WIN-It-Wednesday: “The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread” Cookbook by Laurie Sadowski

If you are looking for recipes for gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free breads look no further… “The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread” cookbook is here!

Laurie Sadowski, a food enthusiast with celiac disease (who is also a vegan) wrote this cookbook to share her collection of  delicious and tasty bread recipes available for those with celiac disease, dairy allergies, egg allergies, and also a vegan-life style, ADHD and autism.

What I like the most about this cookbook is the variety of bread recipes that are offered. They range from the sweet (Banana-Nut Monkey Bread or Baked Peach Fritters with Lemon Glaze, anyone?), to the savory (the Sun-Dried Tomato Focaccia with Shallots & Herbs will be tried the next time I make a big Italian pasta supper), and the comforting & basic (Chocolate Chip Banana Bread, Cinnamon-Swirled Sweet Potato Bread and the Olive Oil Biscuits with Roasted Garlic , Rosemary & Hempseed are all delicious!).

I especially like this cookbook because the recipes do not require the use of a bread-maker… which means the recipes can be enjoyed by everyone – no special equipment required.

And for those of you looking to increase your protein and fiber intake or put a healthy spin to your gluten-free and allergen-free bread there are a variety of recipes in this cookbook that include quinoa, flaxseed, sorghum, millet and buckwheat.

This “The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread” Cookbook by Laurie Sadowski is the perfect answer to those that mistakenly believe that they can no longer “eat bread” after being diagnosed with celiac disease and other food allergies.

All of the delicious recipes and tons of useful info regarding gluten-free and allergen-free bread baking (like Dairy free substitutions for milk and butter; nutritional content and calorie comparison of gluten-free flours; and tips and techniques baking gluten, egg and dairy free) are the reasons I am so excited that “The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread” Cookbook is the sponsor of BeFreeForMe’s WIN-It-Wednesday contest for the next two weeks.

One (1) winners will be randomly selected to win a copy of the cookbook  from the entries received before Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 11:59 PM EST, and one (1) more winner will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, January 4 and Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 11:59PM. SO – make sure you enter two times to win!

How can you win?

Reply to this blog and let us know your favorite way to enjoy gluten and allergen free bread  (Me? I have a tie! I love gluten-free focaccia dipped into a good quality herbed olive oil OR  hot Banana Bread smothered with melted butter… LOVE!)

Good luck, remember the best thing since sliced bread is gluten and allergen free bread  … and as always.
Be Free!

Note: Want to order this cookbook? Check out this link on The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free

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55 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: “The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread” Cookbook by Laurie Sadowski”

  1. Meghan Says:

    I like a good cinnamon raisin bread toasted up nice and hot!

  2. Rachael Says:

    I love my bread with a little bit EVOO and garlic, that’s if its dinner time. In the morning definitely jelly!!!!

  3. Kim Nagell Says:

    I am always trying new recipes in search of the perfect sandwich bread that I can make in my bread machine, so I love to use the denser gluten free breads that I try to dip in olive oil with a little salt and pepper.

  4. Chris Boehnlein Says:

    I am still attempting to find a good homemade GF bread. I have been failing miserably so a new cookbook might help. So far my favorite store bought in Canyon bread and Food For Life seed english muffins.

  5. Karen Says:

    Grilled cheese made with Daiya Italian blend cheese since I am also dairy free!

  6. julie Says:

    I am new to gf eating, so I haven’t mastered or found my favorite bread yet! But I am aiming for a good grilled cheese sandwich

  7. Fatcat Says:

    My favorite gluten free bread is from the Great Harvest Bread Company, but I don’t live close to it and the bread is 7 dollars a loaf. My second favorite but I don’t know if this counts, is Pamela’s cornbread. My son and I like to make corn dogs with it.

  8. Christina Says:

    I love a peanut butter sandwich made with toasted banana bread. Also nice crusty bread with a bowl of soup- yum.

  9. Anna Lee Says:

    I love banana bread with chocolate chips and a cold glass of almond milk! Biscuits and jam are another favorite as well.


    both my daughter and i have celiacs disease and this cookbook would help us alot

  11. Shawna Says:

    I like scones – loaded with fruit like currants and cranberries.

  12. Samantha Little Says:

    My boyfriend has celiacs disease and we love to use the bread to make sandwiches and mini pizza bites! We would love to win a cookbook recipe to expand any try new recipes.

  13. Venessa Says:

    I love almond butter and honey on my gluten free bread. Yum!! 🙂

  14. Debi Says:

    Hmm. so many choices: I think my favorite would be a grilled cheese with tomato soup, second would be a gooey cinnamon roll.

  15. cindy w. Says:

    Banana bread with a little butter.

  16. Danielle Bateman Says:

    I love delicious pumpkin bread with chocolate chips!!! YUM!

  17. cb Says:

    I finally found a store-bought gluten free bread that is so good I just toast and put butter on it. It has seeds in it and tastes better than any of the dozen or so that I have tried.

  18. patricia Says:

    cinnamon raisin bread is really hard to beat. This book sounds really good.

  19. jennifer schiefelbein Says:

    A while back I was out of my regular gf bread and only had gf raisen bread and really wanted a grilled cheese sandwich, so I used the raisen bread and now I love grilled cheese on raisen bread.

  20. Karen Says:

    I like a nice crisp crust and soft interior that begs to be dipped in olive oil…..

  21. Lisa Says:

    Gluten free toast with butter and peanut butter!

  22. Eileen Sanders Says:

    I like raisin bread toasted with a little oleo.

  23. Natalie Says:

    Gluten free bread toasted with almond butter, banana and honey. Yummm

  24. Melanie Buschkoetter, RD, CDE Says:

    I think fresh cooked bread right out of the oven or bread maker is great anyway!! My husband and kids can demolish almost a whole loaf in one sitting if there is fresh baked bread!

  25. Chris Says:

    I like my bread made into muffins hot out of the oven.

  26. Erin Lane Says:

    I love my new bread machine — a wedding gift!

  27. katheryn Says:

    Banana bread and other quick breads are fairly easy, Im still on a quest for french bread to serve with spaghetti.

  28. Vicki Says:

    Mmmm . . . cornbread, grilled cheese & tomato soup, cranberry muffins, banana nut bread, bread sticks w/garlic butter . . . I miss bread!!!

  29. KD Says:

    Spread some love in the form of Sunbutter on warm out-of-the-oven rolls, add a bit of chutney. Mmmmmmm delish!

  30. Carol Asher Says:

    My husband has been the bread maker for 11 years for me and our support group and the past few years for our daughter and grandson who was diagnosed at age 5. We love to provide quality and variety for our family, and to share with our support group members who are always looking for something new. I review all new books at our Marshfield, WI public library and bring to meetings for all to share and for members to see if it is a book they want to order for themselves. Some authors and distributors have sent us books to share and review.
    There are so many more products to purchase locally and over internet now, but there is nothing like a fresh home made loaf of bread!

  31. Sue Edwards Says:

    I love grilled cheese and tomato soup. Yummo!

  32. Deanna Says:

    Craving a sandwich, anything in it…just to have a great sandwich.

  33. cindy w. Says:

    Peanut butter on toasted cinnamon and raisin Udi’s bread.

  34. Rita Whirls Says:

    love trying new recipes, and this is a set of recipes I need.

  35. andy depeano Says:

    i love banana bread with a little bit of butter on it, yummy!!! in fact i like almost any kind of bread

  36. patricia Says:

    I just love any kind of bread and I love trying new bread recipes. I would love to have this book. Thanks.

  37. julie Says:

    So far I like my bread toasted with blueberry jam on top

  38. Terry Says:

    since its cheaper to make my own GF bread this would be fun to have lots of new types to try

  39. katheryn Says:

    Gluten free and dairy free and Delicious , that’s what I’m hoping for….

  40. Erin Lane Says:

    I like bread as toast for breakfast!

  41. faith m. Says:

    raisin bread

  42. Vanessa Says:

    I am very new to living gluten free.I just use Bob’s Red Mill Rice Flour to make bread for me.I do not use xanthan gum I use pectin or unflavored gelatine for the binder.This may seem unorthodox but it works well for me.This cook book would let me choose other options that would greatly open up my world to eating better. Thank you.

  43. Venessa Says:

    2nd entry 🙂

  44. Maria Says:

    I’m really interested in a good Italian bread recipe that’s easy, and possibly a breadstick recipe too, I really miss getting stuff at the Italian bakery, I grew up in Northern NJ. Pick me!!!!!!!

  45. Sonia O. Says:

    Hello….well after suffering, not being able to digest any glute…I had to forsake my ever-loved Nutella sandwich. But with all the new bread out there…I am able to enjoy this Italian childhood treat! Now…I am looking for different ways to make my own bread…gluten -free!!

  46. cb Says:

    Often put cheese on bread or toast. Most things taste better with cheese.

  47. Donna Says:

    We would love a new sandwich bun recipe! After being GF for 11 years we are in a rut! We love to make muffins and pancakes on the weekends.

  48. Linda Williams Says:

    My favorite bread is GF muffins using as much whole grain as possible. I take them in my lunch as a snack or with yogurt for breakfast. Now I need some GF, DF, Egg free recipes for my daughter & granddaughter.

  49. Marcie Says:

    My favorite bread is Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free bread mix which is available in white or multi-grain. It is soft and has the same great texture as the bread made from a frozen bread dough purchased at the grocery store made from wheat flour.

  50. MaryJane Crabille Says:

    After 20yrs. of trying different Gluten Free Breads, I finally found good old Homemade Amish GlutenFree Bread at Rise & Roll in Middlebury, IN. Get it right out of the oven & cut off a hot slice & cover it with Butter or Homemade Applebutter. Of course it’s great anyway you want it.

  51. leanne Says:

    my favorite bred is the cinamon raisins bred. its so delicious. thank you

  52. Chris Says:

    I just love trying all kinds of bread. Fresh hot Banana bread just out of the oven with butter. Yum! My family and I eat a lot of soup, and I would love some great bread to go along with it!

  53. Chris Says:

    I would love to be able to make my own bread and know that I am not limited to buying only once in awhile because packaged versions and/or already made options are so very expensive! I think our family would enjoy having this cookbook.

  54. Laura Says:

    I love banana bread with peanut butter!

  55. Phyllis Says:

    A grilled cheese sandwhich is my comfort food.

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