Allergy-Free Wednesdays, Blog Hop Week 32: Grain-Free Hamburger Buns, Zucchini Chocolate Chip Cookies, Carrot Cake Bites & More!

allergy-free wednesdays, blog hop, afw, gluten free, dairy free, vegan

Hello and welcome to Allergy-Free Wednesdays (AFW)!

AFW is a weekly blog hop where folks can share their allergy-free cuisine, gain knowledge about allergy related topics/issues and connect with others living or caring for someone with food allergies.

This is a weekly blog hop hosted by myself and 6 other fabulous allergy-free bloggers. Your weekly submissions are shared on all 7 blogs!

Each week, we feature our 3 favorite recipes from the week before as well as the 3 most popular recipes. We also pin all of the favorites on Pinterest to bring more love to your sites!

Your AFW hostesses are:

Adrienne @ Whole New Mom

Amber @ The Tasty Alternative

Janelle @ Gluten Freely Frugal

Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry

Michelle @ The Willing Cook

Nancy @ Real Food Allergy Free

Tessa @ Domestic Diva

What can I link-up on AFW?

*We welcome allergy-free cuisine in any shape or form

*Tips & allergy related articles/information are welcome

*Food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities all welcome

Rules & Guidelines *Please provide a link directly to your post (not your homepage).

*Please provide a link back to our weekly blog hop somewhere in your post.

*Past and current recipes welcome.

*Please provide a description of your recipe, such as DF (dairy free), GF (gluten free), SF (sugar free), V (vegan), etc.

*Recipes do not have to be free of all common allergens, just allergy-free in some way.

*Two weekly submissions max please.

*Grab yourself a badge and help support Allergy-Free Wednesdays and the allergy-free community.

*Entries that don’t comply with stated rules and guidelines will be respectfully removed.

*Please leave a comment after you link-up and tell us about your weekly submission(s). We love to hear from you!

By linking up, you agree that I may make use of any applicable pictures in my Allergy-Free Wednesday posts, and that, by your entering, you are giving permission to use them and/or re-pin them via Pinterest. You also, by entering, guarantee that the picture is not someone else’s work , or else has a broad license (for example with stock photography put in public domain).

Here is a key for labeling your recipes:

GF= Gluten Free

DF= Dairy Free

SF= Refined Sugar Free

V= Vegan

Reader Favorites:

Grain-Free Hamburger Buns @ Cooking Gluten (& Dairy) Free

grain free, hamburger buns, yeast free, xanthan gum free

 Grain-Free Zucchini Chocolate Chip Cookies (Vegan Option) @ Tasty Yummies

grain free, zucchini, chocolate, chip, cookies, gluten free, option

Carrot Cake Bites @ Gluten Free Happy Tummy

gluten free, carrot, cake, bites, vegan

My Top 3 Picks:

Sweet: Coconut Flour Banana Bread @ My Gutsy

coconut, flour, banana, bread, grain free, dairy free, gluten free

Savory: Roasted Poblano Salpicon w/ Smoked Salmon @ Girli Chef

roasted, poblano, salpicon, smoked, salmon, gluten free, dairy free

Grain-Free: Not-A-Grain Bars @ Against All Grain

grain free, breakfast, cereal, bars, gluten free

Please visit the other 6 Allergy-Free Wednesday hostesses (blog links can be found above) for their recipe highlights. Thank you for visiting Allergy-Free Wednesdays!

And don’t forget to enter my Stevia Giveaway. 4 Lucky winners will receive 3 bottles of liquid lemon, orange and peppermint stevia!


Print Friendly

Comments

  1. GFreeHappyTummy says:

    Hi Laura! Thank you so much for featuring my Carrot Cake Bites! This week, I shared my Butternut Squash Pudding and my Purple Pick-Me-Up Slaw! They’re both Gluten/Grain Free, Vegan, Body Ecology Diet and Specific Carb Diet SCD Friendly! Hope you’re having a great week!

  2. AleaMilham says:

    Thanks for hosting! I am sharing my nut-free “Nutella” recipe. Have a great week!

Trackbacks

  1. [...] is linked to Allergy-Free Wednesdays, Tasteful Tuesday, Fat Tuesday, Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, Made From Scratch Monday, Better [...]

  2. [...] If you enjoy this, you may also like my Mint and Pea Soup. This was shared on Allergy-Free Wednesdays,  Melt in your mouth Monday, Wildcrafting Wednesday, Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways, Healthy 2 [...]

  3. [...] This recipe is shared with Made from Scratch Monday,  Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, and Allergy-Free Wednesday. [...]

  4. [...] If you have a Sulfite Allergy then you suffer from Allergies Type 1, also called Contact Allergies….en used for centuries as a preservative for drinks, foods and medication. They preserve the color and flavor and increase the shelf life by inhibiting bacterial growth. About 1 percent of the populations are allergic to sulfites. Sulfite allergy reactions tend to manifest in respiratory symptoms. Prior to seeing any allergy specialist for testing you will need to stop taking any anti-allergy medication or over the counter antihistamines 2 to 3 days before the test are to be performed. Talk to the allergy specialist if you are unsure about any medications that need to be stopped and for how long. Patients allergic to sulfite rarely show a positive allergic response to skin testing. The most reliable way to test for this allergy is commonly called The Food Challenge. You are told to avoid all sulfite-containing foods for several weeks. Avoidance can be very difficult because sulfite is often hidden in other foods. Read the labels of every food that you bring into your home. Because the manufacturing processes change continuously re-read the labels each time you purchase a product. On January 1, 2006 a new law was passed stating that all labels should be designed in such a way that a 7-year-old child could read and understand the ingredients. The doctor will then have you take pills containing sulfite under close supervision. If symptoms appear after ingesting the sulfites then you are allergic to sulfites and will need to avoid anything that has it on the label. The USFDA requires the labeling of foods containing 10 ppm or more of sulfites and in 1986 the FDA banned the use of sulfites on fruits and vegetables that are eaten raw. A growing awareness about food allergies is becoming well known in the United States. Food manufactures and restaurants are becoming more understanding and willing to accommodate people living with food allergies. Living with any food allergy is no longer a major undertaking; it is now just a minor adjustment to your life-style. You will need to avoid baked goods, Soups, jams, canned vegetables, pickles, potato chips, dried fruit, trail mix, most condiments, shrimp, guacamole and anything that has sulfite, sodium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite, potassium bisulfite and potassium metabisulfite on the label. Some of the common vitamins used to treat sulfite allergy symptoms are Vitamins C, Quercetin, and Bromelain. Vitamin C is nature's protective nutrient, essential for defending the body against pollution and infection and enhances the bodies immune system. Take 1,000 to 5,000 mg daily. Quercitin is a well known flavonoid. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants and can reduce inflammation boost the immune system and strengthen blood vessels and improve circulation. Quercitin is also known for its ability to block the release of histamines, thus reducing or preventing allergy symptoms. Take 500 mg twice daily. Bromellain will enhance the absorption of Quercetin. Take 100 mg twice daily. Always consult your doctor before using this information. This Article is nutritional in nature and is not to be construed as medical advice.About the author: David Cowley has created numerous articles on allergies. He has also created a Web Site dedicated to allergies and how to treat them. Visit Allergy TreatmentSource: http://www.isnare.com/?aid=181162&ca=Medicines+and+Remedies [...]

  5. [...] Green Link-Up, Tuesday Time Out, Teach Me Tuesday, Frugal Tuesday Tip, Open Call Tuesday, Allergy Free Wednesday, Wow Me Wednesday, Women Living Well, Works for Me Wednesday, Gluten-Free Wednesday, Health [...]

  6. [...] recipe was linked up at Allergy Free Wednesdays. Tweet This entry was posted in Desserts, Gluten-Free, Vegan by Cindy. Bookmark the [...]

  7. [...]  Shared with Allergy Free Wednesdays [...]

  8. [...] part of Allergy-Free Wednesdays, Week 32! Share this: This entry was posted in Eat, Uncategorized and tagged avocado, coconut, dessert, [...]

Speak Your Mind

*