Allergy-Free Wednesday: September 12, 2012

Welcome to Allergy-Free Wednesdays!

It is no secret around here that I’m a big fan of Crystal at Money Saving Mom.  Her passion for life and frugality are amazing and why she has accomplished much.  Anyway, over the month of September, she will be running a series of brown bag lunch recipes for all of you on the go.  Along with this series, she’ll be featuring a few of my allergy-friendly recipes as well.  Yay!  First on the brown bag lunch is Buffalo Chicken Pasta Salad.  This salad is awesome on Day 2 with a drizzle of olive oil.  Make some up today and take it in your lunch tomorrow.

~Willing Cook Features~

Vegan Mayonnaise (Soy Free) from Penniless Parenting

Brown Sugar Cookies from Conscious Eatery

Gluten-Free Fruit Pizza from Gluten-Free Flavor-Full

~Reader Favorites~

Double Chocolate Cookie Bars from Not Missing a Thing

Uncool Fudge from Eat, Recycle, Repeat

Grab the AFW button off the sidebar to share on your site.  Thanks for being a part of the Allergy-Friendly Community and spreading the word!


Allergy-Free Wednesdays is a blog hop dedicated to allergy-free living and eating.  You can share your allergy-free recipes, knowledge about allergy-related topics/issues, and connect with others within the allergy community.  We hope you will glean much from your time spent here.

This blog hop is hosted by myself and four other allergy-friendly bloggers.  When you link up your post below, it will automatically appear on all 7 blogs! Each of us will choose a favorite recipe/post to feature each week, so be sure to check in every Wednesday.  Allergy-Free Wednesdays is hosted by…

Adrienne @ Whole New Mom

Amber @ The Tasty Alternative

Janelle @ Gluten Freely Frugal

Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry

Michelle @ The Willing Cook (that’s me!)

Nancy @ Real Food, Allergy Free

Tessa @ Tessa the Domestic Diva

Allergy-Free Wednesday Guidelines

  • Any linked recipes should be allergy-friendly in some way.
  • Provide a link directly to your post, not your homepage.
  • Please link back to this site.  It’s good blogging etiquette.  Feel free to grab the bottom below to display on your post.  In order to be featured next week, you must link back.
  • Current and past recipes/posts are welcome.
  • It’s helpful if you provide a little description with your recipe (i.e., GF, DF, EF, Paleo, GAPS, etc.).
  • You can link-up as many as 2 posts weekly.
  • Leave a comment telling us about your submission, and visit other bloggers submissions too! It makes us all feel loved.
  • Entries that do not comply with these guidelines will be kindly removed.
Important Legal Information:

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 usage license (for example with stock photography put in public domain).


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10 Responses to Allergy-Free Wednesday: September 12, 2012

  1. Alea Milham says:

    Thanks for featuring my Gluten-Free Fruit Pizza! I am honored! Can you believe I missed Penny’s vegan mayo? so glad you featured it. I am off to check it out.

    • Cook says:

      I actually missed it after looking through the list a few times too. I suppose the picture doesn’t stand out too much. It looks like a fantastic recipe and I can’t wait to try it out. My husband has missed mayo, especially on his beloved BLT! Thanks for the great GF pizza.

  2. My sister has celiac disease and I am always looking for new recipes to make or share with her. Thank you for hosting.

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  5. thanks for hosting. allergy kids can be good eaters too! 20 recipes in eat to learn, a lot are allergy free unless you have allergy to raw fruit or oats. a few recipes have dairy, maybe some gluten. regardless there are a handful of recipes that contain little to no allergens!

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  8. Ooops, I did my first link-up’s and forgot to put up your button. Going to fix that, sorry!

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