Last weekend, I put the call out for other bloggers to send me their vegan, grain-free recipes, so I could post them to share some link love (and because life has been crazy this week and there’s been no time to come up with a cool new recipe to share with all of you). I got some great submissions. Here’s what I’m currently drooling over:
Kris, from Glow, sent her recipe for Root Vegetable Lasagna
What I love about this dish is that not only is it gluten-free and vegan, it’s also nut-free, sugar-free, and nightshade-free. Is there anyone that couldn’t eat this dish due to food sensitivities? (Don’t answer that. I’m sure somewhere there’s someone that can’t eat rutabaga or sunflower seeds.)
Ricki, from Diet, Dessert & Dogs, sent her delectable-looking Chocolate “Buttercream” Frosting
Ricki comes up with the most ingenious ways to make food-intolerance-friendly foods. I’m not going to give away her secret ingredient, but you have to go and check it out!
Amanda, of Newman Improved, sent in her Roasted Tomato Sauce
This recipe makes me long for summer, when the tomatoes are ripe. What a tease she is!
Alisa, from Alisa Cooks, sent in her Grain Free Coconut Macaroons
Oh, this girl knows what I like, doesn’t she? Coconut, nuts, and chocolate? Yes please!
Finally, Shirley, of Gluten-free Easily, sent me enough recipes to do an entire post just with her stuff. I was tempted to share the Nut and Fruit Cereal, because it is so right up my alley and what I eat for breakfast nearly every day. But, instead I’m going to share her Raw Fruit Pie. Think of it as a sneak preview to the upcoming April in the Raw event. (You’ll just have to come back later to hear more about that.)
Thanks for participating, everyone. If you’d like to get in on the link love action, feel free to send me info on your grain-free, vegan recipes, and I’ll highlight them, too.
I got one more belated birthday blogger gift this week that I really must say thank you for. Bean, from Without Adornment, adopted me for the Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger event. It’s my first adoption, and I couldn’t be more touched. Thank you Bean!
Very nice roundup, Deanna. I’m so happy to be included–thank you! I love those little raw pies and am so looking forward to our April in the Raw event Congrats on being adopted … that’s such a special treat, isn’t it? Glad the birthday celebration is continuing in some form. I’m all about extended birthdays! Off to check out Bean’s adoption post. 🙂
Thanks, Shirley. I’m glad you like the round up. 🙂
You’re welcome! I really did have a lot of fun choosing and making your recipes. 🙂
Seems like the birthday celebration is continuing along nicely! And what a lovely bunch of recipes in this roundup. 🙂 I agree, Kris’ recipe looks fabulous (as do they all). And congrats on being adopted!
Thank you so much for including me! I so appreciate the love! Sorry I’m a tease! 🙂
What fun! Everything looks so good and there are a couple I can’t wait to try. Congratulations on your adoption!
Wonderful roundup! I’ve been so busy with school, I haven’t had time to visit my favorite blogs in a while, but I’m hoping to catch up on your old posts soon. Here’s a link to one of my favorite raw dessert recipes (or at least it was my favorite back when I could eat nuts):
Thanks, Iris. I know what you mean by getting behind. When my feed reader hit 1000 unread posts, I just marked them all read and started over. 🙂
are you still accepting recipes for link love?
I haven’t gotten many other requests. I think what I might do is put out a monthly call for link love submissions. So, if you don’t mind it being a while before I post it, feel free to send me one.