Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten Free! #2 – The round-up

I’m proud to present to you the round-up of the entries for this edition of Go Ahead Honey, it’s Gluten Free! An event created by the lovely Naomi of Straight into Bed Cakefree and Dried. This month’s theme was birthday baking for kidsgluten-free birthday baking that is. I received a lot of chocolate recipes (made a chocolate recipe myself πŸ™‚ But that’s to be expected when kids are concerned, pretty much all of them love chocolate…well mine do at least πŸ™‚ Even though I never thought about savoury baking myself somehow, I did get a delicious savoury entry as well. Kids can’t live on sweet stuff alone πŸ˜‰ All the contributors did such a wonderful job with their entries. Without further ado here are the entries (in order of admission):

Sheltie Girl from Gluten A Go Go made this beautiful marble cake with chocolate frosting & marzipan filling for her daughter’s 9th birthday. It’s such a pretty cake with the beautiful marzipan flowers, too bad her daughter didn’t like the marzipan.

Laura from shut up & eat has sent me these delicious and pretty looking dark chocolate-chocolate cupcakes. They would do especially well on a girl’s birthday party with the pink sugar.

Jill from hey, that tastes good! made this comforting steamed chocolate pudding cake, who can resist chocolate pudding?

Caroline aka Cookbad from cooking up a storm made this delicious looking chocolate espresso torte, something that would be excellent for a birthday party, maybe for a kids birthday party it would be better to skip the espresso part though.

Aran from Cannelle Et Vanille doesn’t just bring us a gluten-free treat. Her chocolate molten cake is also diary and soy free! And since it has been tested by her 4 year old neighbor it can’t be anything than delicious!

Carrie of Ginger Lemon Girl sent me the first non-chocolate treat: vanilla sandies, a melt in your mouth yet sandy cookie, delicious!

Stef of Cupcake Project made these yummy quinoa cupcakes with a frosting of penuche and filled with apple. Need to get me some quinoa flour…

A special welcome to our first (and last) savoury entry: polenta pizza tart with zucchini. Made by Johanna of Green Gourmet Giraffe Blog for her gluten-free 3 year old niece.

Naomi (aka the mother of this event) from Straight into Bed Cakefree and Dried sent this delicious girly pink rosewater ice cream lolly.

Liz of Food Snobbery is my Hobbery made this yummy and pretty rice crispycake with a filling of rice crisps and frosted with ricemellow frosting. Not only gluten-free but vegan too btw.

Emilia of A Gluten-free day has sent this beautiful and colourful spring cake covered with marzipan and with a filling of kiwi’s and banana’s. Another treat that’s both gluten-free and vegan.

And last but not least is my own entry: chocolate octopus cookies.

Thanks everyone for your entries!

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12 Responses to Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten Free! #2 – The round-up

  1. Aran says:

    Thank you Linda! It was a blast doing it!

  2. Sheltie Girl says:

    Linda — Thank you for hosting the event this month. This is a wonderful round up, full of mouth watering treats. I’ll need to have my children take a look at all these wonderful things to try out.

    Thanks again!

    Sheltie Girl @ Gluten A Go Go

  3. Rosa says:

    A great roundup!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  4. courtney says:

    What a great roundup. Although I havent been told to avoid gluten(even though a book I read says my blood type should avoid it) these are great refrences to play with.

  5. Chuck says:

    What a perfect collection of tasty recipes. They are all mouthwatering!

  6. dhanggit says:

    kudos for organizing this event!!! such a great round-up!! i personally love the chocolate octopus cookies, they look sooo cute πŸ™‚ next time i’ll definitely join πŸ™‚

  7. vineela says:

    HI Linda,

    love the recipes .thanks for sharing.

    vineela

  8. linda says:

    It was a pleasure doing it, I’m happy you like the results.

  9. Siri says:

    Lovely Roundup Linda. thanks for hosting it.

    Siri

  10. Emilia says:

    Thanks for hosting this event Linda!

    Everything looks and sounds lovely πŸ™‚

  11. naomi says:

    Linda, you’ve really done us proud! Thank you so much for hosting. Now I’m off to look at all those lovely blogs.

    See you at next month’s event?

    x x x

  12. These are great. Thanks for doing this. I was going to enter a creation but then life and kids got in the way!

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