New Grain-Free Desserts E-Book!

Great news: I’ve been included in my first e-book! Brenda from The Well Fed Homestead has just released Grain-Free Desserts, a new e-book featuring more than 50 delicious grain-free treats and desserts. This awesome book includes recipes such as:

  • Brownies
  • Snickerdoodles
  • Chocolate chip cookies
  • Carrot pumpkin cake
  • Apple crisp
  • Honey butter caramels
  • Pumpkin mouse
  • Chocolate pudding
  • Banana bread
  • Crustless pumpkin pie
  • Watermelon and fruit kebab birthday cake
  • Pumpkin pie meringue candy
  • Sunflower seed fudge
  • Poppy seed coffee cake
  • …and many more!

Who Needs Grain-Free Desserts? 

This book would be an excellent resource for anyone on a gluten-free or grain-free diet. Most of the recipes are also compatible with GAPS, SCD, and paleo/primal diets. Having been on the GAPS diet for more than two years, I can honestly say that having tasty, GAPS-legal desserts has been hugely instrumental in allowing me to stick to the GAPS program. Just because you’re on a grain-free diet does not mean that you have to give up delicious desserts! This e-book will be a great resource the next time you get a hankering for something sweet.

Buy Grain-Free Desserts Now

Click here to get your copy of Grain-Free Desserts!

What are your favorite grain-free treats? 



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One Response to New Grain-Free Desserts E-Book!

  1. Congratulations on the inclusion!

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