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250 Gluten-Free Favorites: Includes Dairy-Free, Egg-Free and White Sugar-Free Recipes [Paperback]

Donna Washburn , Heather Butt
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Aug. 28 2009

Great gluten-free recipes that the whole family will enjoy.

When a family member has gluten intolerance, the cooking responsibilities are seriously challenged. Donna Washburn and Heather Butt have created tantalizing recipes that not only deal with that allergy but will please the rest of the family, too.

This comprehensive kitchen companion includes tasty and innovative ideas for baked goods, pasta dishes, appetizers, family meals and mouthwatering desserts. Since many who must manage a gluten intolerance also have other allergies, the authors provide recipes for dairy-free, egg-free and white sugar-free dishes as well.

Here's a small sampling of the 250 tantalizing recipes:

  • Rosemary bread sticks, French toast
  • Jelly roll, chocolate chunk cheesecake, pumpkin Thanksgiving dessert
  • Cheese soufflé, Tex-Mex potato fries, lasagna
  • Chicken quesadillas, Caprese salad
  • Classic French onion soup, minestrone soup
  • Crispy calamari, roasted garlic dip.

The authors also include extensive information on grains, including amaranth, corn, Montina (a flour created from Indian rice grass), quinoa and teff (a grain from northeastern Africa). A special section on gluten-free grains deals with their appearance, flavor and texture, plus it also provides suggestions on how to use and store them.

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Now celiacs and the people who cook for them have somewhere to turn. (Lois Abraham The Canadian Press 2009-11-03)

If you're tired of using a different gluten-free muffin recipe for each variation of muffins, look no further! Definitely a must try! (Gluten-Free Recipe Box glutenfreerecipebox.com 2011-05-06)

About the Author

Donna Washburn and Heather Butt are professional food stylists and recipe developers. Their previous cookbooks on gluten-free foods and bread machines have sold more than 400,000 copies.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 250 Gluten-Free Favorites May 6 2011
I feel so much better when I'm eating gluten-free but there are two things that I really miss: fresh out of the oven homemade buns and a good chocolate chip cookie. I've tried many times to translate my old recipes into gluten-free with little success. I even went online and searched for gluten-free recipes only to come up with bland tasteless morsels that made me crave the real thing even more.

I ordered 250 Gluten-Free Favorites hoping that I could find some sort of palatable alternative to quench my cravings. I definitely hit the jackpot. This book has a white and a brown bun recipes, chocolate chip cookies, muffins, and even a fluffy pancake recipe. I actually think the bread, roll, pancake, and waffle recipes taste better than with the traditional recipes.

The key to the delicious taste is a mixture of different types of gluten-free flours. It must have taken the authors years to get the right measurements, textures, and flavours. Another thing I love is that quite a lot of the recipes that I will be using frequently can be made in a bulk mix and then kept in the freezer.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Gluten-Free Recipes March 26 2010
By Sally
Great Gluten-Free Recipe Book. There is a nice variety of Recipes ranging from Main Courses, Snacks, Breads, Breakfest, Deserts and much more. This is my favorite Gluten-Free Cookbook. There is also great tips for cooking Gluten-Free.
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4.0 out of 5 stars So far I like it very much July 12 2014
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So far I like it very much, it is one that I refer to often. I have done a few recipes from this book, one I did change because it needed more texture. But still important in my library of gluten free books. A lot of interesting recipes in it for sure.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 250 Gluten-Free Favorites Feb. 19 2013
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Excellent book. Has a bit of everything in it which is what I wanted. Wish there was more less sugar recipes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Resource! Nov. 3 2009
By Annette Barnes - Published on Amazon.com
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I already own two of their previous gluten free cookbooks which I've found to be excellent, especially their desserts. This cookbook does an excellent job of describing not only what ingredients are safe for the gluten intolerant but what each GF flour brings to the table (pun inadvertent!) nutritionally.

Features such as a table which shows how long and where to store ingredients (shelf, frig, freezer) is a handy resource. There are also many recipes that are egg free, dairy free and white sugar free.

Another table lists nutrition data for many GF flours including protein, fat, carbs, fiber, calcium and iron. Pretty nifty.

So far, I have tried only a couple of recipes. One was the Ancient Grains bread in the bread machine. I found it came out a little undone, however, they do give directions on how to test and leave in longer if this is the case.

One disappointment was that I found no recipes using agave nectar, which I'm trying to incorporate more in my cooking and baking.

All in all, I think this is a very good cookbook if one is an experienced cook. If you are starting out in the GF cooking world, by all means buy this book, particularly if you are concerned about nutrition for yourself and your family.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GOOD BUT SOMEWHAT REDUNDANT April 28 2011
By Emily Rich - Published on Amazon.com
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I love these authors. Their directions are easy to follow and they have created really GOOD recipes that result in baked goods, etc. with the taste and texture of "real" foods. I own two of their books...one with various types of recipes and one with baking recipes. I was really excited to find other books by them (I also bought the book on bread machine breads when I bought this one). Well, as usual, their recipes are great, however, there is a LOT of repetition between the cookbooks...the same recipes in four out of four of the books (especially the breads). I found this to be somewhat disappointing and felt I'd wasted money in buying more books by these authors (after all, how many recipes do most of us use? Generally, we cooks find a few that work well and use them regularly...right?) I would still recommend cookbooks by these authors since they really do have the best recipes for gluten free cooking, but, you might want to buy the one with 250 varied recipes and forget the rest!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 250 Gluten-Free Favorites Feb. 22 2010
By T. Nullmeier - Published on Amazon.com
At first, I was over whelmed by all the information in the book. Then I thought to myself, well I will just try something simple. I chose the Pesto Pork and made it tonight. It was fantastic! I could not believe how easy it was to prepare or how GREAT it tasted. It was healthy, not to heavy for me but not to light for my son. Next I hope to try the Chicken Quesadillas or Shrimp with white wine (Don't remember the real name if it). Your book has changed my whole idea on cooking GF. I had become bored with cooking since I had to keep everything so basic but now I have so many ways to add flavor and keep cholesterol under control it is not even funny. Thank you very much for all your hard work my whole family appreciated it very much.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Recipes are long Jan. 12 2011
By Jeannette Sheppard - Published on Amazon.com
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Has some really good recipes. Recipes are long. But worth it for my children to eat the things they like without getting the gluten (that makes them miserable)..so even if it takes me a little longer in the kitchen worth it to me for my children
5.0 out of 5 stars Book May 21 2014
By Pam - Published on Amazon.com
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Love the book got some neat thing in it show it to family and friends they loved it too like the front cover page
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