Gluten Free Monday #9

Welcome to Gluten Free Monday #9.

I’ve been trying to find a better way to balance my website with the rest of my life.  (Truth be told, I spend way more time on my website than I know I should.)  I promised myself that I would keep the weekend for my family, and I ran out of time to make a recipe post.  Family has to come first, so I’ll be posting my recipe tomorrow.  I hope you’ll come back to check it out!

Before we start the party, here are some of my favorites from last week.  Thanks everyone for linking up and helping to make gluten free living a little bit tastier for the rest of us!

Yogurt Recipe and Video Tutorial from Cultured Palate

Perfect Holiday Stuffing (GF) from Tessa The Domestic Diva

Best Ever Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies from Musings of a Housewife

Gluten Free Apple Crisp from Lazy Budget Chef

DIY Almond Milk Tutorial from Gluten Free SCD and Veggie

Gluten Free Coconut Breaded Vegetables from Poor and Gluten Free

Thanksgiving Menu Ideas (and tips for making sure your guests don’t accidentally contaminate your dinner!) from Eat. Live. Make.

Now it’s your turn!

Please remember that all recipes should be gluten free. 

By linking up, you are giving me permission to use a photo from your post (with a link back to your site) on 

Although I request that recipes are gluten free, I cannot make any guarantees.  Please carefully check ingredients to make sure that they are appropriate for your diet.



  1. Happy Thanksgiving week! I’m linking up a recipe for Raw Spicy Pumpkin seeds that can liven up any salad. Thanks for hosting this great event!

  2. Thanks for hosting, Heidi! This week I’ve shared a recipe for Chocolate Carrot Scones, free of most major allergens and sugar, and with a dairy free option. Hope you have a fabulous Thanksgiving week!

  3. Thanks for hosting, Heidi! I linked up 2 recipes this week:

    1. Green Bean Casserole (Soy, Fish, Nut and Egg-Free, Can Be Milk and Wheat-Free) . A great alternative to the traditional version for Thanksgiving!

    2. Porcupines (Fish, Egg and Nut-Free, Can Be Soy and Wheat-Free) . This is one of my kids’ favorites…and I think a lot has to do with the name. :D

    Thanks for letting me share, and I hope you have an amazing Thanksgiving!

  4. I love that you set aside your blog in favor of your family! You chose the best thing! Today Im sharing my new favorite – Cranberry Orange Bread. Its to die for!

  5. Thanks for the feature Heidi!! Happy turkey day!

  6. Thank you for the feature! So sorry I haven’t a recipe to bring along this week! Work has taken over! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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