Gluten Free Family Favorites

Gluten Free Family Favorites Author Kelli Bronski
ISBN-10 9781615191017
Year 2014-07-01
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher Workman Publishing
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This kid-friendly cookbook from category-leading authors has gluten-free families covered, every day of the week Cooking and sharing meals is something every family should be able to enjoy together—even if one or more family members eats gluten-free. If your household is avoiding gluten, this book will lead the way to recreating your family’s old favorites, and introduce you to a few new ones, too! Gluten-Free Family Favorites is an accessible, photo-filled cookbook that makes gluten-free cooking fun, with 75 recipes designed to meet your family’s everyday needs (and wants!), including: breakfasts to start the day off right (French Toast Sticks, Banana Muffins, Pancakes) snacks and sides that satisfy (Cashew Coconut Chia Squares, Soft Pretzels) balanced dinners (Pumpkin Gnocchi Nuggets, Spaghetti Bolognese, Quesadillas) familiar classics (Personal Pizzas, Fish Sticks, Chicken Fingers) tasty treats (Apple Cider Donuts, Waffle Cones, Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies) Alongside such kid-tested and approved recipes, Gluten-Free Family Favorites teaches the ins and outs of a gluten-free diet, including how to maintain a gluten-free kitchen, avoid cross-contamination, reduce the higher grocery bills that can come with a gluten-free diet, and empower children to select and prepare food for themselves. Each recipe includes a full-page color photo, “Kids Can” tips to get kids cooking, and modifications for families avoiding other allergens or eating a vegetarian or vegan diet. With delicious recipes and a wealth of advice, this will be an indispensable addition to your family’s cookbook shelf.

201 Gluten Free Recipes for Kids

201 Gluten Free Recipes for Kids Author Carrie S Forbes
ISBN-10 9781440571114
Year 2013-10-08
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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Flavorful, gluten-free meals that will leave kids begging for more! Every year, millions of children are diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, but the dietary changes necessary to treat them don't always come easy. 201 Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids helps you create a variety of mouthwatering meals and snacks for your child—all without the ingredient you worry most about: gluten. From breakfast staples like Oatmeal with Cinnamon Apples to tasty treats like Chocolate Coconut Brownies, this book transforms your kid's favorite foods into nutritious dishes they can eat. Best of all, your entire family will enjoy digging into these gluten-free meals with delicious recipes, like: Blueberry apple muffins Shepherd's pie Barbecue chicken pizza Easy pasta salad Trail mix Chocolate chip cookies Complete with step-by-step instructions and cooking substitutions, 201 Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids shows you that you don't need to completely overhaul your child's diet or spend all day reading labels in order to raise a happy and gluten-free kid.

Incredible Edible Gluten free Food for Kids

Incredible Edible Gluten free Food for Kids Author Sheri L. Sanderson
ISBN-10 1890627283
Year 2002
Pages 333
Language en
Publisher
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Serving foods that are appetising is no easy task for the parent of a child on a gluten-free diet due to condition such as celiac disease. Forbidden foods -- wheat, rye, oats, and barley -- pervade most recipes and food labels are not always clearly marked. This cookbook, however, can save families time, money, and anguish by providing clear guidelines for selecting ingredients and preparing food safely. But best of all, this is the first cookbook to provide delectable gluten-free recipes formulated especially for children. The rest of the family will want to try them, too. In addition to food recipes, there are tips for cooking substitution, entertaining, a list of resources, as well as a detailed trouble-shooting chart for the gluten-free baker. Sanderson also offers advice on how to deal with situations outside the home that may compromise a child's diet, such as peer-pressure and day care.

Artisanal Gluten Free Cupcakes

Artisanal Gluten Free Cupcakes Author Kelli Bronski
ISBN-10 9781615191369
Year 2011-06-28
Pages 272
Language en
Publisher Workman Publishing
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The wait for an entire cookbook of gluten-free cupcakes is over! Kelli and Peter Bronski’s Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking garnered a PW starred review and airtime on The Splendid Table, and within one year of publication has established itself as a category-leading all-purpose gluten-free cookbook. Now the Bronskis bring their accessible but “artisanal” approach to these from-scratch, high-quality homemade cupcakes. The foundation of these recipes is their intensively developed gluten-free flour blend, which enables home cooks to craft bakery-quality confections, from kid-pleasing favorites like Vanilla Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting or “Peanut Butter Cup” Cakes, to more subtle and surprising treats like Mojito or Poached Pearfection cupcakes. They include tips for adapting the recipes to alternative diets of all kinds, including egg-, dairy-, and refined sugar–free versions. These are cupcakes so good even those who don’t eat gluten-free will love them.

Kids with Celiac Disease

Kids with Celiac Disease Author Danna Korn
ISBN-10 1890627216
Year 2001-01-01
Pages 252
Language en
Publisher
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This is the first practical guide for the families of children and teenagers with celiac disease, a chronic, life-long digestive disorder. As many as one out of 150 to 250 Americans is born with this genetic auto-immune condition, which is characterised by intolerance of gluten -- a substance in wheat, oats, barley, malt, and other food additives -- and often goes undiagnosed. In a supportive conversational style, Danna Korn shows that it's possible for kids with celiac disease and their families to lead happy and healthy lives. Parents find advice on how to deal with the diagnosis, cope with the emotional turmoil, and help their child develop a positive and constructive attitude. Especially important is the guidance on menu planning, grocery shopping, strategies for proper food preparation, and deciding whether or not the entire family should be gluten-free. There's even a section on junk food! What about the child who has difficulty sticking with the prescribed diet? Parents find tips on conditioning behavior and how and when to give kids some control over what they eat. Also covered is the challenge of controlling meals outside of the home -- at birthday parties, restaurants, camp, and on vacation. There's also information about how federal regulations and tax laws apply to children with celiac disease. As the only comprehensive book of its kind, This book will be the bible for the thousands of families coping with this condition. Physicians and nutritionists too, will want to refer new families to this complete resource.

Gluten Free Friends

Gluten Free Friends Author Nancy Patin Falini
ISBN-10 1889374091
Year 2003-01-01
Pages 57
Language en
Publisher Savory Palate
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An activity/coloring book to help gluten-free kids understand how to make the right food choices on a gluten-free diet.

Feed Zone Portables

Feed Zone Portables Author Biju K. Thomas
ISBN-10 9781937716349
Year 2013-05-01
Pages 288
Language en
Publisher VeloPress
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Feed Zone Portables offers 75 all-new, easy, healthy recipes for portable snacks that taste great during exercise. When Dr. Allen Lim left the lab to work with pro cyclists, he found athletes weary of processed bars and gels and the same old pasta. So Lim joined professional chef Biju Thomas to make eating delicious and practical. When the menu changed, no one could argue with the race results. Their groundbreaking Feed Zone Cookbook brought the favorite recipes of the pros to everyday athletes. In their new cookbook Feed Zone Portables, Chef Biju and Dr. Lim offer 75 all-new portable food recipes for cyclists, runners, triathletes, mountain bikers, climbers, hikers, and backpackers. Each real food recipe is simple, delicious during exercise, easy to make--and ready to go on your next ride, run, climb, hike, road trip, or sporting event. Feed Zone Portables expands on the most popular features of The Feed Zone Cookbook with more quick and easy recipes for athletes, beautiful full-color photographs of every dish, complete nutrition data, tips on why these are the best foods for athletes, and time-saving ways on how to cook real food every day. In his introduction to Feed Zone Portables, Dr. Lim shows why real food is a more easily digestible, higher-performance source of energy than prepackaged fuel products. He shows how much athletes really need to eat and drink at different exercise intensities and in cold or hot weather. Because the body burns solid and liquid foods differently, Lim defines a new approach for athletes to drink for hydration and eat real food for energy. With the recipes, ideas, and guidance in Feed Zone Portables, athletes will nourish better performance with real food and learn to prepare their own creations at home or on the go. Feed Zone Portables includes 75 all-new recipes that taste great during exercise: Rice Cakes, Two-Bite Pies, Griddle Cakes, Waffles, Baked Eggs, Sticky Bites, Rice Balls, Ride Sandwiches, Baked Cakes, and Cookies A smart introduction on how real food works better for athletes More than 50 no-fuss gluten-free recipes, including great-tasting cookies and cakes More than 50 vegetarian recipes

Artisanal Gluten free Cooking

Artisanal Gluten free Cooking Author Kelli Bronski
ISBN-10 9781615190508
Year 2012
Pages 333
Language en
Publisher Workman Publishing
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Contains two hundred and seventy-five gluten-free recipes, including salsa verde, linguine with clam sauce, and pumpkin pie.

The Gluten Free Cookbook for Families

The Gluten Free Cookbook for Families Author Pamela Ellgen
ISBN-10 1623157846
Year 2016-11-22
Pages 248
Language en
Publisher Rockridge Press
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A veteran of the gluten-free diet, Pamela takes the mystery out of gluten-free cooking and infuses it with flavor. --Alice Bast, CEO of Beyond Celiac Cooking for a family with varying dietary restrictions can be a challenge--especially if one of the restrictions is gluten, which is in many of our favorite foods. It's easy to find yourself cooking one thing for your gluten-free eater and another for everyone else. And it's even easier to find yourself giving in to those expensive, processed foods in the gluten-free aisle of your grocery store. Pamela Ellgen is all too familiar with this story. As a wife and the mother of two boys, one of whom eats a gluten-free diet, she knows firsthand the stress that comes with cooking for multiple diets. As a food blogger, certified personal trainer, and author of the bestselling Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook, she knows that for every dietary restriction there's the perfect dietary solution. In The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families Pamela shares her family-friendly gluten-free solutions with you! Enjoy the simple, healthy, budget-friendly recipes in this gluten-free cookbook that meet your gluten-free eater's dietary needs while meeting everyone's craving for scrumptious home cooking. No time? No worries! The recipes in this gluten-free cookbook can be made in 30 minutes or less. From breakfast, lunch, and dinner to sides, sauces, and snacks--you'll never be without options with 150 tasty gluten-free recipes to choose from. Where there's one dietary restriction there's likely more. This gluten-free cookbook provides multiple substitutions for avoiding the Big 8 allergens. Nearly all recipes can be made with your basic kitchen appliances using everyday ingredients. Special recipes that require ingredients that are more expensive than others, but worth is for special occasions, are clearly labeled "Splurge-Worthy." The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families is your essential resource for serving quick, healthy, affordable, gluten-free meals that offer the variety and flavors your family will love.

Cooking for Your Gluten Free Teen

Cooking for Your Gluten Free Teen Author Sarah Berghoff McClure
ISBN-10 9781449431341
Year 2013-04-23
Pages 256
Language en
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
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Sarah Berghoff McClure practically grew up in the kitchens of Chicago’s historic Berghoff Restaurant, where wheat-filled German-American favorites such as schnitzels, spaetzles, strudels, and rye bread are staples. When Sarah was diagnosed with Celiac disease, she thought her days of eating her favorite pizzas, pastas, and pastries with her friends were over. Her mother, Carlyn Berghoff, chef/owner of the Berghoff Restaurant, stepped in, and together, she and Sarah began creating gluten-free versions of kid and teen-friendly foods that Sarah could enjoy. Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen offers a unique perspective on living gluten-free from not only someone living with gluten-intolerance, but also from a parent who is also a chef, and a doctor, Susan Nelson, who specializes in treating teens and others with Celiac disease. • Carlyn sets up a gluten-free kitchen checklist and gives tips on how the whole family can switch to gluten-free eating and loving it. • Sarah discusses what it’s like to grow up with Celiac disease, as well as how to live a healthy gluten-free lifestyle without feeling singled out at parties or when eating out, and without missing out on the foods teens love. • Dr. Nelson discusses the symptoms and diagnosis of Celiac disease and gluten intolerance and tells stories about her patients, who tested and resoundingly approved the recipes in the book. Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen is filled with more than 100 recipes and helpful tips on everything from the top foods that gluten-intolerant teens crave, to converting family favorite recipes to make them gluten-free, as well as strategies for packing healthy and delicious lunches and snacks. Straightforward tables and lists of naturally gluten-free foods, gluten-laden foods to avoid, and secret sources of gluten are also included, as is a take-along game plan for kids and adults when they are out and about. With teen and family favorites such as Pizza and Mac 'n' Cheese, Grilled Cheese, Sweet Potato Fries, Almond Streusel Coffee Cake, and more, Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen proves that teens and their families don’t have to sacrifice to eat gluten free.

Irresistibly Gluten Free

Irresistibly Gluten Free Author Christina Davis
ISBN-10 0972454713
Year 2010-07
Pages 75
Language en
Publisher Onyx Press
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Don't give up the foods you love, or compromise on taste. Here are the basics you need to cook gluten-free foods. Find your favorite foods that you and your family will want to eat, like pizza, waffles, chicken nuggets, brownies, doughnuts and so much more.

Easy Paleo Meals

Easy Paleo Meals Author Kelly V. Brozyna
ISBN-10 1628600853
Year 2015-10-27
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher Victory Belt Publishing
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Kelly Brozyna, the spirited personality behind the enormously popular food blog The Spunky Coconut, brings you 150 easy Paleo family favorites—with all the pluck and liveliness her readers have come to love. As a busy mom of three who has been feeding her family a restricted diet for multiple health reasons, Kelly understands the challenges of preparing healthy meals daily. Having nearly a decade of experience in gluten-free dairy-free cooking and baking, Kelly presents scores of creative meals using time saving-techniques essential to anyone wanting to make healthy eating easier. Also inside: How to maximize your results with efficient meal planning. Useful strategies for making the most of every ingredient. Several make-ahead dry mixes for all sorts of baked goods, including pizza & bread, pancakes & muffins, scones & pie crust, making for fast and easy weeknight baking. Tips and tricks for optimizing health and soothing stress. How to get your kitchen organized and save money.

Kid Chef

Kid Chef Author Sonoma Press
ISBN-10 1943451206
Year 2016-04-01
Pages 208
Language en
Publisher Sonoma Press
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Just because they're young doesn't mean kids who show an interest in cooking only aspire to make nachos or assemble sandwiches. They want to bring their skills to the table--and make dishes the whole family can be proud of. Kid Chef is the only cookbook that gives a crash course in culinary training to kids ages 8 to 13 that also treats them like grown ups. Forget cartoons of flying strawberries and recipes for smiley-face pancakes. This book teaches basic skills, from measuring ingredients to slicing produce to frying an egg. It includes recipes meant to increase kitchen confidence while satisfying the curiosity and bellies of burgeoning little foodies everywhere. Features include: * 75 healthy and tasty recipes that range in complexity, from Spaghetti and Meatballs to Miso-Glazed Salmon * Stylish illustrations of popular kitchen tools and equipment * Instructions for kitchen basics like measuring, chopping, and mixing * Kitchen terminology, factoids, and anecdotes * Information about good nutrition * Recipes from real kids

The Gluten Free Edge

The Gluten Free Edge Author Peter Bronski
ISBN-10 9781615190522
Year 2012
Pages 374
Language en
Publisher Workman Publishing
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Argues that a gluten-free diet is beneficial for athletic performance and presents a food plan for what to eat during training, competition, and recovery, including fifty recipes.