Gluten-Free - Making do with what you got!
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookie - Gluten Free
Super Healthy Granola (Updated)
Chocolate Condensed Milk Cake
Cheery Cherry Marbled Valentine Brownies - Gluten-Free
Hot Cocoa Microwave Cake (Gluten Free Option)
Carob Muffins – gluten-free option
Lighter Sugar Cookies - Gluten-Free
Lemon Cheese Cake Bars - using a gluten-free cake mix
Unconventional Sweet Potato Muffins - GF
Banana Oatmeal Flax Breakfast Skillet Cake
No Crust Eggplant Portabella
Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies
Frozen Pink Protein Fluff
Simple Gluten-Free Corn Muffins
Microwave Apple Granola Crisp
Raw Chocolate Balls
Chocolate Flour-less Condensed Milk Cake
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookie - Gluten FreeFor Thanksgiving dinner, I needed to do cookies for my niece's two daughters. Kiara will eat anything sweet, while Areonna is a bit picky. After figuring out what Areonna did not like, came up with a modified version of one of my previous cookies; Gluten Free Oatmeal cookie with a minor twist- Turbinado Sugar.
Super Healthy Granola (Updated)Store shelves stock all kinds of granola. Some loaded with sugar and ‘fillers’, some with good nutrients, but with lots of sugar and fats. About 10 years ago, I discovered a granola recipe in a junk mail flyer that I decided to try. It contained less sugar than most that I had seen. After numerous tweakings, I have reduced the sugar content and added more nutrition to it. This has been my only granola cereal for about ten years. Supposedly, brown rice syrup has a lower carb load than honey, so I am testing it in several recipes. This granola does not contain added oil or large amounts of sugar; It is perfect as cereal, yogurt or ice cream topping or a quick snack.
Chocolate Condensed Milk CakeI was looking for a cake to use some cans of condensed milk left over from Holiday baking. I wanted to make my first gluten free chocolate pound (bundt) cake. Well I found several , but the one on Eagle Brand came closest to what I wanted.
Cheery Cherry Marbled Valentine Brownies - Gluten-FreeIn celebration of National Cream Cheese Brownie Day (Feb 10th) and Valentine’s Day, I whipped up some brownies and cookies fit for the King and Queen!
Hot Cocoa Microwave Cake (Gluten Free Option)I bought some ‘premium quality’ hot cocoa that has sugar, so I do not drink it as much as I do with the sugar-free kind. So, hmm, I thought, let’s try making a cake with it…
Carob Muffins – gluten-free optionThese are a nice change from chocolate. After they are frosted, there is a close similarity in taste to chocolate . I have to remind my self to make something with carob. This week I created a carob cupcake - enjoy
Lighter Sugar Cookies - Gluten-FreeOn National Sugar Cookie Day 2011, I was reading a nutrition article on Web MD. There was a link on the page for a regular lighter sugar cookie. That gave me the idea to make this one. My gluten free flour mix has more whole grains than the average mix. KAF has a mix that could also be used.
Lemon Cheese Cake Bars - using a gluten-free cake mixA request for a gluten-free cheese cake reminded me of a recipe I have made numerous times before having to go gluten-free. This is a modified version of the original
Unconventional Sweet Potato Muffins - GFThese muffins came about because I had shredded sweet potatoes and did not want to cook them all in a dish. I like the method for zucchini and carot muffins, thus unconventional sweet potato muffins
Banana Oatmeal Flax Breakfast Skillet CakeI remember making a pancake with oatmeal and banana back in the mid 90’s but don’t have the recipe anymore. So I am ‘winging it based on what I have and know works for me.
Chocolate Chip Coconut CookiesA chocolate chip cookie converted to gluten-free - with some good stuff added
Simple Gluten-Free Corn MuffinsMy corn muffin converted to gluten-free. A really good gluten free corn muffin
Raw Chocolate BallsI love easy treats that do not have a lot of calories and are healthy. When it contains chocolate, it is even better!
Chocolate Flour-less Condensed Milk CakeThis is a cake that uses the leftovers from making almond milk. I wanted to find a use for the ground almonds after making almond milk, so decided to try to use as I would use almond meal....
Thank you for your interest in LeeBakes's cookbook and for helping support the BakeSpace community of independent cookbook authors!
Here’s some quick information regarding how our cookbook platform works, along with a few tips for making the most of cookbooks you add to your library.
What is the Cookbook Café Platform?Cookbook Café is our one-of-a-kind cookbook publisher, marketplace and reader. It empowers everyone to create, market and distribute a cookbook as both a web-based eBook and an iPad app. It also makes it incredibly easy for home cooks to discover and use amazing grassroots cookbooks they won't find anywhere else. Since 2012, we've published thousands of cookbooks authored by home chefs, nonprofit organizations, clubs, brands, etc. Our goal is to democratize cookbook publishing and make it easy to build an online library of amazing grassroots cookbooks.
How do I "download" a cookbook?You don't need to "download" cookbooks or deal with any files. All of the cookbooks you select (free and paid) using Cookbook Café become available to you automatically on any device (computer, tablet or smartphone) whenever you’re logged-in to your free BakeSpace account.
When you see a cookbook you like, simply click the green "Get it Now" button. If you're not logged in to BakeSpace, you'll be asked to login (or join) so the cookbook can be added to your cookbook library. Once in your library, you can access the cookbook anytime, anywhere via BakeSpace.com, as well as our Cookbook Café iPad app.
While you're checking out cookbooks, also take some time to visit other parts of the delicious BakeSpace.com community where you can swap recipes and connect with others who share your passion for food and the culinary lifestyle.
Get ready to enjoy a uniquely smart and social cookbook experience!Once a cookbook is added to your BakeSpace library, our proprietary recipe indexing technology makes it easy for you to find any specific recipe across all of your cookbooks… so there's no need to remember which cookbook contains that perfect recipe. In addition, you can connect directly with each cookbook author, leave comments/reviews and even ask questions about recipe substitutions, history, etc.
Need more info/help or want to provide some feedback?We're happy to help! Send us an email to [email protected]
I’d love to make my own cookbook - how do I do that?
It's easy and free... visit our Make Your Own Cookbook section to get started.
Help get the word out about this cookbook! Grab the cookbook widget and paste it on your own website or blog.
Embed this code on your site
This cookbook will attempt to show how easy it is to modify, create or convert recipes. The proceeds go to support a celiac support organization that provides much needed help to those newly diagnosed.
Tried and True Gluten-free recipes from my kitchen to yours. Being retired has given me lots of time to recreate my old 'wheat' recipes and create new ones to gluten-free and blog about it at http://retiredwithnoregrets.blogspot.com/