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The Ultimate Gluten-Free Cookie Book Paperback – November 9, 2010
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Tucson Citizen, 11/3/10
“A must-add to your gluten-free cookbook collection!”
“For easy to prepare, tasty cookies made at home, gluten-free cooks will have a hard time finding a better resource…It is also a lovely gift for families with gluten-intolerant members.”
“From the old school favorite chocolate chip cookies to spins on thin mints, sweet crackers, ice cream based cookies and more, Roben Ryberg gives readers everything they need to know to bake wonderful treats without gluten.”
“If you are looking for a great cookie cookbook, this is the one. Additionally, this would make the perfect gift for those newly diagnosed or struggling.”
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Baking is a precise science and the author has taken great pains to do the work for all of us to replicate cookies we all know and love, including name brand style cookies like Oreos and Milanos, into gluten-free versions. There are too many recipes to list all of them here, but the following is a sample of included cookies: Girl Scout Samoas and Tagalong; Fig Newton; Almond Biscotti; Chocolate Pinwheels; Nutter Butter-Style peanut butter sandwich; Snickerdoodles; Cheesecake Bars and Hermits. There are seventeen egg-free cookie recipes including Brownies, Chocolate Chip, Spice, Sugar, Oatmeal and more.
I tested three recipes and all baked up perfectly and tasted great. The Shortbread recipe uses brown rice flour and the result was rich and light. The Ginger Spice Cookies are delectable and the Cranberry-Orange Granola Bars are perfect for tucking into a lunch box or taking along in the car as a quick snack.
Things to note about the book: Illustrations are scarce, in fact only sixteen photographs are included, but given the modest price of the book and large number of recipes, these shortcomings are minor.Read more ›
And can I just say there's a chapter dedicated to "knockoff" cookies. Girl scout cookies anyone?
A very fantastic cookie cookbook that really hits the spot! Thanks Robyn!
some to his adult sons not ever telling them they were gluten free and they were
ga ga over them. They still don't know. I've been baking him cookies to take
on trips out of this book and they are all gluten free even though he does not
have to be on a gluten free diet--no complaints on the cookies! Only yummmss
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lot's of recipes to give a try...nothing that much different though than my other GF cookbooks bit there's always a few new ones worth havingPublished 2 months ago by lmr
This book is a winner. I loved reviewing it with my friend. It will b my favorite book to review and use. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good practical recipes. It's nice not to have to clean out the cupboards just to bake a batch of cookies.Published 18 months ago by Christine A. Chapman