We know many of these coeliacs who have become authors, enthusiasts, bloggers through their own journey and we recommend them highly. There is everything you need here for your journey, whether you are just starting off as a coeliac, you have a gluten intolerance or if you are interested to learn different baking and cooking ways to make your life better. We hope you enjoy this comprehensive list as much as we have.
- HASSLE FREE, GLUTEN FREE: OVER 100 DELICIOUS, GLUTEN-FREE FAMILY RECIPES
by Jane Devonshire
- GLUTEN IS MY BITCH By April Peveteaux
- FINN'S WORLD by Finn Ní Fhaoláin
- GLUTEN-FREE & EASY by Sara Lewis
- THE FODMAP FRIENDLY KITCHEN by Emma Hatcher
- THE GLUTEN-FREE COOKBOOK FOR KIDS by Adriana Rabinovich
- THE ULTIMATE GLUTEN FREE, DAIRY FREE COLLECTION : OVER 200 DELICIOUS, FREE FROM RECIPES FOR EVERY OCCASION by Grace Cheetham
- MY KIDS CAN'T EAT THAT: HOW TO DEAL WITH ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES IN CHILDREN by Christine Bailey
- HOW TO BE GLUTEN-FREE AND KEEP YOUR FRIENDS by Anna Barnett
- RIVER COTTAGE GLUTEN FREE by Naomi Klein
- ESSENTIAL GLUTEN FREE by Phil Vickery
- NOSH GLUTEN-FREE: A NO-FUSS, EVERYDAY GLUTEN-FREE COOKBOOK FROM THE NOSH FAMILY
- THE GLUTEN FREE COOKBOOK FOR FAMILIES: HEALTHY RECIPES IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS by Pamela Ellgen
- MINDFUL CHEF by Myles Hopper & Giles Humphries
- DECADENT GLUTEN-FREE VEGAN BAKING by Cara Reed
- EASY EVERYDAY GLUTEN-FREE COOKING by Donna Washburn
- SERIOUSLY GOOD! GLUTEN-FREE COOKING FOR KIDS : SERIOUSLY GOOD! GLUTEN-FREE COOKING FOR KIDS by Phil Vickery
by Jane Devonshire
Jane won the MasterChef 2016 with her culinary flair. In her debut cookbook, Jane Devonshire presents 100 delicious recipes guaranteed to make you feel good, and wow family and friends. This beautiful book is published in association with Coeliac UK, celebrating their 50th anniversary.
'I hope that first and foremost this book is a series of delicious recipes that you can use for everyday cooking; be it for a special occasion or a simple family supper. It's the things I cook and the little twists that I add that make my life easier and hopefully tastier; it just happens to be gluten free.'
In chapters such as nibbles and small dishes or dinner and food for guests, Jane offers recipes from soups and dips to casseroles, arancini and delicious salads. Desserts include Chinese-style caramelized pineapple and a much-loved classic of steamed sponge pudding, while Jane also includes a chapter on baking (notoriously tricky for those on a gluten-free diet), from brownies to muffins and everything in between.
By April Peveteaux
Such a great title and surely one of the funniest books. It`s been reviewed as "hilarious", "no sugar-coating of coeliac disease" and "as much a therapy session as a cookbook". Living gluten-free is not a whole lot of fun, but at least April has managed to make it funny. Gluten Is My Bitch is a brutally honest, entertaining look at what living a g-free life entails. Gluten free folks need this truth telling just like pregnant ladies needed The Girlfriend's Guide to Pregnancy! As an antidote to the tragic news that, no, you will never eat regular donuts again, April provides 60 gluten-free comfort food recipes that will make even the most frustrated gluten-intolerant smile with relief.
By Finn Ní Fhaoláin
Do What You Love. Love What You Eat
Finn Ní Fhaoláin’s food journey began when she was diagnosed as a coeliac and became determined to recreate all her favourite dishes - this time without gluten. That difficult road led to a beautiful destination, where Finn has created food that’s not only nutritious, but tastes amazing too! Hailing from the west coast, by the age of 10 Finn had already sailed past a glacier in Alaska, stayed in a convent in the south of France and watched cobras dancing in India. She has a BSc in Earth and Ocean Science and an MSc in Marine Biology, and has completed a professional cookery course at the Lough Gill School of Culinary Arts. She lives, surfs and cooks in Bundoran on Ireland’s northwest coast.
by Sara Lewis
A modern gluten-free diet is a simple way to get back to feeling fit and healthy. In these pages you'll find delicious, approachable and easy recipes packed with vibrant flavours that you will be happy to share with friends and family. Your guests won't even realize that they are eating gluten-free! You or your child, partner, relative or friend may have been advised by a doctor to go gluten-free.
At first, this may seem a huge challenge, but gluten-free eating needn't mean missing out on the treats that others take for granted. Cakes, breads, pastries and puddings are all within reach. Gluten-free ingredients are now readily available from your local supermarket or health food shop (or online) and can be transformed into fab suppers to share with friends and family, from pasta dishes, pizzas and pancakes to light, moreish cakes and deliciously crumbly pies and tarts. If you have just been diagnosed with coeliac disease, what you can buy and what you can cook may seem a little bewildering - you will need to avoid wheat, barley, rye, and any products containing them.
If you have been diagnosed for a while you may feel as though you always cook the same dishes, week in week out. In this book you will find inspirational new recipes to eat alongside your old favourites, along with many tips and variations to create a wide-ranging gluten-free repertoire.
by Emma Hatcher
Chosen by the Telegraph and the Evening Standard as one of the best healthy eating books of 2017 FODMAPs are a collection of molecules found in foods, that can cause issues for some people. A low-FODMAP lifestyle is the only diet recommended by the NHS to treat IBS and its associated symptoms. Emma Hatcher, creator of the blog She Can't Eat What?!, brings you 100 beautiful, healthy and delicious low FODMAP recipes. Emma Hatcher has suffered from a sensitive gut for as long as she can remember. After years of horrible symptoms and endless frustration trying different diets and cutting out various foods, her GP recommended the Low FODMAP Diet. FODMAP changed Emma's life and she has never looked back since. Emma's book, based on her hugely popular food and lifestyle blog She Can't Eat What?! will take the frustration out of living with IBS, Crohn's disease, coeliac's disease, food intolerances and many other digestive disorders. It is for anyone who suffers from bloating, tummy pains, digestive issues or feelings of heaviness and discomfort, and for anyone who wants to feel healthy and happy after eating. Backed by the official FODMAP Friendly team and with more than 100 quick, easy and modern recipes, diet information and personal stories for those that have run out of answers and feel 'they can't eat anything', Emma shows you how to create delicious meals and look after your gut in today's stress-filled, modern lifestyle.
By Adriana Rabinovich
Having to follow a gluten-free diet can be a daunting prospect for children and young adults - they feel isolated at a time when their friends are enjoying everything from bread, pizza and pasta, to crisps, cakes and biscuits. Yet with supermarkets now stocking many gluten-free ingredients, you can make versatile, healthy and enticing gluten-free meals that will appeal to all the family. Based on recipes created for the author's own daughter, The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids includes: Over 100 recipes from crispy chicken nuggets and quick pizza to birthday cupcakes and peanut butter cookies; Top Ten kids' favourite dishes; A list of store cupboard essentials; Creative ideas for special treats, healthy snacks and lunchboxes; Top tips for eating out, travelling and school trips.
The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids will solve many of your mealtime dilemmas and help your child to learn what they can and can't eat. An essential guide for any gluten-free family.
The Ultimate Gluten Free, Dairy Free Collection : Over 200 delicious, free from recipes for every occasion
By Grace Cheetham
Whether you're following a gluten-free or dairy-free diet, then this is the only book you will ever need to eat well and feel great! With over 200 recipes for everything from breakfasts and light lunches to weeknight dinners and show-stopping mains, plus delicious desserts and a whole section on gluten free baking, this book is the perfect guide to free from cookery. Start your day with Buckwheat and Blueberry Pancakes or Muesli with Summer Fruit Compote, and discover dinnertime recipes that the whole family will enjoy, such as like Chicken Sesame Nuggets, Courgette and Sage Spaghetti Carbonara, or the best gluten free, dairy free lasagne. For special occasions, there are dinner-party dishes such as Beef Wellington, and to finish, why not try a classic Sticky Toffee Pudding? From celebration cakes to cookies, sourdough loaves to salads, these are tried-and-tested recipes from one of the most respected names in gluten free cookery. Grace Cheetham has spent the last 10 years educating readers on the best way to cook without allergens. This collection is the ultimate celebration of her best-loved recipes.
By Christine Bailey
Having a child diagnosed with a food allergy, sensitivity or intolerance can be a daunting prospect. How did it happen? What can they eat? What will make the symptoms worse? And can anything make it better?
Award-winning functional nutritionist Christine Bailey has been pioneering allergy-free cooking for years. As a mother of three children with autoimmune conditions, Christine understands the effect food reactions can have on all aspects of you and your child's day-to-day life. This friendly, no-nonsense guide is everything you'll need to take a functional, holistic approach to food allergies or intolerances in your child. In simple language, Christine helps you make sense of the diagnosis, explaining the difference between food allergies, intolerances and sensitivities. Learn where the 14 major allergens occur - the obvious and hidden triggers - and ensure your child maintains a healthy diet with all the nutrients they need.
And of course, 60 delicious, family-friendly allergen-free recipes prove that you and your child can still eat well. With simple, practical advice on eating out, travel, shopping and more, plus sympathetic advice on how to deal with schools, babysitters and other parents, this is the book that parents have been waiting for.
by Anna Barnett
Supermarkets now stock gluten-free options, everyone - from restaurants to your gran - has at least heard of the term, and most importantly, you've never felt better. So why is it still so tricky to navigate life as a gluten-free diner? From going out for dinner, to staying in with friends, it can be a challenge to cook, eat and socialise in a world of gluten eaters.
How to be Gluten-Free and Keep Your Friends helps you to go about your life without compromises, excuses or apologies. Instead, you'll be armed with 50 fresh, exciting and globally-inspired gluten-free recipes you can cook for yourself, your friends and your family (without hearing any complaints!), as well as tips, tricks and hacks for being a better more easy going gluten-avoider.
Your options will open up, you'll enjoy a whole new menu of food, and your friends... well, they'll never have a bad word to say again!
by Naomi Devlin
Gluten is found in an extraordinary number of foods, yet it can be problematic for so many of us. Whether you need to cut gluten out of your diet or you're cooking for friends and family with gluten intolerance, River Cottage Gluten Free will provide the tools you need to gain inspiration and navigate mealtimes. Nutrition expert Naomi Devlin gives clear advice for gluten-free eating - including detailed guidance on alternative flours, methods of fermentation and delicious baking ideas.
She offers 120 ingenious recipes for breakfasts, bread, pastry, soups, salads, snacks, main meals and puddings, including Prosciutto and egg muffins, Blinis with crème fraîche and smoked salmon, Leek and bacon quiche, Courgette hummus, Blackberry bakewell tart, Luscious lemon cake and Chocolate fondants.
With an introduction by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and helpful tips from Naomi throughout, this definitive gluten-free cookbook will add fresh vitality to your cooking and eating, and a host of recipes to make you feel great.
by Phil Vickery
Since Phil Vickery published his first gluten-free book in 2009, the number of people opting to go gluten-free has risen dramatically - 13% of the UK population now say they avoid gluten; in Finland the number of coeliacs has more than doubled in 20 years and in Italy it has doubled since 2007. A notoriously restrictive diet, it can seem the end of exciting food, but Phil uses his Michelin-starred cooking talents and simple, honest ingredients to create dishes that everyone in the family can eat - including the pizza, bread, pasta, cakes and biscuits that you thought you would never enjoy again. The 175 delicious recipes take their inspiration from cuisines around the world and range from Lasagnette with Asparagus and Tomatoes to Easy Pad Thai Noodles and American-style Pancakes with Pears and Almonds.
Say goodbye to boring GF meals. Enjoy hassle-free, everyday recipes. Make meals friends & family will also love. Be inspired by mouth-watering photos with every recipe. Joy, the author of bestselling NOSH for Students, started writing this book for GF friends and people who had requested GF recipes. Interestingly, during the process of writing this book, Joy herself discovered she was intolerant to gluten. Join Joy on her journey into the world of gluten-free living. If you like this book, you will be interested in our 'NOSH Quick and Easy' book which has 75 recipes which are either GF or have a GF option.
by Pamela Ellgen
Cooking for a family with varying dietary restrictions can be a challenge―especially if one of the restrictions is gluten, which is in many of our favorite foods. It's easy to find yourself cooking one thing for your gluten-free eater and another for everyone else. And it's even easier to find yourself giving in to those expensive, processed foods in the gluten-free aisle of your grocery store.
Pamela Ellgen is all too familiar with this story. As a wife and the mother of two boys, one of whom eats a gluten-free diet, she knows first-hand the stress that comes with cooking for multiple diets. As a food blogger, certified personal trainer, and author of the bestselling Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook, she knows that for every dietary restriction there's the perfect dietary solution.
In The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families Pamela shares her family-friendly, gluten-free solutions with you! Enjoy the simple, healthy, budget-friendly recipes in this gluten-free cookbook that meet your gluten-free eater's dietary needs while meeting everyone's craving for scrumptious home cooking.
No time? No worries! The recipes in this gluten-free cookbook can be made in 30 minutes or less.
From breakfast, lunch, and dinner to sides, sauces, and snacks―you'll never be without options with 150 tasty gluten-free recipes to choose from.
Where there's one dietary restriction there's likely more. This gluten-free cookbook provides multiple substitutions for avoiding the Big 8 allergens.
Nearly all recipes can be made with your basic kitchen appliances using everyday ingredients.
Special recipes that require ingredients that are more expensive than others, but worth it for special occasions, are clearly labeled "Splurge-Worthy."
"A veteran of the gluten-free diet, Pamela takes the mystery out of gluten-free cooking and infuses it with flavor."--Alice Bast, CEO of Beyond Celiac
The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families is your essential resource for serving quick, healthy, affordable, gluten-free meals that offer the variety and flavors your family will love.
by Myles Hopper & Giles Humphries
30 minute meals. Gluten free. No refined carbs. Maximum of 10 ingredients. Healthy eating has never been easier. 'We don't believe in meticulous calorie counting or following strict diets. We simply like good, wholesome food that benefits you and your body.' Myles Hopper and Giles Humphries, a nutritional coach and health food duo from Devon are the founders of Mindful Chef, the UK's favourite healthy recipe box service. Each week they deliver delicious ingredients and recipes to thousands of households, including sporting stars Victoria Pendleton and Andy Murray. Here, in their first book, Myles and Giles share 70 delightful and easy-to-make dishes that are nutritionally proven to boost your health and wellness. - Each meal can be made in 30 minutes and has a maximum of 10 ingredients. - All recipes are gluten-free and contain no refined carbs or sugars. - From breakfast through to dinner - with some guilt-free snacks in between.
by Cara Reed
Baking delicious, one-of-a-kind desserts is one thing, but when those desserts put the exclamation point on healthy by being gluten-free and vegan, now that's something everybody can enjoy. In this book, Cara Reed shares over 100 easy gluten-free vegan recipes, using tasty substitutions such as almond milk, soy butter, coconut oil and nut-based cream, so your treats can be the star of the show in any setting.
by Donna Washburn
Category: Cooking for Dietary Requirements
Tasty and innovative meal ideas cover everything from baked goods, pasta dishes, appetizers and family meals to mouth-watering desserts. This book also shows how to take advantage of the ever-widening variety of gluten-free flours that are now available at your local grocer.
by Phil Vickery
The symptoms of coeliac disease in children typically appear three to five months after first consuming gluten-containing foods. Symptoms may include poor appetite, irritability, vomiting and diarrhoea. If left untreated, coeliac disease can lead to malnutrition, osteoporosis and, particularly worrying in children, stunted growth and development. It is therefore important to introduce a gluten-free diet to your child as soon as they're diagnosed. Phil Vickery has developed 70 scrumptious dishes suitable for children of all ages - from babies to toddlers to school-age kids. Baby recipes include Potato Moussaka and Pink Poached Salmon, while toddlers will smile when fed Minty Peas with Lamb or Lemon Chicken, Sweetcorn and Tarragon. One of the hardest parts of cooking for children on a gluten-free diet can be the pressure to prepare a healthy lunch that is 'just like everyone else's'. Send your kids off to school with Phil's Quesadilla, Berry Smoothie or Chocolatey Peanut Butter Crispy Rice Treat and they'll be the envy of all their friends.