Here is a list of blogs I follow and link parties I frequently visit! (under construction, this is a very partial list so far!)
Allergy Free Vintage Cookery – Lunchbox Love on Friday: A mom who looks to make delicious things for her family, free of most top allergens!
Against All Grain – Danielle never fails to make me drool. Her recipes are generally GAPS and Paleo, always grain free!
Cook It Allergy Free – Kim always has fantastic recipes and her pictures are something else. Her recipes are great for figuring out all sorts of allergy friendly substitutions!
Cybele Pascal – Allergy Friendly Fridays- Cybel is an anchor in how to bake without the top 8 allergens..I have learned SO much from her!
Daily Bites: Hallie will always have healthy food that is gluten, dairy, and sugar free. I have enjoyed many of her recipes and her cookbook is great too!
Diet,Dessert & Dogs – Wellness Weekends – Ricki has a great sense of humor and lots of wonderful recipes that are vegan, sugar, and yeast free.
girlichef - Although Heather’s blog does not have an allergy-friendly focus, I get SO much inspiration from her mouth-watering recipes!! Many are naturally free of allergens or easily adaptable.
Gluten Free Goddess – Karina is probably one of the original gluten free bloggers, and she most often cooks without dairy and sometimes eggs too. Her pictures are amazing and she has a large log of some really wonderful recipes.
Hobby & More: Richa has some the most amazing Indian and bread dishes, and the vast majority of her food is gluten free, and all are vegan.
Hope For Healing: Another blog I have tested loads of recipes and always enjoy them! Stephanie has a focus on making gluten free HEALTHY. Dairy, soy, and sugar free too!
The Gluten Free Homemaker – Gluten Free Wednesdays – Linda is well established in the gluten-free world and makes simple, easy foods perfect for families!
The Healthy Home Economist: Monday Mania. Lots of great information about real food and food politics. I learn a lot from her posts!
This Chick Cooks – Whole Foods Wednesdays. Katie has a whole foods kitchen and churns out some great stuff, all of it very family friendly!
Laura’s Gluten Free Pantry : Laura is new mom blogger with nutritious, wholesome recipes!
Lexie’s Kitchen- Recently nominated into the Top 25 Food Allergy Blogs, Lexie is well deserving of this honor.. She creates wonderful gluten, casein, and refined sugar free recipes for families! Gorgeous pictures too!
Maid In Alaska- Megan was also voted into the Top 25 Food Allergy blogs…and what a visual and taste bud treat! Gluten, dairy, corn, soy, potato, tomato, peanut, and (mostly) refined sugar free recipes.
My New Roots – Always beautiful, and always amazingly healthy, you can’t go wrong with the food on Holistic Nutritionist, Sarah’s blog! The vast majority of her recipes cater to multiple food allergies.
The Nourishing Gourmet – Pennywise Platter Thursdays: A local Portland blogger with loads of ideas on cooking without gluten and dairy, and other allergens! She also talks about saving money and doing things sustainably.
The Nourishing Home – Kelly has a wealth of recipes and information on making whole, real foods for families.
Real Food Allergy Free: Nancy has lots of great ideas and recipes to be found! Top 8 free generally.
Simply Sugar & Gluten Free -Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays: I have learned loads from Amy and her gluten and refined sugar-free recipes. She always has good ideas and I love her cookbook!
The Spunky Coconut – Kelly is a mom to three girls and cooks without gluten, dairy, and refined sugars. Her recipes are innovative and delicious.
The Tasty Alternative: Lots of great gluten and dairy free ideas with wholesome food. Amber is a new blogger with lots to offer. Currently she is churning out some SCD recipes she experiments to help her Chrone’s Disease.
The Whole Gang – Friday Foodie Fix. Diane has lots of innovative ideas that are gluten and dairy free!
Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen: Probably my very favorite blog for wholesome recipes that are free of most allergens. I know any recipe I get from this site will be good for my family, and I have a lot of luck with everything I try. I also own the cookbook and love it! Her husband, Tom is a holistic nutritionist who specializes in food allergies, lots of great information via him too!
Whole New Mom: One of my go-to’s, Adrienne is always great about offering substitutions to make recipes work for loads of different diets.
The Willing Cook: Michelle is a busy mom with easy family friendly recipes that are allergy friendly!