{Nourish} Gluten-Free Baked Goods Round-Up

Gluten Free Round Up“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” –Helen Keller

Earlier this week I was talking about the many people and things that inspire—including  those that have gently pushed me into to the kitchen to bake! As a super sweet treat I have rounded up a few, great gluten-free baked goods recipes to share with all of you because, well, it would take me forever to develop all of these recipes especially considering my unending love for baking (wink, wink).  Why gluten-free you might ask?  Well, for the past few months by body has seemed to have its own agenda and it has become very picky about what it wants to eat. For over a year my digestion has been out of whack and after a slew of tests and way to may doctors there is still not a good explanation. My acupuncturist attributes it to stress which makes sense considering the chaos of the past few years. I think my belly was/is telling me that something needs to shift and hey, that need for change is what promoted {Nourish.Breathe.Thrive} so there is a silver lining!

Instead of blaming myself (which I was) and taking a bunch of medication (which just masked the symptoms) I decided to love myself instead.For now, I have decided to eat foods that are gentle on my body and make me feel good (because we all deserve to feel good!). My current diet doesn’t include gluten or dairy and I limit FODMAPS (more to come on this). But, I feel better! I am committed to being gentle with myself and my process.

Gluten-free is not for everyone and it might not be for me once I am feeling better. The important message is to listen to your body and to respect what it needs and to realize that your needs may change and that is okay! Be curious and try not to judge yourself or others for your/their needs as we all have a story and a journey and we are all doing out best to figure it out and to be well!

With that being said it is so important to feel satisfied even when you may not be able to enjoy some of the foods you love! So this little round-up is for all of you that (for what ever reason) omit gluten from your diets and even for those of you that don’t because, well, these recipes are really darn good!  Enjoy and remember to SAVOR EACH BITE with joy, mindfulness and gratitude, of course!

If you are interested in experimenting with different flours: enter the giveaway that I am currently hosting! 

 

 

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Gretchen Brown: Favorite Pecan Banana Bread

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 Regan Miller Jones: Gluten Free Classic Chocolate Poundcake

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Rachael Wallace Hartley: No Added Sugar Cinnamon Spice Raisin Muffins

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Jamilia Rene: Ginger Plum Ricotta Pie

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Min Mary Kwon: Gluten Free PB Oatmeal Cookie Cheesecake Cups

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Alexis Joseph: Vegan Chocolate Banana Muffins

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Mary Parsons : Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Scones

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Betsy Bingham Ramirez : Gluten Free Blueberry Shortcakes

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Megan Hastings: No Bake Coconut Lemon Squares

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Rebecca: Gluten Free Carrot Cake

Naturally Sweet with no sugar added, these gluten free orange coconut oat muffins are the great for any time of day. Snacking, breakfast, or post workout! Plus they take less than 30 minutes to make! www.cottercrunch.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lindsay Cotter : Gluten Free Orange Coconut Oat Muffins

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The Healthy Apple: Gluten Free and Dairy Free Chewy Muesli Bars

6 thoughts on “{Nourish} Gluten-Free Baked Goods Round-Up

  1. Yes to everything you said! I’ve been thinking about going gluten free for a little bit too as I’ve been experiencing many digestive issues as of late. I mainly counsel clients with food allergies/sensitivities and a leaky gut, and it’s actually really common for people to experience digestive issues even though lab tests show otherwise. It definitely doesn’t hurt to experiment!

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