Jess Commons | Deputy Editor | Sunday, 19 July 2015

5 Gluten Free Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow For Inspiration

5 Gluten Free Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow For Inspiration

The Debrief: What to eat when you can't eat bread

Whether you’re allergic or just trying it out, going gluten-free can seem kinda hard. Like, what do you eat instead of bread? Well, as it turns out, lots of things. Follow these Instagram accounts for inspiration.

Gluten Free Rosie

London-based coeliac Rosie is queen of gluten-free living – seeing as she actually can’t eat it, unlike me, who’s just being a knob. Anyways, check out her Insta for delicious pictures of delicious gluten-free food, the recipes for which you can find on her equally excellent blog. Also, she has a super cute dog.

 

10 minute healthy, plant filled lunch. Curry cauliflower rice with feta, raisins, avo and green veg □#startwithplants

A photo posted by Rosie Norman (@glutenfreerosie) on May 9, 2015 at 5:59am PDT

 

Gluten Free Girl

Another coaeliac, Shauna Ahern’s husband also happens to be a chef, which is handy. Check out her Insta for dreamy pictures of meals you can get recipes for on her blog (it’s pretty, erm, American, so take it with a pinch of salt). Also, her son is the actual cutest.

 

Here's summer.

A photo posted by Shauna Ahern (@glutenfreegirl) on Jul 7, 2015 at 2:20pm PDT

 

 Carrie Vitt

Carrie has Hashimoto’s Disease (which means your immune system attacks your thyroid) and chronic migraines – all of which she claims to have overcome with her organic, unprocessed, grain-free diet. A good Insta to follow if you’re sick of quinoa.

 

A lovely #summer salad! Layers of sliced tomato, blueberries, burrata, basil, peach balsamic vinegar and olive oil. #salad #simple #grainfree #wapf #healthy

A photo posted by Deliciously Organic (@carrievitt) on Jul 2, 2015 at 11:35am PDT

 

Gluten Free Cuppa Tea

Becky’s great because she makes the kind of food you think you’re not allowed to eat as a gluten-free-er. Like pizza. And pies. And custard tarts. Yum. Also good at spotting new gluten- and dairy-free products you can use.

 

Love making my own pizza, used a @venicebakeryuk gluten free base & @violifebyviotros dairy free cheese (Parmesan & the pizza style cheese!) so delicious, the base was lovely & thin. Best homemade pizza □ #glutenfree #glutenfreeliving #glutenfreelife #glutenfreefoodporn #foodporn #wheatfree #foodie #foodblog #dairyfree #lactosefree #violife #pizza #dairyfreepizza #glutenfreepizza #homemadepizza #venicebakery #venicebakeryuk

A photo posted by GlutenFreeCuppaTea (@glutenfreecuppatea) on Jul 8, 2015 at 12:14am PDT

Hello Gluten Free

Rachel is dead good at cakes. And taking pictures. And, we’d imagine, eating cakes because all her cakes look better than any cake you’ve ever made in your life. Even though they’re minus wheat flour.

 

Roasted pecan bark, y'all. This stuff is legitimate. I keep some in the fridge to nibble on so I don't eat cupcakes all day. And it's #glutenfree and #paleo! To make it, lay pecans in a single layer on a foil lined cookie sheet. Then roast at 350 until fragrant. Take out of the oven. Meanwhile, melt chocolate over a double boiler (I use 70% dark) then pour over the pecans. You want the chocolate to be about as thick as the pecans. Let set in the fridge, then break into pieces!

A photo posted by Rachel (@helloglutenfree) on Dec 3, 2014 at 11:19am PST

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