I am obsessed with the Gluten-Free Vegetarian. It’s a new cookbook by Hannah Healy of the blog Healy Real Food Vegetarian, and filled with 80+ gluten-free, soy-free recipes featuring real food ingredients for every occasion – from breakfast to dessert. I did a full review here so check it out for more recipes.
One of my favorites so far is the Cauliflower Crust Pizza is my favorite. It’s still hard to believe it’s gluten free (and grain free). Pizza is one of the things I’ve missed since going gluten free, but this recipe is fantastic.
Or how about this Grain-Free Vanilla Cake with Chocolate Frosting? I’m making this for my youngest son’s birthday this week.
Don’t these dishes look delicious? Well, you can win a copy for yourself.
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