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Creating delicious and healthy baked goods without gluten and the top food allergens is a challenge for special-diet newbies and seasoned cooks alike. But heres help. Savvy food-allergy mom Colette Martin shares her decade-plus experience in Learning to Bake Allergen-Free, A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts (The Experiment Publishing).
Its true that aspects of cooking are time-consuming. Now culinary instructor and gluten-free chef Robert M. Landolphi speeds things up with his second cookbook, Quick-Fix Gluten Free (Andrews McMeel Publishing). This handy guide to gluten-free fare provides more than 100 fast, easy recipes that delight the taste buds while they save you time in the kitchen.
Do you crave big chocolate-chip cookies but good sense demands you eschew the sugar and fat? Not to worry, Hallie Kleckers got just what the doctor ordered. Her latest cookbook, Super Healthy Cookies, 50 Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes for Delicious & Nutritious Treats (Pure Living Press), offers an impressive range of moist, chewy, crispy, crunchy, nutty or chocolaty homemade cookies made with pure foods like seeds, whole-grain alternative flours, nuts and natural sweeteners.
The Total Food Allergy Health and Diet Guide (Robert Rose) is one of those books for every allergic household. Written by dietitian Alexandra Anca with allergist Gordon L. Sussman, MD, it contains 150 recipes, as well as important information for managing food allergies and intolerances.