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Baking With Quinoa: Healthier Bread, Muffin, Cookie and Cake Recipes Paperback – July 9, 2012
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Now I can make desserts with it! Sarah Clarence has done great job with this book. She explains the different types of Quinoa, how to prepare it and store it. She also has a book full of YUMMY Quinoa breads and muffins, bars, cookies and cakes.
There's a great variety of recipes in this book: Delicious Quinoa muffins, Very Berry muffins, Hearty Quinoa Bread, Tasty Cornbread with Quinoa, Moist Nutty Zucchini Quinoa Bread (a favorite), ChocoCoconut Quinoa Brownies, Nutty Dark Chocolate Bars, Gooey Peanut Butter & Quinoa Cookies, Melt in Your Mouth Chocolate Cupcakes, Easy Maple Quinoa Hot Cakes, Spicy Quinoa Cake and many more.
This book will allow me to include Quinoa in my diet in a variety of different desserts. Quinoa makes any meal healthier. It's nice to know we can include Quinoa in desserts and make them healthier too!
I was hoping that it would give me new ways to cook with quinoa so that I could expand my gluten-free repetoire. All but a few of the recipes contain white or whole wheat flour. This collection is geared towards the health conscious person looking to add quinoa to their everyday diet, not those looking to replace wheat with quinoa. It is intended for those wishing to jump on the quinoa fad bandwagon. It is not suitable for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.
I cannot comment on the recipes themselves as I am unable to eat them due to my serious gluten intolerance and therefore did not try them. The few that could be made gluten-free did not appeal to me: nutty zucchini bread, quinoa bars, and peanut butter cookies.
I recently started incorporating Quinoa into my diet with
This book is one of the rare ones on the market that is
devoted to using Quinoa for making healthy baked goods such
as breads, muffins, cookies and cakes.
The author gives a nice overview of Quinoa, its health benefits,
how to use, how to store it etc. The recipes are written in a
clear and easy to understand way.
The book is nicely formatted for the kindle with fully functioning
TOC. At the end of recipe, there is link to "Return to the Table of
COntents" which is a nice touch.
I would highly recommend for those looking for healthy recipes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very happy with the book and recipes. Have not had a chance to try any of them yet. Just received it.Published 12 months ago by Nana C
I was hoping for Quinoa recipes. This book includes Quinoa in the recipe but the main ingredient is wheat flour. Being Celiac, I was really disappointed. Read morePublished 14 months ago by L. Eder
For those who want to use Quinoa for better health, this is a practical book. It was less so for me as I was hoping for recipes that are allergy friendly, avoiding corn, rice,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by janileeg
If your wanting healthier baked goods and are trying to cut your wheat consumption down then you should definitely get this book.Published 22 months ago by DonahMc
There are some good looking recipes in this book that I definitely plan to try this summer.
Well put together, easy to read, lovely book!
I love to cook and follow directions but this recipes are the most fast and easy I ever tried l love to learn more and more great ways to be healthy and satisfying my crabbing for... Read morePublished on February 16, 2014 by Ga
It's so easy these days, to put any information out there, good or bad. I have tried 3 of these recipes. All were total flops. Not just a matter of flavor.... Not edible. Read morePublished on February 15, 2014 by Amazon Customer