I love a new cookbook, especially when it’s filled with gluten free recipes! I’m so happy and proud to share with you the newest gluten free cookbook on the market…Gluten-Free on a Budget! My dear friend, Chandice Probst and her mama, Tana Besendorfer, put together this beautiful book. Isn’t that cherry pie just gorgeous?
I was so happy to finally meet Chandice in person at the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference in Las Vegas last year. She is so darling! Probably the sweetest person you will ever meet. She is the blogger over at Gluten Free Frenzy, which is the #1 gluten free giveaway site. Her and her mother both discovered they had celiac disease, the same year. Chandice has totally embraced the gluten free lifestyle and offers amazing support and encouragement to those in the gluten free community. She is always reviewing the newest (and tastiest) gluten free goodies. Of course she is offering the best giveaways too. Be sure to follow Gluten Free Frenzy on facebook, twitter, pinterest and instagram!
When Chandice first asked me to share her new cookbook on her blog book tour, of course I said, “YES!” I’m so proud of the collection of recipes that her and her sweet mother have put together. I went straight to the delectable desserts section. What? I couldn’t help myself. The cookbook is filled with healthy gluten free lifestyle basics, meal planning ideas and a mouth-watering collection of recipes. From crazy good potato rolls, to shepherds pie, to bacon spinach tomato frittata, to chocolate caramel toffee cake. Seriously. Too much yumminess. Gluten-Free on a Budget is now available on amazon or at your local bookstore. Here’s a little sneaky peaky…
Gluten Free Tangy Sweet Lemon Bars
I love all things lemon so I can’t wait to give these lemon bars a try! Flaky shortbread crust, with a beautiful lemon filling. Citrus desserts are my fave!
Gluten Free Poppy Seed Cake
You all know I’m a bundt cake girl. I’m smitten by the simplicity of this poppy seed cake, found in the cookbook. Isn’t it just lovely? Give me a slice for breakfast with a cup of coffee and I’m set.
Thank you, Chandice and Tana, for sharing your delicious gluten free family recipes with all of us! I can’t wait to dive in and try some of them out for my family. I’m thrilled to be a part of the blog tour and to be giving away a copy of the book to one of YOU! Enter in the widget below and be sure to tell me in your comment “what is your favorite go-to gluten free meal that you make for your family?” You can receive extra entries by following Gluten Free Frenzy on facebook, tweeting the giveaway or sharing on instagram. The last day to enter is Wednesday, January 28. Thanks for entering and happy baking!
I need to get my hands on a copy of this book. Those lemon bars look awesome. Lemon desserts are a particular favorite of mine.
One of our favorites is vegan meatloaf cupcakes with mashed potato frosting and peas as sprinkles! 🙂
Dyanne Spease says
Chicken tenders with Parmesan ranch potato wedges
Marilyn N-S says
Spaghetti Squash w/Marinara Sauce & Parmesan Cheese! Always a favorite!
Kelly Rodriguez says
All the sweets: cookies, cupcakes, pancakes, breads, candies!
Denise Falicki says
our go to meal is a dip made with greek yogu cream cheese, taco seasoning, green chili s, and shreaded cheese. Dee Fedor (Denise Falicki)
Chicken tenders and roasted veggies
Lyn Mackay says
I have never actually made anything Gluten free yet but I have been wanting too
I make everything gluten-free because I have celiac disease, so I don't have a choice! That said, I finally found a great gluten-free pizza crust that tastes like real crust, so I'm enjoying pizza again!
Ali F says
Vegan veggie lasagna!
Theresa MacNaughton says
Thank you so much for the giveaway. For a quick meal, I usually do up salmon or a nice white fish like haddock, with a side of rice and a green vegetable. Quick and delicious!
Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces says
We love chicken with roasted vegetables..butternut squash and asparagus…
Thank you for hosting the giveaway!
J.K. Sasse says
taquitos – both beef and chicken
breakfast for dinner aka brinner
Gina Gallagher says
Roasted Chicken and Veggies
Spaghetti with gluten free pasta.
Tacos or Taco Salad! Easy Peasy 🙂
We really like a special meatloaf with baked potatoes and home frozen green beans
Sue K. says
spaghetti squash with marinara sauce!
i like simple things that are naturally gluten free and made in the crock pot! we make chicken with salsa, beans, and corn for nachos/burritos/etc. and it's delicious!
Holly E says
I love making gluten free eggplant lasagna.
JustinMelanie Butler says
We are just starting gluten free because my son has a wheat allergy so I don't have a favorite recipe yet….would love to get this cookbook to help find a few favorites!
No Raisins on My Parade says
I have been really into the Bob's GF pizza mix. I make a quick sauce and throw together whatever toppings I have. 🙂 The best part is it makes enough dough for another pizza in a few nights!
Our go to meal is grilled chicken and veggies! ~Jade
We love sloppy joes served with rice! Its quick and the whole family eats it! Win Win!!
Oven BBQ chicken with some veggies and roasted potatoes.
Brittany Koelmel says
We love chicken salads!
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