Favorite: In the Kitchen with Gluten-free Mama Cookbook

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Occasionally, I will share a favorite item from my gluten-free kitchen: a book, cookbook, gluten-free food or kitchen gadget or a roundup of favorite things from around the web. Hopefully you’ll find some new favorites to add to your gluten-free kitchen! While they may contain affiliate links, all Favorites posts reflect my own opinion and are not sponsored by any individual or company.

Cookbook In The Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama

Today I want to share with you one of my favorite gluten-free cookbooks.  In the Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama is written by my friend Rachel.  She is the creator of some of the wonderful all-purpose flour blends I recommend, Mama’s Almond Blend and Mama’s Coconut Blend .  I had the honor of guest posting over on her blog last weekend, sharing my gluten-free chocolate “love” cakes.

In the Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama was one of the first gluten-free cookbooks I purchased.  I have used it again and again!  Each delicious recipe has been tried and tested again and again before being included in the book.  We’ve found a lot of new favorites!  Next week I’ll share with you some delicious cream puffs that I use her recipe from this cookbook as a base for. My top three favorite recipes in this cookbook are the cream puffs, pull-apart dinner rolls, and apple pie made with an amazing pie crust!

Whether you are just getting started or are a seasoned gluten-free baker, you’ll find many recipes to add to your collection of favorites.  You can order the cookbook directly at her website. It is not available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

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