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Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes Paperback – June 1, 2011
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“This new book from the Bronskis maintains the high bar set by their first book, ‘Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking.’For this volume, the authors divide their 50 appealing recipes into several enticing categories, including classics, fruity, nutty, ‘chocoholic’ and ‘sweet surprises.’ The cupcakes are based on the authors’ ‘artisan gluten-free flour blend,’ which succeeds both with taste and texture.”—The Oregonian
“Our gluten-free world just got a whole lot sweeter with Kelli and Peter’s amazing new book on cupcakes. This will be your “go-to” cookbook for parties and special occasions or anytime you have cupcake cravings.”
—Carol Fenster, award-winning author of the 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes
“I’ve never been more excited to bake cupcakes! Kelli & Peter have included everyone’s favorite cupcakes and then taken them a step further. They’ve transformed the ordinary cupcake into a gourmet’s delight with their natural fillings and fruit-infused buttercream frostings. Along with offering incredibly scrumptious gluten-free recipes, they’ve provided options for nearly every dietary restriction including refined sugar-free, dairy-free, and egg-free, and vegan variations. Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes is a must for anyone who needs to eat gluten-free and loves to bake.”
—Amy Green, www.simplysugarandglutenfree.com, and author of Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free: 180 Easy and Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 20 Minutes or Less
“Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes is a celiac’s dream come true! Surprisingly easy to make, these decadent gluten-free delights will look like they come from a gourmet bakery, and are sure to please even all the gluten eating cupcake lovers of the world. From key lime pie to red velvet, Kelli and Peter Bronski’s delicious recipes are sure to win any cupcake war!”
—Alice Bast, President & Founder, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
“Pete and Kelli Bronski have followed their all-purpose, “required reading” first cookbook, Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking, with another must have for your kitchen shelf: Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes. Imagine your favorite flavor of cupcake . . . now flip to the Table of Contents and there it will be! The Bronskis provide the classic cupcake flavors of vanilla and chocolate (and variations like Chocolate Buttercream and Mocha), but then they move on to cupcakes with names that nicely indicate the flavor profiles and actually make one a bit “weak in the knees.” I mean, who can resist cupcakes called Poached Pearfection, French Toast, Hot Fudge Sundae, Orange Dreamsicle, and Dulce de Leche? The best news of all is that if you have other food intolerances/restrictions besides gluten, there is additional guidance on how to make each recipe dairy-free, egg-free, or vegan. So put on your apron, grab your muffin tin, and get baking; you’re in for some divine cupcakes!”
—Shirley Braden, Leader, King George Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Group
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- The book is smaller than I expected. It is probably about 7 inches by 6 inches. Each recipe takes a page or more and every cupcake is photographed.
- The photography in this book is stunning. This was a pleasant surprise as the photography in their first cookbook was not great. The pictures in this book make me want to bake every single recipe.
- The authors pay great attention to detail in this book. They talk about the different ingredients they call for, the tools they recommend, different types of cake and frosting, how to make filled cupcakes, and how to frost a cupcake beautifully. They include a chapter with charts about how to substitute ingredients if you need to cook vegan, dairy-free, egg-free or refined sugar-free. They also include a chart with metric conversions of various ingredients (including their flour mixture) if you prefer to bake by weight.
- There are 50 cupcake recipes in this book. There are also recipes for blondies, gingerbread people, chocolate cookies, mini cannoli shells, snickerdoodles, and pancakes. There are some recipes where the cupcake base is repeated, or altered a smidge with a different flavoring. The recipes are varied and creative enough (mango buttercream, anyone!) that I don't feel at all cheated by this. I think anyone would be hard-pressed to come up with 50 different recipes for cake that didn't piggyback on a basic chocolate or white cake recipe.Read more ›
The photos in the book are really nice and make your mouth water and there are lots of them too. I can't wait to make the mojito cupcakes and then the key lime cupcakes with filling.
The basic gf flour mix they use has brown rice flour, sorghum flour, potato flour, potato starch, cornstarch, xantham gum...
I found all the ingredients easily except for potato flour but I used extra brown rice flour instead. Potato flour and potato starch flour is not the same thing btw. I was able to find Swan brand potato starch flour which is starch (not flour even though it's in the name). I did read where you can take instant potato flakes and grind them to make potato flour but just didn't want to bother with that.
I highly recommend this book!!
Overall, great starter recipes and inspirations for all bakers, not just gluten free. I served the vanilla and red velvet this weekend to a big wedding shower and they were gobbled up without a second thought.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm reviewing this because my mom is GF and she bought the cookbook quite a while back, so that for parties and potlucks there would be a desert other than ice cream that she could... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kathleen E. Cunningham
I have bought several gluten free books over the past 5 years. This makes the fluffiest cupcakes we've had. I highly recommend their flour blend and recipes.Published 23 days ago by Antoinette L. Fuentes
My gluten-sensitive daughter-baker loved the recipes. She made a chocolate mocha cupcake that was out of this world!Published 1 month ago by mistart
This is my favorite cupcake recipe book. Let me just tell you people who have no issues with gluten don't even know they are eating gluten free with the carrot cupcakes. Read morePublished 12 months ago by R. Brown
Not a good fit if you have dairy and soy allergies. This is a gluten free baking cook book and dairy free, but claims dairy free options. So many delicious looking reciepes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by tracy arispe