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Gluten-Free Classic Snacks: 100 Recipes for the Brand-Name Treats You Love (Gluten-Free on a Shoestring) Paperback – April 7, 2015
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This book is beautifully photographed and designed For libraries that have a high demand for gluten-free cookbooks, this will be a fun and unexpected addition.”
San Francisco Book Review, 7/1/15
Dozens of mouth-watering full-color photos that will send readers running for the kitchen. This is a winner.”
GFF Magazine, summer issue
No childhood favorites are off-limits with Gluten-Free Classic Snacks by author/blogger Nicole Hunn of Gluten-free on a Shoestring. Expect recipe riffs on Twinkies, Thin Mints, Nutter Butters, Pop Tarts and more in her ode to edible Americana.”
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I bought this book because one thing I missed the most was a frosted strawberry pop tart. Oddly these pastries aren't even that good since they are filled with preservatives and sort of gross, but I kept finding myself in stores wasting money on GF imitations that cost a minimum of $6 for a box of teeny tiny terrible toaster pastry imposters. Even the squirrels and birds refused to eat them when we threw them out in the backyard. When this book came about and I saw recipes for my beloved pop tarts I knew I had to buy it.
The recipe takes a little while to make- I had to roll the dough thinner than what she said- and I baked mine for a little longer because I do not plan on toasting them later. I had to roll the dough out several times so that took a bit of time, but the results are so delicious! They are hands down better than the originals and I am so thankful for this recipe alone. I haven't had a chance to try the other recipes yet as I just keep making pop tarts! I also bought a 3 piece rectangle cookie cutter set here on amazon in order to make cutting out the pop tarts easier- saved me a lot of time and made them look professional and nice (which I appreciate coming from the pastry world!)
Thank you to Nicole for making it possible for me to enjoy one of my favorite treats again! I can't wait to get around to trying the other recipes.
My daughter cannot eat fructose. I substituted Lyle's Golden Syrup for honey and it worked well in the recipes.
Was I surprised to find that the recipe got the flavor right.
Since I cook sugar free as well I am able to substitute the sugar with Just Like Sugar by weight and it worked out great with nice flavorful crackers.
Making all the different flour blends is a bit labor intensive but when you are done it is well worth it.