100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes
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100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes Giveaway

100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes

100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes

October is Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and we’ve decided that the best way to celebrate all the delicious ways to eat gluten free is to partner with Carol Fenster to bring you another amazing giveaway!

As many of you already know, Carol is a huge advocate for healthy gluten free baking at home and author of several amazing cookbooks. We’re delighted to be giving away three copies of Carol’s brand new book, 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes. This book uses beautiful photography to highlight the top requested recipes from her earlier impressive encyclopedia of gluten free cooking, 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes.

If you’re looking for a great way to get started cooking and baking gluten free, 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes is a comprehensive yet condensed guide to label reading, shopping guidelines, and cooking advice. One of the great things about Carol’s new book is how it seamlessly blends classics and trendy recipes alike with handy icons that denote quick, vegetarian, and kids’ favorites.

Just to make this gluten free giveaway a little more fabulous, we will also add in a gift pack of some of Carol’s favorite gluten free products. Many of Carol’s recipes call for a special blend of Sorghum Flour and other gluten free ingredients that you can make ahead of time and store for use up to three months. You’ll be ready to dive right into making everything from Chicken Noodle Soup with Dumplings to Devil’s Food Layer Cake with Fudge Frosting if you’re one of our lucky winners.

Each of the three winners will receive a package containing the autographed book, and one package each of Sorghum Flour, Potato Starch, and Tapioca Flour, so they will be ready to get started using Carol’s special sorghum blend for baking.

Gluten Free Sorghum Flour

Gluten Free Sorghum Flour

How to enter:

Please read this carefully or you may not be counted in the giveaway. You must complete number one to be entered, but you have more chances to win by completing the additional entry tasks.

1. To be entered you must do this: Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us what your favorite gluten free Bob’s Red Mill Product is. This must be done at www.bobsredmill.com/blog.

Additional Entries:

1 Entry: Visit Carol Fenster’s site, Savory Palate, and locate Carol’s Culinary Cues and sign up for her newsletter. Then, report back to the blog and tell us that you subscribed.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Carol Fenster on Facebook. Then, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook. Then, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

If you have already done any of these things for any of our previous giveaways, simply post about each in a separate comment here to be counted as an individual entry.

1 Entry: As a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook, post a message on our wall and tell us why you want to win.

1 Entry: Follow us on Twitter (@bobs_red_mill). Then report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: If you have a blog or website, post about this contest and link back to our blog. Then report back to our blog and tell us that you did.

Again, since so many of you are already friends of ours on Facebook or following us on Twitter, just leave a comment that you’re already doing this and we’ll still count it as an entry.

Don’t forget to return to the blog to tell us what you did to earn extra entries. The contest ends on 11/01/10 at midnight. Winners will be announced on 11/05/10.

100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes

100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes


Annette says:

Bob’s has so many items to choose from: I love their GF Oats and and I am a big fan of Carol[‘s mix, so I frequently buy the sorghum flour, potato starch and tapioca starch.

I adapted an apricot bar cookie using Bob’s GF oats, Carol’s blend, xanthum gum as the base, then you add a layer of apricot jam and then top it with the remainder of the dough recipe and bake. Yum!! It tastes almost like a whole wheat based cookie, but is entirely GF.

Rachel says:

I love your gluten-free rolled oats because they brought oatmeal cookies and apple crisp back into my celiac husband’s life. We are very grateful for that. Thanks Bob!

Suzette says:

I just love all the great, GF flours to choose from so that I can explore recipes on my own. So many options, so little time! Of course, the baking mix is so versatile, but I am all about exploring… thanks for opening a world of options!

Corrie Krueger says:

I am a huge fan of the potato flour, potato starches, actually most of the flours or starches! It’s great to know that I can relax & not worry about the quality!

dawn says:

I think the rules to enter your sweepstakes are ridiculous. I understand you are using it as a way to promote your social media, but come on.

Linda Tyree says:

There are so many favorites to choose from. I believe presently my favorites are the GF Pancake Mix and and Rolled Oats. I have used the pancake mix for many more things other than pancakes and waffels and my non GF family and friends can never tell the difference unless I tell them. I have been GF for 6 years now and love Bob’s products.

Madison Hasson says:

Almond meal is probably my favorite under the GF section.
I like many others enjoy them all, but the first I tried was the Wonderful bread up until that point I had been eating brown rice bread that was frozen at the store or styrofoam bread at$5 a loaf… GF Homemade WONDERFUL bread!

Arlene Dallmann says:

I have not tried any other the gluten free products yet, but it is on my list. I cannot have gluten, so this would be an awesome thing to win!

Arlene Dallmann says:

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