From the Back Cover
"Whether the chef in your house is five or 105, this book will prove to be an inspiration for enjoying time in the kitchen--even if yours is limited--as well as for making nutritious, delicious, wheat-free, gluten-free concoctions!"
--Danna Korn, founder of R.O.C.K. (Raising Our Celiac Kids) and author of Kids with Celiac Disease
"Provides a perfect opportunity to learn to cook gluten-free and eat well with recipes that break the age barrier."
--Diane Eve Paley, President, and Mary Schluckebier, Executive Director, Celiac Sprue Association/USA, Inc.
If your child has been diagnosed with celiac disease, you know how important it is to avoid serving foods with wheat, rye, or barley gluten. But most kids are notoriously finicky eaters. How do you keep out the bad stuff while still ensuring your child gets the necessary nutrients? The Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free Cookbook for Kids and Busy Adults is the answer to your dilemma.
Written by celiac-disease authority Connie Sarros, this wheat- and gluten-free cookbook addresses the needs of kids with celiac disease and the often busy adults who prepare their meals. The recipes run the gamut from simple treats to hearty meals. In plain, kid-friendly language, the author leads youngsters step-by-step through the process of creating safe treats and meals for themselves.
This wheat-free, gluten-free cookbook also includes:
- Explanations and definitions of terms and ingredients
- Helpful hints for meal planning
- Nutritional breakdowns for each recipe
- Simple dishes kids can prepare for themselves
This important cookbook helps children build a strong foundation for a future of living and eating wheat- and gluten-free.
About the Author
Connie Sarros has been preparing wheat-free, gluten-free recipes for eleven years, since her father was diagnosed with celiac disease. A popular speaker, she is well-known in celiac circles, lecturing regularly at celiac conferences and health-food stores, and has earned the nickname of "The Gluten-Free Guru." Her work has been featured in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cooking Light magazine. She lives in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.