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Pure Delicious: More Than 150 Delectable Allergen-Free Recipes Without Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Shellfish, or Cane Sugar by Heather Christo

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  • Pesto roasted chicken

    • Hannaha100 on June 19, 2017

      Made just the pesto (minus garlic). Pumpkin seeds made quite a good nut replacement. Needed a little water to loosen from blender.

  • Grilled skirt steak with chimichurri

    • sosayi on July 09, 2018

      A really delicious way to serve skirt steak. While I normally don't find that marinades add all that much to a final product, this one definitely did. Chimichurri is always delicious and I enjoyed the addition of a tomato and red onion salad (I used shallots) to the side. I'd make it again, for sure.

  • Vanilla-vanilla layer cake

    • sosayi on November 27, 2018

      I made a half-recipe of this cake and felt that it was fine for what I needed it for: a child's birthday party that needed to accommodate many allergies. The texture of the cake was a little too dense, but nothing that 4 yo children cared about when accompanied by great frosting and loads of sprinkles.

  • Pumpkin pancakes with coconut maple syrup

    • sosayi on November 23, 2017

      While I didn’t love the pancakes (a little too chewy for me and dense), they were a hit with the GF madre. The coconut cream maple syrup, however, was fabulous and I would repeat in an instant. Just mix 2-1 heated maple syrup to coconut cream for a decadent pancake topper.

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Reviews about this book

  • What's Gaby Cooking

    ...is your new bible if you have any food allergies! Heather and her 2 adorable girls are changing the game when it comes to allergy free cooking.

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  • RecipeGirl

    The recipes...do not include gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish or cane sugar. If you have allergies to these ingredients, this will be a book you’ll want...to keep on hand.

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  • Thought for Food

    I love this book for so many reasons, but, mainly, because of its approach to allergy-free recipes...This book is the perfect reference for those who have dietary restrictions

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  • What's Gaby Cooking

    Know someone with a food allergy?? This book will change their life. And speaking from experience, I can promise you that each and every recipe is FREAKING incredible.

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  • ISBN 10 0553459252
  • ISBN 13 9780553459258
  • Published May 10 2016
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 352
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Pam Krauss/Avery

Publishers Text

As a chef, former caterer, and much-loved food blogger, Heather Christo’s life revolves around food, so when she and her daughters were diagnosed with severe food allergies, she thought her life—and career—were over. With ingredients like gluten, dairy, nuts, and even cane sugar and black pepper permanently off the menu, Heather had to teach herself to cook all over again. Much to her surprise, however, she discovered that taking control of her family’s diet and wellness led to a new sense of empowerment, bringing her family closer together than ever before while permanently banishing the ill health that had been their “normal” for years.

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