Being a gluten-free blogger is hard work.
When I started this blog, I wanted to create a space where I could write about my experiences as a gluten-free mother while promoting the delicious breads and rolls my family makes. As I began to do a little research about the celiac blogosphere and who was documenting their experiences with celiac disease and the gluten-free lifestyle, I was amazed at what was out there.
Gluten Free Bloggers We Love
Bloggers in the gluten-free space come from many different backgrounds, making accessing a variety of gluten-free life experiences as easy as a click of the mouse. Whether you’re a mother like me, the partner of someone with celiac disease, a college student trying to live gluten-free, there’s a blog out there that speaks to your experience.
And while there’s no substitute for finding a local gluten-free group in your community, the chatter happening in the comments of many of the larger blogs is just as warm and supportive.
I’ve gathered my top 25 favorite gluten-free bloggers into a neat list. My hope is that you find someone below that resonates with your experience. They all have something to offer.
Karina of Gluten-Free Goddess – Whether you’re a gluten-free newbie or a seasoned celiac, Karina has something for you. Her writing is beautiful, her life story is interesting, and her archives are vast.
Aran of Cannelle et Vanille – The author of Small Plates & Sweet Treats dishes up regular servings of photogenic foods.
Shauna of Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef – Gluten-free living doesn’t have to be about restriction. Shauna shares the abundance of her kitchen, relationships, and life.
Erin of Gluten-Free Fun – Stay in the loop about the latest and greatest gluten-free products, restaurants, and more.
Kelly and Kim of Celiac Chicks – These ladies curate and report the latest gluten-free finds with a hip and modern attitude.
Tara of A Baking Life – As a fellow gluten-free baker and mother, this blog is close to my heart. Tara posts pictures not just of her beautiful baked goods, but of her adorable kids, too.
Lenny of Gluten Free Dad – Lenny is a husband, father, and Marine who began his gluten free journey to support his wife who suffers from several autoimmune diseases. He’s sharing dad friendly gluten free recipes, gluten free parenting advice, and promoting all the great products in the gluten free community.
Rachel of The Crispy Cook – Celiac bookseller shares her healthy gluten-free eats.
Carol of Simply… Gluten-Free – Carol’s well-loved blog is enormous. She’s crammed it full of delicious recipes, recommendations and more, all from her expert perspective as a recipe developer and TV chef.
Ellen from Gluten-Free Diva – As a certified holistic health coach, Ellen has particularly useful insights on thriving while eating gluten-free.
Kelly of The Spunky Coconut – Gluten-free, casein-free and sugar-free? Read how she does it in her colorful, engaging posts.
Seamaiden and DH of The Book of Yum – If you’re gluten-free and vegetarian, few blogs beat the recipes and reviews posted on The Book of Yum.
Natalie of Gluten Free Mommy – Beautiful pictures and excellent recipes. Check out her ‘Pregnancy’ tag for her favorite recipes as a gluten-free Mommy-to-be.
Helene of Tartelette – French expat and food photographer extraordinaire, Helene’s blog shows off the prettier side of gluten-free foods.
Amy of Simply Sugar and Gluten Free – When Amy decided to eliminate sugar and gluten from her diet, she didn’t realize what a miraculous transformation she would make. She shares her favorite recipes on SS&GF.
Maureen from Hold the Gluten – Okay, okay. Hold the Gluten is technically a podcast, but we couldn’t leave out such a helpful resource. Maureen is energetic and well-informed with great guests. Take it on the go!
Lucy from Free From Home – This British beauty went gluten-free when her daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1996. From her lovely pictures and insightful posts it looks like they’re doing quite well.
Elena from Elena’s Pantry – Elena is an entrepreneur turned gluten-free recipe writing super blogger. Well-loved for her ‘green’, health-conscious approach to life, she’s a must-have in any top gluten-free blogger list.
Sally from Aprovechar – At the intersection of self-care and gluten-free living there is Aprovechar – a delightful blog about eating and living well.
Mary from Gluten-Free Cooking School – A potential upside (or downside!) of living gluten-free is that it forces you to learn how to cook. Mary from gluten-free cooking school shows you how in her posts, classes, and ebook.
Shirley from Gluten-Free Easily – This blog has it all – recipes, reviews, and lots of pictures. Shirley’s site lives up to its motto: “Not just gluten-free, but gluten-free easily.”
Rebecca from Pretty Little Celiac – Rebecca updates often with timely posts that address those questions about celiac ideas that you didn’t even know you had.
Nicole from Gluten-Free on a Shoestring – If you’ve read our Tips for Eating Gluten-Free on the Cheap and want more, be sure to check out Nicole’s blog.
Diane from The Whole Gang – Gluten-free folks looking for health and weight-loss look no further. In addition to posting delicious recipes and motivational words, she offers coaching for the newly (and struggling!) gluten-free.
Karen from Gluten-Free Food Reviews – If you’ve ever been eyeing a new gluten-free product wondering if the taste is worth the price, this blog is perfect for you. While updates have slowed in the past couple months, the site archives hold a vast amount of information on different gluten-free products.
Jenny from Creative Cooking Gluten-Free
Jill from Hey, That Tastes Good!
Suzanne from Living the Gluten-Free Life
Melanie from Gluten-Free, Casein-Free and DELISH!
Christina from BuenQamino
Brett Duncan from GlutenFreeTraveller.ca
Miriam Reeves from CradleKitchen.com
Plus: We love our lively Facebook followers. Some of them have blogs, too.
This list is long, but it’s certainly not exhaustive. If we’ve left out any of your favorite gluten-free bloggers – or if you have a gluten-free blog you’d like to brag about – shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.