Whole Food Fridays 3-22-2013

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Welcome to Whole Food Fridays! Come link up your own GLUTEN FREE & WHOLE FOOD recipes and find new ones to try!

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So many wonderful recipes were shared last week! Thank you for participating!

Highlighted Recipe:

Paleo Ginger Almond Scones from Nancy @ Gluten Free Travels

Want to participate? Here are the linking up Guidelines:

  • Please link to your individual post, NOT your home page or a static blog party page.
  • You must provide a link back to Whole Food Fridays somewhere in the body of your post. Recipes not linked back to Whole Food Fridays will not be eligible to be highlighted the following week and may be deleted.
  • All recipes MUST BE GLUTEN FREE and made from REAL WHOLE FOOD ingredients.
  • Your blog does not have to be a gluten free blog in order to link up a recipe, but please make sure your recipe is gluten free.
  • Recipes for natural homemade soaps, lotions, etc. are also welcome.
  • Please leave me a comment! I love it when I hear from you. Often times comments make my day!

What your recipe CAN contain:

  • Any real whole food ingredients (gluten free whole grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, fruits, vegetables, herbs, healthy oils, etc).
  • Natural Sweeteners (honey, agave nectar, brown rice syrup, maple syrup, yacon, coconut nectar, coconut sugar/palm sugar, sucant, stevia)
  • Meats, eggs and dairy are all okay (although dairy free options are always an added bonus).
  • Bacon. Yes, anyone who makes anything with bacon gets extra brownie points (just make sure your bacon is gluten & nitrate free)!

What your recipe CANNOT contain:

  • Anything artificial, including anything refined or highly processed.
  • Any sort of boxed mix or prepackaged anything (with the exception of packaged GF noodles, chocolate chips, nut butters, etc…). Just remember fresh real whole foods are best!
  • Refined sugars (white sugar, brown sugar).
  • Liver and/or chicken feet. Okay, I’m joking. You can link up a recipe that contains either, I just probably won’t highlight it the following week.

If your post does not comply to the above guidelines it will be deleted (and I will probably delete it without leaving you a note telling you I did (sorry), because that could be very time consuming). If you have any questions just leave me a comment below and I will try my best to get back to you.

Please be descriptive and tell us a bit about what you’re sharing. Is it vegan? What about dairy free? Is it grain free? Etc… I think you understand; you’re a smart bunch!

Thanks again for stopping by Whole Food Fridays! I look forward to seeing you every week!
xoxo
Megan


Comments

  1. Beth says

    My picture isn’t showing up–the linky tools froze up on me and didn’t go through; oh well, I posted my homemade almond butter. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Shirley @ gfe & All Gluten-Free Desserts says

    Hey Megan, Happy Friday! I slept in. ;-) Today I’m linking up my fruit smoothie made from party fruit tray leftovers. It could easily be made with an assortment of fruit from one’s fridge or freezer though. It was yummy!

    Off to check out those teff rolls … thanks for hosting each week, dear! I’m so happy when I can link up. :-) xo,
    Shirley

  3. peggyatallergyfreetestkitchen says

    Hi Megan, I linked up some yummy fiber and protein rich pancakes. Thanks for hosting. Have a good weekend! Peggy

  4. Eileen @ Phoenix Helix says

    Thanks for hosting again. I’m celebrating the Mighty Coconut on my blog this week: Its power as a healing food, and one of my favorite recipes: Spiced Veggies in Homemade Coconut Milk. Have a great weekend!

  5. Tiffany @ DontWastetheCrumbs says

    I sincerely appreciate you hosting Megan, thank you ! :)

    Most store-bought tortillas are laden with hydrogenated oils and some even have high fructose corn syrup. I shared a recipe this week to make your own and it can be customized to white or wheat and there’s even an option to soak the grains beforehand! I also shared an article on the various types of butter and what they mean – grass-fed vs. organic vs. cultured, etc. – and how to find the best butter for your needs.

  6. Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com says

    Megan, I am sorry you are not feeling well. I am praying for you! thank you for hosting, and I am sorry I put a photo in twice; feel free to delete the one on Aspartame in milk. :( Blessings and a hug!

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