Top food bloggers

Delicious & Gluten Free

Brighton-based Mila aims to bring us easy, everyday gluten-free recipes – and to focus on what coeliacs can eat, rather than what they can’t. Taco fans will find plenty of inspiration here, while the broccoli pizza base puts a healthy spin on another fast-food favourite. 


From Jessica’s Kitchen

Cooking without gluten, dairy or soy, Jessica’s recipes are imaginative and varied – a great resource if you find yourself stuck in a rut. Her recipe index features sections for sugar-free, vegan and paleo dishes, making a godsend for those catering for different dietary requirements. But for when only a good, hearty Pulled-pork bap will do, Jessica’s Kitchen has the gluten/dairy/soy-free version.


Gluten-Free Girl

Writer Shauna is coeliac (she claims it’s the most under-diagnosed disease in the US), married to a chef, and creator of Gluten-Free Girl. Her long-running blog contains a wealth of recipes, covering the whole food spectrum, with her rediscovered enjoyment of eating coming across. We’re saving this Cucumber soup recipe for refreshment when the weather really hots up.


Happy Igloo

When one of her three young sons was diagnosed with coeliac disease, Kate wrote a book, Can I Eat It?, aimed at helping coeliac families get to grips with suitable recipes for kids and the family as a whole. We love the Will’s School Bakes section on Kate’s blog, featuring her five-year-old’s after-school Baking Club treats – it’s perfect for inspiring children to try cooking. The rest of the recipes are more grown-up, and beautifully presented – don’t let children near this Chocolate orange and ginger box cake!


Wuthering Bites

Sarah’s blog features gluten-free recipes, product reviews, foodie news from her hometown of Bristol, and plenty of updates on her two cats… It’s a must-read for West-Country coeliacs, and features some particularly tasty-looking bakes for the rest of us – not least this intriguingly named Flower of the mountain jasmine tea and coconut cake.  


This month we’re looking at some of the best gluten-free recipe blogs around

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