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When it comes to feeding your family, you want meals that are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. But choosing healthier food options can be a challenge, especially with a special diet, since most store-bought gluten-free and meat-free foods are low in protein and high in simple carbs and sugars. Now, gourmet cook and healthy-eating coach Susan O'Brien has developed ea When it comes to feeding your family, you want meals that are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. But choosing healthier food options can be a challenge, especially with a special diet, since most store-bought gluten-free and meat-free foods are low in protein and high in simple carbs and sugars. Now, gourmet cook and healthy-eating coach Susan O'Brien has developed easy dishes the whole family can enjoy: 150 breakfasts, soups, salads, entrees, sides, snacks, and desserts made with complex-carb, high-protein ingredients for well-balanced nutrition. Recipes include: Delightful Teff Waffles Protein Breakfast Bars Butternut Squash Bread Jicama and Fruit Slaw Sloppy Junes Teriyaki Tofu Fajitas Easy Spaghetti Casserole Stuffed Green Bell Peppers Cinnamon Buckwheat Crepes with Raspberry Sauce Best-Ever Orange Oatmeal Cookies Spicy Black Bean Dip Parmesan Kale Chips You'll also find quick-and-easy meals and simple recipes for homemade staples like nondairy milks, nut butters, and even Mock Parmesan cheese. With allergy-friendly and vegan options and kid-approved favorites, The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Family Cookbook will help you satisfy your family's tastebuds and support their wellness.


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When it comes to feeding your family, you want meals that are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. But choosing healthier food options can be a challenge, especially with a special diet, since most store-bought gluten-free and meat-free foods are low in protein and high in simple carbs and sugars. Now, gourmet cook and healthy-eating coach Susan O'Brien has developed ea When it comes to feeding your family, you want meals that are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. But choosing healthier food options can be a challenge, especially with a special diet, since most store-bought gluten-free and meat-free foods are low in protein and high in simple carbs and sugars. Now, gourmet cook and healthy-eating coach Susan O'Brien has developed easy dishes the whole family can enjoy: 150 breakfasts, soups, salads, entrees, sides, snacks, and desserts made with complex-carb, high-protein ingredients for well-balanced nutrition. Recipes include: Delightful Teff Waffles Protein Breakfast Bars Butternut Squash Bread Jicama and Fruit Slaw Sloppy Junes Teriyaki Tofu Fajitas Easy Spaghetti Casserole Stuffed Green Bell Peppers Cinnamon Buckwheat Crepes with Raspberry Sauce Best-Ever Orange Oatmeal Cookies Spicy Black Bean Dip Parmesan Kale Chips You'll also find quick-and-easy meals and simple recipes for homemade staples like nondairy milks, nut butters, and even Mock Parmesan cheese. With allergy-friendly and vegan options and kid-approved favorites, The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Family Cookbook will help you satisfy your family's tastebuds and support their wellness.

27 review for The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Family Cookbook: 150 Healthy Recipes for Meals, Snacks, Sides, Desserts, and More

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    The style of the cookbook was very simple: black and white, one page per recipe, with a few color pages for pictures in the middle. Flipping through the cookbook, I noticed a great feature: the top outside corner of some pages marked with a gray disk reading “Quick and Easy”. This made it really easy to zero in on the recipes I was most likely to try. Even though the breakfast section was mostly baked goods involving vegan ingredients like almond meal, coconut oil and palm sugar that we don’t nor The style of the cookbook was very simple: black and white, one page per recipe, with a few color pages for pictures in the middle. Flipping through the cookbook, I noticed a great feature: the top outside corner of some pages marked with a gray disk reading “Quick and Easy”. This made it really easy to zero in on the recipes I was most likely to try. Even though the breakfast section was mostly baked goods involving vegan ingredients like almond meal, coconut oil and palm sugar that we don’t normally eat, I found a few recipes that I want to try. The teff and chia seed waffles sounded good, mostly because I have a bag of each laying around that I don’t know what to do with. I hope the teff waffles don’t taste like horse feed like the last thing I made with teff. There are also two protein bar recipes – one a fairly standard oat-seed-peanut butter-brown rice syrup concoction that I’ve probably made before, and another made from all seeds and brown rice syrup that is recommended for a pre exercise snack. The rest of the cookbook was some serious veggie lovin’ – even the stuffed mushrooms were veggie stuffed. This is no starch, tofu, and fake meat cookbook – it reminded me more of the Moosewood cookbooks, especially the low fat one. While I would have eaten most of the recipes, my veggie-averse family wouldn’t, so I moved on… Also posted at https://everydayhas.wordpress.com/201...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Holly Scudero

    It’s so great that more and more cookbooks are being published that address special dietary needs. Susan O’Brien’s newest addition to the market is "The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Family Cookbook," which features a wide array of recipes that are both gluten-free and meat-free, and in many cases dairy- and egg-free as well. Some of the recipes (specifically the breakfast and dessert recipes) do involve more complicated ingredients, gluten-free flours, and less common grains (all of which are availabl It’s so great that more and more cookbooks are being published that address special dietary needs. Susan O’Brien’s newest addition to the market is "The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Family Cookbook," which features a wide array of recipes that are both gluten-free and meat-free, and in many cases dairy- and egg-free as well. Some of the recipes (specifically the breakfast and dessert recipes) do involve more complicated ingredients, gluten-free flours, and less common grains (all of which are available at your local health food store), but many of them involve much more commonplace ingredients that are not a challenge at all to locate. There’s never been a better time to see if a gluten-free diet can do anything for your health! For breakfast, try Oats and Apple Griddlecakes. For a light lunch, try English Pea Salad. There are heartier main dishes like Teriyaki Tofu Fajitas; side dishes like Brussels Sprouts with Maple and Mustard Glaze; and desserts like Chocolate Puffed Rice Treats. There’s even a whole section of snacks and sauces. The instructions are clearly written, the ingredient lists (generally) aren’t too daunting, even for GF newbies, and the photos will make your mouth water. Originally written for San Francisco Book Review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Keye

    Completely enjoyed reading this cookbook. Definitely purchasing my own copy. Very informative about all things "gluten-free." Yet, the recipes are uncomplicated. I can see my working my way thorough most every recipe in this book. Completely enjoyed reading this cookbook. Definitely purchasing my own copy. Very informative about all things "gluten-free." Yet, the recipes are uncomplicated. I can see my working my way thorough most every recipe in this book.

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