Sweet Eats is full of recipes with familiar names--but with a "healthy twist." If you, a family member, or friend must eat gluten-free or if you wish to incorporate more whole grains into your diet without sacrificing delicious and familiar desserts, Slawson's cookbooks will show you how. Each and every recipe has been modified to include gluten-free flours or whole grains (depending on the edition), natural low-glycemic-index sweeteners and healthy fats.
Whole-grain and gluten-free ingredients can be pricey and sometimes hard to find. The last thing you want to do is experiment on your own with expensive ingredients--or waste your time and gas running to several stores in search of a single item. Slawson has done the legwork here as well. Sweet Eats lists brand names and sources for many of these ingredients, even recommending certain brands that work best in particular recipes. You'll also find cooking, preparation and storage tips for these foods and ingredients.
For more information on this book or to order your own copy of either the Spelt & Whole Grain or Gluten-Free edition of Sweet Eats, visit Mom's Healthy Eats. These cookbooks are available as e-books only. You can even preview 3 free recipes from the book! And don't miss the blog, where you can learn about healthy habits and ingredients.
I've been offered a copy of Sweet Eats to give away to a lucky reader! To enter the contest, simply leave a comment on this post answering the question:
What do you think is the biggest challenge in dealing with a food allergy or sensitivity?You can get a second entry by tweeting about this contest! Make sure to leave a link to your tweet and your Twitter username in the comments.
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This contest will run through midnight EDT on Tuesday, May 15. A winner will be chosen and announced by Friday, May 18 and will have 72 hours to respond to an email announcement. The winner will get to choose either the Spelt & Whole Grain OR Gluten-Free edition of this handy cookbook!
I was provided with an e-book copy of Sweet Eats for the purposes of this review. I received no other compensation. All opinions are mine. UPDATE: This contest is now closed and we have our winner! It is commenter #1, Mary Ellen! She has been contacted via email and has chosen the Gluten Free edition of Sweet Eats.