Tina from Whisks and Chopsticks presented me with a Liebster award (German for ‘dearest’ or ‘favorite’). You can give it to new and exciting blogs with fewer than 200 followers. Now I’m not sure how many followers the blogs I’ve listed below have, but they’re all relatively new, having been started in 2011 or later.
I wanted to take this chance to thank these bloggers for what they do and also to introduce them to you, my readers. It’s easy to find well-known bloggers who have been posting for years. Discovering a new blog that you enjoy is like finding buried treasure, so I’d like to share these treasures with you.
This award is meant to be passed along or “paid forward” and the following rules apply:
- Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog
- Link back to the blogger who presented the award to you
- Save the blog award (right click, save image as) and upload it to your blog post
- Present the Liebster Blog Award to 5 blogs of 200 followers or less who you feel deserve to be noticed
- Let them know they have been chosen by leaving a comment on their blog
So thank you Tina, for awarding me, and for introducing me to your favorite new blogs!(Click here to see Tina’s favorite new blogs) Here are my gluten-free choices:
Wendy from Palm Trees and Gluten Free
Gluten-free travel and recipes
Justine from The Nourished You
Holistic nutrition and gluten-free recipes from a registered dietician and awesome gluten-free cooking teacher
Paleo living, health, and recipes
Pam from I’m A Celiac
Gluten-free recipes, product reviews, and restaurant reviews
Dee from Dee Living Free
A new gluten-free recipe blogger who just started blogging this April
There’s my 5, plus Tina’s blog makes 6 blogs for you to check out. Happy blogging!
Tina from Whisks and Chopsticks
Recipes for homemade foods and baked goodies with wholesome ingredients from scratch…almost, including some that are gluten-free.
Share your favorite food blogs, new or old. They don’t even have to be gluten-free. Sometimes it’s fun to just look at the pictures. In the quilting world we call that “Eye Candy” when you just admire the visual beauty of something without bothering over the work of actually making it.