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From the author of The G-Free Diet and the co-host of ABC’s The View comes a vital book about scrumptiously satisfying gluten-free food—with easy-to-follow recipes, healthy tips, and full-color photographs throughout—for families managing celiac disease as well as anyone who is concerned about their intake of wheat and other grains. Growing up in a family where everyone cam From the author of The G-Free Diet and the co-host of ABC’s The View comes a vital book about scrumptiously satisfying gluten-free food—with easy-to-follow recipes, healthy tips, and full-color photographs throughout—for families managing celiac disease as well as anyone who is concerned about their intake of wheat and other grains. Growing up in a family where everyone came together at the dinner table, Elizabeth Hasselbeck savored the signature meatball, lasagna, and ziti dishes of her grandmother and great-grandmother, and the pierogies of her father’s heritage. But a decade ago, the Emmy Award–winning co-host of The View, New York Times bestselling author, and mother of three was diagnosed with celiac disease, and the family recipes she grew up with suddenly became strictly off-limits. Or so she thought.   Getting rid of gluten, however, doesn’t have to mean giving up taste. Deliciously G-Free combines Hasselbeck’s knowledge for healthy living and passion for tasty food to bring you 100 delectable, easy-to-make, and family-friendly gluten-free recipes. By adding a variety of other ingredients to the fridge and pantry, she’s perfected scrumptious zero-gluten versions of old standards and new creations that would make her relatives proud, including   • Breakfasts to Remember: Fried Egg Sandwich with Chipotle Mayo, Coconut Raspberry Muffins, French Toast with Caramel Rum Bananas, Blueberry Waffles, and Frittata • All-Star Appetizers: Pork Pot Stickers, Stuffed Mushrooms, Smoked Salmon on Corn Fritters, Crab Cakes with Homemade Tartar Sauce, and Hot Artichoke Dip • Mouthwatering Main Meals: Excellent Enchiladas with Quinoa Cornbread, Mac and Cheese, Lasagna, Veggie Pad Thai, Chimichurri Flank Steak and Grilled Asparagus, and Buttermilk Chicken • Deliciously Irresistible Desserts:  Chocolate Devil’s Food Cupcakes, Blueberry-Raspberry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Tiramisu, Yellow Birthday Cake, and Double Chocolate Brownies   Loaded with gorgeous color photos, Deliciously G-Free also satisfies your taste buds with ideas for gourmet entertaining, kid-friendly concoctions, cool-weather comfort foods, and “Get Fit” g-free recipes. Plus, Hasselbeck opens up about her own gluten-free journey—from getting diagnosed to getting her family on board—and shares tips for how to stock your kitchen, prevent cross-contamination, and whip up g-free flour mixes that literally take the cake.   Looking great and feeling good from the inside out is just one Deliciously G-Free meal away!   Praise for Deliciously G-Free   “Fried chicken, brownies, sliders, even spaghetti and meatballs and mile-high lasagna all gluten-free? My only complaint about Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Deliciously G-Free is that I didn’t write it myself. She problem-solves in the tastiest of ways with the most requested recipes of our time—gluten-free. Nicely done, blondie!”—Rachael Ray   “Deliciously G-Free gives you world-class advice on gluten from a world expert on her body. Elisabeth Hasselbeck offers elegant, passionate, and tasty advice everyone will adore.”—Mehmet Oz, M.D.   “Deliciously G-Free eschews fancy, restaurant-level recipes and acknowledges instead the need for straightforward food for busy people, lovingly prepared.”—The Oregonian


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From the author of The G-Free Diet and the co-host of ABC’s The View comes a vital book about scrumptiously satisfying gluten-free food—with easy-to-follow recipes, healthy tips, and full-color photographs throughout—for families managing celiac disease as well as anyone who is concerned about their intake of wheat and other grains. Growing up in a family where everyone cam From the author of The G-Free Diet and the co-host of ABC’s The View comes a vital book about scrumptiously satisfying gluten-free food—with easy-to-follow recipes, healthy tips, and full-color photographs throughout—for families managing celiac disease as well as anyone who is concerned about their intake of wheat and other grains. Growing up in a family where everyone came together at the dinner table, Elizabeth Hasselbeck savored the signature meatball, lasagna, and ziti dishes of her grandmother and great-grandmother, and the pierogies of her father’s heritage. But a decade ago, the Emmy Award–winning co-host of The View, New York Times bestselling author, and mother of three was diagnosed with celiac disease, and the family recipes she grew up with suddenly became strictly off-limits. Or so she thought.   Getting rid of gluten, however, doesn’t have to mean giving up taste. Deliciously G-Free combines Hasselbeck’s knowledge for healthy living and passion for tasty food to bring you 100 delectable, easy-to-make, and family-friendly gluten-free recipes. By adding a variety of other ingredients to the fridge and pantry, she’s perfected scrumptious zero-gluten versions of old standards and new creations that would make her relatives proud, including   • Breakfasts to Remember: Fried Egg Sandwich with Chipotle Mayo, Coconut Raspberry Muffins, French Toast with Caramel Rum Bananas, Blueberry Waffles, and Frittata • All-Star Appetizers: Pork Pot Stickers, Stuffed Mushrooms, Smoked Salmon on Corn Fritters, Crab Cakes with Homemade Tartar Sauce, and Hot Artichoke Dip • Mouthwatering Main Meals: Excellent Enchiladas with Quinoa Cornbread, Mac and Cheese, Lasagna, Veggie Pad Thai, Chimichurri Flank Steak and Grilled Asparagus, and Buttermilk Chicken • Deliciously Irresistible Desserts:  Chocolate Devil’s Food Cupcakes, Blueberry-Raspberry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Tiramisu, Yellow Birthday Cake, and Double Chocolate Brownies   Loaded with gorgeous color photos, Deliciously G-Free also satisfies your taste buds with ideas for gourmet entertaining, kid-friendly concoctions, cool-weather comfort foods, and “Get Fit” g-free recipes. Plus, Hasselbeck opens up about her own gluten-free journey—from getting diagnosed to getting her family on board—and shares tips for how to stock your kitchen, prevent cross-contamination, and whip up g-free flour mixes that literally take the cake.   Looking great and feeling good from the inside out is just one Deliciously G-Free meal away!   Praise for Deliciously G-Free   “Fried chicken, brownies, sliders, even spaghetti and meatballs and mile-high lasagna all gluten-free? My only complaint about Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Deliciously G-Free is that I didn’t write it myself. She problem-solves in the tastiest of ways with the most requested recipes of our time—gluten-free. Nicely done, blondie!”—Rachael Ray   “Deliciously G-Free gives you world-class advice on gluten from a world expert on her body. Elisabeth Hasselbeck offers elegant, passionate, and tasty advice everyone will adore.”—Mehmet Oz, M.D.   “Deliciously G-Free eschews fancy, restaurant-level recipes and acknowledges instead the need for straightforward food for busy people, lovingly prepared.”—The Oregonian

30 review for Deliciously G-Free: Food So Flavorful They'll Never Believe It's Gluten-Free

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I loved this book! I like the way she combines nutritional information with personal anecdotes, advice for your kitchen and the recipes. This, and her other book, have helped me so much on my g-free journey.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mindy Danylak

    I LOVE this book. My new baby's immature immune system couldn't handle me eating dairy or gluten while breastfeeding so I dropped both & with them went my love for cooking & eating. I look forward to being able to add them back in but in the meantime thanks to Elisabeth Hasselbeck for reviving my joy in food & for making g-free cooking so easy. I was overwhelmed by the various flours & thickeners & how they each impact cooking & baking -- her book makes it so easy. I don't often cook from recipe I LOVE this book. My new baby's immature immune system couldn't handle me eating dairy or gluten while breastfeeding so I dropped both & with them went my love for cooking & eating. I look forward to being able to add them back in but in the meantime thanks to Elisabeth Hasselbeck for reviving my joy in food & for making g-free cooking so easy. I was overwhelmed by the various flours & thickeners & how they each impact cooking & baking -- her book makes it so easy. I don't often cook from recipes & this book gives some great g-free basics that I can alter with other ingredients really easily. It's a really good collection of meal plan basics. I'll exchange the dairy in her recipes for other products but for the most part I can cook straight from this book so easily & have a wide variety on our table. It makes it much easier to cook for g-free friends, too. I wish there were more photographs (I always wish that with cookbooks) but the ones included are beautiful. Thanks for a lovely cookbook!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Hodge

    This is a gluten free cookbook for people who have much more money than I to spend on all kinds of crazy flours and ingredients that will only be used once in a blue moon (and go bad before their second use). The baked goods require way too many flours and the rest of the foods are generally g free to begin with. Many regular cookbooks have simpler recipes for main dishes (ie. pulled pork, meatballs) than can be found here. I think I'll stick with Gluten-Free on a Shoestring: 125 Easy Recipes fo This is a gluten free cookbook for people who have much more money than I to spend on all kinds of crazy flours and ingredients that will only be used once in a blue moon (and go bad before their second use). The baked goods require way too many flours and the rest of the foods are generally g free to begin with. Many regular cookbooks have simpler recipes for main dishes (ie. pulled pork, meatballs) than can be found here. I think I'll stick with Gluten-Free on a Shoestring: 125 Easy Recipes for Eating Well on the Cheap for now.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Schmidleysscribblins.wordpress.com

    Love these recipes!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Meh.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Chapter 1 was EXTREMELY helpful information on how to G-free your kitchen!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nellie

    Great recipes. going to try the potstickers!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I saw this on the new books shelf at the library so I picked it up, hoping to find a good resource for several of my friends who have kids who need to be gluten-free. While the recipes look delicious, there's nothing all that spectacular about them - as in, they're just normal recipes but she reminds you to use g-free ingredients in the pasta sauce and then serve it over g-free pasta. I think the baked good section would probably be pretty useful but she doesn't approaching making bread g-free, I saw this on the new books shelf at the library so I picked it up, hoping to find a good resource for several of my friends who have kids who need to be gluten-free. While the recipes look delicious, there's nothing all that spectacular about them - as in, they're just normal recipes but she reminds you to use g-free ingredients in the pasta sauce and then serve it over g-free pasta. I think the baked good section would probably be pretty useful but she doesn't approaching making bread g-free, which is really hard. I think the numerous g-free blogs out there will have just as many great recipes.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aj

    I've dabbled in gluten-free living, but now I need to live it out for at least the next six months. These recipes are simple and not time-intensive. It's a great book for reminders (like having two jars of peanut butter since crumbs can be easily transferred while making a sandwich). The intro is a little strict (double cookware, utensils, etc.), but I did find it easier to imagine areas of "cross-contamination." I appreciate it as an "easing in" kind of book. I've dabbled in gluten-free living, but now I need to live it out for at least the next six months. These recipes are simple and not time-intensive. It's a great book for reminders (like having two jars of peanut butter since crumbs can be easily transferred while making a sandwich). The intro is a little strict (double cookware, utensils, etc.), but I did find it easier to imagine areas of "cross-contamination." I appreciate it as an "easing in" kind of book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gayle Pritchard

    The writing is fine and her story is compelling, personal and inspirational. The recipes, however, are too reliant on meat, butter , and way too much sugar for me. In reading cookbooks, I've noticed that "gluten free" does not equal "healthy." After almost four years following Fuhrman's Eat to Live and Super Immunity nutritarian way if eating, it is often easy to adapt recipes. I couldn't find a single one to mess with in this book. The writing is fine and her story is compelling, personal and inspirational. The recipes, however, are too reliant on meat, butter , and way too much sugar for me. In reading cookbooks, I've noticed that "gluten free" does not equal "healthy." After almost four years following Fuhrman's Eat to Live and Super Immunity nutritarian way if eating, it is often easy to adapt recipes. I couldn't find a single one to mess with in this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jena

    A give her an "A" for effort, but I still wasn't satisfied with the recipes. The orange creamsicle cupcakes, wildly touted on "The Chew," were kind of dense and grainy. I'm searching but still haven't found gluten-free baked goods that taste as good at the gluten-rich versions. A give her an "A" for effort, but I still wasn't satisfied with the recipes. The orange creamsicle cupcakes, wildly touted on "The Chew," were kind of dense and grainy. I'm searching but still haven't found gluten-free baked goods that taste as good at the gluten-rich versions.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Heather Spergel

    I enjoy this book. I may buy it, but for now I borrowed it. I wish she didn't use corn starch, but the recipes without are pretty good. I made the stuffed cabbage and roasted chicken. They came out perfectly. Her explanations from the beginning are quite good. I enjoy this book. I may buy it, but for now I borrowed it. I wish she didn't use corn starch, but the recipes without are pretty good. I made the stuffed cabbage and roasted chicken. They came out perfectly. Her explanations from the beginning are quite good.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

    Great recipes for going Gluten Free and a brief guide how to GF your kitchen. This makes having celiac disease a lot easier!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Atkins

    easy to follow recipes for the gluten free life. my family has enjoyed some of the recipes even though they do not require to live gluten free.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    A lot of tasty recipes...recipes that don't call for dozens of different items that I never have in stock! It's real food, real easy, and real tasty. A lot of tasty recipes...recipes that don't call for dozens of different items that I never have in stock! It's real food, real easy, and real tasty.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I'm going to defer to give a rating because this book it's dairy free, so not something I could use. I'm going to defer to give a rating because this book it's dairy free, so not something I could use.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Roxie

    whether your lifestyle is G-free by choice or by necessity, these creative recipes are sure to add a snap in your celery and smiles to your family dinner table.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Not a lot of recipes that I wanted to make. Maybe a couple of baked goods. Most of the items were meat dishes. Not a lot for a vegetarian.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Denise Barrett

    Excellent G-free recipes! Easy to make and delicious.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Toni Budelier

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ali Schroeder

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kelli Estes

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

  25. 5 out of 5

    elaine

  26. 5 out of 5

    Minda

  27. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pearl

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Huettl

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