Reap the rewards of cutting out gluten and dairy from your diet while still enjoying cookies, cakes, bread, bars, and more with 200 recipes for baked goods you’re sure to enjoy.
Think avoiding gluten and dairy means dessert is out of the question? Think again.
Whether you have a food allergy or intolerance, or are simply baking for family or friends,The Everything Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Baking Cookbook features recipes for decadent cakes, chewy cookies, tasty breakfasts, and sweet treats with ingredients that align with your diet.
Featuring easy swaps and creative combinations, you won’t miss the gluten or the dairy. With 200 recipes and beautiful color photographs, this book is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. No need to skip dessert—now you can start enjoying these delicious recipes today!
Alice Wiggins is a gluten-free & dairy-free food blogger and recipe developer. As someone with Celiac disease and dairy intolerance, she has spent nearly a decade learning how to properly read food labels, battling cross contamination worries, eating out safely, and making food that suits her lifestyle. Alice started her blog—Gluten Free Alice—as a way of showing that gluten and dairy-free food doesn’t have to be boring, and shouldn’t mean missing out on eating delicious food. Now she shares recipes, meal ideas, new products, and tips for eating out. Her goal is to make food nobody would know guess is free of gluten and dairy.
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