Cookbook, Uncategorized

So close we can almost taste it… (hope it’s gluten-free ☺️😉)

A dear friend recently discovered we are 20 copies away from having sold 10,000 copies of our cookbook, so she took to Facebook to try and help us get those last few sold! Here is her Facebook post and what I shared on our gluten-free life hacks page-> www.facebook.com/1497891413624667/posts/5093388400741599/

It would be so amazing to reach this milestone. If you found us online because you already own our book- thank you! If you’d still like to help- a review on Amazon would be amazing! If you haven’t purchased our cookbook but have been thinking about it, now would be a great time. It’s available through Amazon, and Barnes and Noble in a printed or digital format.

One of my favorite features of our book (besides the physical layout- coil binding to lay it flat on the counter, ample note taking space with each recipe) is that we include all of the tips and tricks we used to make our family recipes gluten-free so that you can do the same with your family’s favorites! (Side note- the most recent edition of our book has the corrected carrot cake recipe in it! 😉)

Thank you to everyone at Harvest House Publishers, Heather Green especially for making our book a reality and believing we could get this far! Hopefully we can get those last few and show how justified your faith was in us!

Cookbook

Sale!!

Ok so it’s really been a while! I know this year has been… well there really are no words for what it’s been- so here’s the quick to the point brief post to share this news and then in another blog post I can address this year and gluten-free life hacking!

So the news is our cookbook is on sale through the end of November for $.99!!! Seriously! 99 cents and you can have a gluten-free cookbook filled with hacks and tips for navigating gluten-free life and making delicious food with you wherever you go! The hard copy is also on sale if that’s your preferred cookbook style- and I can see the benefits of both!

Screen shots from Amazon- but the ebook is on sale with all major ebook retailers!

Ok- so that’s it doesn’t this quick post tonight. I hope this finds you well and navigating this new crazy reality we all are in right now! Stay safe and healthy!!

GF LIFE HACKS, Uncategorized

Gluten-free Life Hack #10

I feel like it’s been ages since I posted a hack so here it goes!

Gluten-free Life Hack #10

It’s easy to make your own gluten-free food and hide away from the world afraid of cross-contact. It’s great to be cautious, but don’t be afraid to live and try new things.

Sometimes the best things are hiding in your own backyard!

Yesterday we finally went to check out this great Gluten-free bakery in town. I say finally because they opened their store front last fall! It was so wonderful! We loved everything we tried and the atmosphere was so great we will definitely be going back again.

For me it is so hard to try new restaurants I am always afraid of the cross-contact with gluten and my plate. It part of trying is trusting and hoping and if I can’t do that life can be pretty boring and lonely. I encourage you to venture out and find that diamond in the rough in your area. If you need some inspiration here is the video I did of our experience!

www.youtube.com/watch

Top 5 list

Top 5 GF Baking Tips

Here is a quick list of some baking tips I’ve learned throughout the last several years.

  1. First- give yourself some grace. Gluten free baking is tough- but not impossible. Don’t give up the first time something doesn’t turn out right- keep trying! 
  2. Don’t be afraid if GF baking batter looks more wet then you are used to.  I’ve learned that GF baking can dry out easily and so moist batter is almost essential to not have a dried out result.
  3. Stick to the recipe the first time you try a new GF dish. GF baking can be very tricky, and may have slightly different steps or ingredients then you are used to. Give yourself a baseline before you make changes so you can decide if you like the changes or if you like the original recipe.
  4. When using some of the wonderful boxed mixes that are available now add a teaspoon of vanilla to help it taste more homemade. (I picked that up from someone else. 😊)
  5. Spray muffin papers or muffin tins no matter how wet the batter is with a non-stick spray. GF baking tends to leave some of the baked goods behind in the tin or muffin papers- a perfect cupcake or muffin can come out if you spray it first.

So there are my quick gluten free baking tips. Hope they help!