Kelsey Dimberg

Kelsey Dimberg

location-pin Chicago, IL

School: University of San Francisco

Expertise: Cooking techniques; baking; cleaning & organizing; home decor; gardening & plant care; health & wellness; parenting; grocery shopping

Kelsey Dimberg

  • 10 years of professional writing and editing experience with 5 years writing about food
  • Popular Taste of Home articles include: "How to Make Gluten-Free Zucchini Bread" and "The Secret to Making a Sourdough Starter That Actually Works"


A former senior digital editor at Taste of Home, Kelsey now writes articles and novels from her home in Chicago. Since 2010, she’s followed a gluten-free diet, and especially enjoys the challenge of baking sourdough bread and pizza dough. As a contributing writer for Taste of Home, she covers a broad range of topics but with a special emphasis on gluten-free cooking and baking. Outside of her gluten-free experiments in the kitchen, Kelsey is also the author of the thriller novel “Girl in the Rearview Mirror.”


  • Arizona State University, bachelor's degrees in English literature and Spanish
  • University of San Francisco, master's in creative writing

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Articles & Recipes

Almond Flour Pie Crust

A good pie crust is the base of many recipes, from sweet pies to savory supper pies and quiches. If

How to Make One-Skillet Cowboy Chicken

This cowboy chicken has the spicy, smoky flavors of the Old West. It's a quick, one-skillet dinner for ranchers—or a hungry family.

How to Make Glazed Chocolate Doughnuts

Don't feel like a drive to the bakery? Treat yourself to a homemade glazed chocolate doughnut. They're surprisingly simple to make.