Giving up gluten doesn't mean you have to give up the foods you love, and gluten-free eating is about to get easier—and more delicious—than you ever thought possible!
From the editor of Delight Gluten-Free magazine comes a compendium of delectable recipes for any and every occasion. Rediscover the favorites you've been missing and discover new ones, including:
• Sparkling Cider Apple Fritters
• Prosciutto and Pineapple Stuffed-Crust Pizza
• Honey BBQ Sloppy Joes with Apple Cabbage Slaw
• Apricot Pesto Turkey Melt Sandwich
• Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookie Cheesecake
Featuring allergen-free options, everyday basics and recipes fit for holiday celebrations, The Delight Gluten-Free Cookbook will make eating fun again, and proves that gluten-free can be full of flavor!
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by Harlequin
I really think that I could have fun reviewing cookbooks! I have not been diagnosed with celiac or with wheat allergies but choose to go wheat free because I feel so much better. This cookbook was perfect timing.
This book was easy to follow, there are charts of what's gluten free, what's safe and unsafe. The benefits of being gluten free and so much more. I found it very educational, I learned a lot with the main thing being that with a gluten free diet I don't have to give up taste. Nor is it a lot of extra work, I can go to the local bulk store and purchase what I need.
I tried a number of recipes in this book.
Honeyoat Loaf was a favorite, even the family enjoyed it. With a touch of coconut flour it had a little taste of the tropics. The added bonus was no sugar, but made with honey, so if you have sugar issues this one works well.
Garden Fresh Minestrone Soup, a nice healthy recipe with brown rice pasta. This reminded me that I could use some of my own recipes and use gluten free pasta instead.
Quinoa, cucumber mango salad with sweet cilantro vinaigrette was a nice refreshing salad and healthy to boot.
I will continue to try different recipes as well as recommend this cookbook.