Gluten Free Bloggers We Love

Gluten Free Bloggers

Fun fact: At Nourish Snacks, all of our snacks are naturally gluten free! With Celiac Disease and gluten-intolerance becoming more and more common, we like to stay up-to-date on the latest gluten-free recipes,  products, and information.

Here is a list of 5 of our all-time favorite gluten-free bloggers!

1. Elana’s Pantry

New York Times best-selling cookbook author, Elana Amsterdam, is a pioneer in grain-free cooking. Her dishes are among the easiest in the world of special diets. With their refreshingly short ingredient lists, her recipes help people with food allergies. She shares her tips for wellness along with her mouthwatering gluten-free recipes on

2. Dolly and Oatmeal

Lindsay grew up with some food sensitivities but never really paid much attention to them. As she got older, however, and her sensitivities became more pronounced, she sought the help of a life coach/nutritionist. Through those meetings, she cut gluten and dairy out of her diet, and eats mostly plant-based foods. Try some of her vibrantly fresh and colorful recipes at


3. Maria Marlowe 

Health Coach to the stars, Maria, has dedicated her life to food and nutrition, drawing the connection between our ailments and our diets. She teaches people how to decipher their digestive issues, weight that won’t budge, low energy, and acne, and then how to choose the right foods for their unique body to support weight, flawless skin, and most importantly, vibrant health. Read her health tips and recipes at

4. Beard and Bonnet

Meg’s son, Kash (now 3 years old), was born with a gluten intolerance which started her journey into gluten-free cooking. Every person in her home has a completely different set of dietary rules and restrictions and her goal with meals is to bridge the gap at the dinner table and make one meal that satisfies everyone. She shares her beautiful recipes and stories at

5. Silvana’s Kitchen

Cookbook author, mother of 2, and magazine editor, Silvana, creates great recipes and even better conversation about gluten-intolerance. When her son, Isaiah, was diagnosed with intolerance to gluten and dairy, she refused to accept any limits to her food-loving lifestyle. She’s used her skills as a former baker and food editor to recreate family favorites without gluten or dairy. Read more at

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