Baker’s Dozen Holiday Quick Breads
Hi, my name is Starlene Stewart and I have created a baker’s dozen worth of recipes for the holiday season. There are typically a lot of social events during this time of the year and food is always one of the main stars. If you need to be gluten-free or grain-free you may find yourself scanning the selection to find there isn’t much for you to choose from.
So… what’s a person to do?
Next time you’re invited to a potluck or get together take control of the situation and bring your own baked goodies to share!
The host will think you’re cool and no one even needs to know your loaf of bread or muffins are “special”. I have tested all these loaves myself personally, as well as shared with my Premier Taste Testers (my esteemed coworkers) and received lots of compliments and praise.
The recipes inside Holiday Quick Breads were created specifically with the holiday season in mind.
Every recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, uses only coconut flour (no other gluten-free flours, no potato starch, no gums), and honey is the sweetener. Some of the recipes do call for optional chocolate chips which usually contain sugar so if that’s an issue, there are sugar-free chocolate chips available on the market today, or just leave them out. You’ll be the star of the party when you bring one of these loaves!
OH, and don’t forget you can easily make these into muffins! You’ll just decrease the baking time to 20-30 minutes.
Recipes You’ll Find Inside
- Apricot Ginger Walnut
- Cherry Chocolate Chip Bundt
- Chocolate Cranberry
- Cranberry Orange Walnut
- Cranberry Applesauce
- Fruits and Nuts
- Fruits and Nuts II
- Herb Medley
- Nutty Caramel Apple
- Peppermint Chocolate
- Pumpkin Maple Pecan with Streusel Topping
- Spiced Pear Anise Cranberry
- BONUS! Stuffing or Dressing Recipe using Herb Medley Loaf
It’s that time of the year when everyone’s baking special loaves of bread… am I right?
The smell of a freshly baked loaf of bread. It brings up images of love and comfort. Winter and hot chocolate.
But for you it’s kind of frustrating. You have to stay gluten-free or grain-free. It’s not fun on two counts. First of all, having to avoid those special loaves of bread is a special kind of first-world torture. It’s especially bad during the holidays. Secondly, if you decide to indulge you may “pay” for it later. I won’t go into specifics, but if you’re gluten-free, then you know what can happen. If you have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease, you could actually damage your body by giving in.
A few years ago I was here. Tempted. Walking past those delicious smelling breads with my mouth-watering. But then I took action.
I mastered coconut flour and started baking bread. Loaf after loaf. I was bringing in bread every week for my co-workers, none of them with a need to be gluten-free but they were more than happy to sample my creations. And ask for more. Every recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, honey-sweetened and GAPS Legal (with modifications when necessary).
Even though Volume 2 was Pumpkin Treats, I still had one more pumpkin loaf to make and this one was stunning.
Pumpkin Maple Pecan with Streusel Topping
And although so many people literally hate Fruitcake, I know there are a few fans, I call this one Nuts and Fruits. The really great thing is while it is similar to Fruitcake, you’re probably going to like it a lot more since it’s made with real food ingredients. One of my coworkers’ mother actually use to make Fruitcake and she reported that it is not exactly Fruitcake, but close enough to be a good substitute. So, you might even like this “Fruitcake”!
Peppermint Chocolate anyone? Can you get any better than a delicious chocolate bread infused with cool peppermint?
Maybe you’re a fan of the popular Cranberry Orange Walnut?
Or maybe Nutty Apple Caramel Loaf will be your favorite? This one has a delicious gooey topping that will satisfy your sweet tooth with just one piece.
This one is definitely a favorite! Herb Medley is a “wheat” bread substitute and is really great for sandwiches. Specifically leftover turkey and cranberry sauce sandwiches! YUM!!
That’s just a few. With your purchase of Holiday Quick Breads you’ll be set with popular holiday breads and you won’t have to stand by and just watch while everyone else enjoys.
Here’s the best part… YOU can bring these loaves, enjoy a slice and share with everyone else. Everyone will love any of these loaves, and won’t even know they are gluten-free.
Just think of the holidays coming up, and all the food events taking place. How many will you join in? You know there will be so many invitations to potlucks, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, tailgate parties, family gatherings, work parties, school parties.
Be kind to yourself. Don’t just hope there’ll be something yummy for you… take the flour into your hands, make a loaf and bring it with you to share!
Review from A Happy CustomerGreat instructions!
Wonderful pictures–and lovely finished results. You NEED this book, even if you don’t have to be gluten-free. 🙂
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No, the products on this site are digital. So, you’ll receive an e-mail with a download link shortly after you complete your purchase.
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- Credit cards
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Do your coconut flour recipes use eggs?
Yes. Coconut flour really needs the binding quality of eggs to hold the product together. I have tried using “flax eggs” but only for a couple of recipes.