The 30 Best Gluten-Free Blogs, Websites, and Tweeters to Follow in 2012


The gluten-free world grew tremendously in 2011.

As more people go gluten-free (from those with celiac disease, to the gluten intolerant, to people trying to improve other digestive and GI issues, all the way to those who are trying a gluten-free diet as a potentially more healthy alternative), there is more help than ever regarding the gluten-free diet.

There are TONS of blogs and sites that we follow. We recommend setting up an RSS feed (see Google Reader) or another system so that you can check all (or the handful you like best) easily. It can really help to get as many opinions and ideas from these bloggers as possible.

Another easy way to follow the ones you like is to join Twitter and follow the people below. You don’t need to Tweet if you don’t want – just follow the people below, and they’ll give you all the info you need right in your feed! And, most of them are VERY easy to start conversations with by simply asking them questions there…

(If you are on Twitter, or decide to join, make sure you send us an @ message. Tweet “@CeliAct Hey guys, love the blog!”, or ask us a question, and we’ll be sure to link up with you!)

Since there are so many, we won’t give the rundown of why each is so great in its own. We’ll let you decide what you like. Without further ado, here are the best gluten-free blogs, websites, and Tweeters to follow in 2012:






























Thanks to all of you bloggers and Tweeters for continuing to provide great resources for the celiac and gluten-free communities! We look forward to your continued contribution in 2012.

Let us know if there are any other blogs you follow in the comments! It will help everyone to know what additional resources are out there…


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Comments ( 76 )

  • Karen Broussard

    Thanks for the shout-out, Max. Great list! Here’s to a great 2012!

  • Eileen

    This is a great list. I especially like Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free and The Gluten-Free Homemaker for their weekly Linky events to many other posts. Elana’s Pantry is a favorite too. I also blog with gluten-free adaptations for all recipes at The Everybody Eats Gourmet.

  • Sharon

    I like Sarah Patrick’s site:

    She covers the technical stuff often left untouched or over-simplified by most gluten-free blogs.

    Thank you for posting all these new sites. I didn’t know most of them.

  • Erin Smith

    Thank you for including my blog Gluten-Free Fun on this list!

  • Wendy

    Thanks so much, Max, for including me on this list of fantastic gluten-free bloggers. It’s an honor to be in such good company. There are so many of us, it must have been tough to narrow it down to narrow it down, so I am even more honored.

  • Dr. Barbara Powell

    This is a great list.
    I like to blog for physicians and others who would like to be informed of some of the cutting edge research at I do have a specific interest in the psychological and neurological effects of gluten on people with gluten sensitivity.

  • Monday

    This is a great list! There are many other great sites out there that were not listed like, but there were only 30 top sites that you did a great job of selecting! Keep up the great work of spreading the word about the gluten-free lifestyle!

  • Crosby Shaterian

    Wow!!!! thanks for putting us on your list… So excited!!! love it!!! WAHOOO!!! :)
    Crosby & Rachel Shaterian

  • Kim

    Thanks so much for including me in this list!


  • Ricki

    Great list–many that I read already! Congrats to all. 😀

  • Erin

    Love this list, some of my favorites are there! Started a blog of my own in 2011 Check it out! :)

  • Michelle P

    Thanks for this list. Some of these were new to me, others are in my google reader already! One you missed that is fantastic is

  • Melissa Jennings

    I am gluten free and blog at – we teach strategies to save while living a gluten free lifestyle as well as saving in general however Gluten Free is a major focus for us in 2012 due to my gluten free diet. Thanks for this great list!

  • Heidi Kelly

    Great list of gluten free blogs you’ve got here and I am honored that you included me, thank you!

  • Renee

    Great list – a few on there I wasn’t aware of.

    I blog gluten free AND vegetarian for those looking for vegetarian resources.

  • Heather Collins

    I am so pleased to be included in this list! Thank you. There are so many great gluten-free bloggers out there. It is a great community, helping others discover nourishing and tasty gluten-free meals! :)

  • Shirley @ gfe

    What a treat to be included in your listing, Max–thank you! I love that there are so many wonderful gluten-free blogs and sites that I’m sure you had a very difficult time choosing just 30. That’s what they call a really good problem. 😉 Love seeing other new blogs mentioned in the comments, too. :-)

    So honored to be included with all these blogs!

  • Rachel S

    Thanks again for the mention of our blog on your wonderful gfree list!! Can’t wait to see what we all can do for one another and to help spread the word in 2012!

  • Erin Elberson Lyon

    Thank you so much for including GFF on this incredible list of talented and caring bloggers. Our online community is supportive, knowledgeable, and growing daily. See ya’ll on Twitter!

  • Rick

    Please check out CeliacFacts on our website, Twitter or Facebook pages, or our weekly email newsletter.

    Information to support your gluten free health and lifestyle

  • Paula

    Many of the named sites inspired me to create my own, which was launched just a few months ago! I remain 100% dedicated to ensure CeliacCorner continues as an informative, valuable resource. Congrats to all GF sites listed (& not listed)


    Great post and list of MORE than 30 places to get info on CD!

    My favourite has been for the years it has been out there, along with the what was St. John’s listserve and now just a listserve. Hats off to these two sites for their decades of work.

    Another great site for Canadian individual restaurant listings along with North American chains is

    It is the only restaurant and chain website for those eating out GF where the listings are verified and kept up to date by a network of celiacs and Chapters.

  • Amy

    Check out for Allergy-free AND Celiac Recipes and musings on raising allergy-free and celiac children. There are also alot of great product and book reviews, and a list of resources.

    Also on twitter: @glutenfreemaven

  • Alison St. Sure

    Thank you very much for including me on your list! :)

  • Lynn

    I tweet about gluten free things too! @redfreckle8

  • Carla Spacher

    What an incredible list! Congrats to all for a job well done!

  • Gluten Dude

    Perhaps I will have the honor of being on the 2013 list.

  • Beth

    Thanks for the shout out!! It’s a great list and I am truly honored to part of the list!!!

    Stay Happy and Healthy!!!

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  • Lauren

    I am relatively new to the food blogging scene, but I would be honored if you took a look at my blog. I am an eighteen year old who was recently diagnosed with celiac disease. My blog showcases all gluten free and vegetarian recipes.
    The URL is
    Thank you so much!

  • Maria

    My daughter was diagnosed 2 years ago with Celiac disease at age 9. I just started my blog to help other moms and for me to share my experience, struggles etc. My daughter will be posting as well soon so she can share her experiences as well and hopefully get other children to share as well.
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  • GlutenFreeGastronomy

    can’t wait to check out all of these blogs. Ive only just started my own but have come across some fab info!

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    I was so happy to come across this list! I am quite health conscious and always looking for new *AND EASY* ways to drop some weight. I would highly recommend the website I recently purchased her book, Nina Cucina: Your Healthy Gourmet and I have become addicted to gluten free recipes! I have quite a few friends who are gluten intolerant and have heard from a number of them that there are some amazing gluten free recipes out there that are delicious and extremely healthy. I am not a great cook but I found this book (and website) so informative and so easy to follow. For every single recipe the author, Nina Pucillo, gives the nutritional value of each dish and step-by-step instructions on how to prepare the dish. All of the dishes featured in the book are totally gluten-free and Nina has included many recipes that are dairy-free too! Thanks for sharing! I hope my suggestion helps :)

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    Great site for information on gluten! FYI: One site that I really like for gluten free skin care and cosmetics is

  • Maria

    This is an awesome sight for all gluten-free…. I hope you’ll add my blog to your list..
    My blog is dedicated to my daughter who was diagnosed at age 9.

    • Monday

      We added your site to the links page. Thanks for helping spread the word of the gluten-free lifestyle.

      • Maria

        Thank you so much.. I am always looking at other blogs and continue to research about celiac since it is a complex disease. Since my daughter’s diagnosis, I have made this my job to make sure my daughter stays healthy and hope that she uses her knowledge about the disease to help others as well.

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  • Margi in Ky

    Thanks for a great list. One site I have been using with great success is Gluten Free on a Shoestring. My daughter is GF now and feels SO much better but is in her the last year of her masters and is on such a tight budget that this site has been a big help.

  • Leah V.

    Howdy! My blog is about my experiences being a college student and gluten free. I post about my food findings, mistakes I’ve made and things I think that help this gluten free “battle” we are in.

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    Great list! I also enjoy Simply…Gluten Free and Carla’s Gluten Free Recipe Box blogs.

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