Presenting Cook Blog Share Week 7
I’ve got a treat for you with this latest round up of recipes – Free From Food for the Soul. Preceding this round up of recipes was Sisley’s Sweet Treats for Spring. Quite a drool worthy collection of bakes to lift the spirits on dull grey days.
My round up is a game of two halves.
Starting with a selection of savoury recipes, followed by a selection of sweet recipes. All are gluten free, or can easily be made gluten free with my tips in the recipe introduction. The theme that stood out from the linked recipes to last week was food for the soul.
The savoury recipes are all packed full of delicious vegetables to squeeze in as many of your five-a-day and boost those much needed vitamins and minerals as we slowly emerge from winter. The sweet recipes give a nod towards the fruits on offer now or soon to be in season and brighter days ahead.
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Free From Savoury Recipes
Chloe’s recipe for Creamy Garlic Mushroom Soup is an excellent way to a full tummy. Chloe has given tips on how to swap out ingredients to make this gluten free and a simple swap for a plant based cream means this can be dairy free too.
Eb has mastered the traybake over on Easy Peasy Foodie and this simple, no fuss, washing up friendly bake is ideal. Simple to make gluten free or plant based if you use your favourite safe sausages. Both filling and packed with nutritional and slow release energy goodness.
Naturally gluten free, this recipe for oven roasted veggies by Lesley and Michelle at Lost in Food is a midweek triumph. Great way to get that rainbow of colours into one meal. Psst – this makes veggies actually taste nice!
Janice from Farmersgirl Kitchen added this super meal in one Paella de Carne. I’m imagining a taste explosion with all the elements of this dish. Another great way to fill up, cosy up and have less washing up!
Tips: check your paella rice for may contains and ensure you get a gluten free chorizo.
I’m adding my Leftover Chicken Slice here for good measure, always great to have a leftover recipe in your arsenal. In this recipe write up I give tips on how you can play with this simple method and create a whole plethora of leftover meals so no food need go to waste ever again!
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Free From Sweet Recipes
Kate over at Gluten Free Alchemist has combined two super flavours into one delicious crumble. Once you’ve mastered a gluten free crumble topping there’s no end to the flavour exploration and rhubarb is the best place to start, especially with the new season of forced rhubarb out in the early months each year.
Ok, so this is not a dessert as such, it’s the makings of a delicious dessert though. This Mixed Berry Compote by Sisley at Sew White is super quick, easy to make. It also goes well with almost any dessert; cheesecakes, gateau’s, brownies, flans and tarts. Or why not add this compote to your Gluten Free Pancakes
I was impressed with how simple this dairy free recipe for Strawberry Mousses was by Corina at Searching for Spice. Getting hold of freeze dried strawberries may seem a chore but you can get them in the fruit snack section in most large supermarkets now, just blitz them into powder like Corina suggests.
Tips: check for may contains on freeze dried snacks as these factories often produce many snack items
Amy over at The Copper Table added her Peanut Butter, Banana and Oat muffins to last weeks round up. This recipe tickled my fancy. Probably because as I’m writing this it’s 10:58am and I’ve still not had breakfast yet! This is an excellent recipe to give instant energy and keep it coming all day.
Tips: swap the all purpose flour for gluten free plain flour and make sure you use gluten free oats.
Anyone still got some mincemeat rattling around in their cupboards (my hand is up). If, like me, you bought WAY too much in the lead up to Christmas then you may like to try this recipe with apples and mincemeat in this twist on the classic Eve’s Pudding.
WHAT IS #COOKBLOGSHARE?
CookBlogShare is a community for food bloggers to share recipes and foodie posts and generally support the food blogging community. The community is centred around the #CookBlogShare linky.
It is a wonderful way for a wide range of food writers, recipe creators and bloggers to come together and share each other’s recipes.
Each week the host chooses a selection of recipes which have been submitted during the previous week to showcase.
HOW TO TAKE PART IN THIS WEEK’S #COOKBLOGSHARE
Scroll down to the linky widget and add your links. Make sure to read the rules so we can all share the love!
I’ll be commenting and sharing as many of the links as possible. They’ll also be pinned to the #CookBlogShare group Pinterest board.
Use the same hashtag #CookBlogShare on Instagram and social media and you can post your recipes in the CookBlogShare Facebook Page.
Scroll down to see what recipes have been linked up so far this week. Have a read and let us know what you think. Feel free to help share the love by sharing the recipes far and wide! You can also follow the #CookBlogShare hashtags on Twitter and Instagram to discover new and wonderful recipes.
You can link up any recipe or foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they have not been linked to #CookBlogShare before. There is no set theme but it is always sensible to think about upcoming seasons and holidays.
It is usually beneficial to link up towards the beginning of the week for maximum benefit to you.
You can link up to a maximum of 4 posts per linky.
Required – For each recipe that you link up, choose at least 2 of the other recipes which have been linked that week, go to the blog post and leave a 5* rating & lovely positive comment. You might want to come back later in the week when more posts have been linked up – but don’t forget!
Required – Please also comment on at least one post from that week’s host. Their linked posts will be marked “HOST” in the title. Please note that a host might request that comments are not left on the linky post as this isn’t always the most beneficial place for a host to feel the love!
Bonus – There is no set requirement but there are several other ways that you can help share the love with the other members linking up. These can include:
- Pinning the recipe
- Sharing or scheduling a share to your Facebook page
- Sharing or scheduling a share to your Twitter Feed
- Saving the post to other sites like Yummly
- Hitting the heart icon in the bottom left corner if the blogger is using Grow.Me or Slicksteam.
Please note that by joining in, you are giving the #CookBlogShare hosts permission to use your pictures in a roundup and on social media if your recipe is selected as one of our favourites!
BECOME A GUEST HOST
CookBlogShare are always looking for new bloggers to become guest hosts. Please get in touch with one of the regular hosts or post in the Facebook group if you want to be added to the rota.
OTHER WAYS TO HELP THE COMMUNITY
- Follow #CookBlogShare on Instagram and like/comment on linked up posts.
- Follow #CookBlogShare on Twitter and like/retweet linked up tweets.
- Keep up with the Facebook Group for roundup recipe requests and other shouts for help.
- And do all these things yourself too!
- Get involved with the Facebook Group. Ask questions, answer questions, share successes and generally be part of the awesome community!
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