Deliciously G-Free Cookbook Review. I recently purchased Deliciously G-Free by Elisabeth Hasselbeck. I will be honest that I made the purchase after I read the G-Free Diet because I hoped that the recipes would be something that I would like to cook.
Deliciously G-Free Cookbook Review:
The cookbook has a nice introduction. I also talks about how to have a G-Free Kitchen who I enjoyed seeing that Elisabeth organizes like I do 🙂 She has a chapter on breakfasts, appetizers, main meals and desserts. She also has a chapter on how to get fit G-Free.
What I like is that recipes are “real”. Meaning that they are recipes that I want to make. One of my favorites that I have made so far is Bistro Burgers. This summer as soon as my peppers come in I will be making Stuffed “Perfetto” Peppers.
The cookbook is hard back and priced at $17.76 right now on Amazon.com – remember prices do vary. Or it is available for $12.99 on Kindle. If you find it for a good price I would suggest purchasing it or checking it out at your library for sure.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I paid for my product myself. All opinions are 100% my own.
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