Gluten Free Storecupboard
is a collection of 20+ recipes made from basic ingredients being sold to support the charity Coeliac UK. From cakes and cookies to meal ideas and bread, this book features old favourites from The Gluten Free Blogger
as well as plenty of brand new, as-yet-unseen recipes.
In buying this eBook, you’ll not only be getting a whole host of kitchen inspiration, but you’ll also be helping this amazing charity support the gluten free community. For every copy sold, £5 will be donated directly to Coeliac UK
This eBook contains a collection of both sweet and savoury gluten free recipes, including:
- Easy gluten free naan breads
- Flourless peanut butter cookies
- Slow cooker chicken noodle soup
- No-yeast gluten free cheesy bread rolls
- School dinner sponge
- Fiery ginger biscuits
And much more! There’s also some helpful tips on shopping for gluten free ingredients and notes on products to double-check for gluten.
Coeliac UK has been helping people with coeliac disease and other gluten-related conditions for more than 50 years – and now more than ever it needs our support.
With the coronavirus pandemic, the charity’s sources of income are under threat, with as much as half of its income lost. At the same time, enquiries to Coeliac UK are up 500%.
It costs £500 to run the Coeliac UK helpline for a day, costing on average £33.40 for each enquiry the charity receives. With no government funding, every single penny will help, and the £5 from every copy of this eBook sold will help Coeliac UK continue their vital services.
So please stay home, stay safe, get baking and help raise as much money as possible for this incredible charity.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Sarah Howells is a UK gluten free blogger with coeliac disease. She creates recipes at theglutenfreeblogger.com
and can be found @GFBlogger on social media.ABOUT THE CHARITY:Coeliac UK
is a charity registered in England & Wales (1048167) & in Scotland (SC039804) & a company limited by guarantee in England & Wales (3068044) helping people with coeliac disease and other gluten-related illnesses.
It has around 65,000 members and provides trustworthy advice, support and funding for critical research into coeliac disease. Find out more at coeliac.org.uk.