Going gluten-free has never been easier! That said, we could all use a little (or a lot of) inspiration. Fancy recipes for the most epic gluten-free bread or banana bread, guides to the best gluten-free products, lifestyle tips for gluten-free living, or product reviews? These delicious gluten-free blogs have got you covered!
So whether you're gluten-free by choice, have celiac disease, or are gluten intolerant, these blogs will show you that you can ditch the wheat and still get it cooking! Enjoy!
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1. Gluten-Free on a Shoestring
Gluten-Free on a Shoestring is for families wanting to cook gluten-free without breaking the bank. The blog is run by Nicole Hunn. She says "Gluten-Free on a Shoestring helps make feeding your family a gluten-free diet enjoyable — and affordable." The intention of the blog is to skip making separate dishes – one with gluten and one gluten-free – because it's too expensive to feed your whole family gluten-free and instead whip up drool-worthy dishes having the neighbors begging for an invitation.
Nicole started the blog in 2009 after having been laid off as a lawyer working in New York. She chose to focus on the blog since her son had celiac disease, and the family was struggling to find affordable foods and easy recipes that the whole family could enjoy.
Nicole has since written five cookbooks. The website is an excellent resource with a recipe index, baking secrets to make that perfect gluten-free loaf, shopping and pantry guides, a gluten-free flour guide, and the 101 of a gluten-free diet. The professional pictures will have you stop whatever you're doing and bake yourself a gluten-free cake pronto. In short, a blog worth checking out if you're after affordable, simple recipes that keep your stomach happy!
2. Elana's Pantry
Elana Amsterdam is the New York Times Bestselling author behind Elana's Pantry. She founded the blog in 2006 as your go-to place for easy, low-carb, gluten-free, and grain-free recipes.
Elana has been in the health and wellness space for 25 years. She has overcome challenging diagnoses, including celiac disease and multiple sclerosis. Her unique, innovative way of thinking provokes and disrupts the status quo of the healing space.
Her website is an abundant resource on all things health and wellness. Fancying recipes fitting a Candida diet, egg-free, nut-free, keto, paleo, or vegan? All recipes are guaranteed gluten-free. The wellness section covers topics such as DIY skincare, mental health, and social justice. In the well-stocked shop, you find her cookbooks, kitchen utensils, and supplements, among other things.
You can also follow Elana's Pantry on Instagram for some gluten-free eye-candy.
3. Oh She Glows
Angela Liddon started Oh She Glows in 2008, with the intention to write about her recovery from an eating disorder, her journey back to health, and the amazing transformations possible through food. She started the blog while working as a researcher – a job she didn't enjoy nearly as much as writing for the blog. In the beginning, she put out 3 posts a day(!), and the blog quickly grew a dedicated readership all over the world.
In 2009, she opened Glo Bakery and baked over 500 of her own invention Glo Bars weekly and shipped them to readers. A few years later, she was approached by a publisher – and in 2014 her first cookbook The Oh She Glows Cookbook was released and became a New York Times Bestseller. The book contains over 100 vegan recipes to make you glow from the inside out. Angela has since released two new cookbooks and an app for easy access to her many recipes.
Angela shares personal stories on the blog, together with wellness tips such as her skincare routine and travel photos. She's also active on Instagram with mouth-watering photos making you stop the scroll.
4. Living Healthy with Chocolate
Adriana Harlan is the woman behind the apron of Living Healthy with Chocolate. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she has charmed her audience with her accent.
Adriana moved to Hawaii in college to pursue her passion: surfing. She struggled with sugar cravings, and her excess sugar consumption took its toll on her health, with regular stomach cramps and joint pain threatening her surf career. Since the doctors couldn't find a solution, she decided to take her health into her own hands. Her background in biology helped her research the origins of health issues and inflammation in the body. As a consequence, she took up a paleo diet in 2010.
In 2014, she had managed to get rid of all her health issues thanks to the dietary changes. Adriana decided to quit her full-time job as an oceanographer to teach people about the health gains from following a clean diet.
Her website is a great place to find healthy, gluten-free recipes that can further be filtered by labels like vegan, egg-free, dairy-free, and paleo. She also has valuable video tutorials and a YouTube channel where she regularly demonstrates how to cook and bake in a clean way. Adriana has released two cookbooks: Living Healthy with Chocolate and Paleo Desserts for Dummies. Definitely something to check out if you wanna go healthy without ditching the chocolate!
5. The Colorful Kitchen
Ilene Godofsky Moreno is a certified health coach, plant-based cookbook author, and food photographer.
Her food journey hasn't always been that colorful, though – she hadn't even eaten a peach or tomato before 19 years old! Suffering from multiple allergies, she decided to improve her health at the age of 20. She found out about the macrobiotic diet, and a month in, her regular post-meal stomach cramps and allergies were gone. She started to add in vegetables and soon got aware of the cruelty of the meat, dairy, and egg industries and went vegan.
She started The Colorful Kitchen in 2013 as a way to share her newfound epiphanies around food and health. Ilene has since released two cookbooks and has been featured in publications like the New York Times and Huffington Post.
On her website, you find recipes in categories like Breakfast, Baked Goods, Entrees, Raw, and Soups. There's also an online course, Colorful Kids, teaching parents how to get their kids to eat more veggies.
6. Gluten-Free Cuppa Tea
London-based Becky Excell is the recipe developer behind Gluten-Free Cuppa Tea. In 2009, she got diagnosed with IBS, and her doctor told her she could never eat gluten again. Crushed, she thought she'd have to stay away from delicious food for the rest of her life.
The blog started as a way to share recipes with family before she went over for food – as a hint to prepare something that she could eat without getting poisoned. Little by little, the blog grew, and today Becky has over 250,000 followers! Her blog has won awards and got her in national radio and TV ads.
On her blog, you can also enjoy photos from Becky's travels and travel guides on how to eat gluten-free in different cities. There's an extensive recipe index allowing you to filter on diets – such as vegan, dairy-free, and low FODMAP.Becky's first cookbook, How To Make Anything Gluten-free, launches in 2021. Considering the quality of the gluten-free recipes on her blog, this is definitely something to keep an eye on!
7. Gluten Dude
Gluten Dude has the tagline "The naked truth about living gluten-free". He was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2007 and shares in an open, honest, and quite snarky way about his journey – no sugar-coating as far as the eye can see!
The blog doesn't have a lot of gluten-free recipes. Instead, you can read about alcohol, celebrities, humor, the media, relationships, and travel – from a lens of gluten-free. Yep, Gluten Dude show it's possible! Definitely different from your regular gluten-free blog.
There's also guides on going gluten-free, forums where you can connect with other celiacs in your area, and restaurant reviews. In short, all you need for living gluten-free and a great place to start if you've just been diagnosed with celiac disease!Gluten Dude released his book From Crappy to Happy: The Naked Truth About Living With Celiac Disease in 2017. In 2020, his app Gluten Dude was released as a one-stop-shop for all things living with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Expect more from this unconventional gluten-free blogger!
8. Gluten-Free Blogger
Gluten-Free Blogger is authored by Sarah Howells – journalist, blogger, vlogger, digital specialist, and uncertified Professional Gluten Free Pizza Tester. Sarah lives in the UK and has a positive view of being diagnosed with celiac disease – she even describes it as one of the best things that has happened to her since she gained a new passion for cooking.
Sarah was diagnosed already as a 12-years old after years of undiagnosed stomach cramps. She has also suffered thyroid issues, which you can read about on the blog. Expect more than just recipes – Sarah also covers things like travel, celiac tips, and humor on her gluten-free blog. Oh Crumbs! is her podcast covering everything gluten-free. You can also get your hands on one of her ebooks filled with recipes for the holidays. In short, all you need to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with ease!
You can also follow The Gluten-Free Blogger YouTube channel for regular videos on topics like how to make gluten-free doughnuts, travel guides, and more.
9. No Gluten, No Problem
No Gluten, No Problem is run by the couple Pete and Kelli Bronski. They have three children, and the whole family has been gluten-free since Pete was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2007. The blog has been nominated to and won several awards for its lucid writing style and highly educational content. Expect diverse from-scratch recipes, in-depth gluten-free reporting, and tips for living a happy, healthy, and active gluten-free lifestyle.
Kelli has decades of experience in the hospitality industry and a cooking interest that dates back to baking and cooking with her grandmother as a little kid. Pete is an award-winning writer who has been published in more than 80 magazines. The couple has co-authored five books on gluten-free recipes and training. Pete is also an endurance athlete running trail and ultramarathons in the mountains.
Furthermore, they have taught gluten-free cooking demos, seminars, and webinars for several organizations – for example, the Gluten & Allergen Free Expo, Gluten-Free Culinary Summit, Whole Foods, ShopRite, and local celiac and gluten intolerance support groups. No Gluten, No problem has been featured in publications such as Allergic Living, Gluten-Free Living, the Daily Camera (Boulder, CO), Poughkeepsie Journal (NY), and Edible Front Range, appeared on Denver’s NBC television affiliate, and been interviewed on National Public Radio’s The Splendid Table.
The blog focuses on recipes rather than lifestyle. You can filter the gluten-free recipes in different categories, such as breakfasts, mains, and dessert recipes.
Wrapping It Up
There are many gluten-free bloggers helping you to an easier life without gluten, whether you're celiac or just wanna reduce gluten for other reasons. Many of the mentioned blogs have gluten-free recipes that also suit other diets, such as dairy-free or vegan.
We hope that this article has helped you find the best gluten-free blog for you to take your gluten-free cooking and recipes to the next level. Here's to go against the grain!