Although I’m gluten intolerant, I never let my dietary restrictions slow me down.

You Can Eat This!You Can Eat This! 22 Gluten-free Comfort Recipes

A gluten-free diet can be difficult to live with, especially if you and your family are used to eating wheat versions of staple foods. When you are in the mood for the comfort of gooey, fresh baked cookies or even a simple sandwich, store-bought items can be a chalky, brittle let down.

This cookbook makes baking favorites like fluffy biscuits, sandwich bread, or flaky pie crust easy.

Try a hunk of warm, buttered French bread with your meal — ready to eat in an hour!

How about a short stack of pancakes for your weekend brunch? Maybe some cinnamon rolls, coconut muffins, or a fanciful rhubarb tea cake?

For birthdays, whip up a fresh carrot cake. Or try a chocolate cake with buttercream frosting.

Other desserts like amaretto fudge cake, brownies, or praline pudding cake are not only easy, but your friends will never know they are gluten free.

With this cookbook, you can make these comfort foods (and more) in your own kitchen, today!


You Can Eat This Gluten Free Italian RecipesYou Can Eat This! Gluten Free Italian Recipes

Pizza, Biscotti, Ravioli, Calzone – you can eat it all with these gluten free Italian recipes.

51 recipes with full color photos and step by step instructions.

Appetizers, like Tomatoes Parmesan and Fried Mozzarella Bites. Fresh, homemade pasta, including five different kinds of ravioli. Meat Dishes from Parmesan Crusted Halibut to Chicken Saltimbocca. A wide array of sauces for use on pasta, meat and vegetables. Breads ranging from Self-Rising Pizza Crust to chewy Focaccia Bread. For those with a sweet tooth, try baking Florentines or get more creative with homemade Cannoli or gluten free Tiramisu.

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  1. carolkean

    I bought the first book and look forward to seeing if I can get gluten free to be “as good as” wheat recipes. No bread, ever, has turned out for me. I have a gazillion gluten-free books in my Kindle but never even look for them. Must organize Kindle. Do you brew gluten-free beer? Now that, I’d love to do! O Mission is good, Redbridge okay, the one imported from Spain is good, the rest, meh, and Trader Joe’s was awful. A lager with citrus? Eww. Udi’s Mediterannean pizza is the only gluten-free frozen pizza I’ve liked.

    1. Tam Linsey Post author

      The French bread is to die for. Truly. I hope you like it. Oh, and the chocolate chip cookies…now I’m hungry. 🙂

      I do brew GF beer, but it always tastes more fruity and citrus than regular beer. Have you tried Green’s? I like that better than Redbridge. And O Mission still gives me a stomach ache, although it tastes good. I’m really into apple ales these days. Just brewed up 10 gallons from my orchard last year. Yum!


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