There are thousands of internet users who live a gluten-free life. Some are reading a blog that helps them to follow a varied gluten-free diet, while others are still desperately searching for one that suits their taste.
It is not hard to find gluten-free items, as you will find menus and recipes everywhere. But it is hard to find a blog that agrees with you in terms of your cooking and choice of food.
Here are 59 gluten-free bloggers that you will want to get to know. I think you will love their passion, their recipes and the sincerity of the cooking tips they give you!
Top 59 Gluten-Free Blogs
- 1. Beyond Celiac
- 2. All Day I Dream About Food
- 3. Gluten-Free Girl
- 4. Elana’s Pantry
- 5. Love and Lemons
- 6. Only Taste Matters
- 7. Don’t Mess with Mama
- 8. The First Mess
- 9. Art of Gluten-Free Baking
- 10. Tasty Yummies
- 11. Sondi Bruner
- 12. Fork & Beans
- 13. Gluten-Free Goddess
- 14. Whole New Mom
- 15. Bravo for Paleo
- 16. Cannelle et Vanille
- 17. Simply Gluten-Free
- 18. This Mess Is Ours
- 19. Earthsprout
- 20. Allyson Kramer’s Recipes
- 21. Tartelette
- 22. Golubka Kitchen
- 23. Delicious Obsessions
- 24. Amy Green
- 25. Jessica Murnane
- 26. Daily Forage
- 27. Angela’s Kitchen
- 28. Paleo Crumbs
- 29. YumUniverse
- 30. La Tartine Gourmande
- 31. Chef Janet
- 32. Free From Fairy
- 33. Anyonita Nibbles
- 34. Ricki Heller
- 35. My New Roots
- 36. Against All Grain
- 37. My Darling Lemon Thyme
- 38. Alkaline Sisters
- 39. Dolly And Oat Meal
- 40. Fearless Dining
- 41. Green Kitchen Stories
- 42. Café Johnsons
- 43. Gluten-Free On A Shoestring
- 44. Princess Tofu
- 45. Gluten-Free Easily
- 46. The Year In Food
- 47. Wuthering Bites
- 48. Meghan Telpner
- 49. Oh She Glows
- 50. The Gluten-Free Blogger
- 51. The Savvy Celiac
- 52. Gluten-Free Fitness
- 53. Gluten Dude
- 54. The Spunky Coconut
- 55. Gluten-Free Cuppa Tea
- 56. Poor And Gluten Free
- 57. Vegetarian Mamma
- 58. Gluten Free Gigi
- 59. The Colorful Kitchen
1. Beyond Celiac
For almost 14 years now, Beyond Celiac has been helping and fighting for people with celiac disease. Alice Bast is the President of NFCA (National Foundation for Celiac Awareness), as they are officially called. They have a vision of a world where people with celiac disease will receive a quick diagnosis, eat safely, and be able to live life to the fullest.
The group is now seeking a complete cure, which is a direction that no other group has ever headed in.
- Here is the latest news coverage to keep you updated on how Beyond Celiac is fighting for their vision: A Gluten-free Drug Problem.
2. All Day I Dream About Food
Carolyn, the heart and soul behind this wonderful blog, is a Masters of Physical Anthropology and Human Evolution from Arizona State University. A superwoman, as every mother is, she takes care of three young kids at home. She often finds herself wondering what takes up the most time – her kids or her blog.
Carolyn was diagnosed with gestational diabetes during her last pregnancy and her love and passion for baking and cooking is evident in both her low-carb gluten-free blog and her latest cookbook: The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen.
- You might want to try out some of her featured recipes: 35 Low Carb Recipes For Leftover Egg Yolks.
3. Gluten-Free Girl
Now, here is a couple who share the same passion in life. Shauna is a handful with a great combination of talents – she is a writer, photographer, and baker, all in one. Her partner, Daniel, is the chef and recipe developer who manages the work behind the scenes. They are truly a perfect combination!
Since Shauna is a celiac, they have created Gluten-Free Girl together and have also published books together. In this blog, they share their love of food, family, and everything that touches their hearts.
- Most helpful posts: How to Live Gluten-Free.
4. Elana’s Pantry
Elana, the author of The New York Times’ bestselling cookbook, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry, gave up on grain over 15 years ago. She is one of the first to introduce grain-free cooking and baking. With her Ivy League Education in Healing Arts, she is trusted by readers who are seeking to improve their health. Her blog focuses on recipes for people with food allergies and aims to set them free so that they are not tied down in the kitchen.
Try to check out her recipes, which are simple and easy to make.
- Popular bread recipe: Paleo Breakfast Bread.
5. Love and Lemons
Jeanine and her husband Jack both love taking blog pictures together. Their recipes are mostly vegetarian and they have featured in Food & Wine, Food 52, Refinery29, SELF Magazine, and Oprah Magazine(!). Their blog was declared as the Reader’s Choice Best Cooking Blog by Saveur Magazine in 2014 and won the Editor’s Choice award in 2016 at the same time at their The Love & Lemons Cookbook.
This cookbook has been described as “happiness in itself tossed in every bowl” and “one of the loveliest cookbooks we’ve ever seen”.
- My favorite recipe: Lemongrass Banh Mi Spring Rolls.
6. Only Taste Matters
Elle became interested in gluten-free baking years ago when she was diagnosed as gluten sensitive. She would feel tired and drugged after she ate food with gluten in it. It all started from there and now she’s living a gluten-free life and sharing her recipes to everyone who appreciates them. Her blog is all about baking and she shows people how to use gluten-free flour without compromising on the delicious taste of the usual recipe.
She is now working on developing flour mixes for all the gluten-free bakers out there!
- My favorite recipe: Gluten-Free Flour Mixes.
7. Don’t Mess with Mama
Tracey, the author of this blog, is against junk food, overly processed meals and artificial ingredients. Her blog will show you how to cook gluten-free meals by using healthy choices to feed your loved ones. She also offers tips, news and facts about nutrition, as well as awesome tips on cleaning, beauty, and personal care products to help you get rid of the toxins in your body. She became interested in a gluten-free diet after discovering she, her husband and her son all needed one.
She has now successfully published several gluten-free cookbooks. Follow her blog for all her updates!
- My favorite recipe: Coconut Flour.
8. The First Mess
Laura gained her food expertise after working in restaurants and growing up in an agricultural area. She focuses on writing about her passion, which is cooking and eating natural plant-based food, and then shares this with the people she loves. Living a simple life, she connects with everyone through this blog, which has earned her plenty of praise from many forms of the popular media. Her recipes have appeared in widely known magazines and are popular with associations.
This blog has been selected as “The Best Special Diets Blog” and was nominated as “The Best Food Blog” in 2016.
- My favorite recipe: Banana Zucchini Bread With Chocolate.
9. Art of Gluten-Free Baking
Meet Jeanne is the passion behind this blog on gluten-free baking. You may remember her former blog, fourchickens.blogspot.com, which was where it all started. Now, she has renamed it Art of Gluten-Free Baking because of her love for gluten-free dishes.
Jeanne, who was diagnosed with gluten intolerance and a life-threatening allergy to wheat, has published 2 successful books and found a way to share her struggles and glories in her journey to a gluten-free life.
Look for her Gluten-Free Wish List: Sweet and Savory Treats You’ve Missed the Most and Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays!
- Useful post: Gluten-Free Survival Tips.
10. Tasty Yummies
Beth sure is living a healthy life! Not only is she an artist, she’s also a yoga instructor and wellness warrior. She created this blog right after changing her diet. Beth believes in balance and listening to your body, eating well and living without labels.
Her goal with this blog is to inspire people to get creative with food and to look at vegetables and fruit in a brand new light. She is a firm believer in both the power of food to heal people and the value of home cooking.
- My favorite recipe: How-To Make Grain-free Granola.
11. Sondi Bruner
Sondi is a freelance writer, nutritionist and, of course, a blogger. She believes that fresh, wholefood contains tremendous power and is the key to feeling healthy, energetic and joyful. A survivor of Crohn’s Disease, she helps clients to follow allergen-friendly diets and eat well in a simple but delicious way.
Her blog is all about food, nutrition, and wellness. It will help you to figure out what works best for your own lifestyle!
- My favorite recipe: Edamame + Roasted Garlic Spread.
12. Fork & Beans
Cara hopes that by starting this blog, she can create a site where people with dietary restrictions will not only feel normal, but also find that eating without certain ingredients can still be good. She has struggled to cope with digestive problems since she was young, and later accepted that she needed to eat a certain diet to help her body.
Now, with this blog, she is striving to bring you some of her tastiest gluten, egg and dairy-free recipes that you will surely love.
- My favorite recipe: Healthy “Otter Pops”.
13. Gluten-Free Goddess
Katrina, who owns this blog, has been cooking and baking gluten-free ever since she found out that she was gluten intolerant. Since 2001, she has been serving up hundreds of original recipes to the delight of people who need them.
She said, “Embrace the wheat-free gluten diet, wholeheartedly” and then gave up her gluten diet right on the spot! Within a year, she was healed from her health problems.
Gluten-Free Goddess is a family affair that contains original recipes developed in her own kitchen.
- My favorite recipe: Vegan Almond Salad (Not Tuna).
14. Whole New Mom
Adrienne, the voice behind this blog, is a tough mom, writer, and researcher. She writes about diet-friendly wholefood, non-toxic living, health topics and frugal, simple, sustainable living. That is what her blog is all about!
She was inspired to start this blog so that she could share with others the things she’s learned along the bumpy road of life.
- Helpful tips: 4 Ways to Freeze Avocados.
15. Bravo for Paleo
Monica describes Paleo as a diet that we have always been eating for most of the time since the human race first existed. She describes it is a diet which is filled with food that’s meant to be eaten. Her dad’s heart problem inspired her to look for a healthy alternative to their existing American Standard diet.
In her blog, this pretty 22-year-old encourages everyone to learn about the importance of real food and discover which food is best for you!
- Helpful post: Whole30 Breakfast Bowl.
16. Cannelle et Vanille
Aran, the talent behind Cannelle et Vanille, is an author, food stylist and photographer, which tells you what to expect from her blog. This country-born lady focuses on both the emotional component of food and her everyday life through her visual stories.
Check out Small Plates & Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking, as one of her major achievements as an author.
17. Simply Gluten-Free
Carol Kicinski is noted as being “America’s Gluten-Free Voice“. With this blog, she has motivated millions to live healthy and happy gluten and allergen-free lives. It supports her philosophy in life, which is “Look at the world of food in terms of what I can eat – not what I can’t – and look how much healthier I am because of it!”.
As Carol says, “The purpose of the blog, is to share, teach and inspire”. Diagnosed with gluten sensitivity, she is now making good gluten-free recipes, so that others can make them too.
- My favorite recipe: Gluten Free Grain Free Chocolate Almond Cake in a Mug.
18. This Mess Is Ours
Meg, the creative spirit behind this blog, is a mother, writer, photographer, designer and cook, who has dedicated herself to this blog. She has been making whole meals that her family love since she discovered that her son had a gluten allergy.
Her blog revolves around how she cooks for a vegetarian and three meat-eaters with a range of gluten and dairy sensitivities, and how this always brings them together as a family.
- My favorite post: How to Make Infused Water.
Earthsprout will guide you towards flavor explosions, healthy thoughts, and actions. It’s all about playing with the veggie gifts of nature that empower you so that you can live to the fullest!
Like her blog, Elenore’s creations were brought to life with the intention of shaking things up and creating a better world. And with this blog, she is shaking the world up deliciously!
Follow her story, as this tree hugging gardener, vegetarian chef, and health coach shares her passion and dedication with you.
- My favorite recipe: Golden Detox Drink.
20. Allyson Kramer’s Recipes
Allyson, who is a writer and artist, has poured out her talents in creating this blog. Her recipes have featured in numerous popular publications and received acclaim in the food community. Her debut cookbook, Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats, was listed in the Vegetarian Times’ Top 5 Cookbooks of 2012.
Her blog focuses on her plant-based gluten-free recipes, which she hopes will encourage many people to lead a healthy diet.
- My favorite recipe: Triple Chocolate Cupcakes.
Helen Dujardin is a French writer who resides in the US with her husband and kids. She has written cookbooks and it was her 15 years’ experience working around chefs and restaurants that inspired her to write this blog. She loves collaborating with a team to help her create a vision and a story, and she is interested in photography, as well as food.
- My favorite recipe: Poached Pear and Almond Fallen Souffle Cakes.
22. Golubka Kitchen
A partnership is precious once found. This blog was put up together by a mom and daughter team. Anya and Masha live a thousand miles apart but they still find the time to exchange recipes and keep this blog alive and helpful. You may also want to have a peep at their first cookbook, The Vibrant Table, where you’ll discover the fun they’ve had working together.
The recipes you can find in this blog are all vegetarian, and are focused for the most part on healthy and seasonally delicious ingredients.
- Helpful post: Turmeric, Carrot and Ginger Remedy.
23. Delicious Obsessions
Jessica, a Real Food Wellness Educator, is the founder of this blog site and community. She was raised in a family that believed in the importance of wholesome and traditional food, and found herself cooking at the age of three. Inspired by her mother, who is a fantastic cook, she managed to become the lead chef and is still busy cooking now.
The mission of this blog is to provide natural living information that is easy to understand, as well as recipes that are nutritious, easy and delicious!
- Helpful tips: 27 Ways to Make Your Groceries Last as Long as Possible.
24. Amy Green
The purpose of this blog is to help people to eat well by “eliminating refined sugars and gluten, and maintaining a healthy weight”.
The author of this blog is Amy Green, a devoted wife who is passionate about making healthy meals. She helps people by showing them a way out of their unhealthy lifestyle. As Amy says, “The key to long-term weight loss lies in finding your answers on what works for your mind, body, and spirit”.
- Popular recipe: Chicken Tortilla Soup.
25. Jessica Murnane
Jessica, the founder of this blog, learned what she needed to the hard way. Suffering from endometriosis, Jessica found the relief she was looking for just around the corner, in the food that we eat every day!
As she says, “Change doesn’t have to be all or nothing… it’s about working through things one part at a time”.
Since launching this site, she has published a cookbook with the help of her favorite chefs!
- My favorite recipe: Nacho-Heart Shaped Pizza.
26. Daily Forage
Connie started cooking and baking gluten-free recipes from the day that her son was diagnosed with a gluten allergy. As she said in this blog, “Safe Food is a Journey…Thrive!”. Indeed, it is!
She decided to make her mantra “forage” since it fits in well with her search for safe foods and products that can enrich lives. She would like everyone to become part of her journey. Daily Forage is easier, safe, and less confusing!
27. Angela’s Kitchen
Angela’s Kitchen was the very first gluten-free blog, and it’s now the longest running one to offer gluten-free, dairy-free freezer recipes, having been going for almost a decade!
Angela is a recipe developer, as well as a gluten-free and allergen-free expert, food photographer and an educator. She has almost 25 years’ experience of cooking gluten and dairy-free food, and understands the frustrations and joy that comes with this kind of diet.
- Helpful post: Food Preserving- Angela’s Can-Can.
28. Paleo Crumbs
Macy was still a teenager when she started writing this blog. Having had problems with her health, she turned to food and it soon became her daily medicine. She started her Paleo journey and now encourages everyone to come along with her.
On Paleo Crumbs you will find many gluten-free, grain free, dairy-free, refined sugar free, primal, and paleo recipes. And she promises they are all scrumptious! Stacy quotes Hippocrates, who said, “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food”.
- My favorite recipe: Chocolate Mint Crunch Freezer Fudge.
Heather Crosby, the brain of Yum Universe, is a recipe developer who approaches food through a creative lens. She breaks the rules a bit and creates shareable, comforting recipes that surprise skeptics and make both the heart and taste buds happy.
Her blog and her book, Yum Universe, focuses on WHY and HOW. It is for folks who want plant-inspired, gluten-free inspiration for their lives. Heather is here to share ideas, connect and grow!
- Featured recipe: Acorn Squash Fries Recipe.
30. La Tartine Gourmande
Beatrice Peltre, the good soul behind this blog, is a food writer, stylist, and photographer who works from home. As a regular contributor to the Boston Globe’s Food Section, she has appeared in many publications and some international magazines.
Follow her blog about healthy food recipes, gluten-free and vegetarian choices. It has a lot to offer, from recipes to journeys, workshops, and conferences, and of course, food and photography.
- My favorite recipe: Radish Leaf Soup.
31. Chef Janet
Janet has lived a gluten-free life because of her food allergies, and was inspired to become a chef. She studied the Culinary Arts at Le Cordon Bleu College, and all her culinary knowledge is now being applied to her blog as a chef and a teacher.
She is also a Certified Culinarian with the American Culinary Federation and National Restaurant Association, and has a Master’s Degree in Education. Her blog will teach tips on how to work efficiently and put meals on the table in less time than you imagined possible.
- My favorite recipe: Gluten-Free Chocolate-Pumpkin Pie.
32. Free From Fairy
Vicki is a pack of awesome goodness. Yeah, she is a mother, foodie, and blogger. But she is also a scientist (biochemistry and genetics), creator of recipes and nutritional therapist.
Her child, Roo, who has been a celiac since she was 3 years old, inspired her to start this blog. It is all about sharing quick, simple, tried and tested recipes and information with other people with dietary restrictions.
Vicki, firmly believes that: “You are what you eat!”.
33. Anyonita Nibbles
Anyonita has created this blog as a result of her passion for making gluten-free food that is completely delicious and full of flavor. Every now and then, she develops, cooks and takes photo recipes for brands and shops. Yet this blog is mostly about the food she has cooked for her own meals.
Her blog writing started in 2012, and all of the recipes she has developed have been tested and tweaked to replicate what has been on her own plate.
- My favorite recipe: Gluten-Free Red Velvet Eclairs.
34. Ricki Heller
Ricki, the energy behind this blog, is an educator, writer, cookbook author, natural nutritionist and dog lover!
This blog is Ricki’s way of expressing her love of creating recipes that suit people with dietary restrictions. An “anti-candida” crusader, she provides recipes that fit a specific diet, taste delicious and support people’s healing journeys at the same time.
Ricki encourages others to eat plant-based, sugar-free, gluten-based food that tastes great!
- My favorite post: Top Eight Best No-Cook Breakfasts.
35. My New Roots
Sarah has been spending a lot of playtime in the kitchen! Her deep love for wholefoods has inspired her to create this blog. Since then, she has used her blog to share her recipes and ideas on the plant-based way of eating.
She hopes that “through my simple and delicious dishes I create, you too will discover a whole new world of flavor and nourishment”.
- Latest recipe: Breakfast Buckwheat Florentines.
36. Against All Grain
Against All Grain is not just a blog, but also a New York Times bestselling cookbook created by Danielle Walker.
Danielle was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in her twenties. She made dietary changes then to end her suffering. With her culinary skills and equal love of food and journalism, she started her blog.
The blog focuses on helping others who are suffering from the same ailments to continue enjoying their food.
- Helpful post: Dairy-Free Cheesecake with Strawberry Sauce.
37. My Darling Lemon Thyme
Emma Galloway is a chef, mother, cookbook author, and yes, suffers from gluten and lactose intolerance. This is a place for her to share her gluten-free vegetarian real food recipes, stories and tips on organic gardening.
Her blog aims to inspire people to take charge of what they put in their bodies by cooking wholefood recipes from scratch that are as vibrant and beautiful to look at as they are delicious to eat.
- Featured Recipe: Nectarine and Pickled Cucumber Rice Paper Rolls.
38. Alkaline Sisters
Julie is the Alkaline Sister herself! A certified holistic nutritionist, author, photographer, designer, and a certified plant-based cook, she started this blog together with her sister Yvonne.
The goal is to inspire and energize people’s life. She hopes to set people on a journey to better health and a clear understanding of how food affects our bodies, through delicious recipes, tips, and the latest alkaline lifestyle information.
Alkaline Sisters is looking forward to sharing, inspiring and teaching!
- My favorite post: Braised Turnips, Mindfulness & Island Adventures.
39. Dolly And Oat Meal
Lindsey, the writer behind this blog, did not have a harmonious relationship with food. She grew up with food sensitivities that became worse as time passed. As a result, she discovered that eating and cooking seasonally kept her in check with the more natural flow of things.
Lindsey has published her book, Chickpea Flour Does It All, which was inspired by the recipes, ingredients, and flavors in this blog.
The blog’s inventive recipes, which meld sophisticated and subtle flavors together, are begging to be shared with family and friends!
- My favorite recipe: Garlic + Spice Market Carrots with Tahini Yogurt.
40. Fearless Dining
It is not every day that we got to know a whole family who are gluten intolerant. All of Sandi’s family are, including herself and her daughter.
While struggling to keep a gluten-free diet, which did not drastically change her family’s diet too much, she decided to create this food blog.
Her goal is to help people to discover how delicious gluten-free foods can be.
- My favorite recipe: No-Churn Creamy Lemon Curd Ice Cream.
41. Green Kitchen Stories
Tell me about family teamwork and I will refer you to this blog. I love how this couple, Louise and David, have worked together to make this blog a reality.
It has not been called Green Kitchen Stories because they’ve gone and painted their kitchen walls green. Instead, the name signifies their effort to come up with a healthy vegetarian recipe that uses wholefood and organic products.
Follow their blog and books to learn about their kitchen stories.
- My favorite post: Hazelnut, Apple & Chocolate Buns.
42. Café Johnsons
Lindsey used to think her future was in medicine! Then her path changed and she became this blog’s creator, food stylist, photographer, writer, blogger, and recipe developer. She started this venture at the age of 20 and fell in love with it.
She is self-taught in photography, cooking, and baking, and has found a way to triumph in all of them! She says, “The work I do now, I love every minute of it!”
- Latest recipe: Sorghum Vegetable Salad with Cumin-Lime Vinaigrette.
43. Gluten-Free On A Shoestring
It is not often you hear a lawyer cooking, right? Nicole has chosen the path of cooking and baking rather than the legal profession. She has created this awesome blog and already published 5 cookbooks to go along with it!
Nicole says, “You’ve got to walk the walk if you’re going to talk the talk”. With this blog, she is going to teach people how to feed the family with gluten-free food that will have the neighbors begging for an invite to your next meal!
- My favorite recipe: One Bowl Gluten Free Banana Bread.
44. Princess Tofu
Phi (fee), the writer of this blog, has been a complete vegetarian for years now, jumping from one city to another. As she’s gone along her journey, Phi has always loved food with an Asian and Parisian flair.
If you has been wondering what Princess Tofu is all about, Phi clarifies that it’s a Chinese tofu dish, like Princess Chicken, but made out of tofu.
All you vegetarians can follow Phi’s journey and learn from it through Princess Tofu.
- Helpful post: California Figs: The Seeds of Supper.
45. Gluten-Free Easily
Shirley set up this blog to share information about the gluten intolerance/celiac support group she leads, and hopes that everyone else out there might be interested. Eating gluten-free can be easy if you focus on “real” foods versus processed and specialty foods.
She has been gluten-free since 2003, and even if you aren’t gluten-free, the recipes and cooking tips she shares in her blog are simple, tasty and enjoyable for all!
- Latest recipe: Gluten-Free Powdered Sugar Donut Muffins.
46. The Year In Food
Kimberley calls this blog is more of a recipe journal. Apart from being a freelance photographer, she loves eating huge messy meals with a bunch of her favorite people, while they tell stories.
The idea behind this creative food site is to use food as a lens to chart the course of the year through creative cooking and eating, with an emphasis on seasonal fruits and vegetables.
- My favorite post: Self-Care Strategies: Citrus Refresher.
47. Wuthering Bites
Sarah Carter created this gluten-free food and lifestyle blog. Like a journal, it details her passions in life so far, such as gluten-free cooking, music and travel.
A marketing professional, as well as an expert tea drinker, Sarah shares her food journey in this blog, from the whizzing and blustering sounds of her kitchen to the quietness of the dinner table, through her vibrant blog posts.
- My favorite recipe: Gluten Free Black Garlic & Sesame Chilli Beef.
48. Meghan Telpner
Meet Meghan, the writer behind this blog, once wanted to become a fashion designer. But now loves her career advertising nutrition.
Diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, she took her health into her own hands, and has, in no time, become symptom-free.
Meghan says, “The way we live, think and respond to the world, impacts our personal health as much as how we feed ourselves”. A teacher and an author, she has written books, which are shown on this blog, and you can enroll in one of her classes.
49. Oh She Glows
Angela is the woman behind this award-winning recipe blog, which has featured more than 500 healthy recipes over the past few years. The blog shares plant-based, energizing recipes that she and her family enjoy.
Her blog’s goal is to inspire people to embrace more plant-based food in the diet without feeling the least bit deprived. She has made her recipes great for meat eaters and picky kids too!
Follow her cookbooks (you can see them on this blog) and experience the glow in your inner self!
- My favorite recipe: Power Biscotti from Blissful Basil.
50. The Gluten-Free Blogger
Let’s meet Sarah, the blogger behind The Gluten-Free Blogger! She is a journalist by profession and loves sharing her gluten-free journey.
Diagnosed as a celiac, she is passionate about health and fitness, lifting weights and practicing yoga, so that she can eat plenty of whatever she likes. She also loves making macro-friendly goodies!
51. The Savvy Celiac
This blog is all about empowering smart people to become savvy celiacs! The site is not just for celiacs, however. Folks with non-celiac gluten sensitivity, who also have to follow a strict gluten-free diet, can learn a lot from this blog too.
Amy is an Emmy Award-winning journalist with years of experience in television news. Through this blog, she’s found a way to give news about the gluten-free and celiac world in a relevant and valuable way.
- Helpful post: New Way of Looking at Who Gets Celiac Disease.
52. Gluten-Free Fitness
This blog promotes gluten-free recipes and the benefits of keeping the body healthy through fitness. It encourages people to not only eat a healthy diet, but also keep our bodies physically fit.
Apart from delicious gluten-free recipes, this blog posts tips on how to keep fit. There is also helpful information about celiac awareness and how to live with it.
- My favorite recipe: Chocolate Banana Protein Brownies.
53. Gluten Dude
Gluten Dude’s mission is to help those who have Celiac disease, like himself, go through the gluten-free journey and feel that they are not alone. As he says, “Don’t take chances if you’re not sure about something. That one minute of eating pleasure isn’t worth the time of pain you will endure afterward”.
If you want to share experiences or need help, the Gluten Dude is the place to drop by and be free.
- Popular post: What is Gluten-Free at Starbucks?
54. The Spunky Coconut
Kelly has been gluten-free food since her young girls were advised to eat a gluten, casein, and refined sugar-free diet after becoming sick. She and her husband realized that if a change of diet could resolve these health problems, then they would have to embark on the journey together.
The Spunky Coconut has been active for almost a decade now and has produced several cookbooks. Kelly believes in eating real food that is healthy.
- Helpful tips: My Top 10 Beauty Secrets.
55. Gluten-Free Cuppa Tea
Becky, the young soul behind this blog, is a foodie and a YouTuber. She is passionate about all things gluten-free and loves helping followers to create delicious gluten-free recipes, as well as travel guides.
This blog’s purpose is to let people know they’re not alone and that life does not have to be a struggle. You can make the experience be whatever you want with the right support and attitude.
- Latest recipe: Mini Blueberry Cheesecake Recipe with Mornflake.
56. Poor And Gluten Free
Danielle, the blogger behind this site, is an author and historical romance novelist with a small publishing house, who lives a gluten-free on a budget with her husband. Wherever they go, they try to eat healthy, gluten-free foods that support a local and sustainable food system.
Poor & Gluten Free is about Danielle and her allergy-free adventures. Most of the stuff you’ll find here is free of gluten, soy, nuts, and sugar. There are also egg and dairy-free options.
57. Vegetarian Mamma
Cindy, a food allergy mamma, creates recipes that are easy to make, taste great and are free from gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, and meat. They are often dairy-free as well.
Cindy says, “At Vegetarian Mamma, we are here to encourage one another and to keep things positive. We are not here to try to dictate what you should and shouldn’t consume. You know your body, you know your beliefs and you can act upon them”.
- My favorite recipe: Savory Zucchini Quiche.
58. Gluten Free Gigi
Gigi believes that the importance of food in our lives is immeasurable. It brings pleasure and has the power to heal. But food can also have negative effects and wreak havoc on our health.
She knew she could help others with what she was learning and launched Gluten-Free Gigi in 2009, as a hub for holistic healing. “It’s a judgement-free zone where my two passions – food and science – come together”.
Food is an emotion, a place, a memory.
- Helpful post: The One Best Piece of Advice about Celiac Disease.
59. The Colorful Kitchen
Ilene, the voice behind this blog, is an NYC-based health coach, recipe developer and food photographer who shares plant-based recipes that are colorful but not complicated. In this blog, you’ll find vegan and mostly gluten-free recipes for everyone.
Ilene says, “This blog is my happy place where I combine my love of color, texture and all things rainbow with plant-based cooking. I’m here to help as many people as I can find their happiest, healthiest selves… and come up with a few new recipes along the way”.
- Popular post: Thoughts on Sugar + 10 Raw, Refined Sugar-Free Desserts.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this long list of creative and helpful blogs that are worth visiting. I’ve included the names of the creators along with it. They are all full of passion and commitment, and each one of them is worthy of praise for their struggle and their victory in overcoming it.
In fact, the way they have embraced life and how they’ve helped many people on the same journey by sharing what they have learnt is an inspiration.
Are you moved and inspired by their lives?
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