Gluten-Free Cooking for Two (Paperback)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 9780544828681, 240pp.
Publication Date: April 4, 2017
Featuring more than 125 delectable recipes perfectly sized for one- and two-person households, this indispensable cookbook has great ideas for breakfasts, breads and baked goods, sandwiches and soups, dinner entrees, and decadent desserts. Favorites such as Lasagna, Tuna Noodle Casserole, French Bread, and Carrot Cake Cupcakes that were out of reach for small and gluten-free households are now back on the menu!
The kitchen math is done, including reworking recipes so that cooks aren’t attempting to split eggs or deal with leftover ingredients. Pointers on how to stock a two-person pantry with gluten-free ingredients, how to select and use pans for smaller yields, and which utensils facilitate small-scale recipes make cooking for two simple. Each recipe includes full nutrition information.
About the Author
CAROL FENSTER is the author of ten gluten-free cookbooks including 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes and the award-winning 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes. She is the former associate food editor at Living Without magazine, and her work has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Gluten-Free Living, and elsewhere. She lives in Denver, Colorado.
Praise For Gluten-Free Cooking for Two: 125 Favorites…
“Carol has served up another winning cookbook filled with delicious gluten-free recipes that are sure to be a hit with everyone!”—Shelley Case, RD, Author of Gluten Free: The Definitive Resource Guide
“Gluten-Free Cooking for Two is a the perfect resource for anyone who is living the gluten-free lifestyle and is tired of making meals that serve four or more when there are only one or two people in your household. The recipes are easy to make and they'll leave you satisfied and eager to try more!”—Amie Valpone, best-selling author of Eating Clean: The 21-Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body and founder of TheHealthyApple.com
“Once again, Carol Fenster has changed the way we cook gluten free. Until now, gluten-free recipes usually fed four to six. Thanks to Carol, we now have meals and desserts that are perfect for two—from small pies to mini Bundt cakes; from chicken and dumplings to lasagna. I can’t wait to use this in my own kitchen! It’s so sensible and smart and long overdue.”—Beth Hillson, Author of Gluten-Free Makeovers and Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free, and Food Editor, Gluten Free & More