Honeybuns Gluten-free Baking (Hardback)

Emma Goss-Custard

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Gluten-free bakes can be every bit as delicious as traditional treats. With a little know-how from Honeybuns, you can enjoy gorgeous cakes, muffins, brownies, flapjacks, biscuits and puddings that contain no wheat or gluten. You'll find all your favourite teatime bakes, from Lemon drizzle cake and A very chocolatey cake to Baked apple muffins and Heathcliff brownies. There are lots of puddings too, including Baked lemon cheesecake, Chocolate and raspberry tartlets, Peach and raspberry roulade and Chocolate lime pie. Packed with practical tips and with a guide to ingredients, this book gives you all the inspiration and advice you need to make your baking gluten-free and gorgeous!


Product Details

  • Product code: AGJPX
  • ISBN: 9781862059474
  • Publisher: Anova Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Dimensions: 22.5cm x 22.0cm
  • Pages: 176
  • Publish date: 12/07/2012

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Good value -

Excellent book with some nice twists on usual baked goods. Homely feel with some nice colour photos. Great ideas for gluten-intolerant people. Good value when purchased from the Book People

sewitall , 27/10/2012

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"Great book" -

I originally bought this for my mum as a present, but after reading through it first was very impressed with the scrummy choice of recipes. I don't think there was one that I didn't like the look of, so now ordering another copy for my mum and keeping this myself, great little book quality wise and excellent price from the Book People.

Sharon , 18/08/2012

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"The best gluten-free baking book!" -

I waited eagerly for this book to become available and was delighted to find it on the Book People first.Having received the book only a week ago, I've already tried 2 recipes; Snowy Hills (ginger almond and polenta shortbread with a lemony topping) and date and orange flapjack (gf oats of course). Both turned out beautifully and taste delicious.A large proportion of the recipes use ingredients which are naturally gluten free, such as polenta (cornmeal) and ground almonds in addition to things you may not have used before like linseed (available in most supermarkets) and sorghum flour (which you can replace with Doves farm rice flour if you can't find/don't like it). The book has a resource list directing readers to online shops where the more unusual ingredients can be purchased.Ingredients are sometimes expensive - the author mentions the price of nuts in the book - but the results are very high quality and appeal to coeliacs and non coeliacs alike.

Julie , 21/06/2012

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