The BEST Gluten Free Desserts {without any special ingredients!} – special eBook offer


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I’m absolutely thrilled to be sharing my first eBook with you today! Just in time for Christmas, this is a collection of our favorite Gluten Free Dessert Recipes without ANY special ingredients. I’ve got your dessert needs covered for any occasion. From sweet snacking and cookie munching to an elegant (and EASY TO MAKE) dessert, it’s all here with these 8 recipes.

Gluten Free Desserts - that don't require special ingredients! get the eBook at

I’ve had quite a few requests for eBooks, recipes that are always available on your phone and tablet without requiring access to the internet, and I’m so excited to finally have this eBook ready for you. These dessert recipes are my go-to recipes anytime we’re hosting someone who avoids gluten, whether it’s a diagnosed allergy or an aversion. These desserts will satisfy both the gluten-free and the gluten-filled. I promise!

There are even a couple classics in the book that you may not have realized were naturally gluten-free treats. There is a photo for every recipe and the layout is easy to read on any device. For a limited time, and just in time to meet your holiday needs, you can download your copy of 8 Gluten-Free Desserts (that require no special ingredients!) for just $3.99! (regular price $4.99)

MY QUESTION FOR YOU – What kind of recipes would you like to see in the next eBook?

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Mary Younkin

Mary Younkin

Hi, I’m Mary. I’m the author, cook, photographer, and travel lover behind the scenes here at Barefeet In The Kitchen. I'm also the author of three cookbooks dedicated to making cooking from scratch as simple as possible.

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  1. Sue says

    I loved your recipe for Sea Salt Pecan Toffee! My husband & I raised 7 Children with many years that were scraping bottom to give them Christmas we thought they should have. I was very involved with music at our church and tried to make each years focus on Jesus. We began a tradition of sponsoring a family through Salvation Army. We tried to get a family with as many or more kids than our family. Each child had to decide what to get for the child closest to their age. I gave them $ based on how much they helped with their assigned chores. My kids loved going shopping so they really got into giving to the families. One year that really sticks out is one that was really a challenge to provide but when we did get the gifts and box of food for their Christmas dinner including cookies we baked. That year we were able to take it to their house. The Mom and some younger kids were home at the time. My older kids helped us carry things up to their door, they were very careful not to let the kids see the gifts. We were planning on leaving it but the Mom saw us and came to the door. She started crying out of gratitude. She had a toddler in her arms and kept saying thank you over & over. My children have grown passed on the gift of generosity to their children as a year round need not only Christmas time. Christmas isn’t about what we get but what joy we give to others. We are always able to give joy that Jesus calls us to give in some way!