Gluten-Free/Grain-Free Baking Cookbook NOW IN PRINT & Bonus Flat Bread Recipe

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Good news!  My Gluten-Free/Grain-Free Baking Cookbook is now available in print

Click here to buy it for $19.99!

I was so happy to get my little hands on a print copy, because I am still in awe of the layout and design and photo quality of this book.  I have come so far since last year when I launched my first cookbook.  And it’s just nice to have cookbooks in print sometimes.  I love technology (I just got an iPad mini and I love it!) but for favorite cookbooks, it’s nice to have them on display on your counter and to hold in your hands.

In honor of Gluten-Free/Grain-Free Baking: A Healthy Baking Guide For Mama’s Who Don’t Know How To Bake being available in print today, I thought I would share a new favorite grain free recipe.

AND Bob’s Red Mill is graciously giving away 3, $50 gift cards!!!

Read on to check it out.

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  1. Oh I may just have to buy this! I am not one to buy recipe books usually but I have my bubbas on a lactose and gluten free diet now, which seems to be helping so much of their behaviours as well as their general health! I’m very new to this whole area of ingredients, and stand in the health food section wondering what the heck in looking at and why! Haha. Give me an egg allergy any day, that one was much easier to adapt to!

  2. I pinned but have no idea where to find the URL!

    Ooohhh! Fingers crossed, pinned all four pics! LOVE Bob’s Red Mill products! Read about him in Guideposts, made me love the company even MORE! Can’t wait to get my hands on this cookbook, too! LOVE the freezer cooking ebook I got last year. Thank you for all you do! You are such an inspiration!


    This is great! We just found out our daughter has Celiacs disease last summer, so I have been slightly hoarding gluten free recipes ever since.

  5. Deanna VanHeel says:
  6. I love all of those ingredients. It has to be a delicious result! I have also spent a lot of money on Bob’s Red Mill flours and have some coming back to me. ;)

  7. Lacey H. says:

    The cookbook looks beautiful Stephanie! Loved your post you made me giggle as usual… The whole dirty-hippie scenario was too much fun. I would be pumped to win this because I have being trying to go gluten free for two weeks now to help with my Hashimoto’s and have not a clue what I am doing here, LOL. I will definitely have to try this recipe out as a replacement for those horrible white flour tortillas that I have yet to give up on my whole foods journey.

    • Glad to hear I made you giggle! Making people laugh is one of my favorite things to do! Let me know if you have any other questions. Also, have you read the Mood Cure or the Diet Cure, they have both have some good info about Hashimoto’s.

  8. Christine says:
  9. Hoping going gluten free will help with my ecezma (and now baby boys eczema), crazy hormones, and little 4month olds spit up… already had to give up dairy for him.

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  16. Thanks for blogging and for caring enough about others to share your knowledge.

  17. Melinda Brown says:

    I happily pinned to my group board:

  18. Nikki Kopmann says:

    I don’t have a pinterest account….could I do something with Facebook instead to be entered? :)

  19. Michele H says:

    I need help using alternative flours…most recipes I’ve made using coconut or almond flour have not been well received


    I FINALLY got my hubby on board (mostly) to eat more gluten/grain free…so the cookbook would help out a lot with that!!




    I’ve been grain, gluten and sugar free for almost three months. The thing I miss the most – bread. This recipe gives me hope!! And I just happen to have soaked and dried pumpkin and sunflower seeds last week in hopes of making a bread or cracker. What timing – THANK YOU! :)

  22. Cheresa says:

    Looking forward to trying this

  23. Cheresa says:

    However, can you get your cookbook as an ebook version?

  24. Just found your site. Love your style very interested in exploring your content!

  25. Looks fantastic!!

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  30. Hey! I couldn’t figure out how to find the URL? Thanks! Can’t wait to try this recipe, from a GF Newbie. :)

  31. KateElizabeth says:
    I have been creeping your website for awhile, I enjoy it alot! Keep it coming:)

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    Thanks for the opportunity!

  37. Love your slow cooker recipe book, have used the recipes many times! Hope to win the Bob’s Red Mill gift card!

    I purchased this cookbook via soft copy a few weeks ago and the carrot cake was lovely!

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  41. Thank you for all the delicious recipes!


    Thanks for the opportunity! AND for soooo many good recipes and tips! :)

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    I have a question regarding this recipe. It appears that you hydrate your seeds only to turn around and dehydrate them. Is this necessary? Could i not just grind the seeds right out of the package? I really am interested in trying this recipe but I do not have a food dehydrator, that is why i ask. Thank you!

    • Hi Crystal – the soaking is not for “hydrating” them, but rather to break down the phytic acid that binds to minerals. Doing so will make it easier to digest the seeds and absorb nutrients from them. The dehydration process makes them crunchy again so you don’t have a wet, mushy meal when you do the grinding. If you don’t have a dehydrator, you can use your oven on the lowest heat setting.

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    grain free flat bread 2 –

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    I am new to gluten free baking and I thank you for the opportunity.

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    Thanks for this recipe, I’m definitely trying it

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  75. Thanks for this recipe, I look forward to trying it!

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  78. Jes Davis says:

    I recently was diagnosed a type 2 diabetic. I have been looking at labels like a crazy person trying to find the best way to control my blood sugar. My doctor has full confidence that my blood sugar will balance out if I change my eating habbits and drop some weight. Since your flatbread recipe appears to be very carb-concious, could you please tell me if your cookbook is the same way? I am interested in purchasing a copy of your book, not only because I love to cook/bake, but because I want to eat healthier. Thank you!

    Warmest Regards,

    • Oh girl, this book is what you need! You can totally reverse diabeties with diet.

      • Jes Davis says:

        That is my goal. I started to drop a lot of weight just by watching my carbs and portion sizes, very little exercise because I am also pregnant and high risk (at the start of my third trimester). I am hoping that after the baby and loosing more weight I can get off of my medication and just be health-concious and in the clear. Now that my husband had tried the flatbread, I am going to ask him to get me the cookbook for a Mother’s Day gift.

  79. Jes Davis says:

    What temperature and time do you bake your flatbread recipe for? Thank you!

    • Oh gosh, sorry! 350 for about 15 to 20 minutes.

      • Jes Davis says:

        Thank you. I used roasted sunflower and pumpkin seeds and I think that I did not bake them long enough in the oven because my flatbread was very oilly when I baked it. I used some paper towels to remove the excess oil LOL. I thought it was fantatic with peanutbutter. Reminded me of a “seed” version of a granola bar. My two year old crumbled his up into his greek yogurt and ate it that way.

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