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Your Guide to a Gluten-Free Holiday Meal

If you think that eating gluten-free means your holiday meal will be anything less than fantastic, you need Chef Amy Fothergill's mini e-cookbook.

My new e-cookbook includes recipes to prepare you for cooking and baking a delicious gluten-free holiday meal that everyone will love.

I've taken over 25 recipes from my soon-to-be-released gluten-free cookbook and assembled a mini version with the best recipes for the holidays. Included are the following sections:

  • How to make substitutions: a great way to adapt family recipes along with tips to make your meal dairy-free as well.
  • Cooking lessons: yes, there is a better way to cut an onion!
  • The Meal
    • Sweet potato millet cakes with cumin cream
    • Wine and herb pan sauce
    • Sausage and raisin bread stuffing
    • Orange walnut cranberry sauce
    • Millet mashed potatoes
    • Vegetarian options like kasha stuffing as well as chard and quinoa salad
    • Popovers, cornbread, and fresh baked bread
  • Desserts: the flakiest pie crust recipe with step-by-step instructions (you don't need to tell them it's gluten-free!)
    • Fruit galette
    • Traditional pies
    • Delicious brownies with a simple yet elegant ganache frosting
    • Rolled sugar cookies like mom used to make
  • Leftovers: unbelievably easy creamy turkey pot pie, butternut squash risotto, and more.

There is a photo for every recipe along with lots of tips and step-by-step instructions.

When you buy the e-cookbook for $4.99, I will donate $1 to the Hurricane Sandy relief fund through the American Red Cross (so the e-cookbook is only $3.99). For every 100 e-cookbooks sold, I will donate $15 additional. You can donate more here.

To buy the e-cookbook, click here.

BONUS RECIPE!! After you have bought the book, you will also receive a bonus recipe of Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Corn Souffle. I adapted our family's recipe and it's delicious! The recipe is usually sent within 24 hours or less.

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