Hi there, and thanks for stopping by!
I’m Celeste, the owner of Life After Wheat. I have always loved spending time in the kitchen, and over the past 8 years have been perfecting the art of gluten free baking and cooking.
When my husband was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, I was so disappointed by the options and didn’t want him to miss out. Although there are a lot more options now, I know that so many of you feel the same way and wish that you could enjoy your favorites again.
That’s why I created Life After Wheat, because I love helping people discover just how good gluten free food can taste by sharing my family’s favorite recipes and products!
If you’re feeling discouraged by gluten free living, shopping, or baking, I hope you stay a while and find some helpful information that makes life just a little bit easier and tastier too 🙂
Here are my most popular gluten free recipes to get you started:
Top 5 Gluten Free Recipes:
A ridiculously easy recipe for gluten free biscuits. Guys, this is LIFE CHANGING. 4 ingredients, a bowl and spoon, and 20 minutes of your time is all it takes to get the best biscuits you’ve ever eaten. I promise you haven’t made a biscuit recipe quite like this before, and you’re gonna love it! Includes dairy free option. Click here to get the recipe for Easy Gluten Free Biscuits
This recipe has been one of the most popular on the Life After Wheat for years. You guys LOVE it! And for good reason; these gluten free crepes are easy to make and probably taste better than any other recipe you’ve tried. Click here to get the recipe for Gluten Free Crepes
Gluten Free Rolls are the #1 recipe on this site, everyone loves them! They are easy to make and can also be made dairy free. Be sure to use one of my recommended flour blends for the best results. Click here to get the recipe for Gluten Free Rolls
What could possibly be better than a classic Rice Krispie Treat? One stuffed with Nutella of course! These Nutella Stuffed Rice Krispie Treats are gluten free (I share our favorite gluten free crispy rice cereals in the post) and sinfully delicious. A favorite among adults and kids alike, I always bring them to potlucks and never have leftovers! Click here to get the recipe for Nutella Rice Krispie Treats
Who doesn’t love Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls? This recipe makes the ultimate light and fluffy cinnamon rolls with the perfect balance of cinnamon and sugar. I’ve also included a step-by-step video to help you through the process!
Connect with Me!
I LOVE hearing from you! You can find Life After Wheat on Facebook, Instagram (watch my stories for product reviews, behind the scenes, and more!), Pinterest, and Twitter. If you make one of my recipes, snap a photo and tag @LifeAfterWheat on social media, I love seeing what you make!
Work with Me
Want to work with me? Let’s Chat! I only work closely with a few brands each year, but I would love to hear from you and see if your brand is a good fit. You can learn more HERE
Have a Question?
Learning how to navigate a gluten free lifestyle can be challenging, and I’m here to help. Please check out my Beginner’s Guide for tips and info, and my Amazon shop for some of my favorite products. If you have another question, send me a dm on any social media platform or drop me a line at Celeste@thereislifeafterwheat(dot)com and I’ll get back to you soon. We’re in this together!
Saturday 24th of August 2019
Omw. I have been GF for 8 years and tried lots of biscuit recipes and wasted a lot of money. Your 4 ingredient recipe is delish. Thank you so much for this!
Tuesday 27th of August 2019
SO glad you enjoyed the biscuits Chantelle!! Thank you for taking the time to come back and let me know :) -Celeste
Sunday 30th of June 2019
After being GF for many years, why are you still buying flour blends and baked goods instead of making your own which, as is common accepted knowledge, homemade is better? That's the first thing I did upon being diagnosed. I have never bought anything I can make myself. I have great success with everything. My multigrain bread is awesome!
Tuesday 26th of November 2019
I want to try and make the dairy free optional GF rolls can I substitute flax seed for the egg and can I use almond milk instead of the powdered milk??
Tuesday 2nd of July 2019
Great question Cherie! I like to test my recipes with a variety of gluten free flour options to make it easy for readers like you to make the recipes with whatever you might have on hand. I am so happy to hear that you are enjoying delicious multigrain bread that is gluten free, there is nothing better! Most recipes work well with the homemade flour blend that I developed, which you can find here: https://thereislifeafterwheat.com/2014/10/gluten-free-flour-mix/
Saturday 13th of April 2019
I used to love Burger King's Çroissanwiches. Alas, I am now gluten free as is my husband. Is there a gluten free croissant recipe, so I can enjoy Çroissanwiches again?
Tuesday 16th of April 2019
Hi Sara, I have a crescent roll recipe that is very popular: https://thereislifeafterwheat.com/2014/11/perfect-dinner-rolls/
Tuesday 5th of February 2019
I just stumbled on your blog through Pinterest and I'm so glad I did! I have been gluten free for 10 years now and am finally getting confident enough to try making bread so I'm excited to try your recipes! I was wondering if you've tried Carol's all purpose gluten free flour blend? I have been using it in other recipes for a few years now and I love it. I've noticed other bloggers saying no flour is an exact cup for cup substitute but (other than actual bread) I have not found a non gf recipe that hasn't been successful in a 1:1 substitution with that particular blend. My non celiac friends and family can't ever tell the difference.
Tuesday 5th of February 2019
Hello Amy! I am so happy you're here and have found a few recipes to try. I haven't heard of that flour blend, I'll have to keep my eye out for it. Thanks for sharing the info! My go-to for gluten free flour is Better Batter and it works similarly, I find I can use it in just about any recipe. Happy baking! -Celeste
Monday 7th of January 2019
I wanted to know what I should do to make breads with active yeast instead of instant yeast. I do not have instant yeast nor have I ever heard of it. Do I use 1 Tab of active yeast in the !/2 cup + 2 Tab of warm water? I am not much of a bread maker and would love to try your gluten free crescent rolls for my son who has celiac. Thanks for your help. Jacqueline
Monday 7th of January 2019
You can use them interchangeably, but the bread might take a little longer to rise. Be sure it's in a warm place, like an oven that has been preheated to 110 and then turned off. Happy baking! -Celeste