Before I set up my own blog and Instagram, it was following a lot of other gluten-free bloggers that helped me and inspired me to start my own, so I thought I’d share the love for 5 of the bloggers that I recommend to everyone in this community.
Alice’s Instagram was one of the first I ever followed and her account has grown so quickly and now has over 17,000 followers.
Her blog is full of amazing gluten and dairy free recipes and her Instagram is a great place to go to stay up to date with new finds in the supermarkets and plenty of meal inspiration.
Becky Excell (Gluten Free Cuppa Tea)
Becky is probably one of the best known gluten-free bloggers in the business and she was one of the first I started following. Her Instagram, blog and YouTube channel are all essentials for anyone newly diagnosed as Coeliac or following a gluten-free diet.
She’s also an amazing person to follow for dairy free and low FODMAP inspiration. Her blog is full of amazing gluten-free recipes, my favourite being her fudgy chocolate brownies, they’re amazing!
Sarah was diagnosed Coeliac at around 12, so has plenty of experience of dealing with the highs and lows and now she’s dedicated a lot of time to creating some great recipes, so gluten-free foodies don’t have to miss out.
Her blog has so many great recipes, especially for sweet treats – homemade jaffa cakes anyone?
Her Instagram is also a great follow to help keep up to date with new products and get inspiration for meals to make at home!
Probably one of the first blogs everyone finds when newly diagnosed is The Coeliac Sanctuary and that’s because this blog is a go-to for information about products and places to eat which is so helpful when you first get diagnosed.
Whether you want recipes, product recommendations or suggestions for places to eat, you can find it all on this blog.
If you’re gluten-free but still want to travel, you need to be following the Gluten Free Suitcase on Instagram.
Alexandra is always travelling and exploring the gluten-free scene is various places around the world, so if you’re a foodie who wants to feel more confident about being gluten-free abroad, her Instagram and blog will really help.
So, there you have it – 5 gluten-free blogs I recommend to everyone!
Who are your favourite gluten-free bloggers?