I’m so honored to be featured on Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats today. I’m a big fan of Sarah’s blog, and envy her cake decorating skills, with my favorite being her Mocha Layer Cake!
Sarah and I haven’t had the opportunity to meet in person yet, but I feel like we are kindred spirits already. We have so much in common, from our main loves (Jesus, hubby and 2 kids), things we enjoy (desserts, baking, blogging), and she lives just an hour or so away from where I was born and spend the first 19 years of my life in Northern California. I also began my gluten-free journey at the same time as Sarah, with my diagnosis of celiac disease in the summer of 2010.
I share a little of everything on my blog, My Gluten-Free Kitchen, from breads and muffins to Crock-pot meals to decadent chocolate desserts. My family does not need to be dairy-free, so many of my recipes do have dairy ingredients. However, I do note which recipes are dairy-free or can be adapted easily.
Sarah asked me to share some of my favorite recipes with you all today, so I picked four dairy-free posts to highlight. I was thinking about 4 of the foods that people say they miss when they go gluten-free: snacks, chicken noodle soup, dinner rolls, and snickerdoodles. I’ve got you covered with the perfect gluten-free version of all of these!
If you are ever stumped for snack ideas for your gluten-free family, check out this post for easy, frugal, and healthy ideas!
I love using my slow cooker to serve hearty, healthy meals to my family with minimal work. This chicken noodle soup is a family favorite, in fact we just had it this week since my son had a cold.
It seems everyone missed dinner rolls and thinks that they’ll never have a good one again after they give up gluten. I’ve had many people comment that someone cried when they bit into these amazing rolls because they thought they’d never have a roll this good again. These pull-apart rolls are the most popular recipe on my blog!
When you are ready for dessert, I have many to choose from. Snickerdoodles are an old favorite of many, and so far everyone that has tried these just loves them.