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Allergy Free Desserts Gluten free Dairy free Egg free Soy free and Nut free Delights

Posted May 27 2010 8:47pm 1 Comment

Allergy Free Desserts Gluten free Dairy free Egg free Soy free and Nut free Delights




Safe ways to sweeten the day for people with food allergies

Some twelve million Americans suffer serious allergic reactions to nuts, dairy, gluten, and other ingredients typically found in desserts. Finally, here’s a collection of delicious dessert recipes offering a safe option for allergy sufferers who don’t want to give up their favorite treats. Even though these recipes are completely free of gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, and eggs, you’ll hardly notice the difference.

Allergy-free Desserts includes recipes for all of your favorite baked treats—cakes, cupcakes, pies, quick breads, cookies, and dessert bars. Written by Elizabeth Gordon, herself allergic to eggs and wheat, this indispensable cookbook will finally let you enjoy desserts safely again.

• Featuring 82 recipes and 44 full-color photos
• Recipes that taste just like the real thing—but without the gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, or eggs
• The perfect dessert cookbook for the millions of people who suffer from food allergies or Celiac Disease

Allergies shouldn’t hold you back. Allergy-free Desserts finally lets you indulge your sweet tooth.

Recipe Excerpts from Allergy-Free Desserts


Pretend Peanut Butter Cookies

Cool Mint Patties

Crispy Rice Squares

5 Stars Color photos add to the appeal
Elizabeth Gordon’s ALLERGY-FREE DESSERTS packs in recipes for gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and soy-free desserts and includes many delicious dishes, from Marshmallow Blondies to Apple Spice Cake and even a classic Red Velvet Cake. Substitutions to traditional ingredients range from xanthan gum and gluten-free vanilla rice milk to agave syrup and rice flour. Color photos add to the appeal.

5 Stars Very pleased
Move over BabyCakes, a real gluten free cookbook where the items actually come out cooked. I’ve made several items and they have all come out like pictures and taste great.

1 Star Bean Flour Blues
In case you haven’t figured it out yet, the prior review about how awful everything tastes is due to the bean flours. Bean flour mix works pretty much like wheat flour which is why these new cookbook authors are taking the easy way out; i.e. “Babycakes, NYC” and “The Flying Apron.”

Lots and lots of GF folks can’t process legumes anymore than they can gluten. It’s simply too close a match digestively. So, kudos for the initiative; I just wish the author had done more research because I almost bought this book. Buyer beware, as always.

5 Stars loving this book!
As a mother of children with food allergies, I really appreciated the author’s passion for safe treats, as it is a relief to have a resource for birthday parties and classroom events. I have tried a few of the recipes, and my family has been very pleased. They are easy to follow, and I love all of the kitchen tips and explanations of the ingredients. Happy that I added this book to my cookbook library.

5 Stars Great recipies!
My grandson has so many food allergies it is sometimes hard to fix him a varity of things to eat. This book had some really great recipies.

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I love this cookbook. It's not just for Gluten Free folks. Not to minimize gluten free folks but my daughter cannot eat wheat, soy, dairy, corn, nuts, fish and most fruits. This cookbook is great! There are so many options for altering the recipes too. I just love it!
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