This kid-friendly cookbook from category-leading authors has gluten-free families covered, every day of the week
Cooking and sharing meals is something every family should be able to enjoy together—even if one or more family members eats gluten-free. If your household is avoiding gluten, this book will lead the way to recreating your family’s old favorites, and introduce you to a few new ones, too!
Gluten-Free Family Favorites is an accessible, photo-filled cookbook that makes gluten-free cooking fun, with 75 recipes designed to meet your family’s everyday needs (and wants!), including:
- breakfasts to start the day off right (French Toast Sticks, Banana Muffins, Pancakes)
- snacks and sides that satisfy (Cashew Coconut Chia Squares, Soft Pretzels)
- balanced dinners (Pumpkin Gnocchi Nuggets, Spaghetti Bolognese, Quesadillas)
- familiar classics (Personal Pizzas, Fish Sticks, Chicken Fingers)
- tasty treats (Apple Cider Donuts, Waffle Cones, Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies)
Alongside such kid-tested and approved recipes, Gluten-Free Family Favorites teaches the ins and outs of a gluten-free diet, including how to maintain a gluten-free kitchen, avoid cross-contamination, reduce the higher grocery bills that can come with a gluten-free diet, and empower children to select and prepare food for themselves.
Each recipe includes a full-page color photo, “Kids Can” tips to get kids cooking, and modifications for families avoiding other allergens or eating a vegetarian or vegan diet. With delicious recipes and a wealth of advice, this will be an indispensable addition to your family’s cookbook shelf.
Learn more about this title, and get a sneak peek inside, by viewing our Spring 2014 Cookbook brochure.
“[A] great collection of easy, foolproof recipes for those of us who would like to get dinner (and maybe even dessert!) on the table as often as possible.”
“[The treats in] Gluten-Free Family Favorites are so good that loved ones won’t taste a difference.”
“With delicious recipes and a wealth of advice, this will be an indispensable addition to your family’s cookbook shelf.”
—A Beautiful Little Life blog
“Kelli and Peter Bronski offer us a wealth of recipes, designed with gluten-free families in mind. I love that this food is easy to make but still full of flavors. I want to make the Cashew Cream Scones, Breaded Zucchini Chips, and the Coconut Shrimp with Mango Dipping Sauce now! With three small children, the Bronskis know how to feed kids who need to live without gluten and get them involved in the cooking too.”
—Shauna James Ahern, author of Gluten-Free Girl Every Day and Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef: A Love Story with 100 Tempting Recipes
“The Bronskis excel at developing kid-friendly, gluten-free recipes, and the 75 dishes in Gluten-Free Family Favorites won’t disappoint. But more than just a collection of delicious and nourishing recipes, Gluten-Free Family Favorites goes beyond, encouraging families to cook together as a means of bonding and forming healthy lifelong relationships with food. In a time when so many people are losing touch with their kitchens, I welcome Kelli and Peter’s advice on empowering our children to take control of their health through cooking.”
—Laura B. Russell, author of Brassicas and The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen
“For gluten-free households with children, it can be daunting to figure out what delicious dishes to safely serve everyone. The Bronskis have solved the problem with Gluten-Free Family Favorites. The gorgeous photos of every recipe invite you in and tempt you to preheat the oven immediately. And the recipes, such as French Toast Sticks, Sweet Potater Tots, Pupusa Pockets, Breaded Zucchini Chips, Soft Pretzels, and Apple Cider Donuts are not just tasty, but also offer allergen-free substitutions and a whole section on what kids can do to help. From the crash course in Gluten 101, to tips on supermarket savviness, to all the beautiful, fun-to-eat recipes, Gluten-Free Family Favorites is sure to become your most loved go-to cookbook.”
—Kyra Bussanich, author of Sweet Cravings: 50 Seductive Desserts for the Gluten-Free Lifestyle and three-time Food Network Cupcake Wars champion
“I wish Peter and Kelli would adopt me into their family! Their focus on using familiar, accessible ingredients and clever recipe twists always yields flavorful food the whole family will enjoy.”
—Silvana Nardone, author of Silvana’s Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed and Cooking for Isaiah: Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Recipes for Easy, Delicious Meals
“Gluten-Free Family Favorites is a gift to those looking for recipes to feed the whole family, whether gluten-free or not. There’s no weird food here, just good food that happens to be gluten-free. In addition to the scrumptious lineup of 75 recipes, several additional features set this book a step above the rest. Of particular note, the “Kids can . . .” sidebars are tremendously helpful. If you are just getting used to cooking gluten-free, or to cooking, period, you can certainly use the extra hands in the kitchen, and when kids help cook, they’re guaranteed to eat it. Also significant are the alternatives at the foot of every recipe to help adapt these recipes to other dietary restrictions, such as dairy-free, nut-free, or vegan. While the recipes are notably kid-centric, they will appeal both to the kids and to the kid in all of us. These delicious home-style recipes are sure to keep your family happy, healthy, and busy in the kitchen for years to come.”
—Cybele Pascal, author of Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking and The Allergen-Free Baker’s Handbook and founder of Cybele’s Free-to-Eat
“If you have gluten-free kids, then you need this cookbook! Peter and Kelli teach the essentials of the gluten-free kitchen, plus share ways to get your little helpers involved. It is an invaluable resource for families living a gluten-free lifestyle, who not only want food that’s nutritious and safe to eat, but also delicious meals that are truly enjoyable for everyone at the table (gluten-free or not). I know this is a cookbook that my family will use for years to come!”
—Alison Needham, founder of A Girl Defloured