Gluten Free and Grain Free eBook Bundle of the Week


I am excited to share that I have an eBook included in this week’s Bundle of the Week!

Well, it’s not completely my book. My friend Kim helped me write it. She’s the gluten free expert. I knew many of you would benefit from a book which includes gluten free recipes made with wholesome, real foods. So I asked for Kim’s expertise.

This week, Gluten Free and Good For You is bundled together with four other ebooks. The entire set of five eBooks is selling for just $7.40!

Here are the details:

Going grain-free can be overwhelming for families dealing with gluten-intolerance or Celiac disease, and this week’s bundle includes more than 275 gluten-free and  grain-free recipes plus a wealth of information and tips from the  authors’ own experiences. This week only, get all 5 ebooks for just $7.40 (a savings of more than 80%)!

Against the Grain by Kate Tietje Grain-free doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, it can include  all kinds of interesting flavors, spices, and even sauces. Against the  Grain is a cookbook full of delicious, fun to eat, whole food recipes  that are grain-free — and mostly dairy-free and GAPS-friendly as well. You’ll  even find a few bread and dessert recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Beyond Grain & Dairy by Starlene Stewart In Beyond Grain & Dairy, Starlene shares 113 grain-free recipes that contain no grains, no gluten, no dairy, no soy, no corn, no gums and no processed sugars. With full-color photos and a handy ingredients index  to help you find recipes by ingredient, Starlene has put together a  cookbook to show you that there’s no reason to feel deprived!

The Grain-Free Snacker by Carol Lovett Going grain-free doesn’t mean you have to give up tasty snacks, and in  this brand new ebook, Carol offers more than 45+ homemade, grain-free  recipes — everything from gluten-free dorito chips, crackers and cookies to ice cream, frozen treats and mini pizzas.

Best of the Grain Free Meal Plans by Cara Faus Cara has helped people from all over the world enjoy their  grain-free transition with her meal plans, and she’s now packaged the  best of her menu planning service in a helpful, full-color cookbook. With more than 70 child-friendly, easy-to-follow recipes for busy  households, this ebook makes going gluten-free fun and exciting rather  than stressful and overwhelming.

Gluten Free and Good for You by Kimberlee Tandy & Laura Coppinger Filled with tips and information to help you to eat gluten-free or serve gluten-free meals and snacks to family members and friends who have  special dietary needs, Gluten Free and Good for You is both a handbook  and a cookbook that uses basic, everyday ingredients that you’re likely to have on hand in your kitchen. Laura and Kim make gluten-free cooking accessible for every family!

To learn more and to purchase this bundle, click here.

P.S. I am not an advocate of eating grain and/or gluten free “just because.”  I think it is a good idea to get a nice balanced diet, including whole grains – if you are able. But, even if you don’t have grain allergies or a gluten intolerance, I believe you can still benefit from these great books. :)

Like This? Bless Others By Sharing!
Share on Facebook0Pin on Pinterest1Tweet about this on Twitter0Email this to someoneShare on LinkedIn0Print this page


  1. mamashortcake says

    I’m not much of a blog commenter, but I just wanted to say thanks for putting this up here. Sometimes it’s hard to find things to eat when you can’t have so much! I can eat a few grains (GF oats, quinoa, and some rice), but I feel better keeping those things minimal in my diet, and all those gluten free starches are brutal on my stomach (and tastebuds too).



    mamashortcake Reply:

    Oops, some how it posted before I finished. Now you know why I don’t comment much! :) I was going to say that I was still able to get the deal on TT palm shortening this morning, even though it was supposed to end yesterday!


  2. Katie says

    Thank you so much! I bought it this morning. This was perfect timing. My husband and I found out last week that we have food sensitivities to gluten, dairy, and eggs. These recipes are so helpful as I try to continue our natural diet while (temporarily) eliminating these foods.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *