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Gluten Free Book Reviews

Wheat-free Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids and Busy Adults-This is an excellent resource for anyone who is on the gluten free journey with a child or young adult. There are great recipes that include real ingredients. The Mexican rice was one of my favorite. Easy but really tasty! Many of the recipes are now offered casein-free in addition to being gluten free! I think that is especially helpful to all the parents out there with children who have multiple food allergies. They can enjoy traditional recipes without sacrificing flavor. The cover is pretty dang cute and a good idea for doing a gluten free pancake breakfast! 🙂

Connie Sarros is also the author of Gluten-Free Cookies For Dummies as well as a number of other great gluten free books. Be sure to check out her website.

Favorite Dessert Made Gluten Free cookbook– Author, Amelia E. Pohl brings a love for traditional desserts to the table when writing this book. In it you will find everything from moonpies to cream filled chocolate cupcakes. All the classics. I have to admit that I was a little taken back by the very, made-at-home kind of cover but as I got into the book a little more I realized that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. If you are a classics dessert kind of person, than this book will absolutely make you smile. The recipes are easy to follow and the wording is as if the author is right there talking you through the process. Visit her website here.

Delicious cookbook- This great dessert cookbook is filled to the brim with wonderful buckwheat flour recipes. I don’t know about you, but I get sick of using the same gluten free flours over and over again so this cookbook especially caught my eye. With great color photographs, I was drawn in. The book is a very visually appealing book and one that makes you get into the kitchen and start baking just so you can enjoy the same treat in the picture. The recipes are very easy and the print in the book is nice and large making an even easier baking experience. I loved exploring all the options that were available to me in this beautiful cookbook. Michelle Brewster, thank you for opening my eyes to a whole new world of baking with buckwheat flour. You can read more about Michelle and her gluten free endeavors on her blog.

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