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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!!

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Carrot Cake ( even gluten-free carrot cake)..should have carrot in it!!

Hi again!  I’ve loved getting to connect in person with many of you at the different shows, fairs and conventions we’ve been to over the last few months and online through comments, and email.  I was so thankful to get a particular email that came to us through our publisher, Harvest House. This email helped us realize that after all the edits and checks of the many drafts of our cookbook a last minute formatting change resulted in our Carrot Cake missing some vital ingredients and measurements..including the carrot!!! That just cannot stand! So I’m asking for help, I’m going to share the entirety of the recipe here, please share it. Share it widely!  I’m hoping we can find as many people that bought the cookbook as possible and get this correct version to them and give anyone else who may want to try out this great Gluten-Free recipe a chance to as well!

Enjoy! Happy Baking!

Click on this link for the full recipe! carrot cake

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Photo by mali maeder on Pexels.com

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Gluten-free Food and Allergy Fest

It’s been over a year in the planning and it seems hardly possible that we are here now!

Last year I was researching information for one of my blog posts and completely accidentally ran across information for this expo for gluten-free food and products. I figured it had already happened and was about to click away when I realized it was 2 weeks away and at a location we could get to fairly easily. Long story short we attended both days of the show and conducted my first interview and posted a couple videos from that weekend. While we were here I asked about the possibility of coming to the next show to share my cookbook, do signings and more interviews for my YouTube channel (Gluten-free Life Hacks). It’s been a process, but here we are!!! Tonight we began setting up the booth!

I shot a really quick video while they were trying to get us to leave for the night, but here it is!

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Just so excited (and definitely nervous) to actually be here! If you happen to be in Portland attending the Gluten-free Food and Allergy Fest- stop by and say hi! We have giveaways happening and would just love to meet some of you in person!

Cookbook

Our COOKBOOK!!!!

Words can’t describe how excited I am to say that! Our cookbook is a real thing! After working on it for the past year it was so amazing to get to hold it my hands and see it become a reality! I did a short really silly video that shows my pure excitement the night I was given the book.

150+ Gluten-free Family Favorites video

I’ll be posting another blog post soon, but I just wanted to share this great news with you all!

 

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Buy it on Amazon now! Pre-order available before the September 2018 release date!

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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!