ALEXA CROFT began developing gluten-free and allergen-free recipes in 2007. Since, her work has appeared on the Williams-Sonoma blog Taste, in First for Women magazine, and on NBC's i-Village. She works as an Associate Editor for Simply Gluten Free Magazine and runs her own award-winning culinary website, www.lexieskitchen.com.
Preparing wholesome foods to heal her son’s body and mind, Alexa began freely sharing her recipes to help other parents and caregivers do the same. Each of her delectable recipes is made without gluten, dairy, eggs, corn, soy, excess sweeteners and preservatives, and is accompanied by her enticing photography.
All the recipes have gorgeous pictures! easy to follow. a wonderful resource for a home with lots of allergies.Published 9 days ago by Marta F.
It's been said that the key to any change in diet is to keep the flavors and textures of foods we love. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Julie
I'm a registered dietitian and I am very impressed by this book! Amazing how you can stillage delicious food without dairy, eggs or wheat! Loved the cream sauce made from nuts! Read morePublished 2 months ago by marge
I've followed Alexa's blog for quite some time and was excited to get her cookbook. I've waited to leave a review as I wanted to try some of the recipes first. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dana
We have tried quite a few recipes from this book and many are better than their glutenated and dairified counterparts :). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leslie Fletcher
I have issues with dairy, egg, soy and peanuts. The main thing I like about this cookbook is that it explains ingredients I may not have been aware of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am a new at cooking healthy. I love these recipes and the guidance Everyday Classics gives for the novice. If I can cook and bake healthy there is hope for everyone.Published 5 months ago by DSB
I have made many items from this book for my family and most are a hit. The directions are clear and ingredient lists pretty common (for GF, DF and EF anyway. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Park