Wednesday, July 7, 2010

30 Days Gluten Free Quick & Easy Meals Recipe Roundup


We did it!

We posted over 30 super quick & easy gluten free meals in the past 30 days! Many thanks go out to every food blogger who participated in this event! I could not have done this without your help!

I've learned so much MORE about how to make super fast, healthy recipes in my kitchen. I cannot tell you how helpful this series will be to people who are new to the gluten free diet and those of us who are always learning how to continually be gluten free!




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34 comments:

  1. It's so impressive to see this complete roundup of recipes, Carrie! Everyone who participated did such a wonderful job. I know many readers will keep coming back to this post (including me!) when they need to make something in 20 minutes or less ... and that's pretty often for most of us. :-)

    Great giveaways, too! Don't enter me in ... I'll leave those wonderful prizes for everyone else. ;-)

    Hugs,
    Shirley

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  2. Thanks so much Shirley! You are also such a wonderful supporter and participant!! I think this series was awesome, I learned SO much from it! We actually have really been more willing to cook at home because of this series!! Thanks so much for your sweet comment!

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  3. I so enjoy cooking for healthy livng reasons and one just happens to be gluten free for celaic reasons. But with all the other issues, we cook uniquely our own ways and no apologies for what things are made from. Zucchini slices make a great sub for lasgana and we al eat it

    Jana in Nova Scotia

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  4. Wow, I learned quite a bit from your series. I learned that I'm not alone in this diet and that it doesn't have to be as complicated or expensive as I sometimes think it will be. It's hard for me sometimes as the only person with food restrictions in my house, but now my 4 year old will ask me if things have gluten in them. It helps to have support!

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  5. You've done a fabulous job on this series. It's been neat to see everyone's different perspective on cooking quick & simple. I loved it! Thank you for letting me participate! Hugs.

    Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free

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  6. I read this blog and was excited, we need a change of pace in our home from the same 7 meals every week. so told my husband I am going to try everyone of these recipes and have 30 days of exciting meals. Can't wait to try.

    I just learned a new recipe this weekend at a party that I want to try and I will share with you. pulled pork with a homemade sauce of ketchup, mustard, honey) you just mix to your liking, I like mine sweet. It was awesome. You can make a pulled port sandwhich or just eat it piled on your plate like I did. Enjoy.

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  7. Theresa - that is AWESOME! I'd love to know what you think when you try the 30 meals! What a wonderful challenge to take! And they are all super healthy too! :-) Please leave comments on the recipes you try and let us know how they turned out for you!

    Amy - Thank you SO much for participating!! I can't wait to see your cookbook!

    Marsha - Thank you so much! I'm so glad you have enjoyed the series! It was so much fun to post! I love that your 4 year old is asking what has gluten and what doesn't!! How sweet!

    Caring Momma - I will definitely have to try the zucchini slices in lasagna! I bet that is delicious!!

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  8. I just tried the microwave meatloaf and it was great! I have never managed to make meatloaf and have it taste good! not only that but both my kids and my husband liked it and that's almost impossible!!!!

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  9. Thanks for this series. I've found some great new recipes to try, and I've learned how to make my own herbed croutons (something I hadn't quite figured out yet).

    Thanks!
    thecroleys(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  10. I have loved following this series! You are an inspiration :) My favorite recipe is the Mexican Pizza of the ones I have tried so far! Thanks for all your hard work on this project.
    Shannon, GF in OK

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  11. What a great resource of quick meals and great gf bloggers all in one place. Congrats to all of the participants and you Carrie for your successful collaboration. I'll be browsing the list when I do my menu planning.

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  12. Thanks so much for this series. We were out of town for a week and I am trying to catch up on everything. I liked the blurb about the recipe creators, and hope to poke around their blogs in the future. We are new to gf and are just starting out so I don't have any favs to post yet. have the reipes handy though and hope to use some of them in the future. Thanks for arranging it all.

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  13. What an awesome round-up! Thanks for doing this! I tweeted a couple times :D

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  14. Love it! I am new to the GF scene and need all the help I can get. Thanks so much for your great recipes!

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  15. This was a great series! I love peaking into everyone's kitchen to see what they do :) Thanks for the opportunity to be part of the fun!!!

    I love the summary, it's like having a mini-cookbook!

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  16. It has been my experience that, when many people first learn they have to go on a gluten free diet, they often think it will require significant expense and time to prepare delicious food. While we all know that gluten free food can get quite expensive and timely to prepare, it doesn't have to, as this blog series clearly shows. I have garnered many new meal ideas from these recipes that I am eager to try. Working full time, I am always looking for quick, delicious recipes that I can whip up in no time! One of my personal favorite quick and easy dishes is pork chops seasoned with your favorite spices, wrapped in bacon, and pan seared in olive oil...absolutely delicious! Throw in some fresh, roasted zucchini and squash and some homemade applesauce, and you've got a meal!

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  17. Carrie,
    Thank you so much for putting this together. This is a bookmarked page to come back to time and time again. Wonderful ideas all around.

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  18. This has been a great series. One I'm sure I will refer back to for quick meal ideas. Thanks so much for putting it all together, and letting me participate!

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  19. So impressed! I love that I got to "meet" many new-to-me bloggers. And so many new ideas, thank you all!

    I am a big fan on FB and on Twitter

    @celiacinthecity

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  20. I've loved seeing how others create flavor & texture and interesting combinations reminiscent of some of my favorite comfort foods, but healthier and way tastier.
    And, I've found some great new bloggers to follow and like on Facebook . . . whose sites (including yours!) encourage me to keep playing with my food!! hahaha
    Thanks for this month of innovation in the kitchen!

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  21. Cabbage cups are quick, easy and gluten-free. I sauté ground meat, a garlic clove and chopped veggies (onion, bell peppers, tomato, whatever I have on hand). Season with salt and pepper. Then scoop it into in a blanched organic cabbage leaf. Healthy, yummy and low in carbs!
    I would love to give this book to my mother-in-law! After being married for more than 50 years, she has recently needed to start cooking gluten-free. It's been a tough transition, and I think that a book of easy gluten-free recipes is just what she needs.

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  22. I've learned that cooking and baking gluten free isn't as hard or scary as I thought it would be :) There is a lot of information out there and I love how you make it all simple and easy to figure out!

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  23. Looks like a good book!
    nina[at]sylvaticasolutions[dot]com

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  24. Hi Carrie! Thanks for the 30 days. Great info. My favorite quick meals are ones I can pull out of the freezer. =0) Mac and cheese sauce, lasagna, or a simple stir fry (not the freezer on this one. thanks for all the great ideas those are always wonderful when I get in a dinner rut! Woohoo for comments back! =0)

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  25. Hello,
    I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your site and this post. You make some very informative points. Keep up the great work!

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  26. This has been a really nice series for me as I started eating gluten-free in May. Thanks for the recipe round-up!

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  27. Aloha- What a huge help this has been! So many ideas!! I can't wait to try these recipes out..You can try so many cookbook recipes, and sometimes find really a great one, but it helps so much when they have been tried, tested and enjoyed by others. Mahalo Nui Loa for all your efforts- Sirkka

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  28. Loved the series! My best quick and easy meal is a cheese quesadilla on corn tortillas and homemade guacamole. It's been a summer favorite!

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  29. This has been an inspiring series. We've been a partially GF household (celiac DH) that is about to go entirely GF (possible celiac/sensitivity issues w/son) and need all the inspiration we can find.
    As it's summer now, our favorite no-cook-type GF meals are cold plates: collections of safe meats, cheeses, sliced veggies, cold beans, etc... all served together. Yum!

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  30. Thanks for doing the series!! I'm looking forward to trying them all but mostly to doing the slow cooker chicken (yum). My personal favorite gluten free quick and easy meal is quinoa with frozen veggies and maybe chicken meatballs (gfree from costco!)

    Jane

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  31. I loved the tomato soup and croutons. Man, it's been ages since I had croutons! Thanks a ton!

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  32. Thank you so much I learned so many quick and easy meals, I have only been gluten free for 2yrs and was getting really bored with the same old things on the menu, you showed me some new and different recipes that I really cant wait to make them all.
    Also used the idea of croutons in my pumpkin soup was so good. Only thing is I think I over ate with it

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  33. We were out of town for a week and I am trying to catch up on everything. I liked the blurb about the recipe creators, and hope to poke around their blogs in the future. We are new to gf and are just starting out so I don't have any favs to post yet. have the reipes handy though and hope to use some of them in the future. Thanks for arranging it all.

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  34. This is a great list. In fact, I just passed it on to a non-gf friend who was looking for inspiration. Thanks for putting it all together in one post.

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Sincerely,
Carrie

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