without having to go to expensive restaurants. Having been born and raised in Italy before moving to the United States, and serving as an ambassador of Italian language and culture through her teaching, the author also shares various resources on the Italian regions where specific dishes come from. She welcomes questions and comments, and is always eager to see what her followers come up with. Read more at Stress Free Gluten Free™.
Sure Foods Living
Sure Foods Living is a website and blog created by Alison St. Sure as a tool to achieve her goal of educating and raising awareness about Celiac Disease and food sensitivities. This site is filled with helpful information and news designed to help people living with this disease and other allergies. Read more at Sure Foods Living.
The Gluten Free Good Life
The Gluten-Free Good Life is a blog by Leigh Ann Hurd, a self-proclaimed decent — but unenthusiastic – cook who has celiac disease. This site focuses on what busy people need to know like which gluten-free bread is best, how to navigate eating in restaurants, and what apps are the most helpful. You also will find recipes that are not only quick and easy, but also family-friendly and delicious. Read more at www.theglutenfreegoodlife.com.
A blog that dishes about life as a mamma to a child with life threatening food allergies, vegetarianism, recipes and parenting. Read more at Vegetarian Mamma.
Matt has been diagnosed with celiac disease since 2008 and is on a quest to share his gluten free travel experiences and arm every celiac with the tools and knowledge they need to have unforgettable travel experiences. Read more at Wheatless Wanderlust.
With Food + Love
Sherrie loves to eat and loves to travel. If she makes a visit to your city or country, she will surely post all her findings. She loves to feel healthy and cares about what goes into her body. She cares about supporting local business, agriculture and protecting our Earth. She hopes you’ll find her blog inspiring to live simply while treating your body kindly with delicious gluten-free foods. Read more at With Food + Love
The Struggles of Celiac Disease
Stephanie is a college student, living with Celiac Disease. She has been on the diet for over seven years. She shares her struggles and her determination to be normal. Her blog contains recipes, new medial updates, fun facts, stories and much more. Read more at The Struggles of Celiac Disease.
Wheat by the Wayside
Katie is the recipe developer and food photographer behind Wheat by the Wayside. What started as a way to document her gluten-free journey quickly became a mission to create and share recipes that are easy, approachable, and reliable. She particularly enjoys creating copycat versions of hard to find gluten-free items like dessert shells and cheez-its! Read more at Wheat by the Wayside.
Zest for Baking
Zest for Baking offers baking tips and recipes for quick breads, rolls, muffins, basically all bread items. Find out about gluten-free flours and ingredients with our quick reference guides. Read more at Zest for Baking.
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