Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Baking and Desserts: Recipes for Healthy and Delicious Cookies, Cakes, Muffins, Scones, Pies, Puddings, Breads and Pizzasby Kelly E. Keough
HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT HEALTHY TOO
Standard baked goods come with a hefty price on your healthweight gain, cholesterol and diabetes, as well as allergies for many people. Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Baking and Desserts shows how to bring taboo treats back to the baking sheet with mouth-watering recipes that transform diet-busting favorites into/i>/b>… See more details below
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HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT HEALTHY TOO
Standard baked goods come with a hefty price on your healthweight gain, cholesterol and diabetes, as well as allergies for many people. Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Baking and Desserts shows how to bring taboo treats back to the baking sheet with mouth-watering recipes that transform diet-busting favorites into guilt-free wonders.
Following a wholesome approach that avoids quick-metabolizing ingredients,
this book presents recipes for delicious desserts and breads that are as satisfying as they are good for the body. Discover the easy and tasty way to bake with healthy alternatives:
with arrowroot, buckwheat or quinoa flour
by sweetening with agave, yacon or stevia
Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Baking and Desserts offers over 90 delicious and nutritious recipes for:
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Old-Fashioned Raspberry Thumbprints
Almond Joy Truffles
Carob Chip Scones
Mexican Wedding Cakes
Peanut Butter Waffles
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Not really sugar-free - just uses agave instead.
Combining dietary needs into individual recipes creates interesting challenges for cooks and writers. For example a person who needs to eat a low-estrogen diet struggle with the common use of tofu for protein and texture in vegan recipes. Fortunately, Ms. Keough successfully provides tasty, effective recipes that allow one to eat Gluten-Free and Sugar-Free. The layout of the book is easy to read and use in the kitchen. Similar to most modern cookbooks, a holder with a protective cover is highly recommended. The current trend of binding cookbooks as novels saves costs while complicating usage. However, this approach is normal in the current market; this approach is not unique to this or any one publisher. Sections in the book are well-thought out. You can easily browse when you know what kind of thing you want to make but not what flavor. Fortunately the book is also well-indexed for those times when you want a specific recipe and don’t remember where it is the book. If you’re new to sugar-free baking you will need to get some supplies. Different flavors of Liquid Stevia are common ingredients. In the case of Ms. Keough’s recipes, you will also need a few other special items. This is one of the few downsides of the cookbook. She uses some less-common sugar-free sweeteners. Sourcing information is provided. For some recipes the components seem to make a big difference. Of the many tasty options provided, a brownie recipe is my favorite. The sum is definitely greater than the parts. Although I prefer a more intense flavor, that’s easy to adjust. With perfect texture and a completely satisfying bite, this is the best brownie recipe based on black beans out of my kitchen—and I’ve tried a bunch in the past months. Often a single recipe is the treasure found in a cookbook. There are more gems to be found and I recommend this one to get you started.
I was extremely excited to buy this book and start baking these new recipes for this new diet. Let me make this short and "sweet". This book is absolutely terrible. After spending a ton of money buying all these new specialty ingredients, the food just tastes awful. I had to throw several things away right after I made them because they were inedible. Learn from my mistake and save your money and time, and dont bother buying this book. In the end, this experience has made me appreciate the value of real sugar and flour.
I dont really now because my mom refuses to hook up her credit card so i can buy books to read but my grandma knows a sight to get free books for nooks, kindles and other reading divices.