Baking You Happy (Paperback)

Gluten-Free Recipes from Sweet Freedom Bakery

By Allison Lubert, Rachel McGinn (Photographer)

Peter Pauper Press, Inc, 9781441315717, 128pp.

Publication Date: July 27, 2014

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Food allergies and sensitivities are becoming ever-more mainstream. As people become increasingly aware of how diet impacts their health and well-being, there is a growing need for cookbooks that address their concerns. "Baking You Happy: Gluten-Free Recipes from Sweet Freedom Bakery" contains over 50 recipes for delicious desserts and breakfast treats that are not only gluten-free, but also are 100% vegan (without animal products), and free of soy, peanuts, corn, refined sugars, and artificial ingredients. Since opening in 2010, Philadelphia's "Sweet Freedom Bakery" has been dishing out its delicious cupcakes, donuts, cookies, muffins, and more to thousands of dedicated fans. They have just recently expanded with a new location in Collingswood, New Jersey. As their online bakery business continued to grow and grow, it became clear to them that people outside of Philly and New Jersey wanted access to their treats too And so they decided to share their secrets This cookbook contains easy-to-follow recipes, each with a full-color photograph, and helpful tips on ingredients and resources. Now everyone can bake happy at home
  • Trade paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Rights: World
  • Full-color photographs throughout
  • 8" wide x 10" high



About the Author

Allison Lubert studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and created her private nutritional counseling practice, Apple-A-Day Counseling. While she was completing her education and beginning her nutritional counseling practice, she spent hours in the kitchen experimenting and developing recipes that would accommodate her own allergies to wheat and dairy. In 2010, she opened her first retail bakery Sweet Freedom Bakery, and has since appeared on Food Network and The Cooking Channel. She lives with her husband, Jonathan, and their three children in the Philadelphia suburbs.