This is not just another “recipe book”. It is an information resource for grain-free living basics, with 20 accompanying recipes to help you enjoy the foods you love when Gluten-Free is Not Enough.
You’ll love the “Smart Nutrition Backed by Science” insight I provide about:
What is a grain-free diet?
Pseudo (False) Grains
Why are some pseudo grains listed as whole grains?
True Grains and Inflammation
Whole grains reduce inflammation in the body
Not everyone is able to reap the benefits of gluten-free grains
To help with your grain-free baking endeavors, you’ll find these pages especially useful:
Ingredients & Substitutions
Locating flours used
Baking powder and vanilla extract
Other ingredient substitutions
Also included is a word about each of the Flours and Starches Used in the Recipes:
Mashed Potato Flakes
Potato (starch; NOT potato flour)
And don’t forget those sneaky places grain hide like Baking Powder & Vanilla Extract! I address both and provide grain-free options for you.
Let’s not forget the 20 Recipes I created for you! In addition to being grain-free (implies gluten-free, of course), all recipes are also free from: peanuts, tree nuts, soy, dairy/casein, so are ideal for those with multiple food allergies, or those adhering to a more primal diet.
- Sandwich Bread
- Plantain Bread
- “Corn” Bread
- Quick Fix Biscuits
- Flat Bread or Wraps (Sweet and Savory versions)
- Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread (aka Monkey Bread)
- Sugar-Free High Protein Granola
- Chocolate Crêpes
- High Protein Pancakes (“Fluffycakes”)
- Sweet Potato Buckwheat Pancakes
- Secret Chocolate Muffins
- Individual Pound Cakes
- Fudge Brownies
- Mixed Berry Crumble Bars
- Rich Chocolate Cookies (or Sandwich Cookies)
And four more you’ll love, too!
Enjoy healthy eating the grain-free way, when Gluten-Free is Not Enough.
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