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Simple Treats: A Wheat-Free, Dairy-Free Guide to Scrumptious Baked Goods Paperback – March 1, 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
The book is organized and well written. While vital ingredients are often more expensive (pure maple syrup vs. sugar) and somewhat difficult to find (barley flour), our kitchen is now stocked because this book has become our standard. The recipies call for authentic ingredients rather than replacements so the results are flavorful and satisfying.
I like it that this cookbook doesn't use any hardened fats, like margarine. That's always the first thing I look at when buying a dessert cookbook.
What I love most though is that the recipes just absolutely taste great!
Many people I've made the brownie recipe for, have told me it's the best they've ever tasted.
The cookies I've made from this cookbook have also received a lot of praise, both from kids and adults.
I do often replace the barley flour with whole wheat pastry flour, because in some recipes I find the barley flavor a bit too overpowering (especially for the cake recipes).
I've almost made every recipe from this cookbook and haven't come across a bad one yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has been recommende by a friend but I have not used nay of the recipes, yet.Published 10 months ago by marie-louise schwartz-honor
I made from this book:
- Double Fudge Pecan Brownies (p.56): very good but a little tedious to first cook sweet potato and then only use 1/4 cup for this recipe. Read more
I always worry about the newly diagnosed Celiac or gluten-intolerant misreading wheat-free as gluten-free. Read morePublished on November 29, 2011 by Maxine Quinton
Ok, I admit that I read a couple of the other reviews before I bought this book, but I am not vegetarian or vegan and I really had no idea what that would mean in a cookbook. Read morePublished on November 13, 2010 by M Mays
I'm not vegan or vegetarian, nor do I have any KNOWN food allergies, but I am health conscious and would like to expand my cooking repertoire so I purchased this cookbook. Read morePublished on May 28, 2010 by Becca K
I bought this book 4 years ago when I first went vegan and I still reach for it regularly. I have yet to try a recipe that did not work, which is more than I can say for some... Read morePublished on December 24, 2009 by A. Brooks
My all time favourite cookbook when it comes to making cookies! These recipes never fail, are quick and easy to make, and good for you too! Read morePublished on June 26, 2009 by Rebecca Lee Berger
If you are allergic or sensitive to wheat AND Vegan. This is the book for you. The carrot cake is TO DIE FOR!!!!!Published on February 14, 2009 by Mark J. Roddy