Guest Blogging for National Autism Awareness Month and My New Newsletter

Today I am guest posting on the blog of Bob’s Red Mill, as part of their campaign for National Autism Awareness Month, with a kid-friendly, gluten-free casein-free recipe for baking powder biscuits.

Autism is something that my family and I are very much involved in. My brother is recovering from and it is because of him and his autism that we became a gluten-free family, in addition to being dairy-free and refined sugar-free, as I write about on this blog’s about page and background. Naturally, it was and is an honour to have participated in a campaign such as that initiated by Bob’s Red Mill and I thank them for giving the opportunity for me to participate.

Read my guest post on Bob’s Red Mill here.

In other news, I have started a newsletter. For now, I have planned it as a bi-weekly newsletter and it has information regarding gluten-free and other news related to allergens as well in addition to what I blog about here. It also has round-ups and highlights of recent blog posts on Z’s Cup of Tea. It will also be another avenue for me to announce my other endeavors in addition to this blog such as if I am guest posting somewhere or any other important news.

Sign up is FREE!  You can sign up simply by clicking the link in the left sidebar under free newsletter or click here.

If you’re on Facebook, you can also sign up there right in Facebook on my page, under the Email Signup link in the left sidebar.

You can read my newsletter’s first issue here.

As always, thank you to all of you, my dear readers, for reading my blog, subscribing to it, and following me on Twitter and being a fan on Facebook.

Till next time,


4 thoughts on “Guest Blogging for National Autism Awareness Month and My New Newsletter

  1. Congrats on your guest post and your new newsletter, Zoe! I do a rather informal newsletter for my support group members (and folks who are interested) that comes out at least twice a month. It gives me a place to share info that is newsworthy, but that I am not interested in sharing on my blog, as well as a way to highlight blog posts and announce meetings. Those biscuits do look yummy! I think I remember them from before. Need millet flour. 😉


    1. Thanks, Shirley! Yes, I did blog those biscuits earlier – I thought they’d be perfect for this campaign since my brother often pitches in when he sees me in the process of making them.

      And what a coincidence, I need more millet flour right now, too! 🙂

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