My first ever Sunday Times best selling gluten-free recipe book, ‘How To Make Anything Gluten-free’ is now available to buy online and in book stores across the world!
‘How To Make Anything Gluten-free’ is a gluten-free recipe book with one mission: to reunite gluten-free people with all the food they miss. This book is packed full of everything from fakeaways, epic comfort food, classic cakes/bakes, mind-blowing desserts, ‘muggle-level’ fresh bread, ALL the pastry and tons more.
What you need to know about ‘How To Make Anything Gluten-free’
I wrote this entire book during lockdown when gluten-free flour was rarer than gold dust so I’m sure you can all appreciate the struggle that went into this ? Here’s the vital statistics:
- It contains 100+ recipes for ALL the things gluten-free people always miss out on ? Everything from real deal jam doughnuts, Chinese takeaway faves, epic comfort food, ‘muggle-level’ fresh bread, ALL the pastry, mind-blowing cakes/bakes/desserts and TONS more.
- The entire book is Coeliac-friendly and wheat-free but nobody would ever know any of it is gluten-free, I promise!
- 90% of the book is also dairy-free, lactose-free/low-lactose and low FODMAP, or instructs you how to adapt a recipe if it isn’t already ? There’s actually a boatload of vegan-friendly options too!
- It’s currently £14.99 on Amazon which works out at 14p per recipe. Hopefully you’ll get years of use and joy out of it too!
- It was released on the 18th of February 2021 in the UK and became a Sunday Times best seller in its first week.
Where to buy ‘How To Make Anything Gluten-free’
Fortunately you’ve got a wide range of choice where to pick up a copy of ‘How To Make Anything Gluten-free’! So here’s a few online retailers that you can buy it from straight away:
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost? How do I get it for the cheapest price?
The official RRP is £20, but as I’m sure you know when purchasing any book, the price can vary from retailer to retailer. Currently, the price is £13.63 on Amazon which is the cheapest price you’ll find online at the time of writing.
Are these brand new recipes? Or is this a gluten-free recipe book of all your old recipes on the blog?
You might be surprised to hear that out of over 100+ recipes, 100 of them are brand new, 10 are vastly improved blog favourites and the rest are untouched classics from the blog. I really wanted HTMAGF to deliver as much value as possible to you guys so expect A LOT of new and exciting recipes!
Why should I buy your gluten-free recipe book?
First of all, this hardback recipe book is crammed full of 100+ recipes that show you how to recreate the food we CAN’T ordinarily eat on a gluten-free diet. So no, it’s not full of soups, salads and 100% fruit-based desserts! You’ll learn how to make:
- Fresh pasta
- *Real* bread that muggles will eat!
- Five different types of pastry
- Authentic Chinese takeaway favourites (thanks Mark!)
- PROPER pork pies
- Portugese custard tarts
- Danish pastries
- Mind-blowing desserts
- Loads of cakes/bakes that nobody would know are gluten-free
- And TONS more (because this list is already getting too long!)
Plus, the book (inside and out) is visually STUNNING. It would make a great gift, or just generally look beautiful wherever you place it! I’m so, so proud of it.
Will the book have dairy-free recipes in it?
Yes – tons actually! Throughout the book, I’ve clearly labelled whenever a recipe is dairy-free. Whenever a recipe isn’t dairy-free, I’ve listed exactly how to make it dairy-free (if possible) for each recipe. This took *a lot* of work and recipe testing, but it’s always worth it for you lovely people! 90% of the recipes in the book are either dairy-free, or can be adapted to be dairy-free using a few simple swaps.
Will the book have vegan/veggie recipes in it?
Yes! I’ve clearly labelled whenever a recipe is suitable for vegetarians or vegans. If it isn’t veggie/vegan to start with, I’ve also included instructions on how to adapt it, if possible. We’ve been eating a lot more meat-free meals at home, so tons of the savoury recipes (especially) are a doddle to adapt using plant-based alternatives.
Will the book have low FODMAP recipes in it? What about lactose-free?
Yes! Whilst not all recipes are suitable for the elimination phase, I’ve clearly labelled the ones which are. You might also (hopefully) be a little mind-blown to find out that I haven’t used ANY onion or garlic throughout the entire recipe book. But shh… nobody would even notice! Oh and also, all recipes are all clearly indicated if they’re lactose-free, low in lactose, or how to adapt them, if they aren’t already.
And a massive thank you to everyone who made this book possible!
There is no way that some random girl who bakes gluten-free cakes in Essex would ever get an opportunity like this without the support of a lot of amazing humans (yes, that’s you!)
So here’s the soppy bit: thank you everyone who follows me, visits the blog, tries a recipe, sends me photos of the result (good or bad) and anyone who has generally supported me over the last 7 years of my blogging journey. It’s an absolute fact that this wouldn’t have happened without all of you behind me.
So thank you multiplied by a billion! I’d also like to thank the AMAZING team at Quadrille who believed in me and my idea enough to actually publish it. Honestly, this book looks absolutely beautiful throughout and it’s only thanks to their magic and expertise!