Gluten and Allergy Free Recipe Books Worth Considering As a coeliac sufferer or consumer who must pay attention to other potential allergens in your food, it can be punishing enough to have to put up with the high cost of allergy-free foods. This is why more and more people with coeliac disease and other allergies are arming themselves with the knowledge to cook for themselves using cheaper ingredients. Here you’ll find some great books, each of which act as a handy source of the kind of knowledge that can not only save you money but also increase the flavour and variety of your allergy-free cooking recipes exponentially. 1. Ms Cupcake: The Naughtiest Vegan Cakes in Town Kindle Edition The preconception that a vegan diet is bland or automatically non-nutritious is as vapid as it is its very claims are, but Ms Cupcake (real name Mellissa Morgan) has set out to lay waste to such claims with her collection of unbearably flavourful cupcake recipes. Vegan is the primary audience for this book, as is that of dairy-free individuals, but simple substitutions can also make each of the recipes here gluten-free as well. You can find this book at Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/book/ms-cupcake/mellissa-morgan/9780224095587. 2. Rawsome Vegan Baking: An Un-cookbook for Raw, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Beautiful and Sinfully Sweet Cookies, Cakes, Bars & Cupcakes - Kindle Edition These days you don’t need a physical copy of a book to have it in your possession, and this “Rawsome Vegan Baking” masterpiece is no exception. Looking at some of the recipes in this book, you’d never guess that they were gluten-free, dairy-free, and raw vegan in their making, but author Emily von Euw manages to pull it off. Highlights include Peppermint Chocolate Molten Lava Cakes, Donuts with Frosting & Fruit Sprinkes, and a personal favourite: S’mores Cupcakes. 3. Honeybuns Gluten-free Baking Kindle Edition At just £10.49, Honeybuns is a fantastic gluten-free baking book that will appeal to those who want more flavour in their gluten-free lives. Its focus is primarily cakes and other such teatime treats. If you’re into Lemon Drizzle Cake, Peach and Raspberry Roulade, and Chocolate Lime Pie, there’s no way you’ll ever regret dropping just over £10 on this wonderful book, complete with mouth-watering pictures and comprehensive explanation of baking methods and ingredients. 4. The Gluten-free Baker: Delicious baked treats for the gluten intolerant - Kindle Edition Another Kindle release focusing solely on the gluten-free baking sphere (as opposed to raw vegan and the like), The Gluten-Free Baker covers everything from your standard brownies, cookies, and cakes to more exotic recipes, such as the wonderfully-textured Sunshine Cornbread, Buttermilk Scones, and even a Blueberry Millefeuille. It’s somewhat of a bargain at £11.04 from Waterstones. 5. Good Food: Gluten-free recipes (Good Food 101) - Kindle Edition You can’t go wrong with BBC’s Good Food division, and this Gluten-Free Recipes collection has the potential to up your gluten-free game to soaring heights. Each recipe is said to have been “triple-tested” by experts, but whatever this means, you can be sure that everything from the cakes to the bread and the scones to the main courses are going to be full of flavour and guaranteed gluten-free. 6. Cake Angels Text Only: Amazing gluten, wheat and dairy free cakes Kindle Edition This e-book is a text-only edition of Julia Thomas’ recipes coming from her award-winning bakery. You can expect expertly-crafted recipes with the kind of texture and flavours you’d never expect from gluten-free food items. It’s more than just a compendium of recipes however: the author explains at length various methods of baking, ingredient substitutions, as well as easy-to-follow recipes that are relatively quick and easy to produce. A bargain at only £4.49. 7. Delia's Cakes Kindle Edition Delia’s books scarcely need a long-winded introduction, so suffice it to say that this is the kindle edition of Delia’s Cakes, a title whose first edition was published way back in 1977. Needless to say each recipe in this book has stood the test of time, and what’s more, over 90% of the recipes contained within have been tested as gluten free! It’s a little more expensive than most (£12.99), but it’s well worth the extra money for the level of experience and the sheer weight carried by the Delia name. 8. 200 Gluten-Free Recipes: Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook Kindle Edition At just under half the price of the paperback edition, the kindle edition of Hamlyn Cookbooks’ 200 Gluten-Free recipes is packed with tasty ideas from cakes to breads and beyond. One of the most impressive recipes here is one of the simplest: the Victoria Sponge is nothing short of heavenly.