Win-It-Wednesday: “Gluten-Free Cooking for Two” Cookbook by Carol Fenster

GF Cooking for TwoIt’s cookbook giveaway time again! And this time it is sponsored by one of my favorite gluten-free cookbook authors, Carol Fenster!

Carol’s new gluten-free cookbook is genius. Living in a two-person household, Carol decided that enough was enough when it came to “over-making” recipes by preparing enough to feed a small army. So she wrote Gluten-Free Cooking for Two, a collection of 125 recipes, that are absolutely perfect for two.

Being in a household of two myself I love this cookbook. It is perfect for empty-nesters, newlyweds or even singles. Besides being convenient, this cookbook has allowed me to actually save money (and we all know I love to save!) since it allows me to cook only the portions that I need, and as a result reduce the amount of food I throw away. Why? Because having mega amount of leftovers is so overrated and wasteful most of the time! Let’s face it… the concept of eating that super-sized gluten-free casserole as leftovers for the whole week never, ever really happens!

Gluten-Free Cooking for Two focuses on those dishes that require real kitchen finesse to downsize. It may be easy to grill up two chicken breasts or steaming veggies for two, but as Carol says, sometimes “… it’s not always as simple as dividing a 4-serving recipe in half.” That’s where this cookbook comes into play!

Some of the recipes I loved in the cookbook are the Chicken Pot Pies with Rustic Biscuit Crust, Coconut-Curry Salmon, Chia Breakfast Pudding, Chicken Tikka Masala, Minestrone Soup and the Lemon Bars. All are delicious, easy to make and perfect for two! And as a bonus, Carol also includes the recipe for her signature Gluten-Free Flour Blend, plus tips for “small batch” grocery shopping & prepping.

And lucky for all of you, Carol Fenster and her team are providing us with TWO copies of the “Gluten-Free Cooking for Two” cookbook for two lucky winners of this contest!

One (1) winner will be randomly selected to win a cookbook from the entries received before Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST, and one (1) more winner will be randomly selected to win a cookbook from the entries received between Wednesday, April 12 2017 and Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 11:59PM. SO – make sure you enter two times to win!

How can you win?


Reply to this blog and tell us your all-time favorite go-to recipe!

Good luck, happy cooking, and as always …

Be Free!

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28 Responses to “Win-It-Wednesday: “Gluten-Free Cooking for Two” Cookbook by Carol Fenster”

  1. Erika Chilton Says:

    My favorite all-time go-to recipe is Gluten-Free Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry. <3

  2. Matilda Says:

    Soups are always a favorite!

  3. Linda Williams Says:

    I love a White Vegetable Lazagna, uses Alfredo sauce and an ever changing filling of chopped veggies and cheeses.

  4. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    My favorite is chicken stir fry.

  5. Jrnahidi Says:

    My all-time favourite go-to recipe is instant noodles with whatever vegetables and seafood/meat is in the home. It’s filling, delicious and nutritious!

  6. Lisa Says:

    One of my favorite go-to recipe is a gluten free Pizza Hut type pizza recipe!

  7. Forress Says:

    My favorite go-to recipe is taco’s.

  8. Susan M Says:

    My go to recipe is for a Spinach Quiche, with gluten free crust of course. Anytime we have a pot luck at work, they request my Spinach Quiche.

  9. elaine skalozub Says:

    My go to recipe is my famous french onion soup. I use to add regular flour to thicken it, but now being gluten free, I adjusted the recipe and now add almond flour. I was amazed that my soup is actually even better. The almond brings out the caramelised flavor of the onions, it is delicious!

  10. Cindy W. Says:

    Skillet macaroni and cheese with tomatoes.

  11. Larc Says:

    Love gluten free dutch babies, which I got from one of Carol Fenster’s books! She is awesome!

  12. Eileen Says:

    This sounds amazing since there are only 2 of us in my household who are GF

  13. Rita Whirls Says:

    my go to recipe is chicken alfredo

  14. Christina Says:

    Taco casserole! Layers of whatever beans, corn, meat, canned tomatoes and cheese combination I have in my fridge between corn tortillas and bake until bubbly and cheese melts.

  15. Chere Housefield Says:

    My favorite go to recipe is baked salmon with a wine caper sauce, lemon rice and steamed broccoli. Fast, easy and yummy.

  16. Erika Chilton Says:

    My favorite all-time go-to recipe is Gluten-Free Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry.

  17. Sue Says:

    Chicken and Rice! I know, boring! Maybe this book will help as I am almost an empty-nester!!!

  18. Matilda Says:

    Thank you for doing this contest!

  19. pat Says:

    I have a favorite scone recipe that I dearly love. Always make them to have with me when we travel.

  20. Susan M Says:

    My other go to recipe is my mother’s Lasagna recipe, with gluten free noodles of course.

  21. Chere Housefield Says:

    Before Celiac Disease, my favorite go to recipe was my aunt’s Southern Roll-out Chicken and Dumplings. 12 years in and I have yet to find an acceptable gluten free substitute.

  22. Todd Says:

    My go to fave recipe is my cheesy potatoes, so easy, 1 stick butter-melted, tub sour cream, onion and garlic to taste, can progresso cream of mushroom soup, 2 cups shredded cheese, 1 bag hash browns, mix well pour into pan, top with pepperoni or crushed cups, cook for 1 hour at 375, I make for every family gathering!

  23. Cindy W. Says:

    Quiche with a brown rice crust.

  24. Rachelle Howard Says:

    Stir fry 🙂

  25. KIM SMITH Says:

    I love the tuna casserole

  26. Roxanne Poorker Says:

    I like all the shrimp!

  27. April Powers Says:

    I don’t have a fave recipe yet, just found out last week we had to become gluten free (hubby was diagnosed with Celiac) Would love to win this so we can get some awesome recipes for our new diet!

  28. Linda Roman Says:

    Recently I was diagnosed with celiac disease and I was very surprised my life changed overnight, it was difficult for me to my 47 years have something similar the most difficult to have been the food that I had to start buying without work And without money it is difficult to buy these foods that are excessively expensive is my first time in this blog and without any experience I am leaving this comment.

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