While I hope you, dear reader, are finding what you need on my blog, I realize that there are many gluten free blogs out there providing a range of different information. I read several weekly myself, as it’s a great way to keep up with the latest news, find out about new products, and get inspired in the kitchen. Because I want my blog to be an incredible resource for other people, I thought I’d share my favorite gluten free blogs at the moment.
Best for: Recipes, and lots of them – over 400 as of this writing. From starters to meals to desserts, you’ll find it all here.
Good to know: Also dairy free since 2007, many vegetarian and vegan-friendly recipes
Gluten Free Goddess was one of the first gluten free blogs I started following. Karina lived in New Mexico for a while, so her recipes sometimes incorporate green chile and other flavors of my home state.
Her recipes aren’t super simple, but they are generally made from stuff you can easily find and aren’t massively complex, either. There’s a huge variety of cuisines so you’re sure to find something tasty and specific to your dietary needs!
Best for: Recipes, particularly desserts, product reviews (US) and dining out in San Francisco, CA area
Good to know: Sandi started out doing kid-friendly recipes for her two gluten free children
I discovered Fearless Dining through Twitter, and it’s been a great find. She does lots of recipes ranging from simple to complex, but has a particular knack for yummy desserts. She’s also a great photographer so don’t visit her site hungry (unless you like the torture!)
Best for: Product reviews (UK), healthy recipes, UK gluten free news
Good to know: She had her thyroid removed and talks about that experience on her site as well
Sarah seems to be quite keyed in to the UK gluten free “scene” and is often among the first to break news of new products or other industry news in the UK. If you’re looking for the latest UK products, look no further. This is how I keep up with what’s going on here.
Best for: Recipes, travel & dining information in the Midwest
Good to know: Most of the recipes are dairy free and vegetarian
I stumbled upon Johnna’s blog while looking for information about gluten free beer. Having lived in Kansas City for three years myself, I appreciate the familiarity in some of the places she talks about (though I wasn’t gluten free when I lived there.) She does dairy-free sweets well and her travel dining posts are informative and include lovely pictures.
Best for: Product reviews (UK), gluten free news, recipes, personal experiences
Good to know: Her boyfriend is dairy free so her recipes usually accommodate both
My favorite thing about this website is that it’s personal. Becky includes a lot of her personality and personal experiences in her posts, and that’s nice to see. She’s a good source of information for products, particularly what you can find in your local supermarkets. She’s also got some great resources on gluten free restaurants in the UK.
Fun fact: I saw her at a food show once but was too shy to go say hello.
Of course, there are many more excellent gluten free blogs out there in the world, these are just the five I have in my RSS feed and keep up with regularly. I’m always looking for more resources and more Twitter friends, so if you run a great gluten free blog or follow one, please link it in the comments! I’m sure I can manage to read a few more on the regular!