Tap Water Fueling Allergies, Snickerdoodle Mug Cake, Blueberry Cake




My Allergy-Free (top 8 free) Favorites:

  • Snickerdoodle Mug Cake @ Natural and Free (Be sure to read the article for gluten-free options and use dairy-free milk)

Reader Favorite:

You can explore all of my past Allergy-Free Wednesday picks on my Allergy-Free Wednesday (Top 8 Free) Favorites Pinterest Board.  You don’t need an account to see them.


I’m hosting this party with six fabulous bloggers: Tessa@Tessa Domestic DivaMichelle@The Willing CookLaura@ Laura’s Gluten Free PantryAmber@The Tasty AlternativeJanelle @ Gluten Freely Frugal and Adrienne@Whole New Mom.  Be sure to stop by the other hosts’ blogs and check out their favorites!


A few things to remember when linking up:

  • Recipes/articles do not have to be completely allergen free, just allergen free in some way.  It would be helpful if you could note what your recipe is free of in the title.  For example: Italian Sausage and Summer Squash Skillet (top 8 free)
  • Please link back to this party.  You can grab the badge in the bottom of the right sidebar if you wish.  Remember, your link will show up on all 7 blogs!

Please read the full list of rules here.

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6 Responses to “Tap Water Fueling Allergies, Snickerdoodle Mug Cake, Blueberry Cake”

  1. Julie Moore says:

    Thank you for the feature! 🙂 Just so anyone knows that is reading this: the mug cake is NOT gluten-free, HOWEVER I have been experimenting with gluten-free flour, and it looks like you can sub that with success but you might have to reduce the amount of oil by 1/2. People have subbed GF baking mix with success, too. 🙂 (When I get the GF recipe down, I will post it on my blog and link it up here, so don’t worry. 🙂 )

    This week, I linked up my recipe for Sweet and Simple Homemade Lemonade (Soy, Wheat, Nut, Fish, Milk and Egg-Free, Can Be Diabetic Friendly). Perfect for the warm weather to come! 🙂

    Thanks for hosting, and I hope you have an amazing week!

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