Are you on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) and missing your lazy Sunday morning waffles? Now you can recreate those breakfast treats once more. There’s no reason to give up on familiar weekend routines with a change in diet due to food allergies or autoimmune conditions.
My kids love waffles but my youngest son has an egg allergy, and though they don’t follow the AIP, frozen store-bought waffles were not an option and I found it difficult to find gluten-free, grain-free, and egg-free waffle recipes that the whole family could enjoy. So I bought myself a waffle maker, got down to experimenting and I am happy to share the results in the form of my first e-book!
The Little Cookbook of Gluten-free Waffles is a 60+ page e-book featuring more than 20 AIP recipes for gluten-free waffles and savoury or sweet dishes. Now you can dust off the old waffle maker and enjoy waffles again. There’s not only waffle recipes, but other meals that can also be made with a waffle maker, plus helpful tips on successful waffle making.
All the recipes are free of:
- Grains and Pseudo-grains
- Nuts and seeds (including seed-based spices)
Grab a copy and get wafflin’!
Is this a print book?
The Little Cookbook of Gluten-free Waffles is an e-book, or electronic book, in digital format. It is available in PDF format.
How will I receive the e-book once I purchase it?
Once you click on the link above, a window will pop up whereby you can complete your transaction. You will receive a link via email to download your purchased copy.
Do I need a special reader to view the e-book?
You will need the free software Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the e-book as it is in PDF format. Once downloaded you can read it on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Do I need access to the internet in order to read the e-book?
Access to the Internet is only required to download the e-book for the first time. Once the e-book has been downloaded you do not require internet access to view it.
What gluten-free flours/ starches are required to make the recipes?
The following flours/ starches are used in the recipes: arrowroot starch, cassava flour, coconut flour, plantain flour, tapioca starch, tiger nut flour.
I cannot tolerate coconut. Are there recipes that do not require coconut flour?
Yes, a portion of the recipes do not require coconut flour as an ingredient, although some recipes may call for coconut oil.
Are your recipes sugar-free?
The recipes are refined sugar-free and the only sweeteners used are blackstrap molasses, coconut sugar, honey, and maple syrup. In certain recipes, fruits like dates are also used as sweeteners.
Are there any vegetarian/ vegan recipes?
Yes, as a matter of fact, about half of the recipes featured can be made vegetarian/ vegan.
Is there a refund policy?
Due to the digital nature of the cookbook, it is non-refundable.