Gluten Free Baking

If you have tried your own Gluten Free Baking — then needed to check for a list of other allergens — baking suddenly become a chore that is no longer fun.

Author, , reviewed a new cookbook by Colette Martin: Learning to Bake Allergen-Free.  Not only does Briana Rognlin review Martin’s cookbook, she has added a wonderful slide show on the site.

Allergen-Free Baking Doesn’t Have To Suck: Making Delicious Treats Without Gluten, Dairy and More

Baking used to be one of my favorite pastimes…until I started weeding out the sugar, wheat, gluten, and dairy from my diet. Now, thanks to newly discovered allergies and food sensitivities, I’ve got dusty bookshelves full of recipes I can no longer use. I’ve started collecting new gluten-free, vegan recipes, but the fun I used to have experimenting with cakes, cookies, and breakfast treats isn’t there anymore. Frankly, baking has started to feel really boring. But Colette Martin, author of Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts, says it doesn’t need to be this way. A baker herself, she’s found that if you have the right tools and ingredients–and start with the right recipes–you can experiment with recipes and try new things, even without gluten, dairy, or other allergens.

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