My current favorite gluten-free recipe sources

I was recently asked where to find good gluten-free recipes.

My friend, there are so many excellent food bloggers out there right now! I could not possibly list them all out. I’d be here until next year!

Instead, I’m going to share with you three of my personal favorites. And the best part is that all of them have free blogs where you can try things out.  Two of them do have cookbooks for sale, so if you like what they’re doing on the blog, you’ll love the books. (Note: I am an Amazon and Bookshop affiliate, so I do receive a bonus if you buy through my links. There is no change in cost to you.)

Without further ado, I give you Miri’s Top Three Favorite Food Bloggers of 2023:

Chef Alina

Chef Alina is an award winning bakery chef and restaurateur who is now converting all of her best recipes to gluten-free versions. She has many recipes for free on her blog, and she also offers e-courses with videos where she walks you through how to make delicious, professional level bakes. They are so good, the only reason people will know that they’re gluten-free is because you’re eating them too! She also offers a bootcamp membership, which includes new courses every month and a private FB group.

Free recipes:
Paid courses:

Becky Excell

Becky offers many different recipes on her blog, but where she really shines is British bakes and fake-away recipes (aka copycat takeout recipes). If you’re a fan of The Great British Bake-Off, you’ll want to check out her GF versions of things like Banoffee Pie and Battenburg Cakes. U.S. bakers, you might need to do some conversions for the free recipes, but they are worth the extra effort. She has lots of free ones on the blog, also has some excellent cookbooks, in which conversions are done for you.

Free recipes:
Books on Amazon:
Books on Bookshop:

Bakerita (Rachel Conners)

I am new to the world of Bakerita, but everything I’ve tried so far, I’ve loved. Her fudgy brownies and chocolate chip cookies are divine, and happily, they are low-glycemic, so I don’t get the jitters when I have one of her treats. Her more recent recipes are  Paleo, meaning gluten-, dairy-, and soy-free, as well as low glycemic.  You can find many recipes for free on her blog., and she also has a cookbook.

Free recipes:
Cookbook on Amazon:
Cookbook on Bookshop: