150 Best Gluten-free Muffin Recipes by Camilla V. Saulsbury

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  • Christine on May 11, 2013

    I don't follow a gluten-free diet, but this book caught my interest because I like to bake with non-wheat flours. I absolutely adore Camilla's first muffin book '750 Best Muffin Recipes' (and all her recipes in general), so I figured this would be a great addition to my collection. While the recipes are excellent, I hadn't looked closely enough to realize this is actually just a separate compilation of the gluten-free recipes that are already in '750 Best Muffin Recipes'! This is a great book for someone who only wants/needs gluten-free recipes, but if you already have her other book, know that this one doesn't have anything new. If you do both gluten and gluten-free baking, I highly recommend the larger book.

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  • ISBN 10 0778802914
  • ISBN 13 9780778802914
  • Published Mar 28 2012
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 208
  • Language English
  • Countries Canada
  • Publisher Robert Rose Inc.
  • Imprint Robert Rose Inc

Publishers Text

You needn't have an intolerance to gluten or a wheat allergy to love gluten-free muffins. A rapidly growing number of people are moving away from foods that contain gluten because of an allergy or sensitivity, but others avoid it simply because they believe its absence promotes better health in general, and digestive health in particular. Whatever your reasons for going gluten-free, these muffins are handsdown delicious and so easy to prepare. The gluten-free flours used to prepare these recipes have become readily available in the past few years at health stores, most well-stocked supermarkets and mail order. These recipes are destined to become gluten-free favorites: BLT Muffins, Mediterranean Muffins with Olives and Sun Dried-Tomatoes; Cranberry Maple Cornbread Muffins, Scallion Curry Muffins, Pignoli Mufifns; Hazelnut and Chocolate Chunk Muffins, Mocha Muffins, Vanilla Yogurt Muffins; Buckwheat Kasha Muffins, Goat Cheese, Chive and Walnut Muffins, Pizza Muffins. You'll fnd it hard to believe that muffins so delicious are gluten-free and so easy to make. The flavours are simply fantastic and the finished results are so satisfying. Besides expert baking tips and techniques, there is also be an ingredients and equipment glossary that will be of great use to expert and beginner gluten-free bakers alike.

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