#glutenfreefridays #29 Come link up some #glutenfree #recipes!

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Welcome to Gluten Free Fridays Recipe Link up!  We are happy to have you!

We had SO many new friends last week!  Welcome!  We will be having a Gluten Free Giveaway next week at our link up!  Be sure to get your recipes/posts ready to link up for that!

My favs from #28!

 Asparagus and Portobello Mushrooms in Garlic Mustard Sauce via Tumbleweed Contessa

Slaw Three Ways via Real Food Real Deals

Chocolate Peanut Butter Sesame Shake via Raia’s Recipes

Sugar Cookies via Live Free Gluten Free

Slap Yo’ Mama Caramel Sauce via Conscious Eatery

Green Kale Shake via The Jensen Journal

Stuffed Bell Pepper via Whole Made

Bengal Spice Panna Cotta via Breakfast Lab

Oatmeal Raisin Muffins via Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure

Plant Based Lasagna via My Plant Based Family

Garden Burger via Healthy Body equals Healthy Mind

Turkish Garbanzo Bean Salad via Health Nut Nation

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33 Responses to #glutenfreefridays #29 Come link up some #glutenfree #recipes!

  1. Hi Cindy! Thanks for hosting what looks to be another great party! This week I’m sharing Turtle Brownies and Pesto Veggie Pasta. Hope you have a great week!

  2. Vicky says:

    Happy Friday! I shared my Grain & Sugar Free Banana Bread today! Have a lovely weekend!

  3. Little Sis says:

    Thanks so much for hosting!

  4. Dana says:

    Hi Cindy, this week I’m excited to share my recipe for very healthy an tasty Maple Molasses Muffins. There is no refined sugar, just maple syrup, molasses and love. Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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  12. Raia says:

    Thanks for the feature Cindy! :)

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  16. Thank you so much for featuring my asparagus and mushrooms. I am really trying to mix up my blog with healthy and baking favorites. I enjoy your party because it makes me think to do this at least once a week! I hope you and your fellow party goers will come by my site tomorrow or Monday and share their recipes at my parties. Have a great weekend!

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  18. Hi Cindy – Here’s my link this week. It’s 7 Easy Chicken Recipes for Gluten-Free Cooks. I’m so glad to take part in your huge table full of goodies here!

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  20. Sandra says:

    Hey Cindy,
    phew… that was close. Almost didn’t make the party!

    Got carried away in the kitchen and ended up making crazy Spelt creations. Little did I realize, that they contain gluten…
    Back to the drawing board it was…

    I’m back! This time with a gf free treat that I can happily share with you :-)

    Almond Toasties (bread rolls thingies) and Creamy Cinnamon Almond Spread.

    Take care,
    Sandra from candidadietplan.com

    • Cindy says:

      Glad you made it! Yes, I understand about going back to the drawing board! Excited to read the Almond Toasties aka bread roll thingies :) Love it!

  21. Hi Cindy!

    The one post I put up tonight is really two very different recipes that I put together as a sort of mix and match. The system would not allow me to post as two even though the two do not have to be put together. Any type of relish or pesto would work equally as well, just as the pesto is also fabulous on grilled, boneless pork chops or chicken. Just didn’t want you to think I had wimped out again. You always do such a fab job!

    • Cindy says:

      Thank you for linking up! I always look forward to your entries and your comments :) You always make me smile :)

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