Gluten Free and Good For You! New Heavenly Homemakers eBook Giveaway!!

Hey, I’ve got a surprise for you! Betcha didn’t know we had another ebook in the works, huh?! 

My friend Kim (she’s the gal who is the rock star behind our church’s awesome clothing giveaway) and I have been working off and on for several months on what we hope will be a wonderful resource for you! Kim’s family has been eating gluten free for over seven years because of celiac disease. She’s got a husband and three young children and she’s an expert gluten free mom, which is why I tapped her shoulder one day a few months ago to see if she’d help me out with a project “in her spare time”. :)

Our goal has been to create an eBook that will provide you with recipes that are both gluten free and healthy…and oh so very easy to make. If you are someone who needs to eat a gluten free diet, you will really enjoy these recipes. AND, if you aren’t someone who needs to eat a gluten free diet…you will STILL enjoy these recipes!

See, here’s the thing:  My family can eat gluten. I bought 500 pounds of gluten filled wheat berries last winter to prove it. But we have friends (like Kim and her family) who aren’t able to eat gluten. We want to enjoy fellowship with gluten free families and friends. We want to be able to take a meal to them when they have a need. We want to take special snacks to a potluck or party that our gluten free friends can enjoy.

And THAT’S one of the biggest reasons I wanted to put together this eBook. I wanted a resource available on this site that would help all of us, whether we’re gluten free or not. I wanted to offer help to those of us who want to show hospitality to gluten free friends but have no idea where to start. 

Kim has been a fantastic source of information and has offered all kinds of tips for creating delicious gluten free meals, snacks and desserts.  I’ve  included some of my favorite gluten free recipes from the website, and Kim has added many more of her tried and true family favorites.

 Chicken Enchiladas, Calico Beans, Cinnamon Almonds, Michele’s Salsa, Cloud Cookies…those are a few of the 34 great recipes we’ve included in Gluten Free and Good For You!  We purposely chose to only include recipes that would require ingredients that you would normally have in your kitchen, not hard to get, specialized gluten free products.  Just normal, everyday foods that you can prepare easily. We were out to prove that cooking gluten free foods is NOT hard. Because of Kim and all that she has been able to share and teach, I think we have accomplished just that.

I’ve had so much fun trying out some of Kim’s recipes as we’ve worked to put this book together. We needed pictures too, you know…so someone had to make the sacrifice and bake the Flourless Chocolate Cake. I selflessly volunteered. Yes, I’m a true friend.

Can you believe that cake is flourless? And made with sucanat? It tastes just…heavenly! A perfect dessert to share for a special holiday – for those who can have gluten and those who can’t!!

 The eBook will be offered for sale on Wednesday. While we put the very final touches on the Gluten Free and Good For You eBook…we’d like to offer you a chance to win a copy!   We’ll be giving away three…If you’d like a chance to win leave a comment on this post. I’ll draw three random winners and let you know how you can purchase this eBook on Wednesday afternoon!

This giveaway is now closed…thanks!

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  1. Michelle D says

    Yes please, I’d like a copy! Both my son and I have to avoid gluten as well as dairy, so new recipes are always welcome. :)

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  2. Rachel says

    This looks great! We have lots of friends who can’t eat gluten and it would be wonderful to be able to include the foods that they can eat when we get together.

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  3. kathy says

    I am in a similar boat with Laura – we can eat gluten foods but have several friends who can’t. Would be well used here. Thanks.

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  4. Colleen says

    Wow – I have to follow a gluten free diet and would love this as a resource as I think that all of your recipes are absolutely amazing!!

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  5. faye huskins says

    i would love to win this book for a very special friend. she struggled for a long time before she found the reasons for her struggles. and since we are both on limited incomes, we like all the freebies we can get.

    thanks.

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  6. Deanna says

    I have a family in my church that is on a gluten free diet, I have a hard finding good healthy recipes. I would love some help in this area. I would love a copy of the book so I can prepare meals for them when they are in need.Thanks

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  7. Teena Griffin says

    I love this, I was just telling my friend the other day that it seems like all the gluten free recipes try so hard to be like normal food that you always have to use crazy things to make them, I want some gluten free recipes that take no potato flakes or xantham gum!! :) Glad you ladies put this together!!

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  8. strubleroots says

    That book would be helpful! My mother and brother both are gluten-intolerant, so any added recipes of food I can make for them helps! ;)

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  9. Tara says

    I would love this book. We are not gluten free, but good friends of ours just became so. I bought a few processed gluten free snacks to have on hand, but they are so expensive, and often filled with junk. I would love to be able to make healthy, gluten-free snacks to share with them, without having to go buy special ingredients.

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  10. says

    I cannot wait! I have been gluten-free for nearly 3 months and have seen what I told were fibromyalgia symptoms disappear nearly completely, and am always looking for new recipes – especially ones that are more nourishing.

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  11. Kristin says

    I would love a copy of your book. Even though we are a gluten free family, I still visit your site to see which recipes I can tweak and use.

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  12. says

    I would love a chance to win your Gluten Free ebook! My sister in law is also a “real” foodie, but she has gluten issues, and I always love cooking tasty food she can actually enjoy!! Thanks so much for all you do :)

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  13. says

    I was just recently diagnosed with a wheat allergy, but wow – gluten-free “specialty” foods and ingredients are expensive! You eBook would be amazing to win.
    Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  14. Heather says

    I would love to be able to use this as one of my close friends is trying gluten free with her autistic son. This book would be so helpful to me! Thanks for all the kindness you show to your readers! :)

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  15. Melissa says

    Wow! We have friends that are gluten-free, and I always struggle with what to serve when they come over. I would love to win a copy of this book!

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  16. Lissa says

    I would LOVE to win this book. I have recently found out that I cannot have gluten or dairy. This would be such a helpful source.

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  17. Jami says

    I would love to win a copy! I can eat gluten. But it is more and more common all the time “Gluten free” things and here about how more people are reacting to it. So it would be fun to have some recipes on hand! I love to cook and bake for others!!! :)

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  18. Shauna says

    I would love to win! My brother is now gluten-free and we’re at a loss as to what to feed him at family get-togethers!

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  19. Rachael Cunningham says

    I am new to gluten free this year. Just found out my daughter is sensitive. I’d love a copy!

    Rachael C.

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  20. Julie says

    What perfect timing…one of my very dearest friends who has celiac has recently been diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer and we are stumped with what to fix for her and her family during these trying days. I would love to have a copy of your new ebook!

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  21. says

    Thank you for the chance! I would love to be able to bless my dear aunt with this – something about being the wife of a wheat farmer and finding out you have celiac disease seems really unfair, but she has handled it well.

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  22. Rebecca says

    I’ve been curious about your family’s status concerning gluten because you had some recipes that were gluten-free on here – this would be great to see as my husband is gluten free but so far our 2 kids (ages 2 and 4 months) seem okay!

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  23. Michele Showalter says

    Oh, I would love this cookbook! I have noticed lately that food with gluten in it seemed to make my psoriasis worse. So, I’m needing to learn how to cook gluten-free meals that our whole family can enjoy! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  24. Susan says

    I’d love to win this cookbook! I’ve been trying to eat gluten free but it can be difficult. This cookbook sounds like it would be great!
    Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  25. says

    We’ve had gluten sensitivities in the past. We have less reaction to Kamut & Spelt. We no longer purchase wheat berries. I have a little experience with gluten free baking & cooking. Any resource from you is sure to be good!

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  26. Monica says

    I would love this as there is a close family history of Celiac in our family. And to have this resourse in one book with recipies that work and taste great would be great!

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  27. Anita says

    I have gone gluten free in the past and found it very difficult to cook so I would love a chance at a cookbook that is tested and true. It would make it easier because my daughter and I should be gluten free as much as possible.

    Thanks

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  28. Melissa says

    What a blessing it would be to receive this ebook. Both me and my 5 year old son are GF. The cake looks delicious :)

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  29. Becca Webb says

    We’ve been looking into gluten-free eating with three in the house with disabilities. So I would love a chance to win this!

    Also thank you to the commenter above who noticed her psoriasis worsens after eating foods with gluten! I am also a psoriasis sufferer and will now watch to see if it affects mine as well.

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    Michele Showalter Reply:

    You are welcome! It’s just something I’ve noticed lately. Let me know what
    happens in your case. :) I think I need to commit myself to eating gluten-free
    food for 2 weeks and see what happens with my skin.

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  30. Erin Lowen says

    This ebook would be great to win, I’m also interested in the price. I have trouble with most gluten, but am able to eat 100% whole wheat. Thanks for your many wonderful recipes.

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  31. Heidi says

    in the past few months i have had a HUGE gluten awareness! a good friend was diagnosed with Celiacs and I suspect my husband who has UC is also intolerant, possibly my children too! so this cookbook would be a great way to kickoff our journey with gluten free cooking :).
    thanks for the chance!

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  32. Nancy says

    I would love this cookbook. I have celiac and have found cooking with wheat is making me sick. I’m trying to find recipes I can make for the whole family that are gluten free and they like.

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  33. Casey Duncan says

    My daughter and I have recently had to start eating gluten-free, so this cookbook would be a great blessing to us! Thank you for offering it to us.

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  34. Jenny says

    We recently found out that our 1 year old has food allergies, wheat being one of them. This would be a great help in finding some yummy, easy recipes.

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  35. Rhonda says

    Congrats Laura and Kim, what a great idea for an e-book!! I would love some gluten free ideas. Put me in for a chance to win:)

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  36. Kristin says

    I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to have this cookbook. I have celiac and am supposed to be eating gluten free, but I have been cheating (and not very successfully at that) because I’ve been so “bored” with eating the same things over and over again. This would help me feel inspired to cook healthy for myself (and my family of 7) again.

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  37. Deb says

    What a great idea! We know people in our church that have to eat gluten free. It would be nice to be able to take food to them that they can eat.
    I also know it is a healthier way to eat. I have cancer and have been changing my diet. This would be very good to know.

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  38. Kimberly in NC says

    This would be great to have so that I could make gluten free for my father-in-law! And share recipes with my mother-in-law so she could have more options for cooking for him. Thanks!

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  39. Jen R. says

    Ooooh! We are going to be doing an elimination diet early next year, and I know that this book will be a wonderful resource!

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  40. Cheryl says

    With a few in my family who can’t have gluten, this would be a great book to have! I’m always looking for tried & true recipes!

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  41. Cathy says

    This book sounds great! I so appreciate that it doesn’t require special gluten-free ingredients that would be expensive or hard to find. Thank you for putting the ebook together, and for offering this giveaway!

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  42. says

    I must admit that I wasn’t very interested in this book because of all of the strange ingredients that are usually called for in gluten free recipes.

    I’m so very glad you decided to include “normal” ingredients that are easy to find and buy!

    Thanks for the giveaway! I might end up buying this anyway.

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  43. Leslie says

    Going gluten free, for my infant, was one of the hardest things I have done. She is 18 months now and I am still learning. Gluten is in Everything!

    It is so wonderful that you would take the time to creat a Gluten Free e-book. Thank you.

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  44. Lynnette says

    I have a friend who has celiac and I am so uncertain about having her over for dinner. A cookbook like this would make me feel comfortable about having her over and cooking for her without having to buy ingredients that I wouldn’t normally use.

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  45. Meghan V. says

    My two sisters-in-law are gluten free and I always feel bad b/c I don’t have all the fancy GF ingredients to make them something. So this would be great to win.

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  46. Mrs.CAGarcia says

    I have Celiac Disease and I can not have any gluten ! I would love to win this cookbook so I can start fixing Gluten Free Items that I can enjoy along with my family!

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  47. Heather M says

    I have recently eliminated gluten to my diet and have found relief from years of IBS symptoms. Gluten sensitivity i’m not sure, but I know I do feel better and my digestion has improved tremendously! Would love to have another GF resource. This would be great!!!

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  48. Carolyn says

    We’re a gluten-free family because my two boys (10 and 13 yrs.) have Celiac. I would LOVE to win the e-book. I am ALWAYS looking for new recipes for my guys.

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  49. Corrina Kelley says

    I would love a copy of this book! My daughter is gluten-free due to celiac and myself for multiple health reasons including a gluten sensitivity. I am a resource for those around me who need to start a gluten-free lifestyle. I’m always looking for new recipes and ideas. I especially love that your ingredients are “normal”. the first cookbook my mom ever bought for me had a recipe for brains. I turned to her and said I never ate brains before and going gluten-free is not going to get me to now!

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  50. says

    We are not gluten free, however we too know people who are. That’s a great idea – having recipes around so that you can take food when needed.

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  51. Cathy says

    All three of my siblings have celiac disease and so gluten-free foods are a must when we have extended family get-togethers. I am always on the lookout for easy and delicious GF recipes!

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  52. says

    I may have to get a copy of this because we’re doing a blood test for food allergies for my little girl tomorrow. At this point, I’m hoping it’s at least not a milk or eggs allergy, because I think gluten would be easier to give up.

    Any plans on an allergy free cookbook? I know a child who’s extremely allergic to all common allergens.

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  53. Niki says

    I am SUPPOSED to be eating gluten free. I don’t have celiac but I have a definite “sensitivity” to it. It’s hard to find fun things to eat that don’t seem like a hassle to prepare. Fresh fruit, meats, vegetables and herbs. That’s about it for me. That’s why I tend to NEVER follow the gluten-free guidelines :-) I would love a book to help me!

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  54. Darcy says

    This would be awesome to win! I also have friends and family who are gluten free and this will increase my offerings of meals for them. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  55. Corinne says

    My youngest son will be seeing an allergist in a couple of weeks, but for some time now I have been cutting back on wheat. This would be very helpful.

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  56. Vicki says

    Ohhhh Pick me! Pick me! I have a child with celiac and I’m always on the look out for good resources :) Thanks so much for thinking of “us”.

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  57. Hezzie says

    My 7yo son and I have both tested “sensitive” to gluten. We rarely eat a true GF diet, though because it is confusing. We muddle through with some uncomfortable side effects. This book may be the ‘kick in the pants’ I need to get us on track!

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  58. Carrie says

    My mother has been trying to eat gluten free and I would love to be able to use ingredients that I have in the house to whip up a special treat for her.

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  59. Tiffany says

    My sister and family are gluten free and she is having a hard time coming up with things to make that doesn’t cost a fortune…I would love to get this book for her. This is a great resource.

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  60. says

    This is right up our alley! We are grain free right now and I will switch one of my kids to gluten free and the rest of us back to regular grains after a few months. This e-book would be perfect!

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  61. Sheri says

    This would be a HUGE help in trying to get myself and one of our kids off gluten, without resorting to making everything with white rice & cornstarch!

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  62. Sue says

    I am gluten free along with my husband and daughter. We had a flourless chocolate cake on our cruise which was delicious. My husband would like me to make the cake. Your eBook looks like a great resource.

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  63. says

    Oh I’d looooove to have this cookbook. my husband has crohn’s disease and has just recently started to eat gluten free. i need recipes and ideas … thank you!!

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  64. says

    I would love to win this ebook! We have been gluten free for a year and a half now and tried and true recipes with ingredients in the pantry would be wonderful!!!!

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  65. GoingGlutenFree says

    I would love it just for your cake recipe! If I don’t win, I will still buy it — never hurts to have another cookbook!!

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  66. Leigh J. says

    We have family with juvenile diabetes and gluten issues. This will be a tremendous help in planning meals for them. Thanks for all your hard work!

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  67. Brittany says

    What a great resource! I’d love to win! We have a new mom in our church who has celiac disease and it’s hard to find people to bring her meals because everyone is intimidated by needing to make them gluten-free. I was just telling my husband that someone should write such a book…apparently you already were! :)

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  68. Christie says

    I am currently trying to cut out gluten, and I love that these recipes have ingredients that are normally in a pantry. I would love to try this book!

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  69. Bethany says

    It looks like that cake might be worth making even if we can eat gluten! Yum-yum! I have friends and a few family members who limit how much gluten they can eat, so this would be nice so I’d know what to make for them to eat.
    Thanks!!!

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  70. Dee says

    Half of my family are celiac and after having been really big on the whole wheat it was a really big switch for us. This would be such a blessing!

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  71. Neisha Teer says

    I would love to win this! My neice has celiac and just got married. Since she has nothing to help her to learn to cook, this would be a great start!

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  72. Teresa says

    I would love to be able to share treats with 2 special ladies from church so they don’t always have to bring their own food to every event!

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  73. says

    My family and I recently became gluten free due to gut issues with myself. Through trial and error I have learned that gluten things make me sick while I can still eat other grains (rice for example). This would be amazing to win and if not to buy in the next few weeks! I may have to suggest it to my mom as a Christmas present for me. :)

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  74. Kim H. says

    We are recently GF as my oldest was diagnosed with a gluten allergy. Would love some new ideas that would be winners with all my boys (my middle that always eats everything has been the one not liking the new food options LOL).

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  75. Ruth says

    I would love to have this book. My husband is struggling with health issues right now & we are trying to stay away from gluten. It would be GREAT to have more ideas!

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  76. Andrea says

    Before I knew this was a giveaway, I wanted to say thank you for your selflessness in putting together something like this even when your family doesn’t have this issue. Even though I would consider myself “Gluten sensitive”, it is really something I need to stay away from for the sake of my health and well being. I will definitely have to get my own copy of your ebook!

    Thank you.

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  77. says

    What a wonderful idea! Actually, I have considered giving my son (adhd) a gluten free diet to see if there is any effect on him(positive, of course). This would be a great help, I already feed my family so many of your recipes, this would be a neat addition! Thanks so much!

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    Lynda Sander Reply:

    That is one of the reasons we tried it and it helped my ADD Husband and our ADHD daughter. Our pediatrician suggested that even though they tested (via blood tests) negative for celiac disease, to give the GF diet a try for 1 month and see if there was a difference for our family…his point was a good one: if it works for *your* family, that is all the case studies you really need!

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  78. says

    Loving that you have resources for us GF moms! My family went GF about 3 months ago and I am just now getting the hang of it. On a tight budget, it is hard to afford those “specialty” items and even harder when a recipe fails and tastes horrible and your money spent was all for nothing…that being said I appreciate very much the idea of a cookbook that is for Moms like me that don’t have a lot of special ingredients to choose from! Can’t wait until this comes out…and can I just add:
    oh, me,me me…pick me!

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  79. Beth says

    I would like to win this gluten free cookbook and give it to my minister and her family. My minister and several of her children are on a gluten free diet.

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  80. jill says

    what a great idea!! i would love to win this for my family. i have tried to find better ways to feed them, this would sure help. thanks—

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  81. says

    We’ve been GF for several years, but the old recipes are becoming…a bit old :) Would love some different ones…which is why I love your blog…it gives me inspiration. Enter me in the drawing please!

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  82. stephanie says

    We have been preservative/food dye/artificial flavoring free for several months now and see a huge behavior difference in particularly our daughter. We follow the feingold diet. (www.feingold.org) Just last month we removed dairy and are in the begining stages of removing Glutten as well….I love you are expanding your recipes to include Glutten free!!! It has been so wonderful seeing her have more control over herself what a blessing for her. Makes me sad for all the children that this simple diet change could help whos parents either are unaware of the connection or think eating healthier is difficut or to expensive.

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  83. becky says

    I would love this cookbook. We have been gf for almost 2 months. And I am starting to need some more recipes! This would be a huge blessing to have more ideals!!

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  84. Melissa F. says

    Please enter me in the drawing to possibly win you new book. Thank you. Your blog is a blessing to me. And I read the article about you just yesterday in HomeLife magazine. Glory to God! You are being used by Him.

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  85. Shanda says

    I would love to win. My husband was diagnosed with MANY food allergies last February and one of them is gluten and wheat. I am still trying to find good recipes for him.

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  86. Karen says

    Gluten intolerance runs in my and my husband’s family. My daughter and I are both GI. This would be an awesome book to have!

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  87. says

    I too have celiac disease. I’d love to see your recipes – I’m always trying new things!

    I also like that you use just regular ingredients – not special, EXPENSIVE gluten free ingredients!

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  88. Christina says

    ohhh, I would love to win this. If I don’t I’ll probably buy it anyway! Not gluten intolerant, but I think eating a little more variety certainly wouldn’t hurt us any! :) Good work!

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  89. Nancy Michel says

    My grandson is starting the elimination diet to see which foods affect his behavior. His mom is allergic to milk and all animal protiens as a child(29 yrs ago)and I had to improvise as there was no useful information that long ago, much less recipies for eliminating certain foods. This would be a true blessing for my daughter as she works on dealing with the elimination diet.

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  90. Bethany B. says

    I would love a copy too! My next door neighbor & dear friend has Celiac & I’d love to be able to take her meals & treats!

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  91. Laura Green says

    I would love to win this ebook. We recently discovered that my husband is gluten intolerant, and now cooking has become a bit of a challenge. Thanks for helping create a much needed resource using “normal” ingredients.

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  92. Amanda Y. says

    This would be awesome, I’m trying to find out what is giving me issues, it may be gluten, so this would be really helpful!

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  93. Rhoda says

    I’m in the same boat as Amanda Y–suspecting gluten, but unsure. And I do have friends that are GF. Thank you for all that you do to help in SO many areas of our lives!

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  94. Amy says

    Our family of five has been GF since March 2010, due to a suspected allergy in four family members. I would really like new recipes to try!
    Thank you!

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  95. Amy says

    Fun! My neighbor boy has celiac and also my husband is now going gluten-free to see if it will help lower his triglycerides. We would love to use your book!

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  96. Kristi says

    I would be so excited to win this! I’m trying to cook more for my family, and this will be a wonderful resource!

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  97. Shamberly C. says

    This cookbook sounds wonderful! I would love to have a copy (whether I win it or not!) ~ I have a friend who has celiac disease as well, who I have learned a little from, and would love to be able to minister to her through this!
    Thank you for putting it together :oD

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  98. Cindy Miller says

    We are preparing to embark on a gluten free diet and looking for any help we can get. Thanks to you all provide resources like this!

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  99. Terie says

    I would love to win this cookbook. I always take a gluten free dessert to pot lucks because there are a few people I know will be there who have celiac disease, and a few others with wheat sensitivities.

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  100. Beth says

    This looks great and I am glad it is written with a “professional” (read: expert mom) gluten-free cook! Last Friday, the doctor just said “gluten free” to me. Hopefully it will be a short term thing, but you never know. Thanks once again for bringing us such good work!

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  101. Paula Fuhrman says

    I am a Mom of three boys and have listened to my middle son complain so long about his stomach hurting. Going gluten free stops his pain. We would love having these new recipes to stay pain free.

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  102. hailey hughes says

    Going gluten free saved my life and reversed my sons autistic symptoms! Any thing that makes our lives a little bit easier is a welcomed blessing :)

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  103. Jennifer says

    I would love to try this – my son and husband have had issues with gluten at times and we have people in the family who have celiac.

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  104. Jenny Watson says

    This looks like quite a handy little book. I am currently learning about gluten-free cooking and baking out of necessity, and I was excited to see this! :-)

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  105. Natalie Watson says

    This is awesome! Even if I don’t win I expect to by buying the book. We’ve got a few friends here that have the celiac disease and it’s always so hard to bless them with a meal because they feel bad when I ask what they can and can’t have. I’m always searching the internet or paying SUPER high prices for the premade gluten free stuff so I know we can for sure give them a meal that isn’t going to make them sick!

    What a clever idea! This is what every friend of a celiac needs! Way to go ladies!!!

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  106. SarahMay says

    This would be perfect for a gluten-free friend at church. She’s having a baby in December and I know everyone will be wondering what to do for new baby meals!

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  107. Jennifer F. says

    I’d be very interested in trying some new gluten-free recipes! I’ve been trying to eat gluten-free for several years (due to health issues) but, some things you just miss too much to cut them out of your diet permanently. I’d love some more recipe ideas to help me miss the wheat less!

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  108. Jill W says

    What a wonderful resource. I have fibromyalgia and have noticed that it is worse when I eat gluten. I would love to add this to my collection.

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  109. Cara F says

    We just had to start out family on gluten free casien free diet for our oldest. I need all the help I can find in family meal planning I feel so lost! We will love having this book to help in our new adventure!

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  110. Wendy Smykalski says

    This is fabulous!!! I found you by looking for Gluten Free recipes and have read your posts everyday since!! My daughter and I would love a copy of this ebook, we are both gf. Thanks for all your wonderful recipes and posts!!

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  111. Alison says

    I would love to be entered! My dad and sweet coworker were both just diagnosed as gluten intolerant. And we all work in a bakery where gluten is plenty. Needless to say, I could really use this e-book. ;)

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  112. says

    I would love to have this book. My son has been gluten free for a little over a year and we are also seeing signs that another of our children also needs to go gluten free. I can use all the help I can get!

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  113. Craftymaw says

    I would love to win one of these ecookbooks. I had known a sweet lady that was on this until she had passed away recently. For those that dont know, at our local grocery store, there is a Gluten free Bisquick out now.

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  114. Sa'ada says

    hello,

    i was doing gluten free for one of my sons because of eczema but i’ve gotten lax about it. and although the eczema has stayed away he gets bouts of asthma now. i need to go back to gf and it would really help to have recipes from someone who’s been doing it for 7 years. looking forward to finding out more about the new cookbook!

    thanks

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  115. Jennifer says

    My son has Asperger’s and we’ve been told that a gluten-free diet would be helpful, but I’ve been hesitating. This would be a great way to start. Thank you so much!!

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  116. joanie elbourn says

    I have a wheat sensitivity, so I am always trying out new gluten free recipes… this would be great ! I am so glad someone cared enough to formulate and gather these recipe in one place .

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  117. Christina says

    Great opportunity! My sister-in-law is eating gluten free AND I suspect my baby may be needing this in the future. That cake looks phenomenal!!!

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  118. Susan says

    I would love to win a copy of your eBook “Gluten-Free and Good For You”. I have been having trouble for years with foods that contain gluten and now is the time to go gluten free!!

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  119. Merrilee says

    I too have a friend who could use this – this weekend even for our church Thanksgiving potluck. Thanks for the resource!

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  120. Amy says

    This ebook looks great! I gave up wheat for about 4 months, and my joint pain went away. I find that I can eat a little wheat and not have any problems, but I find that I ENJOY gluten-free cooking and baking. Would love to have more recipes in my arsenal.

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  121. says

    This would be fantastic. I’ve been cooking g-free for one of my girls for about 6 or 7 weeks now. I’ve learned a lot, and stressed a lot, and it would be great to have something like this to add to my (not diet friendly) recipe binder!

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  122. Sharmista says

    Pick me!! My DD is gluten-free and it would be great to have some more recipes that didn’t call for specialty flours and whatnot. Plus, I really wanna try that chocolate cake… ;)

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  123. Chelsea says

    All my kids have had food allergies at one point in there lives so I try and take allergen free foods to church functions.

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  124. Rita says

    I would love to have this book – I’ve been gluten-free for over seven years and now my daughters are too – we have celiac disease – not fun!!!

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