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How to Plan Anything Gluten-Free: A Meal Planner and Food Diary, with Recipes and Trusted Tips (Paperback)
Are you avoiding gluten, but still craving all the things you can no longer eat? Perhaps you're continuing to experience symptoms of discomfort? Or simply had your world turned upside down?
How to Plan Anything Gluten Free is the perfect tool to help you take back control, whether you've recently embarked on your gluten-free journey or are years into it. By meal planning for just 10 minutes every week, this book will instantly bring back the thing that a gluten-free diet takes from us all: convenience.
Packed with 30 brand new, customizable, quick-and-easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and sweet treats, and meal plans tried and tested by Becky, this is the ideal companion for tracking your gluten-free journey. With 6 months of meal planning pages for you to customize and fill out, you can create your own dream gluten-free menu every week. Plus, by taking just 30 seconds a day to complete the food diary sections, this handbook can help you to track down the culprit and uncover any potential food intolerances or sensitivities.
With shopping and prep advice to make mealtimes as simple and safe as possible, hacks and tips on dining out, as well as how to navigate holidays and parties, How to Plan Anything Gluten Free will be your go-to survival guide and a constant companion on your gluten-free journey.
Features: • Wipe-clean cover • Opens flat for easy note-taking • Ribbon to mark your place
About the Author
Becky Excell is a best-selling author and full-time gluten-free food writer with a following of over 400,000 on her social media channels and over 1 million monthly views on her award-winning blog. She's been eating gluten-free for over 10 years and has written recipes for numerous online publications, as well as doing cooking demos at events including the Cake and Bake Show and The BBC Good Food Show. She gave up a career working in PR and marketing to focus on food full-time with an aim to develop recipes which reunite her and her followers with the foods they can no longer eat. Her first two best-selling cookbooks, How to Make Anything Gluten Free and How to Bake Anything Gluten Free were published by Quadrille in 2021. She lives in Essex, UK.